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The Hotel Lord Berri is a so-so place. We checked in and had our room switched to another even before we could get back from the parking lot next door to the hotel. While the room was relatively clean, it was also a bit musty....More
I've stayed at this hotel at least a 1/2 dozen times over the years and never had any issues. The parking is limited so I just park at Place Dupuis which is right around the corner. The rooms are "institutional" but everything works fine and...More
We stayed here during the Montreal grand prix with a group of 40 other people, and even though the hotel was full nothing seemed like to much trouble. There was never a long wait for service at the reception desk or at breakfast.
This hotel looks to be a very good choice for who is traveling by bus, since it's one block away from the main Montreal bus terminal in Rue Berri.
My room was quite big and has everything I could need: refrigerator, coffee machine, tv (of...More
The front desk are nasty, seem like they dont really want to help us or answer to any of our question. We ask to book another room and she told us it would be 109 with tax. Which is the same price as the room...More
Montreal's towering skyline is concentrated in the Downtown area, its nexus of commerce and commercialism. A suffusion of luxury hotels, flagship stores, high-end restaurants, and corporate headquarters characterize the neighborhood, which by nightfall transforms from a business district into a youth-culture hotspot, with hip bars, clubs, and restaurants heavily peopled by students and young
professionals. The once-seat of millionaire's 'Golden Square Mile', an incongruity of stately mansions and dapper brownstones sit between glass skyscrapers, creating a visually lush urban landscape. Beneath the sidewalks lay the Underground City, the world's largest below-ground mall, a labyrinth of over 1,500 shops and eateries that echo the profusion of cafes, gallerias, cinemas, and fashion outlets above. From the scholarly array at McGill University to the carousing crowds of Rue Crescent, visit Downtown to shop by day for what you'll wear there by night.