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Hotel of Character & Charm-- midpriced Recs?

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Alan Emdin Aug 4, 2001 12:02 PM

I am planning to visit Montreal on vacation in mid-September. Can anyone recommend a midpriced, centrally located hotel "of character and charm"?

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    Caitlin Wheeler RE: Alan Emdin Aug 5, 2001 01:48 PM

    I don't know what you consider a) midpriced or b) centrally located, but I would heartily vouch for the "character and charm" of the Auberge de Vieux Port, which is right on the river in Old Montreal. Rooms run about $100 U.S.. The service is impeccable, the rooms are lovely, with exposed brick and beams, and thoughtful little touches like wine glasses in your room and classical music playing softly on the stereo when you enter. An absolutely delicious breakfast is included in the room rate (the best muffins I have ever had) and the restaurant in the hotel was excellent (I posted on montreal a while back)

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      The Berman RE: Alan Emdin Feb 20, 2002 05:06 PM

      I dunno but the Deer Garden is like an amazing chinese restaurant. Lobster ginger scallion etc

      Oh yeah Hotel Pierre on
      Sherbrooke, 514-288-8519,
      they are sweet and funky and central.

      I went to McGill back in the 80's.

      JB

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