Ratings based on 877 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.1 out of 5
89% of guests recommend
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
5 out of 5
by A verified traveller from Toronto, ON

Easy to access and close to downtown.

Posted 23-Apr-2016
Beautiful older building with lots of character. Rooms were nice but nothing fancy and singles are fairly small. Very accessible to downtown and staff were awesome. Breakfast was great as well. Needs some cosmetic work but overall very satisfied.
3 out of 5
by A verified traveller from Toronto

Lovely hotel with a French touch

Posted 22-Apr-2016
Everything was wonderful, bed comfy, room pleasant, clean including a surprise from expedia that offered me a complimentary specialty beverage at the breakfast room so I was told when I checked in. Unfortunately I never got my treat... all because the breakfast person told me there is no such thing, she doesn't have specialty coffee. I didn't fuss about it.. cos there was nice buffet breakfast..tea, coffee, juice, croissant, pain au chocolat, chocolate chip mini cupcakes, hard boiled eggs, cereal, fruit salad etc... at checkout, I asked just curious why I was told about a complimentary specialty coffee at check in when the breakfast lady said she doesn't have any. The lady at the front desk said I should have asked her to order it for me from across the street from the restaurant at the le meridian. There was no apology from the breakfast room lady happened to be there, instead, she looked annoyed and angry ... and front desk lady never apologised either cos she made it should like it was my fault! I would have had a better memory of my stay if it didn't happened.
4 out of 5
by A verified traveller from Moncton, NB

Pleasant Stay at Boutique Hotel

Posted 06-Apr-2016
Pros: Close to art galleries, shopping and restaurants. Loved outward appearance and indoor amenities. Just what we were looking for.
Cons: I would like to see more comfortable (easy) chairs in the room and better lighting for reading.
Location: We enjoyed the proximity of restaurants, Mont Royal and the the Musee des Beaux Arts. Easy access to Metro (Guy-Concordia.)
We found Chateau Versailles to be an elegant little hotel located in a very convenient area of downtown Montreal.
4 out of 5
by A verified traveller

Nice Old Hotel

Posted 24-Mar-2016
If you like old mansions and hotels then you will like this one. Our preference is more towards new. Someone had left the heat in the bathroom on high, and the room was like a dry sauna when we walked in. Was able to open the windows but still took hours to cool down. Staff was pleasant and breakfast was typical euro continental.
3 out of 5
by A verified traveller from New York, NY

Nice hotel but could have been better

Posted 25-Feb-2016
Pros: Location, boutique style, good value for money, breakfast
Cons: maintenance of facility
I stayed this hotel two nights. The hotel looks like a nice boutique hotel in Europe. Location is great and staff are nice. Free breakfast is decent. When I checked-in, they gave me a free upgrade to a bigger room with a nice view and a fireplace. However, the fireplace was not working - when I told this to the desk, they sent a person to check it right away, but just said that it's broken, and they cannot fix it at the moment. Well, it was not a big deal to me at that time. On the second night, my last night of staying, the temperature went down below 10 degree in Fahrenheit, and the room became extremely cold. I made the thermometer setting all the way up, but I was not sure whether it's working or not. I had to wear long sleeves and cashmere sweaters to get to sleep. I was feeling very tired and cold in the morning. When checking out, I told this to the desk, but they just said that "Sorry, there was some problems with heating last night, but it's fine now." So simple for them. I would not stay at this hotel during winter time.
4 out of 5
by A verified traveller

Posted 23-Feb-2016
Pros: Location.
Small hotel. It is old but comfortable. Central location made it easy to get around.
1 out of 5
by Frederick from Kingston

Don't stay here.

Posted 02-Feb-2016 on Hotels
The hotel room was dramatically smaller than presented online. You could not walk around the foot of the bed without turning sideways. Described as a 'deluxe' room it was anything but. The room was dirty. There was an impressive array of detritus from countless other guests under the bed, including used tissues and general filth.
5 out of 5
by Lucie from Québec

rapport qualité prix extra

Posted 02-Feb-2016 on Hotels
nous allions au Musée des beaux arts donc location parfaite. Près du métro, donc près de tout. Déjeuner impeccable pour un déjeuner gratuit. Seuls hic, cafetière ne fonctionnait pas dans la chambre, un beau bain mais pas de bouchon, robinetterie de la douche ne fonctionnait pas bien.
3 out of 5
by A verified traveller from brooklyn, ny

Close to museums

Posted 31-Jan-2016
There are a lot of stairs to get in the hotel and unless you get a room on the main floor, you will need to climb stairs to get to your room. Some staff are noticeably friendly while others seem to be going through the motions. The rooms are not all the same. On an earlier stay,I had a desk with elec. outlets. Most recent stay, no desk and had to unplug stuff just to charge up my devices.
3 out of 5
by A verified traveller from brooklyn, ny

Older hotel with antiques throughout.

Posted 26-Jan-2016
2 blocks from the metro in a relatively quieter area of western downtown Montreal. Older, quiet hotel that is quaint and decorated with antiques throughout for a museum type feel. Basic continental breakfast. Beware of stairs to be negotiated in some situations. Suited more for adults than families.