We spent four nights at the Bonaparte in late September. Our third-floor room was nicely spacious and had large windows overlooking the street, although lacking in drawer space (2 drawers in the TV armoire) if you like to unpack. Although the wood floors were attractive, I would have expected a rug. The room was spotless and housekeeping kept it that way throughout our stay. The location is perfect for visiting the old city and within easy walking distance of several excellent restaurants, including the hotel restaurant. The included breakfast is, as many reviewers have pointed out, outstanding. It probably would cost you $25 or more per person in New York -- coffee or tea, orange juice, choice of yogurt or fruit cup, and choice of eggs w/bacon/sausage and potatoes, various omelets, french toast or thin pancakes, and choice of toast, croissant or chocolate croissant, all served in a lovely white-tablecloth restaurant. The only hiccup was that the lock on our room door was balky from the start and our keys quit working entirely the day before departure; the desk clerk would not call anyone in to fix it but instead insisted that we had to let the front desk unlock our room each time, which was intrusive and annoying. A very good value for a hotel room in Montreal, and I would certainly stay there again anytime. Beware of the directions on the hotel website, though.
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- Also Known As:
- Auberge Bonaparte Montreal
- Auberge Bonaparte Hotel Montreal