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We stayed at this hotel for 5 nights while our daughter attended a conference here. The rooms were quite nice, and we found the staff very pleasant and helpful. It is located quite a way from downtown Montreal, but the Metro is close by, and...More
Response from Hotel-Universel-Mtl, Responsable de la réception at Hotel Universel Montreal
Dear Richard W,
We are glad to hear that your stay went well. We look forward to welcome you and your family in a future stay in Montreal.
Not a lot of choices around St. Leonard but this one was the best and only 10 minutes from our family. Easy to get to, staff was friendly and helpful, parking is free. The rooms had fridges and were about average size. Bath layout was...More
We stayed at the hotel for two nights during Easter weekend - The hotel was nice and well located, as we were visiting the Espaces pour la vie all weekend. However, there was an event at the same time, which made our experience much less...More
For the price you are paying, the hotel is actually pretty decent. We chose this hotel because it was close the the places we wanted to see for our four year old daughter as well as for my in laws. It was close to the...More
Might be an overstatement - I read the reviews and the + outweighed the -
We found that not to be so - BIG screw-up with our Rez (not the hotels fault, that is the only thing keeping this review at Average instead of POOR)...More
$108 - $246 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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