Quality Hotel Dorval Aeroport

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

7700 Cote de Liesse, Saint Laurent, Quebec, H4T 1E7, Canada

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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 17% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Solo65
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    I ended up here when Air Can decided to strand me overnight. The best thing I can say is that I had a chance to see one of my favourite VT members and that the room was excellent. In fact the staff were awesome, food great, bar was cool, the Jacuzzi did the trick, and the bed was amazing. It’s just that this hotel is a very expensive taxi ride into Montreal and it’s not that close to the airport. At least they have a free shuttle. If you want to see Montreal – this is the wrong hotel. Otherwise, it’s great.

    I have to admit I only slept in my very comfortable bed for 1 hour as I was out and about, but it was a very good sleep. The rest of the room was awesome. Great furniture, TV, mini-bar and plenty of mirrors.

    The bathroom was efficient and had a good shower (only) and some reasonable toiletries.

    The best part of the hotel were the leisure facilities. There was a large outdoor pool, 2 indoor Jacuzzis and a modern gym. All quite good. They even have a water slide.

    The restaurant and bar served excellent food and nice cold beers in ice cold glasses. Get in there!

    Reception was great. They had their own daily newsletter, could not have been more helpful and knew everything. They also had an ATM machine.

    Except for the location, this is a very good hotel for the money. It is absolutely quiet, the beds are great and the rooms are climate-controlled. A very nice hotel in a remote location.

    Unique Quality: HOTEL OVERVIEW:
    • Free shuttle service to Montreal Airport - 24 hours a day
    • 159 rooms (48 have kitchenettes)
    • Far away and very expensive to get to Montreal
    • Secure, heated indoor car parking
    • Heated outdoor pool, indoor fitness center, saunas and Jacuzzis (2)
    • Jardins le Pavillon restaurant - breakfast, lunch and dinner
    • "Zmaya" Bar & Lounge (pool tables and TV sports)
    • 24-hour Laundromat facilities or same-day dry cleaning service

    • Climate controlled
    • Great beds
    • Quiet, well decorated, modern
    • Free high speed Wi-Fi
    • Rooms for handicapped and hearing-impaired guests
    • Modern bathrooms, but a bit basic
    • Large TV with lots of channels

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Forum Posts

Bachelor Party in April

by Rugby_prop

I would like to go to Montreal in late April, my question is will it be to cold to have a good time. Also does anyone know what area we should stay in so we can walk to good pubs/strip clubs. (also if anyone knows any awesome one please tell me the names).

Thank you

Re: Bachelor Party in April

by Kaspian

Late April can be beautiful or it can be freezing. So, check the forecast beforehand and bring a coat just in case. (The wind off the river can be brutal!)
The area you want to stay in is as probably between St. Laurent and Peel along St. Catherine. It's a bit seedy, but not too bad. ...And the "Super Sexe" is within easy walkign distance (along with a lot of diners and late-night fast food places.)

Re: Bachelor Party in April

by ricky52

Due to extreme climatic changes the World is experiencing at the moment, trying to predict the weather can be difficult because of local, on the day variations.
Most places now are seeing weather conditions well outside the norm.
The information below should be used as a guide only.

Here is the average weather for Montreal for this time of year.
Enjoy your holiday.

High 52f / 11c
Low 34f / 1c
Rain 3.10in / 78.0mm
Rain days 11
Hours of sun 6
Daylight hours 13
UV level 5 = Moderate
Humidity = Frost may occur in April
Wind (from the) West

High 66f / 19c
Low 47f / 8c
Rain 3.10in / 80.0mm
Rain days 13
Hours of sun 7
Daylight hours 15
UV level 6 = High
Humidity = Frost may occur in May
Wind (from the) SW

Re: Bachelor Party in April

by Jefie

Unless you come from a really warm country, I doubt you'll find Montreal in April too cold to have a good time - chilly for sure, but not too cold. Kaspian already gave you good advice for a place to stay, and if you're looking for something a bit more upscale, you might want to consider staying in the Bell Center area (between Peel St. and Guy St., along Rene-Levesque Blvd.). Lots of pubs in that area (Hurley's Irish Pub, Peel Pub, McKibbins, Newtown...) and Montreal's most famous stripclub (Chez Parée) is located within walking distance on Stanley St.

