Le Petit Hotel

168 rue St-Paul Ouest, Montreal, H2Y 1Z7, Canada
Le Petit Hotel
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
78%
352
Very Good
16%
72
Average
2%
13
Poor
1%
5
Terrible
0%
4

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  • Families98
  • Couples94
  • Solo90
  • Business88

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Soccer in Montreal?

by codino

Hello to everyone,

I am from South America, will be moving to Montreal in October, and my N°1 sport is soccer, so I was wondering if this sport is known there.

Does anybody knows if there is place to practice it?.

Thanks a lot.

Re: Soccer in Montreal?

by YVRDave

They have a pro team that we like to beat.

http://www.montrealimpact.com/index.aspx?language=EN

Re: Soccer in Montreal?

by Jefie

lol

And there are plenty of places to practice it. Soccer is nowhere near as popular in Montreal as it is in South America, but you'll have no problem finding a soccer team. In fact, the sport's popularity has been increasing steadily over the past few years, and there are now quite a few amateur leagues in the city, and plenty of bars and restaurants where you can go to watch international soccer games.

Re: Soccer in Montreal?

by eternel2002

Hi,
I'm soccer player and fan too, Don't worry, In almost all parks in Montreal, there is soccer field, if you looking to play for pleasure then it's easy, usualy during summer there are always somepople playing soccer somewhere .. there are also some tournaments where you can participate but you have to find a team .. if you want watch there is the 'Impact de Montreal' the soccer team of the city, you can watch them in their new beautiful stadium.
Good luck,

Re: Soccer in Montreal?

by eternel2002

Hi,
I'm soccer player and fan too, Don't worry, In almost all parks in Montreal, there is soccer field, if you looking to play for pleasure then it's easy, usualy during summer there are always somepople playing soccer somewhere .. there are also some tournaments where you can participate but you have to find a team .. if you want watch there is the 'Impact de Montreal' the soccer team of the city, you can watch them in their new beautiful stadium.
Good luck,

Travel Tips for Montreal

It was the most romantic town I've ever been.

by PickMeUp

I went to Montreal for just a night.
I could only go to Old Montreal, but it was an unforgettable night for me.
When I get there, it was night time.
It was soooooo romantic and beautiful place.
I've never been such a wonderful place.
I recommend you to go there with a person you really love.
There are lots of musicians, artists.
I'm sure you'll have fun!!!!!

Money matters/conversion

by Dabs

Montreal was more expensive than I had anticipated, partially because of the weakness of the US dollar vs. the Canadian dollar. Gas was running about 1.14/liter or $4.30CA per gallon ($3.90 converted to USD, $3 a gallon doesn't seem that bad now), food was running more even after conversion that I would have expected back home, museum admission seemed to be a standard $10CAD even for smaller museums.

We found ATMs all over Montreal, when we asked at the car rental place where to get money, they said that most gas stations had them and sure enough that's where we found one. We also used one at a convenience store but there was an extra $1.75 fee and the stand alone ones always make me nervous.

St. Joseph's Oratory~Climbing to the Top

by nicolettart

What to see at the Oratory (there is a guide be sure to pick it up once you arrive):

The Votive Chapel
Brother Andre's Tomb
The Oil of St. Joseph
The Lower Crypt
Hall of Scale Model
The Concourse Hall
The Terrace on the Roof
Display-Brother Andre
The Way of the Cross and Gardens
The Museum
Main Portico
Basilica
Chapel of the Blessed Sacrament
Brother Andre's Room
Original Chapel
Pilgrim's Pavilion

An afternoon should cover everything.

Kidmobiles

by tiabunna

We were quite taken by the sight of these two young ladies, pushing what seemed hordes of tiny tots out for a stroll and some fresh air. Maybe these “public transport” style kidmobiles are commonplace where you live, but we’d never before seen anything like them. Our guess is that they all come from a local creche or childminding centre – it seemed a little improbable that these were the children of large families!

Quick, there is a free table!

by excentrus

As soon as the cold weather breaks, Montrealers throw on a "pull" and head out to find a terrace. Local restauranteurs can't wait to open there outside terraces and the tables appear as if by magic. These tables are pretty well occupied for 6 months of the year. Montrealers love their terraces...and they love to go out to eat, drink and be merry. You will find a lot of terraces in Old Montréal (check out the Jardin Nelson), on St-Denis Street, on Prince-Arthur Street and tucked away behind many restaurants.

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