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Montreal Hostels

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  • The 10 Best Hostels in Montreal, Canada

Budget travelers know there's no better way to make the most of their trip than by staying at a hostel: Save money for exploring during the day, and swap stories with fellow backpackers in the shared kitchen or bar in the evening. Dorm-style bedrooms with shared bathrooms are standard hostel fare, but private rooms are also available for those willing to pay a little more.

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  • Quite a good location, just 5 minutes from Lucien L'Allier metro and a street away from the main shopping street on rue Sainte Catherine. Also on the 747 airport express bus route. Although there isn't breakfast provided, there is a diner cafe downstairs which serves good breakfast and free flow of coffee. Accommodation both a youth hostel and hotel room style, very versatile. Quite clean and spacious too. Professionally well run. Will definitely come back to stay again the next time I am in Montreal.

  • Nothing, really. Terrible room. Rip-off. Possibly the worst hotel room ever. Should be advertised as a youth hostel or backpacker budget stay, NOT a hotel. Room a complete disgrace (#301). No in-house parking either, just terrible overall. Having to hike to a parking lot few blocks away. Terrible.

  • Youth hostel comfortable. People gentle. Everything was ok.

  • The room was dirty. The towels smelled bad. It was like a cheap youth hostel but it cost as much as a really nice hotel room. It was loud and we could hear the people above us walking around all night. Dingy and dirty - would not recommend.

  • The breakfast was included and was okay. A little bit like a youth Hostel but okay.

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