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Hotel Europeenne

2.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

It was ok. Good safe small room at a great location. No complaints, except the croissants.

The location in Montreal is great., near Emilie Gamelin Park (live music and lots of festivities), Rue St. Catherine (pedestrian street mall), Rue St. Denis (all the restaurants you could want), and the main metro station, from which you can catch 3/4 lines. And the hotel is reasonably priced, and clean. So nothing major bad. But the overall upkeep is not the greatest. The phone in our room did not work, and rather than offer to fix it, they told us to use the one down in the lobby. But that phone also had some very shoddy wire connections, so if you moved the receiver at all, there was a huge amount of static. The plunger in the bathroom toilet did not seat properly, so we had to go in 3 times and manually adjust it to get the water to stop running. One of the bedside light bulbs was burnt out, and when my sister asked for a new one, they gave her a little bit of an argument before giving her another light bulb. And there was no thermostat. The only way to control the temperature was to try to close the air conditioning vent. But it was up high, and climbing on a chair I could just barely reach it. And the last night, the air conditioning did not come on at all. And the front door to the hotel scraped the ground every time you opened or closed it. Oh, and all the tables in the breakfast area did not sit level on the floor. So there were just a lot of these little things. None of them terrible. But I might try one of the other hotels on the same street.

Although the hotel is in a great location near the central bus station, and the Berri-UQAM subway stop, the hotel I think was way overpriced for the type of hotel it was. Though I didn't stay much in the room the entire weekend, the room seemed very small for a one-person room.

Small, very reasonable no-frills hotel in a row of similar places, but it is very clean, good bed, bad wall art, new wall plaster, and surprisingly a new flat-screen. It does have a hair dryer, too--an unexpected bonus. Continental breakfast of exceptionally good coffee and fresh croissants. Who could ask for anything more?

The hotel is a decent place if you're looking to leave your luggage and go around the city. I would suggest parking at the Library (5-8 minute walk from the hotel) as you can leave and come back whenever you please ($12 per day).

I got scabies from their dirty beds. Thank you. Will never stay here EVER !!! !!! EVER !!! EVER !!!!

Location is good, very close to the subway and Montreal sights. Our room was larger than we had expected. However, the bathroom hadn't been cleaned very well when we arrived and the blanket on one of the beds had cigarette burns on it. WiFi barely worked in our room but was ok in the lobby. The free breakfast consists of coffee/tea and cheap pastries in a large Tupperware container. It's basically what we expected for the price we paid.

The hotel is in a great location, right next to the bus stop and close to the gay village/restaurants etc. HOWEVER! there are bums and homeless folk hanging around everywhere. They fall on you ... yell and scream at you for money and so on. The hotel staff wasnt very welcoming. The room is TINY but if you want to be cheap and stay close to the bus station then this is great. There is no temperature control knob so we pretty much froze to death all night long. They do not provide you with an iron/ironing board. There is a nasty refrigerator but anyone in their right mind wouldnt use it unless its for liqour. The soap and shampoo they provide you with are the cheapest brand on the planet. its basically a stick of plastic you can rub yourself with and get yourself "clean". The bathroom was gross. The sink was gross. The tiles in the bathroom were broken. I will not be staying here ever again. They only give you one key so if you are going with 2 people then youre pretty much dependent on that 1 room key. oh and theres no elevator. you have to haul your luggage up the stairs.

I was totally satisfied with the hotel. I didn't expect much from a two star hotel, but the room was clean and cozy, you have complementary breakfast in the morning. The stuff was friendly and helpful. The hotel is very close to the bus station, restaurants, and is about 20min walking distance from the Vieux Montreal. If you are looking for a clean and nice hotel for a reasonable price, Hotel Europeenne is what you are looking for!

Very basic room, but clean. We were lucky to atleast have a back window (no great view--looking out to an inactive bus stand). The rooms on the sides would be windowless because of the common wall buildings. Helpful staff. Ideal location, close to main streets, and 3 minute walk to the Metro. Poor lighting, so bring a good pair of magnifiers to read your maps.

