If you are travelling as a family, you may want to check with them the number of beds available. They said they guaranteed the room booked will sleep all guests but could not specify (at the time of booking) the number of beds. When we got there the only option they had was two double beds for a family of four. We had to pay extra for a cot so we would all sleep comfortably.
Located in Old Montreal, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Palais des congres de Montreal and Notre Dame Basilica …More
Upon arriving I was greeted at the entrance by a doorman who handled all my bags and ushered me to the front desk. Not having a strong grasp of French, the staff speak English as well and had no problems understanding me or making themselves understood. That's very helpful.
The hotel has excellent facilities: restaurant, bar, weight room and other shops which I found very interesting. When you stay, try dinner in the restaurant - the General Tao chicken salad was great.
The room was large and very pleasant as was the king-sized bed, and the window offered an excellent view of Montreal. When you plan to stay, make sure to investigate the local attractions of this beautiful city and her people and if you don't know French, don't worry. Most of the people have a great understanding of English and are very patient with their guests.
This 36-floor downtown hotel is directly linked to the VIA Rail Canada station, a metro station, Bell Centre, and Montréal's …More
Location was key here. Hotel was right by the ski lift and super convenient. Rooms were nice. Even the studio I booked had a full kitchen and fireplace. Shared this room with 3 people and was perfect with the pullout couch. My only complaint is the noise during the night. If you want a good nights sleep I don't recommend this hotel. A lot of young kids are partying. There was a big fight outside our room and we had to call security at 4am. Besides that we loved everything else about our stay.
Traveller from New York
Located in the city center, this Mont-Tremblant Pedestrian Village condominium resort offers ski-in/ski-out access and is …More
"Twinkle Lights and Kind Staff...Incredible food!!!"
The hotel is as one expects from Starwood-wonderful. But the food was incredible, world class. The lamb shanks and polenta were amazing, sesame glazed mushrooms...who knew!! I had hamburger and it was spectacular. The bun held right till the end and it was delicious. Wonderful wine list, ambiance very spacious and not cramped with very relaxing music. There were two young staff who were a tiny bit green but bent over backwards to make sure everything was great for us. Wonderful cold perfectly mixed gin and tonic!!! Will be back again soon. Very very surprised with the incredible quality of the dining experience. Similar to a Paris Michelin . Thank you so so much. Price was similar to other resturants in Tremblant which was a nice surprise.
Traveller from Ottawa
This Mont-Tremblant Pedestrian Village resort is in the mountains, offering ski-in/ski-out access within 3 mi (5 km) of Via …More
I have stayed in this hotel twice already. It's a great hotel, clean and very convenient for skiers during the winter months. The rooms are clean, spacious and including fireplace, but you need to bring your synthetic firelogs, or you can purchase them in a hotel for $6 each. Breakfast is delicious, and they are changing menu every day. Ski lockers are very convenient with the free locks from lobby desk. The staff is very friendly and professional willing to help with any request.
Traveller from Connecticut
Located in a provincial park, this Mont-Tremblant Pedestrian Village hotel offers ski-in/ski-out access within 3 mi (5 km) of …More