Red Carpet Inn-Parc Olympique

4645 Metropolitan East, Montreal, Quebec, H1R 1Z4, Canada
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Budget Hotels Downtown

by martonem

Hi -
I am going to visit Montreal in April and am on a limited budget.
I wuold like to be in/near downtown since I will not have a vehicle.

What are the more economical places to stay in that area?
Thanks

PS - Also, do American cell phones work in Canada? I assume yes.

Re: Budget Hotels Downtown

by bocmaxima

I stayed at Le Rene Levesque this summer. I think I paid CA$65 per night for a single bed. It's like an extended stay setup: limited maid service, kitchenette, etc., but with free internet (wired). Excellent location, although it is on the edge of Montreal red light district (although it's really not that bad). I believe they have larger beds available for a bit more money.
http://le1renelevesque.com/index.php?lang=en

Re: Budget Hotels Downtown

by bocmaxima

Oh, and yes, US cell phones work in Canada.
HOWEVER, you need to check how much roaming will cost you up there. I have Sprint, and the one phone call I made on my phone when in Toronto cost me US$4.30 PER MINUTE. And that was local to Canada. I could have signed up for something to make it a bit over $2/minute, but it's really cheaper to just get a phone card when you're up there.

Re: Budget Hotels Downtown

by sdcatraveler

Yes, US phones will work in Canada, but there will be roaming and international surcharges, so if you intend on having long calls to catch up with people it would be less costly to buy a calling card or use skype.

I stayed at a local hostel and it was in a good location (Hostel International). However, I was just there for one night, so I'm sure a hotel would be a better option if you'd like to stay more than one night.

Re: Budget Hotels Downtown

by chrisbilal

I live right next to the hotel in the website recommended by Bocmaxima and would recommend that location highly. (Note Rene Levesque is a street) The red light district in Montreal is pretty tame, no need to worry - you're also next to China town for some cheap eats!

Travel Tips for Montreal

Bring some energy

by Jim&Ivy_Garland

Fast paced, different culture, never a dull moment. Relaxing at Porte Vieux, sipping cold Canadian biere.

One day, a crazed local was going to jump off an over-pass and land in the highway. What an event THAT turned out to be!

Montreal is the best town to...

by Sunsady

Montreal is the best town to go out at night. It is a very safe city even at night and people are sooo nice. During summer, downtown is the place to be from 5pm to 5 am! I found out that tourists like the 737, which is a club on top of a quite high building, where you can get a terrific view of Montreal at night. If you want a real meeting with the french young people of Montreal, go to the Loft. A mix of dance, techno, alternative, rock, fun, alcool and others...:) Situated corner St-Laurent and Ste-Catherine, near the Dome which is, shortly, a lower 737. Most of the restaurants are worth it, except maybe some fastfood-down St-laurent restaurants. Best places to go shopping are the Eaton Center, Galeries de La cathédrale, Place Montréal-Trust, and Place Mont-Royal, all related one to the other by the metro. I'm rarely away from Montreal because I live there. But what I miss when I'm away is the friendly atmosphere and the accessibility to every thing.

Mont-Royal Belvedere

by zChris

Go to the Belvedere atop Mont-Royal. The mountain dominates the city and from its top there is a magificent panoramic view of the skyline, south shore suburbs, and mountains beyond. Behind the belvedere is the Chalet du Mont-Royal, a magnificent 19th century building with high rafters and paintings chronicling the birth of New France and Montreal. I was surprised to find that the belvedere, while being a major tourist attraction, was not very crowded at all, possibly due to its wide open space and long climb to the top. To get there by foot, head to the intersection of rue Peel and Avenue des Pins and proceed into Mont-Royal Park. From here follow the signs. There are many ways to the top of the mountain, among them some very steep stairs (for those who wish to get up fast) and a serpetine path (for those biking or those who just don't like walking up steep slopes). You can also drive or take a bus to the top.

Red Light district, St-Laurent and Ste-Catherine

by Pierre_Rouss

Red Light district, St-Laurent and Ste-Catherine.
It is worth to visit this funny area where you will find prostitutes, transvestites, punks and skinheads, drunks and beggars, sex shops and slizzy hotels. Safe enough except for VD.
While there, drop by the Montreal Pool Room (St-Laurent, south of Ste-Catherine) for 'un roteux et une graisseuse' (translation=a steamed hotdog and greasy french fries) while enjoying a pool game with the folks.

Bring your own wine (BYOW)

by excentrus

Lots of restaurants in Montreal allow you to bring your own wine. This can result in substantial savings. And some of the restaurants are very good (example, YoYo on Gilford Street). Obviously the real good ones (like Toqué and L'Express, on Saint-Denis Street) have their own wine lists and do not allow this practice. Most of the restos on pedestrian streets like Prince-Arthur have big terrasses and are BYOW. Ask any Montrealer for information on good restaurants. You won't be disappointed.

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 Red Carpet Inn-Parc Olympique

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Address: 4645 Metropolitan East, Montreal, Quebec, H1R 1Z4, Canada