The room was incredibly small. There was an armchair and an upholstered armless chair sitting side by side, facing the door, and it was impossible to put either one anywhere else in the room as there was NO floor space that would fit either one. The double bed was in an area with a wall on each side, and the walls were approximately 15 - 18 inches from the bed on each side. There was no table in the room, other than the bedside tables attached to the headboard, so nowhere you could sit to eat breakfast, unless you wanted to sit in a chair, eat off your lap, and look at the door. The bathroom was so small that your legs touched the heater when sitting on the toilet, unless you sat to the side. The "closet" was a moveable coat rack with a curtain on a shower-curtain type pole pulled around it. When my husband asked for the breakfast room in the morning, the person at the front desk said there wasn't one (language issue?).
The location was great - easy walk to Old Montreal and only a few blocks from the Village catering to the LGBT community. Snacks available in the afternoon were an unexpected bonus. The continental breakfast delivered to our room in a basket was a unique touch. Parking was conveniently located behind the hotel, at an additional cost.