Travel Tips for Montreal

Montreal and Ottawa

by klmousseau

I visit Montreal regularly and our biggest hassle is finding a place to park. The metro is very good and easy to figure out. http://www.montreal.com/tourism/general.html
also: http://gocanada.about.com/od/monthbymonthmontreal/p/July_in_Montrea.htm
The metro is slightly limited - in that there is no direct stop in Old Montreal, but only a few blocks away. You could easily spend a whole day strolling around the Old Port and Old Montreal. If you like amusement parks - LaRonde is a Six Flags Park.
Please check out: http://www.internationaldesfeuxloto-quebec.com/EN/programmation/calendrier.aspx Every year they have an international fireworks competition in Montreal - definitely a must see since your there during it. You can either buy a ticket that allows you to watch from under the Jaques Cartier Bridge at LaRonde - or even easier is to watch it from the Old Port - walk toward the tall clock tower (there is also a maze there). They start whenever it gets dark obviously - but it's usually around 9or 930pm. So go out to dinner in Old Montreal then take a walk to the pier.
For transport from Montreal Trudeau Airport to downtown: http://www.admtl.com/passager/acces_et_stationnement/home.aspx
It's only 2 hours drive between the 2 cities or you can travel by VIA Rail. Ottawa is walkable or you can get a taxi to the museums in Hull. Stay near Byward Market or the Parliament and your within a mile of most of the sites. There is an INFO office across the street from Parliament. There is also a pedestrian shopping street 1 block behind the info center. Check out the Rideau Canal, the gorgeous architecture and Byward Market area for lunch or dinner.
If you need more info on sights in either city, I'd be glad to help!

Visit Mont Royal (hence the...

by Appleman

Visit Mont Royal (hence the name Montreal) for a beutiful view of the city. You can always catch a nice carriage ride up the mountain from the downtown core. Visit the main drag (St Catherine street) and Old Montreal.

Montreal Museum Pass

by Dabs

If you're a museum buff, you might look into getting a Montreal Museum Pass, good at 32 museums and attractions over 3 consecutive days. One more place and this would have been a good value for us as the sights are a little on the expensive side individually, $10 CAD for the Stewart Museum at the Fort, $10 CAD for the Pointe-a-Calliere Museum of Archeology and $12.75 CAD for the Montreal Botanical Gardens.

The cost (as of July 2006) is $35 CAD for the 3 day pass, $45 CAD if you get the public transit pass with it.

Silo No. 5 (1903-1958)

by yooperprof

Abandoned grain storage facility - a quarter of a mile long, 19 stories high, with capacity for holding enough wheat to make 230 million loafs of bread!! Built in several stages from 1903 in 1958, it would take a nuclear explosion to bring this baby down!

The behemoth grain elevation is a landmark next to the Lachine Canal in the old port area. Many people have come with creative ideas for the silo, but whether any of the plans will be implements is anyone's guess.

You do not need to be able to speak french...

by Bela_LUng

Whenever I speak to a friend who doesn't speak french, who just came from Montreal, they always say something about how they were mistreated by those damn french speaking people.

You have to realize that some people in Montreal only speak french while some speak both, or some speak only english. If you ask a question to a person and they answer in french....they aren't neccesarily trying to be rude...they just might not know how to speak english. It's not about being rude and stuff...

Of course you will have some who are rude....but you get those anywhere you go. People have bad days, people poo their pants. Who knows.

My suggestion to you is, if you try to speak to someone, try english first. If they can speak it then most likely they will answer you. If they cannot speak english, then they may speak to you in french hoping you understand them. That's not being rude :)

Montrealers tend to speak "Franglais" which basically means we mash the two languages together. Switching from one to other every now and then. That's also not being rude...hhehhe.

Worst comes to worst and you get an FLQ (Front de liberation du Quebec) party member yelling at you, just start to talk about hockey...we can never pass up a good chance to talk hockey!

The whole idea is to chill the F out and have a good time.


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 Quality Hotel Dorval Aeroport

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Address: 7700 Cote de Liesse, Saint Laurent, Quebec, H4T 1E7, Canada