Residence Inn By Marriott - Montreal Westmount
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Residence Inn By Marriott - Montreal Westmount
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The best laid plans of mice and men often go awry.... We planned to leave Quebec City earlier than we did. We planned to rent bicycles and view the city from the streets. We planned to have a full and glorious day to view the city. When things don't go as planned, you make a new plan. We arrived in Montreal around 2pm with …
... stairs to and from the gym and pool on the 11th floor. Nice! Residence Inn was not quite as pretty. The sliding bathroom door didn't totally close and the handle fell off the faucet, so yeah, could be better. The elevator is also extremely small. Oh the bathroom was tiny compared to the courtyard. But...it is really in the heart of downtown and I love that. There is a fully equipped kitchenette in all the suites which is pretty cool. And ...
NOVA staff are now quite aware of the number of International students registered in our Centre. Many of the people ...
... speaking wards. We happened to pick the right one. This happened to be high council Sunday so it was pretty typical. The guest speaker was an18 year old young man and he gave a great talk about gratitude. On the other hand, the high council speaker read his talk entirely and the whole congregation was filled with sleeping adults, and crying fighting children by the end. Everyone at church was curious and friendly and wanted to know who we were. We had ...
... as the patrons took it in turns to start a traditional song, while virtually everyone responded in a 'chant and respond' fashion. This was still going strong an hour later when we decided to turn it in. If you want to see this in action, check my facebook where I've uploaded a video of the singing in full swing.
The following morning, the five of us (George included) went exploring the Old City (Vieux Montreal). Streets were lined with vendors selling local ...