x The average starting price for a place to stay in Montreal is £61 per night.
1245 Rue St-Andre Montreal, QCExcellent 94%
dk.carpenter This was my first visit to Canada, so it could be that all the hostels there are this good - but this was a truly excellent hostel. The whole place has recently been refurbished, and the standard of cleanliness was high. I stayed in a 16 bed mixed dorm, and this came with ensuite shower room, seperate ensuite bathroom (shower, toilet, sink), 2 large wall-mounted flatscreen TVs, free wireless internet and 2 power points by each bed. Towels are provided for the showers, and breakfast is included - this consists of toast, waffles, boiled eggs, muffins, orange-juice, tea, and coffee in a buffet-style arrangement. The kitchen comes with two large ovens and a large fridge-freezer, microwave and toasters, along with basic pots/pans/cutlery etc. Lockers are available for valuables, padlocks for these can be obtained for a $10 deposit. The reception area also has a small bottle-bar, with some very good beers available, and a small seating area. The staff were universally friendly and helpful, and had a ready supply of maps and leaflets for those looking for something to do in the city. Access is via an electronic keycard, and the reception area is manned 24hrs, so no problems coming and going late at night. Latest checkout on the day of departure is 11am. Finally, the price was remarkably low - very good value for money indeed. I highly reccommend this hostel.
1586 St-Hubert Montreal, QuebecExcellent 91%
liz.jukovs Great location, friendly front desk, clean and comfy facilities. Overall, a great, cheap way to stay in Montreal.
threefates We really enjoyed our stay. The staff were helpful and friendly. The rooms were very clean, if small, and it was an added bonus to have a little kitchenette. The buffet continental breakfasts were very handy and quite tasty. The location was central and we were able to walk almost everywhere from the hotel. On the odd occasion when we used the metro, there is a station nearby. The reception closes at 9pm - we only just made it and had no idea. There are 5 floors and no elevator, so you might want to request a room on a lower floor if you don't like stairs.
dominicdep The people at the hostel were very nice and the rooms and facilities were very clean... overall more than you could expect for the price. I readily recommend this to anyone who is looking to stay in Montréal. The atmosphere is very relaxed and since it is privately owned and run it does not at all radiate the "charme" of other, bigger hostels. If I would run a hostel, this is what I would want it to be like.
sweet-dece People are very nice... the room is not too big but fair enough if you just need a place to sleep. Not enough hot water for shower though. But, overall, I'm satisfied. I may not be very, very satisfied but I'm not disappointed either. It's just fair... The cost and the location. One thing I guarantee you, people, the reception, in this hostel are very nice.
mahbubur.rahman It's a tidy and nice place to stay. Staffs are cordial. I suggest to add more items in breakfast. I recommend others to stay this hostel.
1854 St. Catherine Street West Montreal, QuebecAwesome 88%
timrasmuss Great place to stay but misleading photos advertised. Was very good and clean and private but expected more of a social atmosphere. Owner very helpful
l-omo One particular host, "H", extends his Canadian welcome with gusto and extended vibrance. Perhaps on his presence alone I would recommend this place. It's not overwhelmingly affordable but was quiet, clean, and well-lived. Sure, you're not gonna write home about the schluppy couches or ever present hostel bunk-beds but the second story porch is perfect, the staff is pleasant and the location is lovely...The perfect beginner's platform to Montreal.
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