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

Daniel Wilk

25/06/2013

Quality: Good; Common Areas: Good; Service: Good

I had my stay at Auberge for 3 nights. I accidentally left my passport in my room. They contacted me and mailed me my passport. Very friendly staff, and great location. Daniel

Qualité: Bon; Espaces communs: Bon; Service: Bon

Lors de mon séjour à l’Auberge Montréal Espace Confort pour 3 nuits. J’ai accidentellement laissé mon passeport dans ma chambre. Ils m’ont contacté et m’ont envoyé mon passeport. Leur personnel est très sympathique, et ils sont très bien situés. Daniel

Daniel Wilk, Montreal — 25th June, 2013
 

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