Aloft Montreal Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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.
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... around for a while trying to find a pathed route but Montreal (and Norther America so far in my experience) does not cater for disabilities. So we turned around and went back down the hill. (I later found out that Canadians do not appreciate it being referred to as a hill, it is a Mountain!) Samuel wanted to go shopping as I had promised him the day before that I would buy some caramel popcorn. So he was a man on a mission. We found an entrance to the underground ...
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... stumbled across anything of interest. We crossed the road and began to walk along the old port promenade. We passed the first quay, Quai Alexandra which is the eastern most pier along the canal. On the south side of this pier there is an abandoned 17 storey tall concrete silo which is a reminder Montreal's former glory as a major grain port. As we headed north we passed another quay/pier called Quay Jacques Cartier which is considered the focal point of the old port. There were ...
Every great adventure starts with a great destination, great lodgings and amazing food.
We began our voyage on a bus, full of persons destined for Baghdad, for some reason, via Ottawa. We then checked into the cheapest airport hotel we could find online. $60 for 5 hours of econo slumber. Oh, I forgot the food - foot long chicken breast from Subway.
All the best for the newly ...
... in LA of 1.5 hours to catch the next flight from LA to Detroit. Just enough time to clear immigration, collect his bags and put them through the connections counter.
The flight to Detroit was 4.5 hours and landed at 4:30pm. He had another short stopover in Detroit and back on the plane for departure at 5:45pm. The flight to Montreal was just under 2 hours.
Meanwhile in Montreal...... At 12 we decided to go for lunch, ...