In the heart of downtown. A two minute walk to Metro Berri-UQAM. Within walking distance to Old Montreal, Old Port, Latin Quarter, and the UQAM - University of Quebec in Montreal. Less than two blocks away from the St-Catherine's shopping and night life area. The financial district and downtown core are less than 2.5km away. Valid Credit Card and Proper Identification required at Check-In. Hotel charges for daily parking and it's based on first come first serve basis. Taxes include 3.5 percent Destination Marketing Fee.
I arrived at the hotel at midnight and it was raining cats and dogs. That was not your fault. But upon my arrival, I found out that there is absolutely not parking available at the complex - a real bummer. So, I had to park approximately 0.5 km away under a city library building, and, of course, coming back to the hotel, I got soaked. In the morning, I came to breakfast at 9:20 AM and breakfast was served until 9:30 AM, according to published material. Breakfast area was not cordial, with tens of people lining up for simple things like tea and drinks, croissants, etc. The counter manager was oblivious to all this and was putting things away as quickly as possible. Not an enjoyable scene.
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Very clean room
Check in was great. The room was stylish and comfortable. Good noise reduction despite being so close to the bus terminal at the Berri-UQAM station in Montreal. Enjoyed being so close to a metro station and the neighboring businesses.
Breakfast could have been a little more organized, with better presentation. They gave tickets to turn in for breakfast but there was nobody checking for them at the breakfast area. The food was plain but adequate, and that was alright. I guess my only real complaints as far as the breakfast goes are that a few touches of decoration and placement could have made the meal more enjoyable, and that the toaster only half worked, therefore causing a line of people to idle around for their turn. Gave a "Fair" score for the working order of facilities and equipment because the elevator was iffy and at one point it was taking way too long to arrive to our floor, so we used the stairs from then on.