La Maison du Patriote

169, St-Paul Est, Montreal, H2Y 1G8, Canada
La Maison du Patriote
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26%
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Average
26%
8
Poor
13%
4
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16%
5

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  • Families33
  • Couples36
  • Solo50
  • Business100

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Budget accomodation Montreal (+ Quebec)

by nicebiscuits

Hi,

Can somebody please recommend budget accomodation for Montreal? We'll be arriving there around the 26th or 27th, staying for 2 or 3 nights then moving onto Quebec City.

RE: RE: Budget accomodation Montreal (+ Quebec)

by Reverend

Not sure if by budget accomodation you mean hostels, or cheap hotels, but there are several excellent hostels in Montreal. Check-out hotels.com for the list. I can recommend Le Gite du Plateau Mont Royal on Sherbrooke Street, La Maison du Patriote in Old Montreal and Le Sous Bois is owned by the same people(although, if you're driving, parking may be an issue at either place,) and the HI is also good and right downtown. There are a few others, which I have not stayed at yet, but you can see how they are rated at hostels.com. I found that I would agree with the ratings given there to the ones I have stayed at already.

RE: RE: Budget accomodation Montreal (+ Quebec)

by heywinks

I stayed at the Univ of Montreal dormitory last summer. Metro accessible and good price...about US$40-45/night per room (double bed). We booked when we arrived in Montreal, at the Tourist Info Center near the Financial district.

Travel Tips for Montreal

climb the clocktower (Tour...

by maykal

climb the clocktower (Tour d'Horloge). From here there is a great view over the Vieux Port with the skyscrapers of downtown in the background, and in the other direction, the St Laurent River and Ile Sainte-Helene.

Montreal is known for the...

by Gerry_Crooks

Montreal is known for the 'French' culture. The francophone population in general is a warm and fun loving people, ready for a party for no particular reason. The cuisine here is known world round. The biggest problem in eating here is there are too many choices! Stay a while and try out the various types of restaurants around the city.

Mary, Queen of the World Cathedral-Basilica (1894)

by yooperprof

The "Mary, Queen of the World" Cathedral-Basilica is the seat of the Roman Catholic diocese here, but interestingly, it is only the third largest Roman Catholic church in the city. (What a devout city this once was!)

There was some controversy when the Cathedral was constructed here in the late 19th century, because this neighborhood - particularly bordering on Dorchester Square - was regarded as a bastion of Anglo-Montreal. This distinctions meant so much then!

The architects of the Cathedral chose to build a roughly one-third replica of St. Peter's Basilica in Rome. The interior is if anything more beautiful than the Vatican, IMHO, because the scale is so much more appropriate for mere human beings.

The Cathedral received the name "St James Cathedral" when it was consecrated in 1894. Pope Benedict XV gave it the distinction of being a minor basilica in 1919. Finally, in 1955 Pope Pius XII rededicated the cathedral with a new name, "Mary Reine de la monde."

Molson Breweries

by jamiesno

Canadian's drink a lot of beer and Molson Canadian is one of the more popular brands for sure brewed in Montreal.

Unfortunately the Coors company now own a lot of this company so its hard to say if its still Canadian now or if your drinking KKK beer as a friend keeps reminding me :-).

In any event there is an element of pride involved here.

Recycling?

by tiabunna

One morning as we began our day's travels, I was amazed to find these piles of rubbish bags in the street. No bins, no sign of any recycling, just loose bags of undifferentiated rubbish! We had just come from Europe, where recycling is taken very seriously, as it is in Australia, and our friends in Nova Scotia also stressed the importance to us. Maybe I’m becoming “greener” with age, but it was surprising to find this in a large modern city!

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 La Maison du Patriote

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Address: 169, St-Paul Est, Montreal, H2Y 1G8, Canada