My experience was quite bad. First of all, the window in my room leaked a lot. I turned the heater on high and the room temperature wouldn't still rise above 61F. Also, since the window was so thin (and a part of it was replaced by wood) you could also hear the noise from the street very loudly.
The lock in the door was also ridiculous - the safety lock had been ripped away and the lock itself wouldn't lock. I noticed it when I tried to access my room and I didn't even need a key - the door wasn't locked (and I wasn't able to lock it from the outside no matter how much I tried)...
As far as I understand, the hotel is run by an Indian person. He tries really hard to be friendly and all, but doesn't really have money to run the place. Also, sometimes the customer service fails... e.g. when I asked him if there is an elevator in the hotel, he replied in a loud voice: "No we don't, this is not a hotel!!!"
I couldn't agree more.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This property is close to the Convention Center, Latin Quarter, China Town and Montreal Arts Museum. Old Montreal - Old Port and Notre Dame Basilica are within walking distance as well. The Hotel Viger Montreal, a Magnuson Hotels affiliate, is located in the center of Montreal, adjacent to the St-Laurent River. Concordia University, Botanical Gardens, Montreal Casino, and the Olympic Stadium are also very close by. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Viger Hotel Montreal