I had a fantastic time. This was a bachelor party trip and this hotel won because it was the cheapest. I almost got something else because people were saying this place was a disaster. After staying there, I think some of these reviewers are just overly picky but to each their own. I thought this place was just fine and the bonuses were discovered when we got there. Parking garage was 50 paces away. Convenience/beer store was across the street. Metro with three different lines was two blocks away. Easy access to the Casino, or two separate parts of downtown. If you'd prefer to walk, downtown is still only a twenty/thirty minute walk. Complimentary wifi was helpful to plan the day's events. Bank two blocks away. Tons of pubs, cafés, adult entertainment, and food just a short walk. The rooms were clean. I found the beds to be very comfortable. We were on the 4th floor so the water took a while to get hot sometimes but our group is pretty mellow so that wasn't much of a problem. We really just needed a cheap place to store our stuff, shower, and sleep.

Very small, but clean and close to a lot of activities.. Only problem was the language barrier. I'm from NY and do not speak French and the man at the desk barely spoke English so it was difficult checking in.

To keep it short - the rooms are not the cleanest (for example the bathroom tiles looked shiny, making a simple swipe with paper showed a pretty black piece of paper - dirt nicely distributed instead of cleaned). The door locks i could open keyless within 2 seconds. On the good side: the entry is always locked and somebody is at the front desk 24 hours. Staff was generally friendly and helpful, breakfast so-so but existent, and most important: compared to other prices near the center it's really ok.

When we got to this hotel my friends and I realized why they hotel was so cheap. Although it is close to the bus station and a walk from many attractions downtown, the room was cramped and dirty. When we arrived we saw a bug crawling across one of the headboards. They did not have many towels and their packets of soap and shampoo were really small. The staff were friendly and even gave us an extra bed to sleep on. But I wouldn't recommend this place to anyone. In fact we left to sleep in another hotel the next night. Honestly, I'm not even sure how the hotel was even two stars.

I went to Montreal with my family for leisure for 3 days. We chose this hotel because it was downtown area (very close to restaurants and attractions of the city) and not very expensive. The hotel is clean and secure but it is NOT A FAMILY HOTEL. The hotel does not have an elevator. It was very crucial for people like me, who travel with babies (strollers, car seats, and lots of stuff). I had to carry everything one by one through the stairs during my stay. (In this sense, it is not good for disabled or elderly people either!) There is a continental breakfast served everyday at the reception. You should take the food and coffee to the room to eat (there is no enough space). The staff were not always friendly for the guests, who wish to take some extra breakfast for the family members. If you are there at the weekend, you may hear (or see!) drunk couples checking in late night for spending one night together. This is a 'one night stand' type of hotel. It could be a good one fro this purpose but I would not go for a hotel like this with the family next time. Thanks,

graet location rooms were small but everyone was polite we had 7 teenagaers with us. kids loved the location and so did we.was agreat visit .

nothing special about the rooms, but good if you are looking for a cheap room in a central location within walking distance to most of the tourist areas and public transportation (2 metro lines are 1 block way). The staff were very helpful and accommodating. My only complaint was that the room could have been a bit cleaner (empty beer bottle under the bed).

This hotel called Hotel Europeenne, Montreal, CA was ok, but their was bo air in the hotel, we sweated at night.

The Hotel Europeene was good for the price. As a traveling student, I did not expect much, nor was very much offered. The room was quite small and featured few, if any, amenities, but its location made up for what it lacked. It was very close to a metro, restaraunts, and bars. The garage parking was also at a very reasonable price. But they had a strange guest policy.

1620 Rue Saint-hubert Montreal QC

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to University of Quebec-Montreal
  • Free continental breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • 24-hour business center

Located in Gay Village within a short walk of University of Quebec-Montreal, Hotel Europeenne is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Notre Dame Basilica. This 29-room hotel has conveniences like free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and a 24-hour business center. It's in central Montreal and also close to Bonsecours Market and Christ Church Cathedral.


Dining

Start your day off right with a free continental breakfast.


Rooms

The 29 rooms are air-conditioned and have refrigerators and phones. Guests can expect to find cable TV and stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries.


Property features

Hotel Europeenne features free WiFi in public areas, a 24-hour business center, and coffee in a common area. Self parking is offered for CAD 15.00 per day. The front desk is staffed 24 hours a day to help with luggage storage and tours/tickets. This smoke-free hotel also has a TV in a common area.

Room options

Standard Room, 2 Double Beds

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Economy Room, 1 Single Bed

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Guest reviews for Hotel Europeenne

Everyone (2) Business (2) Family (3) Other (4) Friends (8)
3
Everyone

It was ok. Good safe small room at a great location. No complaints, except the croissants.

