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Pretty good location near to train station and shopping mall. Free wi-fi, quite tasty breakfest spot, tv and even bike rent is avaliable from hostel. Good service, comfort noteworthy. Classic student hostel.
I stayed for four weeks and would do it again! The staff is really nice, and they make you breakfast every morning!
The rooms are clean and quiet and even if you stay with 12 other people in a room, you don't have the feeling...More
I can't believe I stayed here for 2 nights but I had to because the price was reasonable. The female dorm I was in however was poorly maintained. Bathroom was old and the atmosphere was not so "good". The window beside my dorm bed had...More
Had booked for four nights, but I enjoyed my stay as well as Montreal very much. Its the cheapest hostel I have ever stayed in, which I welcomed after paying $45 a night in Banff. The common area is pretty cool and its easy to...More
I went to Montreal with a friend for one night. Since we are international students, we looked for cheap hostels for a one night accommodation. We were allotted two beds in the female dormitory. I knew all these details since I had done the booking...More
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