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Auberge le Jardin d'Antoine
Ranked #50 of 165 Hotels in Montreal
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed July 11, 2008

I stayed here during the Fourth of July weekend in 2008. I thought it was absolutely excellent. The staff was helpful, professional, and friendly. Nick in particular was great. My room was spotless and the mattress was surprisingly firm and comfortable. Despite being located on the busy Rue St. Denis, I could hear nothing from my room (#16). I was actually a little sad to leave.

I highly recommend Auberge Jardin d'Antoine Montreal.

  • Stayed: July 2008, traveled solo
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Reviewed June 28, 2008

The hotel is charming & quaint. It is an old building that has been renovated nicely. The staff is very accommodating & helpful, The location is great. You can walk about 10-15 minutes to Old Montreal. The subway station is 2 blocks away. Parking is offsite-but close by.
Note: there is no elevator service. We stayed on the 3rd floor and enjoyed the exercise of the spiral staircase. But, it may not be for everyone.
Breakfast is great. The baguette is the best!!
We stayed in a small suite with a beautiful bedroom, bath w/ jacuzzi (candles provided), and small sitting room. The only problem was the air conditioning. The AC unit is in the sitting room. The bedroom did not really cool off very well. But, it was tolerable.

  • Stayed: June 2008, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 6, 2008

We decided to take our kids to Montreal for spring break instead of the typical...Florida or the Carolinas. We wanted to stay at a nice inn that would give them the flavor of being in another country. We found this hotel though last minute deals on the Tourisme Montreal website. It was a great price and it included breakfast! We paid $117 for 2 adults and 2 children. Not too bad for a clean, quiet inn close to a fun part of town.

The room was tiny, but we knew that going in. The weather was wonderful and knew that we wouldn't be spending any time there anyway. The bathroom was nice..came with a shower, whirlpool tub, and candles! After walking most of the day, we enjoyed putting our feet in the whirlpool tub for a soak. Being in the happenin' part of town, we thought it might be loud, but it was really quiet. The pillows were lofty. The room had no offensive odors and was well worth it. I'd stay there again!

  • Stayed: April 2008, traveled with family
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Reviewed May 24, 2008

This hotel is definitely an anachronism. The hotel itself is an old apartment building from the late 1800’s, remodeled in the past few years. But they have all the most modern amenities.

They do have parking for about 10$ Canadian a day, but it’s about 3 blocks away. Not terrible, but not too convenient. We as Americans are spoiled.

We stayed in one of their deluxe suites. The down side was it was on the third floor, which was a bit difficult for us because we are both so out of shape (well, round is a shape, I guess). The room was very clean and very well maintained. Along with being on the third floor, our room was accessible only by going out the back door and walking across the balcony to the door. Somewhat out of the way, but that added to the charm and quietness of the room.

Our suite had a sitting room, bed room, and a large bath with a shower and whirlpool tub, big enough for two people, face to face. There were also 2 candles in the bathroom.

The hotel has free wireless internet access, which is a staple in my book. It was very reliable and easy to set up and use.

Everyone we met at the hotel spoke English very well. I always tried to start my conversations with “My French is terrible”, which got the point across.

There is a true Continental breakfast included: bagels, croissants, bread, cheese, sliced ham, coffee, juice, yogurt, etc. The polite staff is usually there to top off your coffee when it gets too low.

The hotel is in a great location, almost in the center of the Latin Quarter, and walking distance from the old port and old Montreal. There’s a lot to do and to see around the hotel. The area also has a bustling night life. This is as close as you can get to a European hotel in European surroundings without leaving North America.

  • Stayed: May 2008, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed May 5, 2008

We stayed for two nights during November and found the place to be a great value. The room we stayed in was located in the rear of the property. The room was very clean, the bed was comfortable, and the staff was very friends (despite the fact that we do not know French). Also, the location is so close to great restaurants, shopping and theatres. The down sides were minimal: little closet space and a bit dark. I am staying there again this July during the Just For Laughs Festival.

