Loews Hotel Vogue
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Historical Traveler Reviews Loews Hotel Vogue Montreal
Awesome Pillows and Duvet......
Excellent hotel....prime location if you want to spend time in Montreal. All your shops are right around the corner from the hotel.
Hotel Staff was exceptional and always there to answer your questions and to make your stay happy and memorable. Two thumps up!!
First timers to Montreal look no further
I have stayed at the Vogue many times. The location is unbeatable in Montreal, right in the middle of the action. The rooms have huge bathrooms and bath tubs that are made for relaxation. The Vogue is like fine wine. It is so good that after a number of stays you will need a change to refresh your palate. First timers to Montreal would be smart to make the Vogue their hotel of choice. Only weakness is the HVAC system. In the Winter the air quality could be better.Too dry.
Montreal Lowes Hotel Vogue
Our first night in Montreal we had a room on the sixth floor facing the street - we could hear people talking on the street all night long. When we went to the desk to say the room was not satisfactory the desk clerk said "Oh its too noisy". Obviously they have heard this complaint before. After much discussion we were finally moved to another room which we were assured would be quieter. Unfortunately we could hear the elevators all night long. So if you want a quiet hotel, look elsewhere.
My husband & I spent a wonderful relaxing long week-end at this luxurious hotel. The staff was friendly and most accommodating. They directed us to 2 wonderful restaurants just one block from the hotel.
Aldos & Europea. The room was quiet, spacious and well appointed. After walking around the city for 7 hours, the jacuzzi was a wonderful plus.
The hotel's central location made it easy to visit all parts of this lovely city. Well worth the price
Best Hotel I've Stayed In
From the plus down comforters to the two person jacuzzi bath with, yes, a television- this was a beautiful and amazing guest room- Convenient to the shopping district but a little quieter than right on the main street. Just fabulous!
It's worth the $$
We came to Montreal for the weekend with our 9 month old for some R&R. We arrived at the front door and were settled in 10 minutes....checked in, car valeted and bags delivered. They even made up my daughters crib both nights. Best location and service in the city!
Best Downtown Rooms in the city
Best deluxe rooms around in this very private hotel. The bathroom is really what makes the whole experience. All marble, whirpool tubs (with TV) and seperate shower. No views in any room, but try and get the ninth floor and you might spot a celebrity! Suites are semi-dark. No windows in the living room.
Wonderful boutique hotel
Our stay at this beautiful hotel was perfect. Our room was large and airy. The bathroom is gigantic with a huge whirlpool tub and a separate shower. There is even a lighted make-up and dressing area with a second hair dryer outside the bathroom. The location of this hotel is central to restaurants, the Metro, museums, and shopping. We had an excellent breakfast there each day. The service at the Vogue is flawless. Clean towels twice a day and plenty of them. I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again.
Loews Hotel Vogue in Montreal is a wonderful, first class property with the style and intimacy of a European boutique hotel. The rooms are simply beautiful. Youll be knocked out by the bed linens and the sumptuous bathrooms. The staff are delightful and the location is ideal. The availability of special promotional rates make it excellent value for money. Overall, a thoroughly stylish, luxurious, first class hotel, perfect for business or romantic indulgence. Dont miss it!
A wonderful hotel with a marble bathroom to die for. For a great romantic weekend away it's a great place to stay.
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