The staff at Anne Ma Soeur Anne was extremely accommodating. Beings there is no elevator, they helped to lug my suitcase to the reception area, as well as up another flight of stairs to my room. They let me pay half the hotel bill when checking out (& still leave my luggage there) because my friend would be paying the other half of the hotel bill when he checked out, & I had an appointment to go to in the morning. They called a cab for me when I was ready to leave, & told me which cab company would be picking me up.
Unique Quality: The room was very clean & comfortable. The T.V. had good reception with many channels, the bathroom had plenty of hot water with good water pressure, towels were standard issue, two bottles apiece of water & orange juice were complimentary each day, & a bag with fresh croissants was hung on our door each morning.
The location of this hotel cannot be beat. It is surrounded by many cute boutique stores, as well as numerous restaurants with outdoor terraces. Both the Mont Royal & Sherbrooke Metro stops are within a short walking distance.
In July, 2007, the rate for a standard room with a double bed & garden view was CD$115/nt. plus tax for a single, & CD$130/nt. plus tax for two people.
I plan to stay here again on a future trip to Montreal.
Directions: Plateau/Mont Royal area
The first thing you notice about the Hotel Anne ma Soeur Anne is how quiet and peaceful it is. It's on a great block in the artistic, upscale and safe Plateau neighbourhood, where you can find great shops, a liquor store, and a Renaud-Bray next door.
The staff are very friendly, (and bilingual) and the rooms are minimalist, in a good way, with comfortable beds and kitchenettes. It feels more like an upscale apartment than a hotel. Extremely European!
It starts at about 85$ a night, which is a real bargain. My parents thoroughly enjoyed it as well.
Unique Quality: There's a shared terrace out back with very nice views, you can park nearby for 5$ a day prepaid, you get croissant and coffee every morning, there are brochures of things to do, and there's a Second Cup nearby.
It's near Mont-Royal metro station.
A quick warning, the hotel is not at all handicap friendly, you may have to walk 3 flights of stairs to get to your room.
Directions: It's between rue Rachel and rue Duluth. It is about two blocks south of the nearest Metro station, which is Mont-Royal
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