Hotel Elegant

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

1683 Rue Saint-Hubert, Montreal, Quebec, H2L 3Z1, Canada
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61%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
3%
2
Very Good
31%
16
Average
27%
14
Poor
11%
6
Terrible
25%
13

Value Score Average Value

Costs 25% less but rated 16% lower than other 2 star hotels

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  • Families8
  • Couples41
  • Solo60
  • Business33

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Forum Posts

Convent Accomodations

by NorCal08

Greetings....I am hoping someone can recommend a link or specific information on convent accomodations in the Montreal area. My journeys will take me there the week of the June 13, during the Grand Prix. Thank you.

Re: Convent Accomodations

by goodfish

This is the only one I can find

http://www.reclusesmiss.org/rm_english.php

Re: Convent Accomodations

by NorCal08

Thank you, I'll try them straight away.

Re: Convent Accomodations

by goodfish

Any particular reason you want a convent or are you just looking for budget accommodations?

Re: Convent Accomodations

by NorCal08

Due to the Montreal Grand Prix being the same weekend I am there (which I am not attending), accomodations throughout the city are full. Those that aren't are either very expensive, or well below my expectations. The convents I have stayed in in Eurpore have always been reasonably priced and clean. Just an option I am pursuing. I appreciate your assistance, thank you.

Re: Convent Accomodations

by goodfish

Here's a list of budget accommodation that might be helpful if the convent doesn't work out. I see the University rents rooms in an on-campus hotel of sorts - they might be a good one to try?

http://www.travellerspoint.com/budget-accommodation-en-ci-823.html

Re: Convent Accomodations

by maz100

How much should one expect to pay?

Re: Convent Accomodations

by goodfish

No clue - you'd have to contact them personally or see if they have rates listed on a website.

Travel Tips for Montreal

Museum Pass

by Jim_Eliason

If you plan on visiting many of the attractions Montreal has to offer a museum pass can save a lot of money. It costs $45 CD and gives access to most museums and free Metro and bus rides for 3 days. it will pay for itself if you visit more than 3-4 sights on the list. http://www.museesmontreal.org/site/museumspass.htm

Walk the streets and...

by cjdewolf

Walk the streets and experience everyday Montréal. This is a city of people and their neighbourhoods, so join the stream and live like a local. Some of the most interesting streets in Canada are Montréal's own: avenue Monkland in Nôtre-Dame-de-Grace, Sherbrooke in Westmount, Ste-Catherine in downtown Montréal, avenue Bernard in Outremont, the list goes on and on. Get a map, some good walking shoes and wander! I think I will miss the vibrancy of it all. Montréal may be worn around the edges, but there is a level of energy here that is enthralling. I'll miss the pulse of the streets, or just lingering in a sidewalk café and watching the world go by. I'll miss taking strolls in the rain through tree-lined residential streets, and I'll definitely miss some of the very fair architecture.

I HIGHLY recommend a Sunday at tam-tams...

by CASS1DY

If your in town on a beautiful Sunday afternoon in the summer, you have to go to the tam-tams. It starts in the spring and goes till the fall but the height of the season is in the summer. Take a good walk around because there are surprises to be found in every part of the park. . . such as the duck tape wars going on in the back field. I reserve every Sunday in Montreal for Mount-Royal. I arrive around 1:00 and stay until dark.

Here's my supply bag:
- fruit and lots of other snacks
- well concealed alcohal
- my hand drum (or any other instrument I feel inclined to play)
- a blanket
- a bottle for water (there are water fountains there)
- my camera
- extra toilet paper (sometimes the bathrooms across(under) the street run out)
- a hat/sun screen
- a sweater just in case it get chilly

Tugboat Daniel McAllister

by yooperprof

The historic tugboat Daniel McAllister is "parked" down by the Lachine Canal in the old port of Montreal, currently undergoing a restoration that will bring it back to its early 20th century shine.

The Daniel McAllister is the oldest and largest Canadian tugboat to be saved - and when restored will be one of the largest ocean-going tugs in preservation in the world. For many decades "she" was a busy workman in the port here, particularly for the Canadian Pacific Ocean Line, helping the "Empress of Canada" and the "Empress of England" on their way.

This tug was "christened" in 1907 with the name of Helena. It underwent name and gender change in 1967 when purchased by the McAllister Towing Co.

Pedestrian attitude

by levoyageur

Always be careful in Montreal because in this city, the pedestrian dont wait the green light before cross the street. Also, Montreal is the only city, with New York than you can't turn right in a red light, it's a good thing!!

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 Hotel Elegant

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Address: 1683 Rue Saint-Hubert, Montreal, Quebec, H2L 3Z1, Canada