  • Stayed: November 2006, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed October 15, 2007

Recently we were in Montreal to see a concert at Le National (an excellent venue, by the way) and stayed one night at Auberge Jardin d'Antoine.

We loved the place and would recommend it without hesitation.

The hotel is located in an excellent location in the heart of the Latin Quarter. There are lots of interesting shops and restaurants all around, with the area heavily influenced by the local student population.

The main downside of the hotel is the lack of onsite parking. However, there is a municipal lot a short walk away, and we had no difficulties parking there. The rate of $10 per night is far better than the $20 or so you may pay if you are closer to the City core.

Check in and out was easy and efficient. Our room was lovely. It was well appointed, well decorated, clean and comfortable. It looked out onto an interior patio, as well as other buildings, which wasn't all that much to look at but still represented a nice area to sit (there were bistro-style tables and chairs). It was very quiet. The bathroom was small but clean and well appointed.

Breakfast was standard continental fare but much better than some of the continental breakfasts you might get at a budget hotel.

If you are looking for a small, inexpensive hotel with all the amenities you need and breakfast, this is an excellent choice. We will definitely return.

  • Stayed: October 2007, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed September 21, 2007

This was the first visit to Montreal for my daughter and myself. We do a trip together every year and this year we decided on Montreal. We chose the Latin Quarter as we had heard that there was lots to do and see right in that area. The taxi from the airport went smoothly with the fare being the same as the fixed price to downtown. Check in was easy and friendly and thankfully, for us, in English. The standard room was not big but comfortable with one queen and one twin bed. It was very clean and had lots of room in the closet. The bathroom was small but again extremely clean. There was a self regulated air conditioner which was definitely needed. No view from the room, just onto a parking lot. But that was fine because it was very quiet at night; we didn't hear any noise from the street or even other guests. The front lobby had lots of brochures and other articles for visitors and the front desk provided us with a cork screw for our wine. The only thing the hotel didn;t have was an ice machine which I would have liked. Breakfast was in the basement with a nice little outdoor patio facing Rue St. Denis. It was nothing to write home about but was adequate. It had croissants, muffins, bagels, cold cereal, yogurt, fruit, cheese, cold meat, bread to make toast and coffee.
Rue St. Denis is a very busy street in the afternoon and evening. UQAM is right there so there are throngs of young people around especially in the restaurants and bars at night. The metro is only 2 blocks away, it is within easy (15 min) walking distance of Old Montreal, and there are many many restaurants, cafes, shops and theatres withing a three block radius. There is very good shopping on the upper part of Rue St. Denis ( across Rue Sherbrooke) The restaurants near the hotel were very good...sushi next door, Sila (Italian) which the hotel gave us a coupon for was also good. We had the table d'hote at Maraco (sp?), a French Bistro, just up the street that was excellent. That being said the area was a little grungy in some places (squeegy guys, deadbeats here and there), but we felt safe and at no time was there any problem. We were there during the Montreal film Festival and we took in a foreign film which was great.
With the CAA discount I thought this was a very good deal, a good location with a friendly staff and a comfortable room.

  • Stayed: September 2007, traveled with family
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Additional Information about Auberge le Jardin d'Antoine

Address: 2024 rue Saint Denis, Montreal, Quebec H2X 3K7, Canada
Location: Canada > Quebec > Montreal > Olympic Park & Hochelaga-Maisonneuve (HoMa) , Ville-Marie
Amenities:
Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Suites
Hotel Style:
#11 Best Value Hotel in Montreal
#27 Family Hotel in Montreal
#30 Romantic Hotel in Montreal
#42 Business Hotel in Montreal
Price Range: $112 - $189 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:2.5 star — Auberge le Jardin d'Antoine 2.5*
Number of rooms: 25
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
You will feel at home in our cozy 25-room 3 star hotel ideally located on the famous St. Denis Street in Downtown Montreal. We offer you comfortable rooms and a warm welcome since 1989.Included in room rates:WIFI and continental buffet breakfast. Parking option at 5 minute walk ($12/night). Unloading zone in front of the hotel door. ... more   less 
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