Hotel Universel Montreal
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Universel Montreal
Well positioned for access to metro and Olympic centre. Great sized room with 2 queen beds. Nice to have 2 arm chairs also, although only one chair for the desk area. mini fridge with freezer section is a bonus. Good soundproofing in rooms. Great breakfast special for $7.50. Got good deal on room cost for 4* hotel.
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Lots of young hockey players at breakfast with seating at a premium until they left which was not long after we arrived. Hot breakfast was scrambled egg and sausage patty.
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... downtown Poitier and just as ugly. In the city centre detail-less and shiny towers not only dominate the remnants of a rich 19th century building style, but stand shamelessly next to them leering down in a middle finger salute to the arrogance of the banks that built them.
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