This hotel is in the college neighborhood, so there are many interesting restaurants within walking distance.
It's only a short walk to historic old town ans even Chine Town is walkable or take the Metro (subway). the metro is a block away.
Rooms are comfortable enough, a bit dated though.
the main downfall was staff to be honest, not friendly or helpful at all. to the point where it was almost a nuisance that you were asking them to do their job.
Large room with kitchenette and lounge area. Area not too great at night as a lot of beggars in area. However, during the day easy to get around, Berri metro just down the road and the 715 bus into town from same area. A 3 day transport pass was very good value. Hotel staff were helpful, breakfast was a bonus but they do need to change to hot options occasionally.
We went to Montreal for a Women's World Cup soccer match and the Jazz Festival. Great location: 10-15 minute walk to Jazz Fest stages, rue St. Catherine, and old Montreal. The hotel was small, neat and tidy. The room was clean and had all the basic requirements (towels, soap, tv, small fridge, hairdryer, ironing board and desk). The only concern was parking...we got to the hotel around 8:30pm and parking was full. We had to go to a parking lot nearby (a 3 minute walk away) where you pay $15 for the night. So not a big issue except it was a little confusing first where to go...still everything worked out perfectly :)
Nice place, rooms are huge, elevator to get to them is a night mare how ever! Doors don't lock propper.
The showers could be a bit cleaner.... The corners....
View from window led to a filthy alley!
That could be cleaned up! Would take 10 min!
Other then that great place!
Traveller from boston
Housed in a historic building built in 1780, Factory Lofts Suites Deluxe is a brand new residence ideally located in the …More
This hotel does not look fancy from the outside and it is not but the room was comfortable, the staff very helpful and friendly and it is located near Old Montreal and the Latin Quarter with many restaurants featuring outdoor dining.
Traveller from new york
We are located downtown Montreal, near the Paris des Congres, on St Denis Street in the heart of the Latin Quarter. Next to …More
The Latin Quarter, an area bordering the University of Quebec and lower St-Denis Street, holds a youthful feel with students filling the area and is packed full of theatres, boutiques, cafés, and restaurants. Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes, designed by artist and architect Napoléon Bourassa, sits on Ste-Catherine Street.