Montreal Espace Confort
An acknowledged hotel service: an excellent comfort, a charm of the south and a courtesy to all test!
You will find an unforgettable experience among us, either it being filled with multiple festivals filled with blazing colors during the summer, or the ground covered with thousands of white sparkling flakes.
Our multifunctional rooms include:
17 non smoker rooms with private bathroom and kitchenette
6 non smoker hostel rooms with shared bathroom kitchenette
Parking to less than 5 minutes (payable)
Remote controlled air conditioning
Telephones with Voice Mail Access
Internet High Speed Access
Complete Breakfast …
………….. will suit you definitely!
Constructed in 2004, our contemporary decoration will know how to appease you. Also, you will be able to find all the necessary conveniences in less than some steps, to take advantage of your stay.
Our qualified staff will put everything at ease for your stay, making it feel like you never left home.
Each room includes a high speed internet access, a fully equipped kitchenette, and comfort such as you never thought possible, to make you feel right at home.
An additional $10, 00 fee for an extra person in each room. No charge for children under the age of 11.
*Price subject to change without notice ( Grand Prix, Gay Games, Festivals, Special Events )
Did you know that...
Over the century, this street has greatly evolved from its meager beginnings to become one of the most vibrant and bustling streets of Montreal. As hard as it may seem to believe, this street was once little more than a dirt road, in the middle of what would later become the 'Latin Quarter'. This name originates from the 'Quartier Latin' in Paris, France, where one could study Latin at the Université de la Sorbonne.
In 1864, the tramway was added to 'la rue St-Denis', and made the street into a main thoroughfare, linking the southern part of the city to the northern areas. Over the decades, many institutions would make St-Denis their chosen site: the Saint-Jacques Cathedral, the Saint-Jacques school, the University of Quebec in Montreal (UQAM), the Cégep du Vieux-Montréal, the National Library, the Saint-Denis Theatre, the National Film Board, the Cinématheque Québécoise, the Latin Quarter Cinema as well as many shops.
It is this hub of activity and its proximity to the Palais des Congres (conference centers) of the Plateau Mont-Royal and the Old Montreal that make the Latin Quarter the place of choice for business executives, students and visitors