La Maison du Patriote Reviews
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No Reception at night, half-naked male entered into a female room late at night.,Receptionless Hostell might as well be for just a one gender hostel. I was in Rome where there was no Reception, but it was just absolute for women, Female Coconut Hostel. And other beds, were not in the room, just in the corridor with curtains, strange to walk along the corridor with sleeping or awake People.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 41+
- (1 review)
I only briefly stopped here, arriving late and leaving early the next day, but brief impressions were of a quirky, lively hostel in a really good location for the old part of town. Felt comfortable and friendly, would stay here longer next time I'm in Montreal. Only minor gripe: kitchen felt a little small, but that's no real big issue.
This hostel is super cute. Fantastic location... Until it hits night time. There is a club right across the street that is super loud and the patrons that go there are even more so, this never gets mentioned so I did over hear some guests complaining about the noise because they weren't awear to bring ear plugs. Aside from that really great hostel right in the heart on old montreal.
Simple to book. Great instructions. Really friendly atmosphere. They have free laundry facilities. Fully self catering.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 31-40
- (1 review)
This is honestly one of the worst hostels I've ever stayed in; I ended up booking somewhere else for the final 3 nights of my stay. There are only 2 showers and 2 toilets, which were apparently cleaned daily but I saw no evidence. There were constantly dead wasps in the showers so I guess they had a nest which they'd not tackled. The worst aspect was that there are definitely mice in the eaves & girls' dorm; a paper cup I left at the side of my bed one night had a hole nibbled in it by morning!
This is the homiest hostel I've ever been to! It's basically a little old house with a few rooms on the main floor and a bunch of beds in the attic. (I loved waking up to the sight of wooden beams and stone masonry, and to the sounds of Old Montreal outside.) All the walls are done up in chalk by travelers long past. There's a tiny balcony that overlooks a quaint courtyard. The common room has a bunch of instruments in various states of disrepair. Washing machines are free. Highly recommended!
Most homely hostel I have ever stayed in. So comfortable, mostly slept really well, but on weekends staying in the large dorm can be very loud as hostel is right in the central hub and lots of people come to Montreal for the nightlife. We also stayed in a double room on last night - amazing value for money. Close to tourist sights in Vieux-Montreal, so lots of things to do in the area. Well equipped and well maintained kitchen. Wanted to stay longer once it came to the end of our time there!
I love this place because I had many chances to meet other foreigner friends