Hotel des Arts
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel des Arts Montreal
Our room was nice, although we were dissapointed to have no fridge, microwave or drink making facilities in the room. The breakfast bar was quite good with cereals, bread and pastries. There is no hotel parking.
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