La Maison du Patriote

Address: 169, St-Paul Est, Montreal, Quebec, H2Y 1G8, Canada | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Vieux-Montreal area of Montreal, is near Notre-Dame Basilica (Basilique Notre-Dame), Château Ramezay Museum, Bonsecours Market (Marche Bonsecours), and Le Bateau-Mouche.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Maison du Patriote Montreal

      Reviewed by riddler

      old part of Montreal

      Reviewed Jun 23, 2012
      by (21 reviews) Frankfurt , Germany Flag of Germany

      one step out of the door and you stand in the middle of the city center. With a lot of nice restaurant, near the habour (2 Min). Very good place to start long walks. Every time again.
      The best are the lot of tips at the walls inside the hostel. Everything what do ask yourself (supermarket, train, what must I see....) you find there your answers. Very helpful

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

      TripAdvisor Reviews La Maison du Patriote Montreal

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Montreal

      Montreal madness

      A travel blog entry by eaz on Jul 03, 2013

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... smothering a very tired Zoe with love... Tatiana, Morgan and magnolia enjoyed the mint chocolate cake the pilots brought along! After a quck dinner of vender van asian food, we stArted heading down to the jazz fest. Caught some acrobatic girls, some clumsy magicians... Then time to put the kids to bed. Aunt Harriet, having enjoyed Zoe's company earlier in the day, had offered to watch Zoe so Alex and I could ...

      Snow Village with a great snow bar.Drinks on ice!!

      A travel blog entry by rubyroy on Jan 19, 2013

      44 photos

      ... is done. You will actually be able to see where the electric wiring goes through the walls.

      The halls are also made of a mold then , trucks will slowly pull the bold out the moulds once the ice is hard and solid

      Each room is sculpted by a different artist.
      Each artist has his or her own room to sculpt and create on the premises.
      The artists are almost all ice sculptors who are also hired by the other Montreal ...

      Making our way to Montreal

      A travel blog entry by williamluff on Jul 10, 2012

      3 photos

      ... immigration before we find ourselves hanging round the baggage hall watching everyone's bag but ours appear. Mine eventually does but while we nervously scan for Paul's something rather surreal happens. A man approaches, carrying a baby, and starts speaking French rapidly to me while proffering his child. "Parlez vous Anglais?" I ask. "Oui, oui. Will you hold mon bebe?" Errrrr. And before I can answer he thrusts his daughter into my arms to mine and ...

      More french than Paris

      A travel blog entry by paulgoesglobal on Oct 12, 2011

      ... french, but now I was back in the thick of it in Quebec.

      That being said, Montreal was a lovely city. I spent the morning of the first day walking through the old city, which was very french, so french in fact that I had a delicious baguette and a cafe au latte for breakfast. There were plenty of towering 17th century buildings and I ran into a church that must surely have been a copy of the Sacre Cour.

      Poutine Perfection

      A travel blog entry by pwong on Jun 13, 2011

      23 photos

      Montreal is the perfect place to chill out and just laze around - though it's got dozens of museums and countless festivals during the summertime, Montreal seems to be best enjoyed strolling around and browsing, then stopping for a coffee, drink, or bite to eat. There seem to be countless streets that are packed with bakeries, bars, boutiques, cafes, patios, restaurants ... so many distractions ...