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Cruises from Montreal depart from summer through fall.

A decidedly French atmosphere greets visitors to this Canadian city. Many cruise ships dock at the old town, putting the restaurants, shops and many of the major sites within walking distance. Visitors can tour the old town in a horse-drawn carriage. Other lures include the views from the Mont Royal lookout, a ride to the top of Olympic Park, the Western Hemisphere’s oldest public clock at the Sulpician Seminary and the Laurentian Mountains. The city hosts the renowned Montreal Jazz Festival in June and July.

 

 

 

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Testimonials

Super clean, friendly staff, and amazing neighbourhood

We came for a music festival.. We were in the heart of bars, bistros, microbreweries and restaurants. The room was smaller but very very clean, the staff was helpful and very pleasant. We were only there for sleeping. We found the bed very comfy. We didn’t have breakfast there as we were out and off to the local restaurants.. It was a little odd the set up, but the price and location (2 blocks from the metro) was perfect. We will be staying here the next time we are in Montreal!!

Megan B., — 11th of August, 2014