Quality Inn Downtown
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn Downtown Montreal
Nice, fairly clean (the vacuum can't seem to be able to get the edges). Huge room, it's on an old street full of brown bricks, really nice setting. Pub next door with a terrace right beneath my room so a little noisy perhaps ask for a front room.
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