By on Sep 12, 2016

3

moderately priced, good location, lots of issues

Everyone

The location in Montreal is great., near Emilie Gamelin Park (live music and lots of festivities), Rue St. Catherine (pedestrian street mall), Rue St. Denis (all the restaurants you could want), and the main metro station, from which you can catch 3/4 lines. And the hotel is reasonably priced, and clean. So nothing major bad. But the overall upkeep is not the greatest. The phone in our room did not work, and rather than offer to fix it, they told us to use the one down in the lobby. But that phone also had some very shoddy wire connections, so if you moved the receiver at all, there was a huge amount of static. The plunger in the bathroom toilet did not seat properly, so we had to go in 3 times and manually adjust it to get the water to stop running. One of the bedside light bulbs was burnt out, and when my sister asked for a new one, they gave her a little bit of an argument before giving her another light bulb. And there was no thermostat. The only way to control the temperature was to try to close the air conditioning vent. But it was up high, and climbing on a chair I could just barely reach it. And the last night, the air conditioning did not come on at all. And the front door to the hotel scraped the ground every time you opened or closed it. Oh, and all the tables in the breakfast area did not sit level on the floor. So there were just a lot of these little things. None of them terrible. But I might try one of the other hotels on the same street.

By , from USA on Aug 28, 2016

3

okay for the weekend

Singles

Although the hotel is in a great location near the central bus station, and the Berri-UQAM subway stop, the hotel I think was way overpriced for the type of hotel it was. Though I didn't stay much in the room the entire weekend, the room seemed very small for a one-person room.

By on May 28, 2013

3

my ideal lodging

BusinessTravelers

Small, very reasonable no-frills hotel in a row of similar places, but it is very clean, good bed, bad wall art, new wall plaster, and surprisingly a new flat-screen. It does have a hair dryer, too--an unexpected bonus. Continental breakfast of exceptionally good coffee and fresh croissants. Who could ask for anything more?

By on Sep 23, 2012

3

clean and cheap place in a good location

GetawayWithFriends

The hotel is a decent place if you're looking to leave your luggage and go around the city. I would suggest parking at the Library (5-8 minute walk from the hotel) as you can leave and come back whenever you please ($12 per day).

By on Sep 10, 2012

1

hi

LGBT

I got scabies from their dirty beds. Thank you. Will never stay here EVER !!! !!! EVER !!! EVER !!!!

By on Sep 7, 2012

3

ok for the price

GetawayWithFriends

Location is good, very close to the subway and Montreal sights. Our room was larger than we had expected. However, the bathroom hadn't been cleaned very well when we arrived and the blanket on one of the beds had cigarette burns on it. WiFi barely worked in our room but was ok in the lobby. The free breakfast consists of coffee/tea and cheap pastries in a large Tupperware container. It's basically what we expected for the price we paid.

By on Sep 4, 2012

2

oh jesus... where do i start ?

LGBT

The hotel is in a great location, right next to the bus stop and close to the gay village/restaurants etc. HOWEVER! there are bums and homeless folk hanging around everywhere. They fall on you ... yell and scream at you for money and so on. The hotel staff wasnt very welcoming. The room is TINY but if you want to be cheap and stay close to the bus station then this is great. There is no temperature control knob so we pretty much froze to death all night long. They do not provide you with an iron/ironing board. There is a nasty refrigerator but anyone in their right mind wouldnt use it unless its for liqour. The soap and shampoo they provide you with are the cheapest brand on the planet. its basically a stick of plastic you can rub yourself with and get yourself "clean". The bathroom was gross. The sink was gross. The tiles in the bathroom were broken. I will not be staying here ever again. They only give you one key so if you are going with 2 people then youre pretty much dependent on that 1 room key. oh and theres no elevator. you have to haul your luggage up the stairs.

By on Aug 22, 2012

4

good hotel for a good price

Singles

I was totally satisfied with the hotel. I didn't expect much from a two star hotel, but the room was clean and cozy, you have complementary breakfast in the morning. The stuff was friendly and helpful. The hotel is very close to the bus station, restaurants, and is about 20min walking distance from the Vieux Montreal. If you are looking for a clean and nice hotel for a reasonable price, Hotel Europeenne is what you are looking for!

By on Jul 5, 2012

2

great price, central location

GetawayWithFriends

Very basic room, but clean. We were lucky to atleast have a back window (no great view--looking out to an inactive bus stand). The rooms on the sides would be windowless because of the common wall buildings. Helpful staff. Ideal location, close to main streets, and 3 minute walk to the Metro. Poor lighting, so bring a good pair of magnifiers to read your maps.

By on Jun 26, 2012