Quartier Latin Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuartier Latin Hotel Montreal
O hotel fica em plena St. Denis, no meio da balada noturna da estudantada. Localização razoável, barato, limpo, bem atendido. Quarto pequeno e café sofrível.
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... water whereas the one maitre d’it took the order. However it was a good place to people watch. Also for dinner we tried the Bis on 1229 Montagne. This is a lovely Italian restaurant with good ambiance and the waiters here are very efficient and really nice. An amuse bouche is served at the beginning. We shared a beef carpaccio starter, which would have been too big for one. We then had the spaghetti vongole which they cooked how we liked it i.e. with ...
... to follow. First, a view towards the west, then the cross of Montreal, which is seen all the way to the port, which I would learn later, and illuminated at night. Then the viewpoint for a panorama of downtown Montreal all the way to the St. Lawrence River.
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