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Hilton Garden Inn Montreal Centre-Ville

Hilton Garden Inn Montreal Centre-Ville Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Hilton Garden Inn has a convenient location near McGill University in Downtown Montreal, and spacious, clean (if generic) rooms with mini-fridges and microwaves. The indoor saltwater lap pool is attractive, with excellent city views and a connected outdoor terrace, and the fitness center is large and bright. But the property lacks distinctive charm.
Hotel Kutuma

Hotel Kutuma Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The tiny Hotel Kutuma, with its nine colorful rooms, is located in Montreal's bohemian Plateau Mont-Royal neighborhood, three blocks from the popular Latin Quarter. The building itself looks bland from the outside, but, inside, the individually decorated rooms -- outfitted by the warm and welcoming Ethiopian owner in zebra- and leopard-print textiles -- have well-stocked kitchenettes with espresso machines, as well as patios, bathrobes, and whirlpool bath tubs in some. Downstairs, the hotel's popular Ethiopian restaurant, Le Nil Bleu, serves a reasonably priced breakfast to guests, and lunch and dinner daily to local devotees. Those with mobility issues should note that there's no elevator, but staff will readily carry luggage, and, indeed, regularly go out of their way to help guests with any request.
Best Western Ville-Marie Hotel & Suites

Best Western Ville-Marie Hotel & Suites Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Location is a big draw for the Best Western Ville-Marie Hotel & Suites, which is situated in downtown Montreal, next to McGill University, and adjacent to the shops, cafes, and shopping centers of Saint-Catherine, one of the city’s largest commercial districts. The heart of downtown is just a short walk away. There's a Lebanese restaurant downstairs as well as a lunch cafe, popular with locals who work in the area for a quick sandwich or Wi-Fi. The large rooms, with their standard, chain-hotel style, are in definite need of a visual update, and possibly the occasional mechanical one; some guests have complained of noisy plumbing. Overall, though, it's an affordable and well-situated option for those who aren't looking for a distinctive aesthetic experience.
Hotel Terrasse Royale

Hotel Terrasse Royale Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Hotel Terrasse Royale is a bland, older property in Cotes-des-Neiges, about 10 minutes outside of downtown Montreal. Many of the large rooms have kitchenettes, but they feel drab and worn, and the small bathrooms feel sterile. At least the hotel is only a few blocks from the metro station, and offers free Wi-Fi.
Holiday Inn Montreal Midtown

Holiday Inn Montreal Midtown Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This 488-room hotel in Downtown Montreal has more amenities than you might expect from a mid-range chain, including a spa, large fitness center, and special extras like a sauna and steam room. Although the rooms are rather generic, with bland beige wallpaper and worn carpets, they're clean and relatively spacious. The bathrooms are awkwardly designed, though, with a sink and changing room on one side of the hallway and a toilet and shower/tub combo on the other. The on-site restaurant serves pretty standard hotel fare, but many other eating and drinking options are just a short walk away.


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