Royal Versailles Hotel Montreal

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

7200 Sherbrooke St. East, (formerly Hotel Wandlyn), Montreal, Quebec, H1N 1E7, Canada
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Costs 32% less but rated 20% lower than other 4 star hotels

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  • Families39
  • Couples45
  • Solo0
  • Business20

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Forum Posts

Bus Stop

by YanetToro

Where in Montrel can I take the Orleans Express bus to Quebec Downtown? At what time in the morning, on a Sunday, does the first bus depart to Quebec?. Thank you

Re: Bus Stop

by Jefie

Hi! The first bus leaves for Quebec City at 6:00 am, and after that there's a departure every hour on the hour. The bus station in Montreal is located at 505 boul. de Maisonneuve Est. Here's the link for the Orleans Express website:

Re: Bus Stop

by alza

You got your answer from Jefie. I'm from Québec City, living in Montreal, and confirm that busses leave from Montréal Central Bus Station.


a.k.a. Gare d'Autocars de Montréal in writing but never heard a soul call it that. Just so you can find it.

Take Métro to Berri-Uquam station, the main hub. Station Centrale is inside that complex, exit metro & follow signs.

Should you be in LONGUEUIL (South Shore, across River from Montréal), you can buy ticket & take Orléans Express bus from GARE INTERMODALE DE LONGUEUIL (close to Métro Longueuil).
Saying this to avoid your a long trip into town for an early bus. For Québec, every day, departures shown on website at 06:00, 07:00 and 08:00, travel time 3h15 minutes. I didn't check later than 08:00.

The bus may stop in Sainte-Foy, the suburb as you enter into Québec City metropolitan area.
BUt TERMINUS (end of line) is in lower-town Québec City at Terminus Gare du Palais, near train station.
You'll need a bus to get uptown which is what we call the centre. Ask at Terminus for bus number. Sunday service may be slower. You can take a cab too of course.

you can buy ticket online (it's $54.18 w/tax) if you have printer to print ticket. Visa & Mastercard accepted for online.
At sales point (Montreal and Longueuil, Interac (debit card) and cash are ALSO accepted.)

There's a sales point at Pierre Elliott-Trudeau Airport in the Grand Hall, international arrivals. Didn't check schedule to Québec City from there though.

you should be at boarding gate 30 minutes before departure.

Have fun in la Vieille Capitale!

Travel Tips for Montreal

How To Get Into Clubs Free

by xedenx

The easiest way to avoid paying cover charges to get into clubs is to get on the guestlist. Call ahead or visit Search for the club and request to get on their guestlist. They'll either send you a text msg confirmation or an email. Remember which guestlist name you're under!

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See more than I did!!! ...

by Aphrodite21

See more than I did!!! Scheduling only one day for Montreal is one of my biggest regrets on my trip. This city deserves several days at the least. I loved walking around old Montreal with all the narrow streets and old buildings. Everything in Canada is so modern and Montreal reminded me a little bit of Europe. It's such a unique city here in Canada.

View of Old Port promenade

by Reverend

This is a view of the promenade along the Old Port with Bonsecours Market and the Jacques Cartier bridge in the background.

In summertime this is a very popular area for both locals and tourists. Usually constant activity going on and lots of family-friendly things to do (Montreal Science Center, Imax theatre, Bonsecour basin, etc.) Also where tickets for river cruises and riding the Lachine rapids can be bought. Beautiful area on a summer afternoon or evening, like this one in mid-August.

Great shopping market

by Simonneeddy

To The Atwater Market and Park beside the newly renovated Lachine canal with its walking and Bike paths all along the canal and into the City. Visiting The Lachine canal by guided boat tour and The International Mosaicultures with guide

Parlez-vous anglais?

by MDH

Montreal is Quebec's premier bilingual city. Many of its English and French speakers are in fact fluent or at least very knowledgeable in both languages. However, there are some areas of Montreal, such as the Latin Quarter, where French is premier, while in other areas outside the central core, English is first. In many of the city's establishments, you're bound to hear "Hello et bonjour." This reminded me a lot of what I heard in Ottawa, which also has a large Francophone community.

It's always best to learn a few French phrases no matter where you go. If you go in any bookshop, there are cheap simple phrase books available. Speaking a little French (and English) always shows courtesy.

Although the separation issue has died down considerably since 1995, Montreal is not seen as in the thick of the arguement. Because the city's highly bilingual, the separation movement never gained much momentum here unlike Quebec City. A majority of people here are fine remaining Canadian than being part of a separate Quebecois Republic.


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Address: 7200 Sherbrooke St. East, (formerly Hotel Wandlyn), Montreal, Quebec, H1N 1E7, Canada