Good location, near subway station. Short distance to the urban attraction places by car or walk.
Great quaint little hotel! Room and furnishing were beautiful!
Centrally located downtown good value for money friendly helpful staff good breakfast
I loved that there is a bus stop right outside of the entrance, and the lobby is very comfy. The room was just enough for what we needed, but the vent/fan in the bathroom when you put the light on was a bit disturbing.
Everything was great, the staff was super friendly the entire time
Friendly helpful service. Location was perfect for me to comllete my business while in Montreal.
Walking distance to the village! Close to subway, great value for a weekend stay!
If security is a concern this hotel takes it seriously. You need your card to get up & down the elevator and only to your floor. The breakfast was excellent. Pastry was baked onsite and was still warm.
Gay Village is a neighborhood that people enjoy for its ample dining options. Here you'll find plenty to visit, including Saint-Pierre Apotre Church and Sainte-Catherine Street. If you're looking for a place to stay, choose from one of Gay Village's 63 hotels and other accommodations.
You’ll find many accommodation choices in Gay Village, and our guests note these as some of their favorites:
Gay Village might not have accommodation options to suit your travel needs, so you might consider venturing to a different Montreal neighborhood for your stay. Latin Quarter is a neighborhood that travelers love for its ample dining options. This neighborhood is home to 12 hotels and other accommodations, including these top choices:
You might want to spend some time browsing the exhibits at Ecomusee du Fier Monde, Fashion Museum, or Chateau Ramezay Museum during your stay in Gay Village. Saint-Pierre Apotre Church and Sainte-Catherine Street are some other places worth a visit when you're in the the neighborhood.
Latin Quarter is a nearby neighborhood, and you might want to check out some attractions like St. Denis Theatre, Cinematheque Quebecoise, and National Library of Quebec while you're here. While you're in Montreal, you may also want to think about a visit to Sainte-Catherine Street.
Ready to get out and explore the city? Beaudry Station is the closest metro station.