There are a few of them. One in Alexis Nihon Plaza, corner of Atwater and St. Catherine. Another on the corner of Fort and St. Catherine. A third can be found in Complexes Desjardins with an outside entrance on the corner of St. Urbain and Rene Levesques. almost 8 years ago
Montreal for Osheaga in August, What's an accessible hotel and best way to get to parc Jean drapeau?
Best way to get to Jean Drapeau is by public transit. Subway system takes you straight there. Best bet for hotel depends on what you like, but I would recommend the Novotel in the heart of downtown (in fact, pick almost any hotel around that location). You'll be 1 block away from the main drag (St. Catherine street) with coffee shops, malls, boutiques, restaurants, comedy clubs, Irish pubs and so on with 3 subway entrances within blocks in any direction. Subway system will take you to all of the major sights, like Old Montreal). Get a multi-day pass. Can't miss. almost 8 years ago
Going to pick-up a cruise in Montreal in October. Staying 3 days pre-cruise and want suggestions for well located hotels.
If you want to stay in Old Montreal, I'd recommend the Hotel Nelligan on Rue St. Paul. You'll love it and they have a great rooftop terrace. Old Montreal has cobblestone streets and lots of activity. Otherwise, stay downtown at the Novotel on Rue De La Montagne, which puts you within a block of the main shopping areas, restaurants and nightclubs. Ultimately, either option is just as good, since Old Montreal is only 10 - 15 min walk from downtown (or 2 stops on the subway). almost 8 years ago