Ratings based on 415 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 out of 5
98% of guests recommend
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller

The hotel and room were clean and very attractive

Posted 9-Jul-2014
Pros: It was clean and comfortable.
Cons: A swimming pool would be nice.
Every staff member we encountered was friendly and the front desk was particularly helpful in giving us directions on how to get to the nearest mall, gas station, metro.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller

Great Hotel with Everything You Need

Posted 9-Jul-2014
Location: It is a great location, away from the hustle and bustle of downtown but a 15 minute ride on the Metro to downtown.
This is a great hotel. The room was extremely clean, and when we got there the staff was very helpful in telling us where to go to catch the Metro. I thought the room was very spacious and we had lots of windows which was nice. The only downside was that the fitness centre was closed the one day. I loved that the Metro was a five minute walk, this made getting downtown inexpensive and easy. Overall I would recommend this hotel to anyone who is looking for a clean, friendly hotel at a great value!
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by Dwight from GTA

Great Deal in Longueuil

Posted 26-May-2014
Traveling back from the the Maritimes to GTA we stopped overnight at Le Dauphin in Longueuil. Our original plan was to take the subway to Old Montreal but the Metro was down all weekend for maintenance so we explored Longueuil instead. First, we rested in the newly renovated room that featured an awesome bathroom. The accent lighting, walk-in shower with glass walls, and a sliding glass bathroom door was right out of a design magazine. Our corner room had windows on two adjacent walls with real wood shutters. The bed was comfortable and the room even had its own computer! The location right off autoroute 20 is ideal. Downtown Longueuil is a short 5 minute drive that features a great selection of restaurants. The hotel staff and restaurant staff were very accepting of two English speaking tourists. We plan to return to explore more what the south shore has to offer and we would definitely stay at Le Dauphin Longueuil again.
3 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller

Cheep

Posted 24-May-2014
I was told I did not qualify for free breakfast because I booked with expedia. That seems cheap to me since it was light fare and they wanted another ten bucks Canadian. The beds were also rock hard.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller

This traveller left a rating score only Posted 29-Nov-2013
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Business Travellers
by Alain from Breakeyville. Qc, Canada

Great practical hotel!

Posted 24-Nov-2013
Pros: Breakfast is awesome. Great Seaco machine..latte..cappuccino!! Fresh fruit, variety of bread..all is fresh! Location is ideal for business trip.
Cons: Room lighting. Too bright...need softer lighting.
Location: Wonderful! A three minute walk and up in the subway station in my way downtown Montreal.
Just what I was looking for! Comfy bed, great breakfast and a short walk away from subway station.
3 out of 5
by Mike

If you like having a sore back or hips by morning - then this is the place for you!

Posted 19-Nov-2013
Pros: Location - easy access to underground without having to be in Montreal proper
Cons: Bed, toilet, non-functioning thermostat, no tub - just shower, flat shallow sink that'll spray water on you
Location: Just across the river from old Montreal with relatively easy access to the underground
Since a BED is the primary reason you stay in a hotel, you'd think it would be better than what you sleep on at home. The Dauphin either intentionally ignores this or doesn't have a clue. My wife and I slept on the equivalent of concrete the entire stay. We even asked for pillows so we could stuff them on top of the mattress to ease the pain. The pillows didn't help much, but they were better than the alternative. I don't give bad ratings to hotels unless they deserve it. Everything ELSE about the room (not the bathroom) was just fine; nice and clean, well kept, etc. However, the renovation of the room wasn't complete, which is a little odd. Sliding glass door to the bathroom couldn't slide all the way (got hung up on the floor), hinges for the door to the bathroom weren't capped and looked like a half-done job, no bathtub - just a shower - which was nice, but it didn't drain properly, SHORT bowl toilets instead of elongated bowl which are okay for women but men usually don't like, and really odd lighting at the four foot level in the main room with switches you have to reach up and behind the glass of the fixture to turn on and off. So, LOTS of little things that add up to be a dissapointing experience. Construction at the entrance to the hotel for most of our stay made it difficult to get in and out. The back door card reader stopped working and no one put up a sign indicating it wasn't working - so I felt like an idiot for two days thinking my card needed to be reset. All that aside, it IS close to the unground access to Montreal which is a nice thing. The Longueuil Place mall is within walking distance. There are also places to get good food nearby (most you have to drive to though). Noise was not a problem while we were there so that's a plus. However, when the bed is like a slab of rock - look elsewhere. Oh, and I hated the sink (one of those flat bottomed shallow things that splash on you if you turn the water on a little too hard). Trying to look stylish is one thing, pulling it off is another. Sinks are meant to have depth and are rounded for a reason, to reduce splash and allow you somewhere to hold water. If it had been any shallower I'm not sure I could have washed my hands. And, the silly thermostat that wouldn't stay set for more than half an hour at a time, such that by morning the room was cold (can you tell it was November when we stayed there?). Just a few too many dumb dumb issues with the entire hotel for me. One of the big problems with Saint Hubert and Longueuil are the lack of hotels. Most are by the river or over in Montreal - which makes it difficult if you have business over by the Saint Hubert airport. I think next time I'll try the Holiday Inn since I know they tend to have better beds. You may now be asking why the heck we stayed here. Because it had such a high rating by everyone else. You all must have backs and hips made of steel to tolerate such a place. Next time I go to Montreal on business, it won't be this place.
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller

This traveller left a rating score only Posted 14-Nov-2013
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller

Convenient hotel close to Montreal

Posted 4-Nov-2013
Pros: Modern, clean and the continental breakfast was very good.
Cons: Getting the computer in the room to function was an exercise in frustration.
I chose this hotel because I needed to be, on this occasion, close to the Longueil metro station. The members of the staff were friendly and helpful.The room was very nice and clean. The continental breakfast was actually quite good. Of course, the hotel itself has little charm and is located behind a highway entrance ramp . Overall, I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the hotel.
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Business Travellers
by A verified traveller

This traveller left a rating score only Posted 28-Oct-2013 on Hotels.com