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Days Inn - Montreal Downtown

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3.4
1,816 reviews
+1 514-393-3388

Top Amenities

Restaurant
Bar or Lounge
Business Center
Air-conditioned

Reliable Accommodations Near Montreal's Cruise Ship Terminal

What Do I Need to Know About the Days Inn?

Days Inn Montreal Downtown may focus on the basics, but it offers plenty of extras as well. All guests have access to Wi-Fi, and every room comes with a mini refrigerator, which makes in-room snacking easy. For full meals, you'll want to check out Restaurant Allegro, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The hotel's restaurant kicks things off in the morning with a full American breakfast piled high with pastries, bagels, and fresh fruit.

What's the Area Like?

The Days Inn enjoys a central location near fantastic shopping on Saint Catherine Street, food markets in Chinatown, and a little of everything in the Latin Quarter. The hotel is also near Montreal's cruise ship terminal, which makes it a great choice for those embarking on a sea voyage. Since the Days Inn is also just a few blocks from two metro stations, it also offers convenient access to the rest of the city.

What Are the Rates?

All guest rooms at the Days Inn are very affordable, with rates averaging between $75 and $89 per night. On the lower end of the range, the standard rooms have two double beds and can sleep up to four guests. Order an extra rollaway bed for your room and accommodate your whole family comfortably at the Days Inn. Business travelers can choose from the business room, which includes a king bed, or the executive suite, which has a king or queen bed, along with a microwave and refrigerator.

What's the Bottom Line?

This 123-room hotel does basic accommodations well, and provides an affordable room for an entire family of four. Any Days Inn Montreal Downtown review will highlight the hotel's convenient location. Nestled between Saint Catherine Street, Chinatown, and the cruise ship terminal, this hotel is a good option for an overnight stay before or after a maritime voyage, or for anyone looking for a good deal in a great location.

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215, boul. Rene-Levesque est
Montreal, QC H2X 1N7
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Overall Guest Score
3.4
Location
"Walking distance to major attractions" "Location was excellent"
Not enough parking facilities, according to 76%.
City centre within easy reach, said 98%.
Service
"Excellent wait staff" "Staff is very professional and nice"
79% found the staff to be very friendly.
59% said the reception staff was ok.
Value
"Paid for underground parking" "Overpriced surroundings"
Breakfast prices were ok, according to 58%.
100% thought it was a great value.
WiFi
"Wi-fi worked perfectly" "Internet was available"
59% said the wifi quality was bad.
100% thought it was a great value.
Breakfast
"No breakfast options" "NO BREAKFAST"
Breakfast prices were ok, according to 58%.
Cleanliness
"Sheets were stained" "Dirty bed linens"
60% said rooms were dirty.
81% said the bathroom was dirty.
Room
"Walls were chipped & worn" "Hotel room was horrible"
60% said rooms were dirty.
Beds were acceptable for 63%.
Amenities
"Old building" "Very dated decor"
66% thought the building wasn't nice.
For 56%, the lobby entrance was sub-standard.
Vibe
"Very dated decor" "Music was very loud"
84% criticized the unstylish hotel.
For 56%, the lobby entrance was sub-standard.

Good to know...

Parking is rare
Rooms need regular maintenance
Near city centre
Rooms could be cleaner
Expert Reviews
Gayot
Explore the bustle of downtown in the proximity of Old Montréal at this moderately priced hotel.
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