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The Auberge du Carre is in a great location as it is just a minute from the metro station which can take you downtown. The bus station for the airport is also only a couple of minutes away. The locality has a good 'vibe' with...More
Thank Peter Mills
Response from AubergeCSL, Manager at Auberge du Carre St-LouisResponded 5 days ago
We are very happy that you have enjoyed your stay in our Auberge. Unfortunately, like many small hotels in Montreal, we do not have an elevator in the hotel. We are very sorry for this inconvenience.
Stayed for two nights in a clean, quiet room. Great friendly service as they allowed us to keep our bags in storage until our room was ready (we arrived early) and also after check-out until we caught our plane. Good breakfast. In a great location,...More
Response from AubergeCSL, Gérant at Auberge du Carre St-LouisResponded 18 May 2017
We are very happy to have met all your expectations. Thank you. In fact, we propose to our customers a free luggage storage service for customers who arrive before the check-in time or for those who wish to store their bags at the time of...More
Our first experience was trying to check in at 130pm--room could not be available until 3pm. Next was the parking situation which I reserved over a month in advance and they were reluctant to give me a spot--finally convinced them to allow us to pay...More
Response from AubergeCSL, Gérant at Auberge du Carre St-LouisResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for your stay, but it is important to make clear certain points:
1. Registration starts at 3 pm, you arrive an hour and a half before. Well, until the rooms are thoroughly cleaned and verified, we can not delivered the rooms to the...More
To each his or her own.. I also stayed in room 403 and loved it (maybe they cleaned out the mold a previous reviewer mentioned). This auberge was a quiet oasis - but reasonably centrally located - with a great deck. Perfect for a spring...More
Response from AubergeCSL, Gérant at Auberge du Carre St-LouisResponded 4 weeks ago
We are very happy that you have enjoyed your stay in our Auberge. Thanks
Stayed for 3 nights in room 403. Did not feel safe or clean. Entry to the rooms via a staircase behind curtains. Noise in the ceiling sounded like animal trapped. Shampoo/ conditioner dispensers with mould. Dirty laundry outside my room on arrival at 2pm and...More
Response from AubergeCSL, Gérant at Auberge du Carre St-LouisResponded 5 May 2017
We are sorry that it was not a good experience for you, but we did everything possible and we responded to each of your multiples requests during your stay. Maybe a 3 star hotel does not fit your expectations of a five star hotel. And...More
US$101 - US$327 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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