Auberge du Vieux-Port

Address: 97 Rue de la Commune East, Montreal, Quebec, H2Y 1J1, Canada | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Vieux-Montreal area of Montreal, is near Notre-Dame Basilica (Basilique Notre-Dame), Jet Boating Montreal, Saute-Moutons / Lachine Rapids Jet Boat Tours, and Le Bateau-Mouche.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsAuberge du Vieux-Port Montreal

    Reviewed by 2wheels4life

    Worth very Penny

    Reviewed Dec 26, 2013
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    Stayed in the lofts. Nicole and I had the top corner loft with a great view..

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Auberge du Vieux-Port Montreal

    So So Stay at the AUBERGE

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    We stayed for one weekend in one of the suites they have available- @ a separate location from the main hotel. While the room was spacious and well equiped, the bathroom was dated and small. Great fireplace, clean sheets, air control in room, furniture really nice. But the smell from the restaurant downstairs was horrible! Nothing like burnt onions too ruin your stay. I had my husband buy air freshener from across the street. Valet parking great. So other than a few glitches it was a pretty nice stay. Reasonably priced too.

    Simply wonderfull

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    Great place. Excellent rooms and service. Breakfest was terrific and staff friendly attentative and helpfull. Only problem is they would not take a reservation for next summer yet.

    Good, But....

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    My wife, son and self stayed here two nights last April 2002. Liked it very much HOWEVER the valet parking service managed to scrape and dent the side door (to a tune of c. $500 U.S. damages.) First, they did not tell us and we didn't notice it until we got near home. A call to them, then two subsequent letters went UNANSWERED. Don't they have insurance for this sort of thing? (Lucky it was only a Ford and not a Rolls or Jag!) These accidents do happen. What we disliked was their IGNORING our appeal which was reasonable. Consequently, we don't recommend you go to this otherwise friendly establishment unless you walk. A case of good staff, bad ownership/management we guess.

    Exceptional

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    Had a wonderful week-end. Great place to relax!

    Great Hotel in the Historical Center

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    I went here with my best friend and his family a little less than a year ago for the opening of a new Cirque show. The hotel was a big part of the experience. The whole hotel has this beautiful cinnamon scent and it is tastefully decorated. A very welcoming environment that is highly complimented by the friendly and very helpful staff. The rooms are spacious with wood floors, medium sized bathrooms and nice views of the old city. Their breakfast service is good and their dinner menu is one of the best in town. Our stay here was amazing and I can't wait to return.

    Most charming hotel

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    I had planned a huge suprise for my girlfriend on the weekend of January 17th. I took her to this wonderful charming hotel to propose. Thanks to all the wonderful staff who coordinated my weekend, our stay couldn't have turned out more perfect. We have now planned to make the Auberge du Vieux-Port a yearly visit. EXCELLENT!!!!!

    A very nice old Inn

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    A very nice old Inn in the nicest section of Montreal. The service is attentive and friendly and the staff are more than willing to help with any arrangements such as dinner reservations or city tours.

    The rooms with their stone walls, hardwood floors and tiled bathrooms are lovely, unique and spacious. However, the "jacuzzi" in our room (which we paid extra for) was not really a jacuzzi at all but a small "jacuzzi bathtub/shower" - it was a disappointment to discover this upon arrival. Rooms with a harbor view can be a bit noisy with the trains and early morning traffic - I'd recommend a room over the pedestrian cobbled streets instead.

    The place has the general ambiance of a small hotel in an old black & white film - a bit creaky but charming. The off season room rates are reasonable, the full breakfasts and wine & cheese evenings are nothing spectacular but still, a nice touch and even the valet parking is easy & inexpensive. All in all a very nice place to stay for a weekend away.

    Excellent Inn

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    This little inn is perfect for a weekend getaway. Friendly service, great food (breakfast and dinner) and cozy room.

    Wonderful Stay

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    A very unique hotel well located right on the water in old Montreal. Convenient to the metro and other parts of the city.

    The rooms are very comfortable with a decor much different than the typical chain or tourist hotel.

    The staff is very attentive and friendly.

    Breakfast is pretty good (included with the room) with lots of choices, although the quality of some of the cooked items could be a bit better.

    Only disadvantage is that our room (overlooking the water) was a little noisy from the hardwood floors above us and morning train and delivery trucks outside the window.

    Overall a great experience that we highly recommend.

    What a great experience

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    This was one of the best places we have stayed and we can't say enough about the service. I can't wait to go back!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Auberge du Vieux-Port Montreal

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

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