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The room was large and comfortable. The service was good. The location is very good. The restaurant was not functioning because it was being renovated. That may have been the reason for the excellent price.
Its what I expected from reading the other reviews on this property. The location was nice and staff was friendly. I would come back again. Loved Montreal and if you come be sure to ask for english menus this most everthing is in French.
I stayed here in 2007. There were big mean-looking guys sitting on the steps with tattooed faces lol. We payed 50$ total for 2 nights in a 4-bed room for 2 people.
There is no actual bathROOM. You walk into the room and find a...More
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