Days Inn Montreal Airport
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Montreal Airport
The hotel was good for our purpose: short stay, close to the areas we were visiting and had beds and a washroom. The doors and door frames are older so they didn't fit quite right. We had to make sure the doors were pushed in to make sure they would close and lock. The check in was quick and easy which made it really easy after a long day of travelling and visiting with family. Check out was quick as well as all I had to tell them was our room numbers and drop the keys off. There is a small bar in the hotel that we were going to go to but seemed tiny and a bit awkward so we skipped it. It's good for people travelling on business as the hotel is not really close to anything (except the airport, which is really close).
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