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4-min. walk from transit, free breakfast, great staff, clean & cozy rooms
- Free Wi-Fi, free parking, free breakfast
- Numerous guests praised the hotel's informative and accommodating host
- The hotel was found to be in a peaceful locale and close to public transit
- Several lodgers enjoyed the quality of the free breakfast
- A couple of lodgers reported small rooms and noisy air conditioning
Updated Dec 4, 2013
Located about a 4-minute drive from the nearest Highway 720 on-ramp and a 4-minute walk from Georges Vanier Metro Station, the Repos & Manna B&B is suitable for road or pedestrian travellers who prefer bed-and-breakfast-style accommodations with a free breakfast and easy access to the highway and public transit.more
Each of the hotel's air-conditioned guest rooms comes equipped with free Wi-Fi, cable TV, a private terrace, free bottled water, a bathrobe for each guest and a hair dryer. Some rooms offer a private bathroom and all rooms are non-smoking
Hotel amenities include an outdoor hot tub, a tour desk, a common kitchen, free parking and a free breakfast. Pets are not permitted and the hotel is not wheelchair accessible.
Montreal's city centre can be found about 8 minutes away by car, while Place Alexi-Nihon offers shopping a 5-minute drive from the hotel. The Bell Centre is roughly 17 minutes away on foot and Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL) is an 18-minute drive away. (All distances and travel time estimates: Google Maps)
The majority of the reviews sourced for this analysis were positive, with much praise going to the hotel's staff, location, breakfast and rooms.
The hotel's host was praised by many lodgers, who found him informative, friendly, accommodating and helpful with directions and suggestions. One patron remarked, "Tony was an incredible host! He gave us a quick run down of what was near by as well as tourist guides and maps. As very basic French speakers, we were grateful for the guidance and travel advice".
Numerous reviewers enjoyed the hotel's location, describing it as central, peaceful and safe, as well as close to public transit, restaurants, Ste. Catherines Street and grocery stores. One guest noted, "The inn was SO central! Most things were within walking distance and when they weren't, The metro line took us everywhere we needed to go and was just a few minutes walk!".
Several guests were impressed with the hotel's free breakfast. They found it to be delicious, healthy, fresh, tasty and fantastic.
The hotel's accommodations were enjoyed by several travellers. They described their rooms as clean, quiet and cozy, with comfortable beds and fast Wi-Fi. A few patrons had complaints about their lodgings, however (see below).
While the majority of reviews consulted for this analysis were positive, there were couple of complaints about the rooms.
Although the majority of reviewers were pleased with their clean and comfortable accommodations at the hotel, a couple of lodgers had complaints. They reported small-sized rooms, a dimly-lit basement room and noisy in-room air conditioning.
SourcesTripAdvisor.com guest reviews ranked the hotel #26 of 148 Montreal B&B and Inns with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 from 40 reviews.
Booking.com guest reviews rated the hotel 8.9 out of 10 from 16 reviews.
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