Hotel Auberge Universel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

5000 Rue Sherbrooke East, Montreal, Quebec, H1V 1A1, Canada
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Satisfaction Average
Excellent
12%
14
Very Good
36%
40
Average
24%
27
Poor
15%
17
Terrible
11%
13

Value Score Average Value

Costs 22% less but rated 19% lower than other 4 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families56
  • Couples50
  • Solo50
  • Business45

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Forum Posts

hotel recommendations,,,,

by hollyberryc

we currently have reservations for "hotel auberge universel" for our vacation located sherbrooke street east opposite the olympic stadium. does anyone have any knowledge of this hotel? it was recommended to us by my sister-in-law who does live in montreal. however, recently my husband read some reviews of this place that are making us nervous about our reservations. last year we had a horrible hotel experience while staying in boston and we don't want another one! thanks to anyone who can provide any insight!

Re: hotel recommendations,,,,

by Pomerol

The hotel is ok really. I've stayed there a couple of times and had no complaints. However, if you're there to visit Montreal, I would suggest something closer to downtown. The location is not that great unless you're going to the Olympic Stadium.

Re: hotel recommendations,,,,

by Jefie

Hi! I've stayed at this hotel a couple times before and had a nice stay, so I don't think you've anything to worry about. I agree with Pomerol, however, in that the location isn't the best. Of course it's possible to travel downtown by metro, but it isn't quite the same as actually staying downtown. So just in case, here's the link to another hotel I've stayed at and liked in downtown Montreal (http://www.hotelxixsiecle.com/). Have a nice trip!

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Canadian Money...

by vibi68

Since it has undergone a lot of change, Canadian money has become a lot nicer as the years go by. From the plain one color bills, American people used to make fun of by calling "monopoly money" to more detailled and colorful bills comparable to the old fabulous French Francs: works of art on their own, if you ask me. Funny how 20 years ago United Staters laughed openly at our money, when now they are the ones caught with to much counterfeiting, for their money is all the same color, size and shape, they have to start changing their own... better be careful what one despises of his neighbors, for one might end up exactly like him. Canadian money is now equipped with over 20 security devices per bills, making it one of the hardest money to counterfeit in the world. Here are displayed $5, $10 and $20 bills frontward and backward, as the $1 and $2 paper bills do not exist anymore and have been replaced by the "loony" and "biloony" coins, as we lovingly call them (for those interested who have kept $1 and $2 paper bills: they are already worth a little more that they used to, depending on their condition). Obviously the term "loony" comes from the fact that the emblema on the back of the coin is a Loon: wild canadian bird which cries out a really fabulous call when the sun goes down; the "biloony" term is just for fun, as the flip side of the coin doesn't reprensent two Loonies, but a North West Teritories' polar bear! Canadian money comes in paper bills of $5, $10, $20, $50, $100, $1000, $10000 and probably even larger denominations that I've never seen, but keep in mind that as soon as you hand a paper bill higher than $20 to pay for something, cashiers are not obligated to accept it if they suspect they are not originals; better change your home currency into $20's or less. Coins come in $0.01, $0.05, $0.10, $0.25, $1.00 and $2.00. This is not a sweet memory but just an anecdote... When the "biloony" came out, The Royal Canadian Mint had decided to make it "two-tone" to avoid any confusion with the "loony" and because it was the first "two-tone" coin canadian people had ever seen (the center piece is gold and the outer rim, shaped like a doughnut, is silver) some people succeeded into separating the two pieces, probably to make the Mint look bad; it made the papers' headline, the Mint solved the problem shortly after and noone ever heard of such strange occurence since.

The Olympic Stadium

by RandomJunkie

A lot of Montrealers hate the Olympic Stadium. It's history is full of failures, bad luck and misfortunes. The stadium was unachieved when the 1974 Summer Olympics began. The cost of the Stadium raised due to problems with the workers and bad administration. And there's more...just ask any Montrealer. They know.

On the up side, it's tower is the world's tallest inclined structure (45 degrees).

One of the most intimidating...

by james_sinton

One of the most intimidating things about Montreal for most outsiders is the feeling that you'll need to know FRENCH. Well, guess what, you barely need to know any more French than you would in say, New York or San Francisco. Anywhere within the main part of the city, all services are provided in French and English. Of course, if you know any French at all, try to use it, it'll give the locals a feeling that you are trying to fit in.

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Address: 5000 Rue Sherbrooke East, Montreal, Quebec, H1V 1A1, Canada