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We had been staying in Montreal the week before in a very nice B&B, and then we were back for a night but with no reservation anywere....
So after calling 20 B&B in our budget (90 CAD) that were all full, we rang the B&B...More
This B&B came highly recommended. After a thorough search on the web, we were taken by its good website.... I have been using B&B all over Canada for twenty years, and I'm always pleased. My mistake here was booking 4 months early for three days....More
Louis rents out the two upstairs bedrooms. We stayed in the one called the "Vanilla Spice" room. We don't know why it is called that.
The place is 99% complete except for some electrical installations. The place is very modern and not a traditonal B&B....More
A first class B&B. B&B on the Park is very well run by Nocile who is the owner. Spotless clean and each room is really well finished out and each time you come it is like you are an old friend. THE FOOD well she...More
Canada > Quebec > Montreal > Olympic Park & Hochelaga-Maisonneuve (HoMa)
Olympic Park & Hochelaga-Maisonneuve (HoMa)
Named for the Olympic Stadium complexes built for the 1976 games, the Olympic Park and the surrounding neighborhood of Hochelaga-Maisonneuve (HoMa) make up an invigorated area dedicated to "Space for Life." Around the Olympic Village's arenas and stadiums, Rue Sherbrooke welcomes exploration of its sculpture gardens decorated in the works of Jean-Paul Riopelle and its museum culture headed by the historical
Château Dufresne. Maisonneuve Park offers interactive experiences at its bio-dome, insectarium, planetarium, and botanical gardens. For a change of scene, the gentrified space along Rue Ontario Est is packed with the city's newest, edgiest cafes, where an imaginative, youthful crowd sips foamy cappuccinos. A visit here is incomplete without stepping into the vast halls of the Maisonneuve Market, with flower stalls, wine depots, and local produce.