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The Hyatt Regency is also within walking distance of all of your shopping needs. From the lobby of the hotel, there is access to one of Montreal’s many underground malls. You are also within walking distance of Saint Catherine Street, where you can find many major store outlets.
When we checked into the Hyatt, the hotel was under some renovations. They are in the process of renovating the rooms and updating the hotel. Our room was of average size, but the bathroom was a little bit above average in size.
If you drove into the city of Montreal, like we did, you will need to pay overnight parking fees at the Hyatt. If I am not mistaken, it cost us a little over C$20 ($15.86) per night, but that is with valet. Taxis are readily available in the parking garage if you need to get around the city.
Here is a helpful hint. Use your AAA card to get a discount at the Hyatt. We paid about C$180 ($143) per night, and that included a free breakfast buffet ($16 value). With the AAA card, we saved about C$30 ($24) per night, so for the $50 a year, the AAA card benefit is well worth the price of admission.
The Hyatt also has an indoor swimming pool with a gym. In the locker room area, you can also sit in the sauna if you wish. In the hotel lobby, you will also find a bar and gift and souvenir shop. At the bar, you can order yourself some grub if you get hungry. The restaurant that serves the buffet breakfast is also in the lobby.
Overall, the Hyatt Regency Montreal catered to our every need. The hotel staff was pleasant and accommodating, which made our stay in Montreal even more enjoyable. I would definitely stay at this hotel in the future.
From journal French Culture in North America