Montreal Airport Marriott In-Terminal Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMontreal Airport Marriott In-Terminal Hotel Dorval
We really cannot say much about the hotel. The room service was good and the room was comfortable.
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Today we got up at 05:30 to get down to departures and check in. There was an issue with us checking in, because the machine would not print out the luggage tags. In the future I will check us in and then we will get the desk to print the boarding passes and luggage tags. We tried using our phones, but they still print off the paper copies anyway. …
... school, what year they graduated and where they are currently living. The majority of people are still living in the Dorval area. Some people came from Ontario, one from Calgary, one from New Brunswick. All in all a great get together as organized by Mary Abbott, the founder of the IF YOU LIVED IN DORVAL YOU WILL REMEMBER...... Facebook page which has grown from about 12 people to over 1200 ...
... red and white checkered table cloths for me! Sounds perfect, right? The service sucked, the food was ridiculously salty and very slow to come out. To top it off, it was our most expensive meal (other than our dinner at Le Jules Verne). Luckily, I grabbed some tiramisu gelato at a place a few doors down from our apartment (Grom) and it was AMAZING!!! We tucked ourselves into bed nice and early and were up and out of bed by 4:00 this morning, heading to the airport to get this long day ...
... enjoying the constant thrum of the 20 – 30 or so drummers.
From here we headed up into the Mont Royal Park which is a large hill, summit at 233 meters, which affords great views of the city. We climbed and climbed, made our way up stairs and eventually made our way to a viewing balcony and took some great shots of the Montreal skyline (see photos). There is a law in Montreal that no building can be taller than the Mont Royal summit ...
... the Pantheon in Rome with its immense colonnaded edifice and domed ceiling. Since it was the weekend we were unable to take a peek inside but apparently the interior has 32 marble columns and coffered 20m ceiling in Italian renaissance style. The grandeur of this building means it could very easily be mistaken for a city hall or another notable government building rather than a bank. It is very impressive. On the southern edge of the square there were a few tacky tourist ...