Hotel Les Suites Labelle
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Les Suites Labelle Montreal
Havent checked in yet, but they have locked room to leave luggages... and supossedly kitchenette...
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Great family hotel
This hotel was very clean and the staff were very helpful and friendly. I e-mailed the hotel before our trip because we were arriving late with our 1 year old in tow, and were worried about walking from the central bus station (we took Le'Aerobus from YUL) to the hotel so late at night. They responded the next day with great detail on how to walk safely from the bus station to their hotel...which was VERY close to the bus station. The location was perfect, as it is also within easy walking distance of the Berri/UQAM metro stop and Old Montreal / Port area. The room was very clean (although small), with a kitchenette...which had a stove top, microwave, refrigerator, dishes and pots/pans/utensils...enough, that you could easily cook a meal. The bed was not very comfortable and small (a double; and we are used to our King sized!). The hotel had our portable crib (a Pack 'n Play) all set up for us when we arrived, with a baby blanket, as well. They did charge an extra $10/day for the crib. I would definitely recommend for families, but would recommend the larger room if you have more than an infant with you. It was a great value for the money we paid - and I looked EVERYWHERE for a hotel!
Un excelente hotel
Primero que nada, es un hotel super limpio y el servicio dado pues ni hablar...Super amables!!!
Segundo, los precios que ofrecen, valen la pena y por su puesto dependen mucho de los eventos que haigan por ahi.
A de mas de eso, el hotel queda cerca de bastantes calles principales y sobre todo de un metro.
Nada mas me resta decir que me encanto el hotel, y que mi estadia ahi fue de lo mejor.
Reccommend to stay here
This was our first time to Montreal and we just wanted to go for 1 night to potter about a bit. We looked at B & Bs and other hotels but were very expensive, so we were quite suprised to find Les Labelle so cheap! All fixtures were new in a large room and bathroom.
It is self contained with microwave, hot plate, crockery, cutlery and
fridge. We would have been happy to stat longer than a week. The hotel staff were not the friendliest, but nowhere really is these days. But the breakfast was awesome. Semi cooked, cereals, bagels, pastires, fruit salas, tea, coffee etc. Was all fresh and in an organised clean layout. Les Labelle is located 5 min walk to Old Montreal and has many restaurants and supermarket 2 mins away. The only downside is that is about 2km from Rue Ste-Catherine Ouest where the shopping mainly is. And far from Rue Crescent where the main pubs and clubs are. You need to really be able to speak French to work out the underground or taxi's!
Really close to Greyhound bus station, Downtown and Metro Stations. Clubs, restaurants, clothing stores and grocessries all near by (many on St. Catherines street just a block away). Kitchen was well equiped and great to have as it saved us a lot of money that we would have spent on fast food. Plus we got to eat freshly made food, which is good if you have diatery restrictions. Hotel stay includes complimentary breakfast.
¡Un hotel excelente!
Realmente cerca de la estación de autobuses Greyhound, del centro de la ciudad y de estaciones de metro. Clubes, restaurantes, almacenes de ropa y alimentos todos en las cercanías (muchos en la calle St. Catherines, a una manzana). La cocina estaba bien equipada y es estupendo tenerla, pues nos ahorró mucho dinero que habríamos gastado en comida rápida. Además conseguimos comer comida recién hecha, que es bueno si tienes restricciones dietéticas. La estancia del hotel incluye el desayuno gratuito.
Very nice hotel
I stayed twice at this hotel and I really don't have anything to complain about. Everything was fine, the room was clean and confortable, the staff was nice and helpful. I sincerely think this hotel deserves one more star.
I definitely recommend it.
Basic but recommended
Labelle is on a quiet side street but only a block away from the bustling St. Denis area near the Universite de Quebec, so there's a good selection of inexpensive cafes, theaters, and restaurants nearby. I arrived late and a wonderful desk clerk found me a restaurantant and changed my room because of a rare party in the ballroom. All rooms have kitchenettes, and downstairs is the fresh fruit you can eat for breakfast. Nothing fancy, but I wouldn't hesitate to stay there again. You can't beat the prices.
Location can be better but the rest is OK
We booked this hotel via the Tourist-office of Montreal (which has a bad location if you come by car)
We paid almost 100 Canadian dollars including parking in the parking-garage under the building. The location of the hotel is OK but when we walked back to the hotel later that evening the area was a little unfriendly. There were not many people on the streets and we noticed some windows-glass where probably cars were parked before.
Nice thing about this hotel is the free breakfast and free wired internet (they have some network cables at the front desk)
Excellent quality price hotel for hotellabelle.com
in terms of quality price... I found hotellabelle one of the best I've seen in montreal mainly because its close to everything and there room are very decent.
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... walking tour through Downtown Montreal. I loved how many of the old buildings - like the Basilique-Cathédrale Marie-Reine-du-Monde and the
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... Notre-Dame, you can visit the Formula 1 racing lanes and the Casino Montreal.
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... and the shallow tides to
what I believe I can safely say was all our favorite exhibit: penguins. Have
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adorable. We happened to come around feeding time, which meant playing +
wrestling for food + adorable eating. I won't bore you with the details of what
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