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Hotel Manoir des Alpes

1245, rue Saint-André, Montreal, QC, H2L 3T1

514-845-9803 800-465-2929 Fax: 514-845-9886 | Website | Email | Book a room

Here you’ll find 30 rooms in a Swiss style hotel in the heart of Canada’s most European city; Montreal.

Category: Hotels
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What:

Accommodation Type | Hotel
General Amenities | Internet Connection, Parking, Room Service
Room Amenities | Jacuzzi, Air Conditioned
Payment | Interac, MasterCard, American Express, Visa, Cash

Where:

Neighbourhood | Downtown
Getting There | Berri-UQAM Metro
Cross Street | Sainte-Catherine Est

Profile Last Updated: July 11, 2008

Swiss Design & Modern Technology
With its brick walls and hardwood floors, the hotel is like a chalet made for relaxation. Beyond its original antique look, the Manoir des Alpes hotel has some of the latest technologies including cable television and wireless Internet. Having had the same owners since its opening in the late ’70s, the Manoir des Alpes welcomes a calm crowd of clients and offers a restful refuge in an area characterized by constant commotion.

Tranquility in the Midst of the Action
Located near the downtown core as well as Chinatown and Old Montreal, guests can enjoy all the city’s tourist attractions while knowing that upon their return they will find a peaceful, air-conditioned room with a private bathroom—some rooms even have a whirlpool tub! This hotel is warm and cozy, and strives to give guests all the comforts of home for a very reasonable price.

Guaranteed Respite
A 40-space parking lot as well as all-you-can-eat continental breakfast is available to all guests. With Swiss service and its décor reminiscent of the French Alps, the Manoir des Alpes promises a stay of pure relaxation. The lovely part of staying at a small hotel is that there’s a friendly atmosphere and service tends to be a little more personal than the bigger hotels.

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Note: This is a good spot for those on a budget who want to be in the thick of things in Montreal.