TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Pierre Montreal
Travel Blogs from Montreal
... For the record, I smashed Dave! After checking out the Biosphere (the U.S. Expo hall from the World Fair), we headed back to drop off the bikes with sore bums. We worked out we had cycled about 40km that day. We made our way out for a late lunch at Montréal Poutine, where we had a feast of Poutine and freshly smoked meats, along with a local beer called Fin Du Monde. We found out that roughly translated from French it means 'The End of Time', so the potency of ...
... the weather, none of us were actually prepared for the weater. After about 30 minutes of walking and stopping to peer into the shops we were ready to sit indoors for a bit again and warm up. We stopped at Mondavie, a bar and cafe on the corner of Rue Saint Paul and Boulevard Saint Laurent. We found stools together at the bar and ordered drinks to warm us up. I got a scotch, Jeremy a beer and Fiona a glass of a bold and fruity red wine. I also ...
... are lots of these every where in the city) and a nice view of the Montreal skyline. Since Hinesh's D40x is still not working he is shooting with his old but faithful canon. I had no idea that his camera smoked every time you use the flash but he convinces me that its normal… ok…. There is a little frame set up for you to take happy pics so I make Hinesh take a pic, he begrudgingly obliges. Later on a guy gets on the piano and plays Canon and he is quite good so ...
... were in French and we learned from the tearistas there that they themselves didn't understand the translations too well as the marketing and naming of the teas is all done in the US. We had to order by smell, oh darn.
Extremely overwhelmed, extremely full and extremely satisfied, we had to bid adieu to Montreal and hoof it to Quebec. We wanted to have at least one romantic Canadian dinner (not at a diner) so Quebec was our last chance! A bientot! ...
... by night; and was blown away by the Beat Nation exhibition at the Musee d'art Contemporain - where aboriginal art meets hip hop/street culture. Montreal has so much to offer and this was in the dead season (as was apologetically explained to me by many a Montrealer) in the summer months the city plays host to an internationally renowned Jazz festival, a world fireworks competition, and much more besides. Perfect excuse for a return visit I say :D
Other places to stay in Montreal
Downtown, Montreal | 4 star hotelfrom $192
- An anniversary getaway to remember!
- Couln't ask for more
- Chateau Champlain was wonderful!
420 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal | 3 star hotelfrom $94
- We were very pleasantly surprised with the Holiday Inn Midtown
- Great place
- Not awful at all
Downtown, Montreal | 3 star hotelfrom $161
- Always stay here!
- The View? Cheers! The Staff? Jeers!
- Wonderful stay
Saint-Jacques, Montreal | 5 star hotelfrom $168
- Great Hotel
- There are better options in Montreal
- Rude service, dust on the curtains and mold in the bathroom
Downtown, Montreal | 4 star hotelfrom $181
- Avoid this place if you can
- The Good and the Bad
- Excellent location and much more
Square Mile, Montreal | 4 star hotelfrom $183
- Great way to end our trip!
- Not a 4-star hotel
Downtown, Montreal | 4 star hotelfrom $183
- Only tried the revolving restaurant
- A nice place for families
- Right in between St. Catherines and Vieux-Montreal
Saint-Laurent, Montreal | 3 star hotelfrom $110
Peter-McGill, Montreal | 4 star hotelfrom $172
- The best in Montreal
- Omini Mont Royal Just Right
- Great weekend getaway
Downtown, Montreal | 3 star hotelfrom $164
- We recommend this hotel
- A pleasant surprise
- Hotel was good enough for our stay
Downtown, Montreal | 4 star hotelfrom $180
- Loved every moment
- Couldn't be better
Downtown, Montreal | 4 star hotelfrom $132
- Best Location For Gay Village
- Tired Hotel
- Beautiful, Clean, Great service
Square Mile, Montreal | 4 star hotelfrom $140
- Nice, inexpensive hotel
- Gestapo at the front desk
- Cantlie ignorance
Square Mile, Montreal | 4 star hotelfrom $209
- Rather Impressed
- Beds to die for..
- Terrific French Hotel in the Quintessential French City
Saint-Laurent, Montreal | 3 star hotelfrom $120
Square Mile, Montreal | 3 star hotelfrom $138
- Small but servicable
- Small with Big Attitude
- Excellent location
Ville-Marie, Montreal | 3 star hotelfrom $138
- Good price, good location
- Pricy but worth it!!!
- Not a wonderful experience
Downtown, Montreal | 2 star hotelfrom $98
- Get what you pay for
- Tiny rooms filled up with smoke
- Tiny Room and Shower
Jeanne-Mance, Montreal | 5 star hotelfrom $167
Square Mile, Montreal | 3 star hotelfrom $142
- Would not stay at this hotel again.
- Very nice
- If you are looking for Peace and Relaxation. STAY AWAY from it
Square Mile, Montreal | 3 star hotelfrom $109
- Not as bad as these reviews say...
- Not as advertised...
- Recommended to friends
Vieux-Montreal, Montreal | 4 star hotelfrom $169
- Great location and lovely suite
- Una excelente ubicación y una suite encantadora.
- Trčs bon emplacement et suite ravissante
Le Plateau-Mont-Royal, Montreal | 2 star hotelfrom $105
Peter-McGill, Montreal | 3 star hotelfrom $117
Cote-des-Neiges-Notre-Dame-de-Grace, Montreal | 3 star hotelfrom $151
Quartier Latin, Montreal | 2 star hotelfrom $138
- Highly Recommend!!
- Nice stay
- Great Stay!