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Pool Table, Ping-Pong, Game Room
Wired internet is available in the hotel rooms and charges apply.
WiFi is available in public areas and charges apply.
Private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed) and charges apply.
Vending Machine (drinks), Vending Machine (snacks), 24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, ATM on site, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying
Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Elevator, Heating, Designated Smoking Area
From 3:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Up to three children under 18 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for cribs in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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In downtown Montreal, this hotel is less than a 5-minute walk from the Saint-Laurent subway station. It is just over half a mile from Old Montreal and every room provides free Wi-Fi.
Score from 487 reviews Very good
In the district of Côte-des-Neiges, 2 blocks from the University of Montreal, this hotel is 1 block from the Côte-des-Neiges subway station. It features suites with free Wi-Fi.
Score from 233 reviews Very good
This Montréal hotel is on Crescent Street, within walking distance of the Bell Centre sports and entertainment venue. The hotel has free Wi-Fi.
Score from 597 reviews Good
Within a 7-minute drive of Montreal city centre and popular attractions including historic Old Montreal, this hotel offers bed and breakfast-style accommodation along with friendly service and...
Score from 117 reviews Review score
-hotels are overpriced in Montreal, this was the cheapest we could get, and was at par with hostels, service was about the same, minus cooking facilities. -clean
-trying to charge us daily charge to have internet in room, come on, its free in every donut shop these days. -stayed only 2 nights so i could manage, but everything about it is designed to cramp as many people into a a small space as possible, if I was a FT student it would drive me nuts, i wouldve left if i was staying a week. - 2.5 star accommodation
Cheap but there are cheaper better hostels which book very fast
Noise Limited wifi Small badly heated rooms Staff woke me up early the day of my check out Far from shopping places, need to take public transport to reach touristic areas
This is about to be the most official review you've ever read. Please note that although I have stayed here before, my overall experiences were the same. LENGTH OF STAY: 2 weeks - August 9-23 PRICE - Roughly $575 after conversion to USD GENERAL OVERVIEW: The first thing you need to understand is that Les Studios Hotel is actually situated on the Universite de Montreal campus. It's marketed and advertised separately because the "main" building is completely separate, and right along the street. The University campus is quite large, and more than likely you will be staying in a separate building - the dorms, or "residences. " YOU WILL STAY IN A TRADITIONAL DORM. YOU WILL SHARE A SHOWER, BATHROOM, AND COMMON AREA. If this is not your style, do not book here, it's as simple as that. ROOM: Superior Standard Single - I rented this room at first for 4 days, and ultimately decided to extend my stay another 10. The first time I stayed here, I was actually located in the main building of Les Studios where you check in. THIS TIME I was in a completely separate building, up above in the heart of the campus, which is actually referred to as LES STUDIOS RESIDENCES within the building. As it is on a college campus, this is a main dorm building. The room is basically a 10 x 12 concrete college dorm room. The pictures show a painted red room, but really THIS ROOM is solid white painted concrete. There is a single bed, and the sheets and (1) pillow were clean. Nothing fancy, as neither was the comforter, that was more a blanket. It was thin, which was actually perfect for the weather. I didn't use it as much as it seemed like it may have been stained - hard to really tell with the print. There is 2 pull-out drawers under the bed which come in handy. You also get a small bureau with one place to hang clothes, and basically 4 small shelves that were more than enough. A small desk is in the room with a computer chair.
I'd recommend booking a stay here earlier in the summer, if you can get a reservation. I just happened to be staying right when the kids were starting to move back for school, so there was probably a little bit more messy social traffic than usual in the residences. Also a quick note, there are elevators in buildings, but the buildings themselves are built onto and up hills, which means WEAR YOUR WALKING SHOES. Also keep this in mind, as people were having some trouble maneuvering wheeled bags up hills, stairs, and over rocky potholed pavement throughout the campus.
It was the best price in the area that weekend
No air conditioning, elevator smelled like something had died in it, access through the building was confusing.
Liked that windows opened, liked the sink in bedroom, and the quiet on my side of the building. Security employee was helpful about finding the distant parking lot when the small close one was full.
staff (a new hire) did not know how to help when small parking lot was full late at night. He could have had more training, info, maps, knowledge about how to pay for parking elsewhere. etc...
Hotel close to the metro stop.
Rooms without access to the Internet.
Room was too small for two singles. There was blood stains under the bed and on the sheet of the single pull out. There weren't any sheets for the pull out. The shared bathroom was tiny and it included the toilet! Very small if three were in there at once. Well impossible. Breakfast wasn't the best but ok. Parking was extra but it was a real trek down or up.
I parked my car and walked or rode metro
Cheap hotel, close to Downtown Montreal, close to the subway, good neighborhood
Other residents can be a bit noisy sometimes, shared bathroom
Value for money; Proximity to underground stations; On-site parking; Clean and everything worked; Fridge in room (handy for lunch items); Excellent views from top of block; Quiet/peaceful area.
Children's rooms in different block from parents and no phone/easy access; Only one room key per room (this mattered because of room location); Little provision for self-catering, e.g. no cutlery/crockery for hot drinks;
I was treated well and they were friendly. It had refrigerator and sink in the bedroom. Good lighting and desk.
Smelly sheets. Bad smell when I approached the shared bathroom. Mattress covered so generating heat on my back.
It was Look like Dormitory. It isn't Hotel. It is dormitory.
Nice quiet location, close to metro, bixi station in the grounds and friendly staff.
* room was incredibly hot and the mattress just a plastic-covered bit of foam. * no wifi in the rooms, only in reception (although you can pay $5 a night for the ethernet socket in your room to be turned on). * only the kitchen in the reception was usable - all utensils from the other kitchens by the rooms had been removed.
Although the location is in the middle of nowhere, there is a good subway connection to the city centre. The rooms are clean.
- no air conditioning - no wifi in the room (there's a cable connection) - shared bathrooms
Headline sais it all.Its not the ritz carlton.The elevators stank like rotting garbage.But if your looking for a cheap place to rest your head there you go.I doubt I would go back there but like.It was cheap cheap cheap.So its up too you I guessl
The use of the common rooms and the laid back atmosphere.
The subway ride downtown was a little lengthy.
Bed was too small . No AC
The style of the room and building. If you are getting the cheapest room, you might want to ask the hotel for their real photos, as you might be surprised after you arrive.
The double was fair for the money spent, but nothing special.
The room had a hard floor, and there was no AC. We had a small fan that did hardly anything. The room was hot and stuffy
Heat Bed size No private washrooms No cleaning service
security and its being less crowded
it is too expensive for what it offers
I liked that we had a fridge in the room and a basin, and that when we complained that the room was too small for two people, they gave us another single room so that we both had our own rooms.
That the website is not clear enough about the fact that if you book a twin room you don't actually get two separate single beds but one single bed with a pullout trundle bed, which then leaves no space left in the room at all.
Worst bed I've ever slept on and I think the residence may have a serious mold problem
It was the worse hotel i stayed in my life ! DON'T GO!!!
The ability to rent a bike and be on Mont Royal in under 15 minutes.
The staff pretending my reservation was never confirmed, the floor buttons falling out of the elevator, the cobwebs in my room, the people attempting to break into my room at 4 in the morning.