Hotel de L'Elysee
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel de L'Elysee Montreal
A great place to stay
My stay at Hotel de L'Elysee was fantastic. The rooms were clean. The security was great. The staff was wonderful. Sam was on duty during much of my stay and was very helpful in terms of explaining the metro systems, finding conference locations and suggesting wonderful restaurants. Thanks for making my stay so great!
Within walking distance to major attractions.
The staff were very friendly. My husband and I stayed for two nights. The first night was noisy; we kept hearing doors closing and people talking outside our room. We let the staff know the next morning and they were apologetic and the following night it was noticibly quieter. The room/washroom was very clean. We would definitely return again for the kind hospitality and good value.
Amazing value, great location, fantastic staff
My family & I stayed at Hotel de L'Elysee over Easter weekend, 2005. This hotel is located just 2 blocks east of the always-hopping Rue St Denis, in the Latin Quarter, and within 15 minutes' walk of Vieux Montreal. It is also a short ride from Downtown and the Plateau Mont Royal boutiques (also on Rue St Denis, but further north than the Latin Quarter).
The hotel is located in an old brownstone, which the owner and his brother, Eddy, are continually upgrading. If you're looking for frills and extras, look Downtown. But if you're looking for value, an extremely attentive staff (Eddy is wonderful), and a taste of Montreal outside the typical tourist hotels, this is your place.
Such a great value!
The Hotel de L'Elysee is such a great value - amazing location next to the central Berri metro station, and easy walking distance to the Quartier Latin, downtown, and Vieux Montreal. Our room was quiet and very clean, with a newly refurbished private bath. The hotel personnel were very friendly and courteous. I would definitely stay here again!
We do recommend it
We were 4 persons in the same room: my husband my 2 doughters and me. What we did appreciate was the large comfortable 2 queen beds, silence, cleaning service and the free parking close to the hotel (afternoon) but check out was too early (11AM) we finaly get 1 extra hour to leave. I do recommend this hotel.
Fair enough for low season
First it was expensive due to high season I guess. Limited room space with unfinished ceiling, leak bath tub, aircon not working (fortunately it was fall, so could open the window). Worth to stay for low season. Breakfast and parking fair enough.
Very nice hotel
I do recommand this hotel to all. For only 49.95$ per night I could rent a nice, clean and quite room. Even in other small canadian cities it's difficult to find so good price and service. Thanks to M. Langelier.
Loved the hotel
Excellent hotel. you'll be getting more than you paid for. We planned on staying for one night, so that we can find a better place meanwhile. However, we were so impressed with the room, we ended up staying there for 4 nights. The room is small, but is very clean, the bathroom is extremely clean and it is a very quiet hotel.
The hotel is also located in the heart of downtown. We did not even touch our car while we were there. It's close to all fun streets and also close to subway (metro).
I love it
This is a quite and clean hotel. I do not hesitate to recommend it.
Very nice for the price
They offer peaceful, comfortable and luxurious rooms at very low prices. I couldn't imagine finding so nice european style hotel, well located downtown Montreal. We didn't need to take a taxi to visit the most interesting places of Montreal. Thank you M. Langelier.
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