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The University B&B is well located to McGill University and had a more or less friendly staff. The room (grey room on 3rd floor) is a mini suite and ample room for sure. The climb is all stairs but manageable. Breakfasts are ample with eggs,...More
The location is great if you are dropping off your McGill student or visiting. The street is very quiet yet walking distance to many busy streets with shopping and dining options.
The suite we were in (beige) is spacious for 2 people. Excellent wifi.
We stayed at the University B&B for the final 2 nights of a bike tour from Toronto to Montreal.
We arrived in the pouring rain dripping wet and creating puddles on the floor - not a problem at all - we were shown quickly to...More
Stayed in the brick suite for the last 4 nights. Whilst technically the room was clean and as described (photos a little to generous to reality) you need to be aware of a few issues.
Firstly, the bedstead comes complete with an additional wooden base...More
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Response from Universitybnb, Manager at University Bed & Breakfast ApartmentsResponded 16 August 2016
Thank you for your honesty and for taking time to review our B&B. I want to apologize for the inconveniences you experienced. Our goal is to make our guests as comfortable as possible and it appears that this was not your experience during...More
This is a very well run B&B with an excellent central location in Montreal. We were glad we chose the greystone suite. It was very well appointed and had an updated bathroom with an incredible shower. It was also great having a stove, refrigerator, and...More
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