Auberge Le Pomerol

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

819 Blvd de Maisonneuve East, Montreal, Quebec, H2L 1Y7, Canada
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 11% higher than other 3.5 star hotels

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  • Families76
  • Couples90
  • Solo94
  • Business100

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Cost for taxi

by gmondoux

My husband & I are in Montreal this weekend and would like to know if the cost that is posted for taxi service (in this case, from the airport to The Holiday Inn Midtown which is $38.00) is per person or per car .

Thank You
Gail Mondoux

Re: Cost for taxi

by Jefie

Hi! It's per car. Have fun in Montreal!

Re: Cost for taxi

by puerto_lover

Presume that you refer to the hotel web site :

http://www.ichotelsgroup.com/h/d/hi/1/en/hotel/YULDT/transportation?start=1&rpb=hotel&crUrl=/h/d/hi/1/en/hotelsearchresults

Sure the prices are for a regular taxi ride.

Travel Tips for Montreal

International Caribbean Festival

by Blatherwick

This festival celebrates Montreal's strong Caribbean community. French speaking nations, such as Haiti, are strongly represented, but people with origins from most of the countries in the Caribbean are represented. The events are concentrated around old Montreal with most of the activities occurring at Jacques Cartier Pier. There is also a parade that runs through old Montreal and Rene Levesque Street with an assortment of costumes that give you the feeling of Mardi Gras in July! This was going on at the same time as the Jazz Festival basically making the entire downtown a festival area.

When we visited Montreal in...

by china-girl

When we visited Montreal in late August, the weather was still warm. We spent a lot of time outside people watching. We found that the Latin Quarter was very cool, young, and funky at night. There were plenty of small patisseries where one could order some great desserts, and just sat back and enjoyed the night. There was the Montreal International Film Festival going on at the time we were visiting. Some part of St-Catherine was closed and there were outdoor concerts and movie showings. We also visited the Montreal Museum of Fine Art and caught the famous 'Picasso Erotique' exhibit, which was different from any other thing we've ever seen.

Old Montreal

by nicolettart

It was a cold winter morning as we strolled through the old town. Everything was still closed, and it was nice to window shop without a soul insight! Not too much to do here, as it was the middle of winter, but you should visit. Here I am in the main square, called Place Jacques Cartier.

Rue Ste-Catherine

by zChris

Head to the heart of the city, the always busy shopping mecca of Rue Ste-Catherine. The street is the retail heart of Montréal, with all the city's major department stores and many other famous international stores along the street and in the malls nearby and underground. Ste-Catherine is packed with people day and night of all colours, sizes, races, religions, nations...it is truly a diversified district. It is also the linguistic melting pot of Montréal, where both English and French are heard spoken almost equally. Unlike the East End or the West Island, where shopkeepers are strictly French or English, the shopkeepers here are happy to serve you bilingually. At night, the street really hops, with theatres and clubs open all night. Advertising trucks drive down it displaying rotating lighted ads. There is definately a wealth gradient on Ste-Catherine- the farther west one goes, the more expensive the shops. The photo is of the crowded sidewalk of Ste-Catherine at Rue Stanley.

It's important to remember...

by Emanuela14f

It's important to remember that for french people any attempt to speak french is important. Even if you don't know very much and your grammar's not great speaking badly is still more appreciated than speaking in english.

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Address: 819 Blvd de Maisonneuve East, Montreal, Quebec, H2L 1Y7, Canada