Hotel built in 1970, Last partial renovation 2015, Number of floors 24, Total number of rooms 210, Number of suites (separate rooms) 210, Earliest check-in 16:00, Latest check-out 12:00, Multilingual staff on hand 24 hours a day, Hotel, Trade fair/conference hotel, Suite hotel
2045 Rue Peel, H3A 1T6 Montréal, Canada
- Station (Montreal - Central Railway Station) 0.73 km
- City centre (Montréal) 0.64 km
- Airport (Montreal / Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL)) 13.37 km
The hotel is located in the heart of downtown Montreal, with easy access to Pierre E. Trudeau International Airport, the business district, St. Catherine and Crescent Streets, Peel underground and the shopping malls of the Underground City.
- Diners Club
- American Express
- Japan Credit Bureau (JCB Intl.)
Accepted payment methods
- Reception (lobby)
- Restaurant(s) 0
- Children's playground
- Automatic emergency wake-up alarm
- Fitness centre
- Cable TV
- TV remote control
- Room safe
- Coffee machine/tea-maker
- Microwave oven
- Iron + ironing board
- Centrally controlled air conditioning
- Temperature controls
- Bathroom with bathtub
- Bathroom with shower
- Safety deposit boxes at reception
- Air conditioning in public areas
- Washing machine for guests
- Classic concierge service
- Express check-out
- Free daily newspapers
- Business center
- Secretarial services
- Laundry service
- Store/mini supermarket
Evaluations of Residence Inn Montreal Downtown
Fantastic facilities for long stays. Kitchen microwave fridge and dishwasher in the room. Laundry and drying machines in the lobby.
I missed vegetables on breakfast.
Large rooms fully equipped breakfast included.
* in one week I spent for sure half an hour altogether waiting for the elevator. This is a 20+ story building with three elevators one is a service elevator and the other one seemed out of service. This was a major pain. * during peak hours the breakfast room was totally overcrowded people actually had to queue up to find a seat the room was in disarray due to the mass of people there and the personell had absolutely no way of keeping up. Food ran out more than once it was unworthy. * The A/Cs in the rooms are basically stuck into a hole in the windows which creates allows tons of street noise to come in and makes the rooms uncomfortable. Plus the rooms seem to be separated by paper walls. Finally ok there is a kitchenette which can be interesting for some people but a human-sized fridge makes plenty of noise during the night. All in all not a relaxing experience. Earplugs required. Considering the amount of money they charged during my stay I'll rather pay 20 bucks more per night and go to a different place where I actually get to sleep.