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... this has olde buildings, but without any of the charm or novelty of the small town setting. A hung around these two areas for most of the afternoon before heading back to the hostel only to be once again sidetracked by the Gay Pride. On a large patch of grass half way between a park and a village green they were holding a music festival to round off the week of activites. Good sound system. The city itself is generally unspectacular. It's ...
... there was a bench and picnic table in the water and we soent a good hour soaking up the sun there, blissful! Then bought some pesto and cooked some pasta before getting a tad lost trying to find Mont Royal in the dark. But we got there in the end and the view was well worth jt. Tiphanie and I bought iced capaccinos on the way back which were amazing! Went to bed around midnight and actually slept through until about 8.30! Another successful ...
... and there are even power points for charging batteries. All
drinks (except for one juice, soft drink or coffee) and all food have to be
bought. We have a window seat, and a very organised lady beside us, whose first
act after sitting down is to get out her antiseptic cloths and wipe down her
seat, screen, table etc. Luckily she
spies that the bank of three seats opposite has only one person in them, so
moves over there, leaving us with ...
... like New York. They have got a great shopping district, art, bistros and a hill from where you have a nice view over the city. There also hip districts with cooler houses and shops. The park on the Mount Royal is so nice in autumn with the foliage. And of course the cool thing about Montreal is that everyone speaks French and English. I must have something French on me ...
... I’d prefer it heated, of course. But perhaps on very hot days, it will be perfect! Anyway, we all gathered on the back decks and waved to all the parents and families we were leaving behind. I was singing "Bye Bye, Baby" to myself just like the scene in “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes,” when the cruise ship leaves and Marilyn Monroe, Jane Russell & chorus are singing and waving farewell. My sisters know what I’m ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel 10 Montreal
My problem with hotels in Montreal has always been location. The best have been in the downtown business district, which is increasingly untrendy, or in Vieux Montreal, a remote location that's too touristy by day and too sleepy by night. The Godin is a new high-design property on Sherbrooke and St. Laurent. For gourmands and shoppers, its within walking distance of the great restos and shops in the Plateau Montreal. For arts hounds, it's a block from the Place des Arts. For history buffs, yes, it's walking distance to the old town (via Chinatown). And for gays, it's a 10-minute stroll to the Village. Rooms are large, extremely functional, and very comfortable. In place of the never-used tub, baths have oversized, glassed-in showers. Windows are well soundproofed. And the staff is both gorgeous and helpful. My vote for best in the city.
Had an amazing time at Hotel Godin.
I absolutely loved this hotel. It was gorgeous, the staff was extremely friendly and attentive, and it's in an ideal location. Just one block from all the bars on St. Laurent that my boyfriend and I love to go to! I couldn't have had a better time. Everytime I go to Montreal, I usually like to stay in a different hotel. But I think my boyfriend and I will be staying at Hotel Godin everytime we come up from now on.
Stayed one wonderful night at the Hotel Godin in June when the Opera de Montreal was performing Carmen. Contemporary and modern, the Hotel is chic and unique and their staff is professional and friendly.
The room was spacious and their king size bed, fitted with 100% Egyptian cotton sheets, made for a very restful night's sleep. I highly recommend this hotel for your next stay in Montreal.
spent 2 nights here during the Comedy festival. 1st of all - excellent location, trendy hotel, v.comfortable rooms with super beds and funky bathrooms; no hotel bar yet, despite what you may read elsewhere, as previously noted, restaurant only open for buffet breakfasts (outstanding croissants btw!)
Great Hotel, Great Staff, Great Location
Stayed here for 2 nights during Jazz Fest, you could hear the music from your hotel room. The rooms are great - beds very comfortable. Great products in the bathroom. The restaurant is not yet open but they have breakfast available for guests. The Staff very friendly and very helpful - a gentleman at the front desk recommended an excellent french bistro, L'Express on Saint Laurent which was very good - definitely make reservations. The Staff there also very friendly and helpful. Overall a great stay in a very nice and trendy hotel.
a colleague and i held a function here and were very happy with the hotel all around. the staff were extreely friendly and eager to please although don't always understand "profesional" (they came into the meeting room in the middle of the presentation to refill coffee etc which was a bit distracting for those trying to pay attention).
Godin = tres chic
Pretty well all the boutique hotels in Montreal are in the "Old Port" - great if you want a romantic day or two - but if you want the true flavor of Montreal you have to spend your time on the Plateau (ST. LAurant; St. Denis, visit Mont Royal), so this new hotel puts you right where you really do want to be.
Very new (still no open restaurant or bar), very chic and oh sooo cool. Concrete ceilings, black and grey walls, awesome feather pillows and duvet - the most sound-proof room I've ever been in - never heard a sound. Attentive service if you want it - otherwise the staff just leaves you alone. Definitely worth a visit (we saved about 50$ off the rate by booking through bonjourquebec too = 188$ CND).
I spent 5 nights at the Godin in mid March, in a combination of suite and standard room. Decor and design in public spaces and the rooms are high quality but not revolutionary. I was left with a def impression of the hotel still being a soft launch but staff were eager to help. However, some did appear unfamiliar with systems, having to consult colleagues and supervisors. Admittedly, prices were discounted accordingly.
From top to bottom a fantastic Hotel!
I have been in the hospitality industry for over 12 years and in that time I haven't stayed at a Hotel with as professionally friendly staff as the Godin. Not only that but the hotel is beautiful with it's architecture and chic-trendy decor. The rooms are spacious and comfortable yet on the high end of chic-class. When in Montreal I would stay here for sure!
Hotel Godin is Heaven. Definitely kicks the W's butt!
The Hotel Godin is a refreshing new addition to the Montreal boutique hotel scene. Reallly friendly staff, a great (included) breakfast, cool bar, and perfect location make this hotel hard to beat. The staff are so much more friendly than those at the W - a lot less pretentious and much more down to earth. Don't waste your time at the W which is expensive and so obviously a 'chain' hotel with no intimacy.