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Jamie
DeWitt (Michigan)

Jamie from DeWitt (Michigan) asked

Best hotels or b&bs at reasonable rates in Quebec City and Montreal

We are planning on staying 3 nights in Montreal and 3 nights in Quebec City at the end of August.  I'm wondering what suggestions you may have on hotels that might be budget friendly (like $150/night or less) but are comfortable and good locations.

Montreal (Canada)   Quebec City (Canada)

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Patrick from Rotorua

Try old Montreal hotels like Hôtel Nelliganor Place d'Armes. They are great and very central. There is also B&B Le Rayon Vert on Saint Hubert street which is a really cool neighbourhood called Le Plateau.... Sorta like Greenwich village. In old Montreal there are higher end b&b's like Auberge Bonsecours or if you can, check Out Pierre du Calvet, it is in one of the old est buildings in Montréal (dates to late 1600's) so really special. Maybe not with the kids....

In Quebec, Le Coureur Des Bois is really central, and Gîte à l'Ombre des Érables is also very popular. Both are sure bets. 


In both Montreal and Quebec-city, you want to stay in the old city, easy walking distance to everywhere you want to go.


Both are amazing cities, born in one and raised in the other, I can truly say, bon voyage.


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Perry from Berlin

Aside from the regular hotels, and such... I could host you at my furnished short term vacation rental apartment on  Rue Saint-Dominique in  Montreal  Le Plateau neighborhood. Includes WiFi, laundry machines, dishwasher, 2 balconies, DVD&TV and more. Bookable on www.flipkey.com/montreal-condo-rentals/p592457/.



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