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by Foxboro Marmot
October 27, 2002
There's a small indoor pool on the top floor and a laundry and outdoor deck on the floor below. If the weather's good, pick up breakfast in the hospitality room and eat out on the deck with a partial view of Mont Royal in one direction and the city all around.
Like all Residence Inns, breakfast is included in the cost of the room, as is a late afternoon hospitality hour. Unlike some other locations, the hospitality hour here does not include beer or wine, only soft drinks, juice and snacks. Fruit - apples, bananas, oranges - is available at all times.
WARNING: If you have a larger vehicle - a van, truck or SUV - you probably do NOT want to stay here. The hotel parking garage has low ceilings and guests with larger cars are directed to a mall garage about two blocks away. The walk is inconvenient enough, but if you come in late, after the mall has closed, or God forbid on a holiday when the mall is closed, getting you car in or out of the garage is an extreme nuisance... plan on spending a minimum of 20 minutes of standing around, speaking into an intercom, explaining to people who may or may not know what you're talking about.... The people who eventually let you in and out are, however, exceedingly polite and understanding when you finally get through to them. This bumped my overall rating down from 'highly recommended' to 'recommended.'
Our room rate was $139 CDN with $12 add-on for parking with unlimited ins and outs.
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