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?
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Studio Montreal
Travelers also looked at:
TripAdvisor Reviews Studio Montreal
Travel Blogs from Montreal
... Have the chocolate-pear one fresh out of the oven with a latte or the almond or the plain. All yummy! Or feast your eyes on all the patisseries or hand-made chocolates. Heaven.
Of course, we have also found some nice restaurants since we last wrote and the stand-out one is, again, only a short walk away, called le Quartier General ...
... cooling syrup to create a still-warm viscous lollypop of the maple syrup, which he ate immediately.
We were fascinated and watched it happen a few times before ordering our own and rolling it up to try. The syrup was still warm, but not hot, and had the texture of a taffy or soft caramel, but with a rich, roasted maple syrup flavor. It was very fun to try, and the next time I'm staying somewhere with fresh snow I'll try to recreate ...
... street the rainbow flags are flown in the store fronts. There are also some interesting shops there too. We continue the walk along to the Latin Quarter and from the street we were walking on, nothing too exciting to report.
I want to shoot some cool streets back in Old Montreal so we head over. I love how the streets look so European. Its not so busy today so I'm free to stand in the middle of the cobblestone streets to take my shots. Hinesh and I take turns ...
... treating them with dignity. • Almost no one leaves tips to waiters and when we give them one, they are really surprised and grateful. • Irish people never drink Black Velvet, and even warn us that drinking one is at our own risk. No Irish Car Bomb either • Irish people love Chirstmas decoration, all year long! • The houses are very nice and very well maintained. • There are really a lot of pubs. Really! But convenience stores, not so many... • ...
... the current temporary exhibition, Mediterranean archaeology, pre-Columbian art, African art and a hall of bronzes.Then there's decorative arts and design, International art, Quebec and Canadian art, an art and education center, an auditorium, cafe and even a concert hall in a former church. Needless to say, it would've been impossible to see all of it in one day and I dared not try. Instead, I made my way through some of the permanent collections in International ...