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Hotel Champ-de-Mars

330 reviews
Breakfast included
#146 of 169 Hotels in Montreal
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756 Berri Vieux-Montreal, Montreal, Quebec H2Y 3E6 Canada
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Looking for a place to stay in Montreal? Then look no further than Hotel Champ-de-Mars, a hotel that brings the best of Montreal to your doorstep. Guests have access to a 24 hour front desk while staying at Hotel Champ-de-Mars. In addition, Hotel Champ-de-Mars offers a lounge, which will help make your Montreal trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is paid public parking available nearby. For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Montreal, Hotel Champ-de-Mars is located a short distance from Chinatown (0.4 mi) and Old Port of Montreal (0.8 mi). If you like Asian restaurants, Hotel Champ-de-Mars is conveniently located near Restaurant Ganadara, Jatoba, and Kyo Bar Japonais. If you are interested in exploring Montreal, check out one of the monuments and statues, such as La Tendresse by Paul Lancz, Place d'Youville, and Boer War Memorial. We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Champ-de-Mars as you experience everything Montreal has to offer.
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Paid public parking nearby
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Non-smoking hotel
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Mid-range
Centrally Located
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English, French, Spanish, German and 1 more
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My first clue was the condom behind the bed while searching for a wall outlet that didn't have a missing faceplate and didn't allow you to look into the wall. The notice on the room door said $500 fine if we took a bath in the bathtub or clogged the toilet! I had to lug a 50 lb suitcase up six five-step flights of stairs with no offer of help. The huge TV on the wall didn't work so I went downstairs to inquire (the hotel phone does not have a connection to the front desk; you have to actually call the hotel from your room) and was told I would be moved the next day to a room with a TV that worked. The next day I was packed up and then was told that there were no TV rooms at all, just the lobby. I froze that first night and slept with a hoodie and socks. The next night I was overheated. The thermostat did not work. I was awakened at 2:30 am by people running up or down the stairs. In the restaurant, after I ate dinner the second night, I asked if there was a pop machine. They said they could sell me a can there in the restaurant. While paying my dinner bill, I discovered the can of diet coke was $4. So I said to remove it and I would get my pop somewhere else. They reduced the price to $2 but neglected to take this into account when they plunked a 20+% tip on the bill. For a plate of spaghetti, half salad, glass of white wine and pickle I paid $45 and 8 dollars was tip, no options. They charged me $5 for a pickle! There is no fridge or microwave in the room so I kept some necessary cold items in their bar fridge which I was required to access before 10:30 at night if I wanted anything. When I finally decided to switch hotels, it took calling the owners to find where my bag of groceries ended up. The tub dripped all the time, there is no plug for the sink and my so called larger room, was verging on minuscule. DON'T STAY HERE. The folks are friendly but I think this is the biggest rip-off place I have ever stayed in. In comparison, some of the crappy motels I've had to stay in are better than this.
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I came to Montreal for a with my husband and Elderly Mother for her 84th birthday. I made the mistake of trusting the front desk clerk on advice of my aged mother being able to access the room. she said it was a few stairs to the room. we started climbing and realized it was 2 flights of stairs. we stayed the night because it was late and we were already there. in the morning I went immediately down to cancel the 2nd night because I knew my mother could not climb those stairs again. They refused to cancel the room and refund my money. Told me to email their corporate office who also refused to refund my money. I can't believe they would not refund money as we left due to physical limitations and property not being handicapped accessible. what a bad customer service policy. Don't stay at this place. Very disappointing trip to Montreal.
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Whew! A lot of complaints registered here, but I have to wonder if maybe it is a bit of cultural misunderstanding both ways. This is a simple hotel with the basic necessities...bed, bath, closet and maybe a desk and tv. Not fancy but ours was clean and safe. (again the major construction is all over Montreal)We arrived 3 hours later than supposed to (cell phone problems) due to the construction. The door is closed at 10 pm and locked...patrons have key, but the lady waited for us until 11 pm thank God just as our taxi driver who led us to the hotel ..again 2 hours of wandering due to construction and bad signage..... I told her my husband had had a stroke and she said she would put us on the first floor ( second floor to Americans who may not know so there are steps and no elevator.....) for the night and move us in the am which they did while we were touring. Later we found out her 20 minute drive home had turned into 1.5 hours due to the traffic and by God she was back at her post at 8 am the next morning. She told my husband to park around the corner in the parking garage and we could walk everywhere.....and this was true. Most walking tours will begin in the vicinity of Notre Dame....10 minute , safe walk. Our package included breakfast from a menu......we did not pay for extra coffee and our breakfast was enough to keep us going... We usually were back from touring at 8pm and the restaurant always had people eating dinner...other travelers I am sure....not an attraction to locals....but they seemed attentive. This hotel is a 10 minute safe walk to Notre Dame ( most tours, especially walking and bus) will start there. I will say when we checked out, the man said "I hope you left a tip for the maid"...I found this rather pushy but was later told and I believe this that a lot of cultures/tourists claim they do not know the "tipping etiquette" in Canada and the USA to avoid tipping the room maid who did nothing wrong. I would say this is sort of bare bones in the room....but we are gone 12-15 hours a day (70 years old) and don't want to spend money on a hotel for $300 a night when we are not there. Again, mind the fact there are no elevators and first floor means "second" in a French auberge......the parking was $18 for 24 hours paid by you. Hope this helps
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The stay in this hotel was a nightmare from the really beginning.Prices for the services various from the client-they told us 2 dollars for service by breakfast,but then we got the receipt for 20 dollars as service fee!The room was very small,windows very dirty,and air condionaiar so strengh (regulation was not possible),that we had to sleep with the cap-even the heating did not help.Borrowed iron was dirty and distroyed our cloths.Fee fo the lugagge storage for few hours-6 dollars for each.Never again.
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Our group of 6 were looking for a breakfast on our way to Vieux Montreal and stopped in at this hotel. The breakfast menu is limited to eggs, pancakes and french toast and we ordered pretty much one of each between us. The eggs included one piece of toast, the other servings equally sparse and the service was very neglectful given there were three staff working. The final insult was the addition of a 20% gratuity on all three of our bills -- a $15 tip for no service and minimal food. Tip: there is a great coffee shop across the street that serves breakfast but was closed on Sunday. Go there
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PRICE RANGE
$63 - $137 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
CanadaQuebecMontrealVieux-Montreal (Old Montreal) / Ville-Marie
NUMBER OF ROOMS
26
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Champ-de-Mars
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Champ-de-Mars?
Nearby attractions include Find The Key (0.3 miles), Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours Chapel (0.2 miles), and Chateau Ramezay Historic Site and Museum of Montreal (0.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Champ-de-Mars?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and internet access.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Champ-de-Mars?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Champ-de-Mars?
Yes, paid public parking nearby is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Champ-de-Mars?
Conveniently located restaurants include Le Club Chasse Et Peche, Le Robin Square, and Maggie Oakes.
Is Hotel Champ-de-Mars located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.4 miles away from the center of Montreal.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hotel Champ-de-Mars?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, French, German, and Italian.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Champ-de-Mars?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours Chapel (0.2 miles), Lieu Historique National du Canal-de-Lachine (0.8 miles), and Maison Saint-Gabriel, Museum and Historic Site (2.5 miles).