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In comparison to Quebec City, Montreal is a much bigger city and although predominantly French speaking, many more people speak English.
The highlight of our time in Montreal was taking a guided bike tour rather than a bus tour. We were lucky enough to be the only two people on the tour so we ended up with the tour guide all to ourselves which was a real treat. The tour took us around Le Vieux Port (the old port) which had some lovely views over the St Lawrence River. ...
... back along the St Laurence River through the suburbs of LaSalle and Verdun.
The canal was built to create a shipping path around the rapids in the river. The ride was flat and pretty easy going. The canal has 6 locks, and perhaps even more fascinating was the amazing array of low level bridges across the canal for roads and railways that either lifted (drawbridge and lifting spans) or rotated to allow shipping traffic to pass. It was clear though that the canal was ...
... a little different.
Throughout the first days, whilst it's always enjoyable exploring a new place/city; I was a long time thinking that I wouldn't find any area that I could say I 'liked' about Montreal, but then we found the Vieux Port (old town) area which was lovely. Our timing not great (again!) because the area was already tucked up for winter, but still plenty of river, architecture and park space that kept the camera busy.
... brushed my teeth then to reception to check out.
In to the Davis office at 9 and set myself up in an empty space around the meeting table. It was a surprisingly quiet day, Antoine was checking through MMP production orders that we hadn't been able to settle or calculate the variance on.
I had lunch from the Boucherie Davis at around 12:30.
I helped Loane out a bit with reports in SAP and BW to get the information she was ...
... days of the 1640s when French settlers disembarked here on the St Lawrence River and established their colony, it's pretty and full of charm and character. And at its heart is the Basilica de Notre Dame, one of the most amazing churches in the world. Situated on the Places d'Armes, its exterior was constructed in just four years but the jawdropping interior took ten times as long. Profoundly beautiful it is quite spectacular and despite having visited it ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Le Petit Prince Montreal
Couldn't ask for anything better
We had a great time in Montreal for New Years Celebration. Special thanks to Jonathan, Robert and Moka for being such great hosts. You can't really ask for a better place while visiting Montreal.
I just returned from a week in MTL and stayed the full week at Le Petit Prince. The room was spacious, beautifully appointed and a romantic nest for our stay. The breakfasts, prepared by Jonathan, were different each day and always delicious. Fresh fruit, coffee prepared anyway you desire, daily baked breads, crepes, eggs and an awesome chef, what more could you ask? Robert or Jonathan were happy to provide you with help planning your day or if you just need a restaurant suggestion, they were the best of hosts. I can't wait until my next visit.
Romantic, Beautiful, and Reasonable
Stayed two nights, tried out two of their beautiful rooms, enjoyed every minute of it. If you are looking for a friendly place to stay with impecable taste look no further. The location is great, the breakfast is unbeatable, and the guys are the nicest hosts you'll find.
This is now the only place I will stay when visiting MTL. I only wish I could go more often. Thanks guys!
Relaxing & Romantic
The room was comfortable and wonderfully decorated, the tub was blissful. The hosts, Jonathon & Robert, are friendly yet unintrusive. A good place just to relax or to explore the city.
Exquisite Jewel of a B&B
Awakening each morning to the aroma of baking pastries, I knew that my stay at Le Petit Prince B&B would offer a haven of comfort on a daily basis. And it did. I was greeted each morning with a steaming cappuccino and gourmet breakfast that I suspect will quickly move this B&B to a five-star rating. The rooms are works of art, spacious but cozy, with whirlpool baths that offer the chance for complete relaxation at the end of a day of exploring Montreal. Le Petit Prince is located within walking distance of multiple points of interest, and innkeepers Jonathan and Robert are welcoming and helpful in orienting travelers to the city. I would recommend this B&B without hesitation, and have already, to many of my friends and family!
We stayed at Le Petit Prince for just one night, but what a great place to stay instead of the usual cattle drive of the major hotels in each and every big city. Although the "Prince" is located in the middle of Montreal, once you are inside, busy city sounds are silenced. The "Prince" is very centrally located, walking distance to St. Catherine Street, many restaurants, Oldtown, and shopping. The rooms are beautiful art-deco, the in-room jacuzzi is wonderfully relaxing, and the hosts are perhaps the most personable, knowledgeable and helpful that I have ever known. Robert sat down with us for a good half hour to give us suggestions and ideas for the day we were there, as well as directions on how to get there, and Jonathan's breakfast was incomparable. Can't be beat. This place is a can't miss if you are in Montreal. Check the web-site.
We stayed at the Petite Prince B&B for week on Oct. 8th. They have four rooms that have been wonderfully designed, each one with a different theme. Breakfast was served on our balcony and was always a gourmet delight. Jonathon Marshall the Chef and host was inredable at making us feel at home. I have absolutely no reservations in recommending this spectacular little B&B. We tried three of the four rooms during the week and liked the Ivory room the best.Alex Laird.
Forget your guide book at home Jonathan and Robert will tell you all about the best kept secrets in Montreal. This is truly the perfect place to stay while you are in Montreal - either for romance or for business. I stayed at Le Petit Prince for one night in October 2003 and I choose it because not only did I love what I saw on their website, but also because it is centrally located on a beautiful little quiet street. You can walk to places like Old Montreal and Downtown area streets such as St. Catherine, Sherbrooke, and St. Laurent quite easily or you can easily hop on the Metro the subway station is just around the corner. I loved my stay here. My room was absolutely gorgeous dark hardwood and white tile floors, 2 sets of huge windows that open (with little built in sitting areas so you can get comfy with some pillows and watch the world go by), a brick fireplace, a Jacuzzi (even with bubble bath), a mini fridge (with complimentary beverages), a stereo (you can borrow CDs from their fine collection downstairs), a very, very cozy sleigh bed - and last, but not least - a delicious 3-course breakfast in the morning (doesnt freshly squeezed OJ and a latté count as one course!?!). Jonathon, Robert and little sweet Mocha were amazing and very generous hosts and they have a very beautifully designed abode in the most beautiful and romantic city in Canada.
A perfect place to stay in Montreal
We recently stayed at Le Petit Prince for 3 nights and what a perfect place to stay while visiting Montreal - 2 minutes from the Metro, downtown, shopping, restaurants, etc. - we didn't need our car once. If Montreal is the Paris of the North, Le Petit Prince is the kind of establishment to make you feel you really have escaped to Europe - artfully decorated, lots of ambience, and wonderful hosts, Jonathan and Robert who graciously help you find your away around with lots of suggestions, ideas and maps. The breakfasts were outstanding - what a treat to have cappucccino every morning! You'll love your stay here.
Bev and Mac
This bed and breakfast is the perfect getaway in Montreal. It is steps away from all the sites in the city. The rooms are beautifully decorated and the jacuzzi is a nice end to a day full of site-seeing.
Check out the website. The breakfast is great and the coffee beats the 2nd cup cafe. Make sure to linger in the breakfast area. You are sure to meet some interesting people.