A Montreal Oasis

Address: 3000 De Breslay Road, Montreal, Quebec, H3Y 2G7, Canada | B&B
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TravelPod Member ReviewsA Montreal Oasis

Reviewed by smilerontour

First class hostel!

Reviewed Oct 10, 2013
by (6 reviews) Weston-super-Mare , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

This is how to hostelling. Beautifully renovated former hotel which provides dorms and private rooms of various sizes, all of which have their own en-suite bathrooms. Modern, clean and contemporary, staff are friendly and very helpful.

In the basement is a gorgeous cellar bar where breakfast is served in the mornings and most evenings is host to variety of entertainment acts.

The free WiFi is strong throughout the entire hostel which makes life much easier.

Finally the location is perfect - just a few minutes walk from the airport bus terminus, the metro station, and the bars and restaurants of the village.

I would definitely stay again if in Montreal.

This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

TripAdvisor Reviews A Montreal Oasis

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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... caught us a little off guard! From there, we made our way on to the Notre Dame Basilica. From the outside, the building is nothing special. However, once you get inside, the architecture is very impressive. I have never seen anything as elaborate. Following on, we decided to meet up with the rest of the tour group for a couple of games of Laser Tag. It was a really fun evening and I was particularly happy with placing third overall in each game (competitive much!). Next stop, ...

The Old, and Cold, Montreal

A travel blog entry by oski on Dec 27, 2014

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... in the carriages outside.

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To Market, to Market!

A travel blog entry by gail_hart on Sep 09, 2014

3 comments, 15 photos

... the Hyatt Regency to meet Nicole and David for lunch. After a lovely lunch Jacynthe took us on a walking tour of the city.

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A travel blog entry by patrickverhaar on Jun 28, 2014

1 comment

Nothing much to say, just that I'll leave from home on Saturday morning and I will stay tyhe night in Trois-Rivières at a couch-surfer's place. 150km to do, mainly flat, a bit of wind in the back, so it should go fine.

To be confirmed Saturday evening!

Montreal....Je t'aime! :D

A travel blog entry by tigerjo on Nov 04, 2013

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... by night; and was blown away by the Beat Nation exhibition at the Musee d'art Contemporain - where aboriginal art meets hip hop/street culture. Montreal has so much to offer and this was in the dead season (as was apologetically explained to me by many a Montrealer) in the summer months the city plays host to an internationally renowned Jazz festival, a world fireworks competition, and much more besides. Perfect excuse for a return visit I say :D