Jeanne-Mance Park (French: Parc Jeanne-Mance), also known as Fletcher’s Field,[1] is an urban park in Montreal, located in the borough of Le Plateau Mont-Royal.[2] It is named after the co-founder of Montreal, Jeanne Mance. It is situated on Park Avenue, opposite Mount Royal, and just south of Mount Royal Avenue. The park features playgrounds, two softball fields, courts, a soccer field, a children’s swimming pool (in the summer) and outdoor skating rinks (in the winter).

An Art Deco drinking fountain with an inscription in honour of Louis Rubenstein is located at the corner of Mount Royal Avenue and Park Avenue.

 

 

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Great value, great location!

We stayed for a full week and had an overall great experience. The hotel was a wonderful deal for the price we paid. The location is excellent with dozens of restaurants of all types in easy walking distance since this area is near the Universite de Quebec a Montreal. We had a room with shared bath that was large enough for two people. The bed was comfortable. The Internet connection was faster than many. Breakfast included croissants, eggs, bread, cereal, juice, and coffee. We had more than enough to eat. My one complaint was unreliable hot water–sometimes fine, sometimes only warm. All the staff were friendly. Some guests could have been quieter when they came in at 3:30 am after the bars closes, but that’s not really the hotel’s fault. I would stay here again.

Robert H., Michigan, USA — February 2015