Le Jazz St. Denis
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Jazz St. Denis Montreal
There seemed to be a lack of management at this Hostel. Whilst the young lady who did the cleaning was very nice and thorough other staff seemed to enjoy socializing rather than actually doing their job. The kitchen and garden area was not kept very clean even though staff were sat out there most days. If you go now it might be different but we had a bad experience when we were there. Also breakfast was late one day.
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a good long evening chat I finally headed back to my compartment where I found
it had been made up by the porter for the night.
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different experience. Some rock you to sleep, others the noise from the wheels
kind of make one sleep but as this one goes ...
... but we can't understand each other.
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