Le St-Martin Montreal Hotel Particulier

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Property Location A stay at Le St Martin Hotel Particulier Montreal places you in the heart of Montreal, a 2-minute drive from Bell Centre and 9 minutes from Notre Dame Basilica. This 4-star aparthotel is 3.2 mi (5.1 km) from University of Montreal and 3.5 mi (5.6 km) from Saint Joseph's Oratory. ...

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

Property Location A stay at Le St Martin Hotel Particulier Montreal places you in the heart of Montreal, a 2-minute drive from Bell Centre and 9 minutes from Notre Dame Basilica. This 4-star aparthotel is 3.2 mi (5.1 km) from University of Montreal and 3.5 mi (5.6 km) from Saint Joseph's Oratory. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer. - The Underground City - 0.1 km / 0.1 mi - Sainte- Catherine Street - 0.2 km / 0.1 mi - Sherbrooke Street - 0.2 km / 0.2 mi - McGill University - 0.3 km / 0.2 mi - Eaton Centre - 0.3 km / 0.2 mi - Sun Life Building (Edifice Sun Life) - 0...

980 Boul. de Maisonneuve Ouest, Montreal, Quebec, H3A 1M5, Canada - Montreal, Quebec - Canada - 315

Property Amenities

Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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    1288

  • Very Good

    540

  • Good

    115

  • Reasonable

    47

  • Bad

    39

Travelers profile
  • Business

    329

  • Couples

    958

  • Solo travel

    88

  • Family

    338

  • Friends getaway

    166

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Business Travel with a view

Reviewed 5 december, 2022

I stay at St. Martin every time I'm in Montreal on business. The location is perfect for a short walk to unwind on St. Catherine St. One of my favourite smoke-meat restaurants, Reuben's is just around the corner. The view is fantastic, with a comfy bed and a heck of a bistro bar.

SOZORIO

Best hot pool out there

Reviewed 4 december, 2022

I was looking for a great hotel hot tub / pool and this place did not disappoint. Actually found the place through SplashTemp.com that had ranked this as one of the best hot pools out there in Montreal. Clean hotel/ downtown hotel. Would do again.

