Aloft Montreal Airport
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TravelPod Member ReviewsAloft Montreal Airport
When I first saw the area I did not really like it.When we stepped in to the lobby I was really impressed.It had a modern look to it.The rooms are a good size and are very comfortable.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Aloft Montreal Airport
Travel Blogs from Montreal
... heavier, and most of the grandstand had left before we made the same choice. The half hour walk back to the underground station saw us getting well and truly soaked through. It got to the point where water was coming out of our shoes with each step we took. We were going to explore some more of the city, but us being drowned rats put pay to that plan, so we returned to the studio and dried our clothes. Tomorrow's a new day,and the forecast says it's going to be dry ...
... our way through the miles of underground shopping malls built for the very cold winters here.
Today Kit went off to hire a bike and rode over the bridges to some of the thousand islands in the St Lawrence River.
Slow start for the rest of us and wandered through the centre weaving in and out of shops above and below ...
Ah! My French sucks. And Montreal is just the beginning. To be honest - was not a fan of Montreal when I first arrived. Was very overwhelmed. I had been exposed to French a little on the west coast of course but you always get an English and a French explanation. In Montreal it was just French. So you look a little puzzled trying to work out what they say and then they realise and turn straight to English like it's all they know. It makes me extremely jealous - to speak ...
... Halifax and Charlottetown. It is also very French, which I will admit is a little strange to find in North America. We made the transition from bilingual signs and announcements to French signs with a bit of English if you're lucky. In the museums and attractions both languages had a place, but with French preceding English this time. You can't fault them, after all the French are the majority in Quebec, although for the most part their English is fluent also.
I enjoyed ...