jeremymC1682CY

Nice hotel but not allowed to sleep in

Reviewed 15 november, 2022

Small but elegant hotel at an excellent location for exploring the city - walking distance to much, métro station almost at the door for the rest. We paid the extra for a top floor room that would be larger and have a view of downtown. The room was well appointed and the bathroom was definitely larger but the room itself wasn't any bigger than what I'd expect for a normal hotel room and the window looked directly at another much taller building. We had a peekaboo view of parts of five or so other buildings to either side. Staff seemed friendly and helpful, even opening the locked pool for us (which seems be inexplicably closed during the day). The main reason this review is three stars instead of four or even five is that the raison d'etre for a hotel is to sleep, and this hotel did not deliver anywhere near the expected level of service. The hvac unit was literally right beside the bed and we found it very loud. Our second night was disrupted by a repetitive periodic ticking sound (also almost right beside the bed) that we could not locate or abate. In the morning we finally figured out it was coming from what appeared to be a circuit timer into which the mini fridge was plugged, ironically to keep the (much quieter and less disturbing) fridge from turning on during the night. Most disturbingly though were the two mornings where we were woken up by what seemed like factors completely within management's control. Our second morning at the hotel we were woken up by music being played over the hotel sound system speakers in the corridor. While the music was not loud by nightclub standards, it was certainly loud enough to wake us with our room door closed. It was more than loud enough to identify songs and sing along from inside the room, I'd say it was only a little quieter than the standard setting for the radio that housekeeping kindly left playing for us each day when they finished up. I've never heard anything like that in a hotel before so I got a great recording of Miley Cyrus singing Midnight Sky several levels too loud for a hotel hallway that I shared with the front desk (I also took them the defective timer at the same time). Staff seemed surprised, saying they "always" turned the music on at a certain time. They did turn it off shortly thereafter but alas we were already awake so the opportunity to sleep in was lost. The next morning (our third) was worse. Shortly after 8am we were awakened by what sounded like elephants tap dancing on our ceiling and occasional yelling voices. We also heard people occasionally walking back and forth along the gravelled ledge of 15th floor roof immediately outside our windows. It quickly became apparent even before my second morning trip down to the front desk that window cleaners were using the area immediately above and in front of our $430/night hotel room as a staging area. Had we been informed of this in advance we would happily have moved to a less expensive room to enjoy the privilege of a quiet environment that would let us sleep in. When I went to the front desk, the friendly team (same folks I spoke with the previous day) realized immediately what the issue was and said they would "see what could be done about our bill". I made sure to be very clear that this was the second day in a row that we had been unwillingly awakened by what was essentially an own-goal by management. I trusted that the friendly and competent staff would address the issue appropriately. The next morning we had to check out earlier and head for the airport. Unfortunately no one on duty seemed to know anything about our issues. Our total price was close to what I expected, so I didn't realize (nor was I told) until I saw the receipt that they had in fact adjusted our bill... by discounting us 15 percent off the final night of our four night stay - about a four percent discount overall. Every business will inevitably have hiccups - the true test is how it responds. To say we were underwhelmed by the hotel's response in this case is an understatement.   Small but elegant hotel at an excellent location for exploring the city - walking distance to much, métro station almost at the door for the rest. We paid the extra for a top floor room that would be larger and have a view of downtown. The room was well appointed and the bathroom was definitely larger but the room itself wasn't any bigger than what I'd expect for a normal hotel room and the window looked directly at another much taller building. We had a peekaboo view of parts of five or so other buildings to either side. Staff seemed friendly and helpful, even opening the locked pool for us (which seems be inexplicably closed during the day). The main reason this review is three stars instead of four or even five is that the raison d'etre for a hotel is to sleep, and this hotel did not deliver anywhere near the expected level of service. The hvac unit was literally right beside the bed and we found it very loud. Our second night was disrupted by a repetitive periodic ticking sound (also almost right beside the bed) that we could not locate or abate. In the morning we finally figured out it was coming from what appeared to be a circuit timer into which the mini fridge was plugged, ironically to keep the (much quieter and less disturbing) fridge from turning on during the night. Most disturbingly though were the two mornings where we were woken up by what seemed like factors completely within management's control. Our second morning we were woken up by music being played over the hotel sound system speakers in the corridor. While the music was not loud by nightclub standards, it was certainly loud enough to wake us with our room door closed. It was more than loud enough to identify songs and sing along from inside the room, I'd say it was only a little quieter than the standard setting for the radio that housekeeping kindly left playing for us each day when they finished up. I've never heard anything like that in a hotel before so I got a great recording of Miley Cyrus singing Midnight Sky several levels too loud for a hotel hallway that I shared with the front desk (I also took them the defective timer at the same time). Staff seemed surprised, saying they "always" turned the music on at a certain time. They did turn it off shortly thereafter but alas we were already awake so the opportunity to sleep in was lost. The next morning (our third) was worse. Shortly after 8am we were awakened by what sounded like elephants tap dancing on our ceiling and occasional yelling voices. We also heard people occasionally walking back and forth along the gravelled ledge of 15th floor roof immediately outside our windows. It quickly became apparent even before my second morning trip down to the front desk that window cleaners were using the area immediately above and in front of our $430/night hotel room as a staging area. Had we been informed of this in advance we would happily have moved to a less expensive room to enjoy the privilege of a quiet environment that would let us sleep in. When I went to the front desk, the friendly team (same folks I spoke with the previous day) realized immediately what the issue was and said they would "see what could be done about our bill". I made sure to be very clear that this was the second day in a row that we had been unwillingly awakened by what was essentially an own-goal by management. I trusted that the friendly and competent staff would address the issue appropriately. The next morning we had to check out earlier and head for the airport. Unfortunately no one on duty seemed to know anything about our issues. Our total price was close to what I expected, so I didn't realize (nor was I told) until I saw the receipt that they had in fact adjusted our bill... by discounting us 15 percent off the final night of our four night stay - about a four percent discount overall. Every business will inevitably have hiccups - the true test is how it responds. To say we were underwhelmed by the hotel's response in this case is an understatement.

desktraveller

Great hotel!

Reviewed 30 october, 2022

Great location with very friendly, helpful front desk staff. Room was very comfortable. We were close to elevators but not noisy. The hotel really encourages a noise free environment. Definitely will be back.

520rhondaw

Thank you Dimitra!!

Reviewed 25 october, 2022

Amazing stay and experience! Delt with Dimitra she is amazing and very helpful with any questions that I had. Dimitra went out of her way to help me during my stay. So happy with my experience and a special thanks to Dimitra!!

stellazorb