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With its sought-after location in downtown Montreal, Le Meridien Versailles Montreal hotel is the ideal place to enjoy a relaxing break in Quebec, Canada. Marvel at the breath-taking Marie Queen of the World Cathedral, visit The Mount Royal for a fun sporting day, browse the vast Montreal Museum of Fine Arts or head to Crescent Street for a memorable night out.
All of the stylish guest rooms are designed to make you feel right at home during your stay at Le Meridien Versailles Montreal hotel. Each room provides ironing amenities, a private bathroom with hairdryer and LM100 bathroom toiletries, a cable TV, free Wi-Fi access, a mini-bar, a coffee/tea maker and 24-hour room service.
Tuck into a Mediterranean-inspired meal at the trendy Branzino Restaurant Montreal before settling with a cool drink in the bar area. The hotel also has a laundry service and a fitness centre.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Concierge Desk
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Mini bar
- Room Service Not 24hr: Yes
- In Room Safe
- Pay Movies
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Laundry/Dry Cleaning Services
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Parking at Hotel Cost: $27.00 Per 24 Hours
- Gym Free: Yes
- Name: Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport
- Distance: 18 kilometres
- Baby Sitting
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Types: Pets accepted on request with hotel
- Cost: $15.00 per night
- Nearest Airport Name: Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport Distance: 18 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 641 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Le Meridian Versailles: Good in theory, poor in execution.
Stay Date: 09/2017, L C wrote this review.
We visited Le Meridian Versailles during the week of September 4th, 2017. We were excited to try this boutique hotel in Montreal as boutique hotels tend to offer unique experiences and better service. Well, let me start off by saying that neither is … See more
We visited Le Meridian Versailles during the week of September 4th, 2017. We were excited to try this boutique hotel in Montreal as boutique hotels tend to offer unique experiences and better service. Well, let me start off by saying that neither is true for Le Meridian Versailles, unless you count the unique service as construction outside your bedroom beginning before 8 am in the morning. Check in was pretty seamless, though as Starwood members we are usually acknowledged and given a higher level. This didn't happen. Even though the hotel was completely dead it seems as though the front desk clerk was eager to get us on our way. As soon as we got off the elevator we were greeted by dirty floors. We turned the corner and there was a giant hole in the wall. Considering the hotel was dead, it seems odd that they didn't put us on a different floor considering there was some massive damage on this floor. The lacklustre theme of Le Meridian Versailles continued into our bedroom. Our room had small damage nearly everywhere. Our safe didn't work or hadn't been reset. The tap of the bathroom sink sputtered and exploded water all over us every time we turned it on. These aren't the hugest deals in the world of course, but many, many minor annoyances tend to add up. The absolute worst part about our room was that the entire place smelled of dampness. I hate to be crass...but it almost smelt of urine. Old urine. It was pretty disgusting. We had to head out as we had an event to run to so I turned the fan on high and hoped for the best. In hindsight I should have asked to switch rooms but considering the state of the rest of the hotel I didn't exactly feel like this was an isolated issue. Cut to the next morning. We wake up to the lovely sounds of construction and scraping of the wall being done almost directly outside our building. Anyone who has been on a job site knows what an awful sound this is. I don't know who manages this hotel but they are doing an incredibly poor job. As I said before this hotel seemed completely empty and I don't understand why they would have put anyone, let alone loyal Starwood members on this floor during this renovation. Le Meridian Versailles: good in theory, poor in execution. We will never stay here again. And unless you like the smell of old urine and being awoken to renovation sounds in the early am, I recommend you stay away. Collapse
Great staff, aging facility
Stay Date: 09/2017, traveler0891 wrote this review.
I found the desk staff to be professional and friendly - they cheerfully accommodated a room request and in general were excellent. The hotel, however, is overdue for a routine refresh/renovation - chipped paint, peeling wallpaper, noisy HVAC, tired … See more
I found the desk staff to be professional and friendly - they cheerfully accommodated a room request and in general were excellent. The hotel, however, is overdue for a routine refresh/renovation - chipped paint, peeling wallpaper, noisy HVAC, tired feel, etc. To their credit, their room rates are lower than most Meridiens, at least when I stayed - but I hope to see a top-to-bottom refresh before too long if they aim to keep up with the Meridien brand standards. Definitely happy with the stay for the price I paid though... Collapse
Tired Hotel, Just Average
Stay Date: 08/2017, TEAMBKR wrote this review.
We stayed here for 3 nights to assist in getting our daughter settled into McGill rez. The location is fantastic and very convenient wrt a base from which to explore. That's about it. It goes downhill from there. The room was musty and in generally … See more
We stayed here for 3 nights to assist in getting our daughter settled into McGill rez. The location is fantastic and very convenient wrt a base from which to explore. That's about it. It goes downhill from there. The room was musty and in generally poor repair. One of the smallest bathrooms we've experienced in a hotel. Service is hit and miss. General attitudes of the staff are a bit snooty, depending on who you engaged with. They nickel and dime you and prices are high for a poor offering. Went to the bar and asked for a Tanqueray and tonic. Server had never heard of it! Didn't know any of their offerings. Training needed here big time!! Collapse
Great location, nice rooms
Stay Date: 08/2017, kentu87 wrote this review.
I've stayed at this hotel a few times. I like the location, it's a little off the beaten path, but still close enough to downtown for meetings. The rooms are nice, clean and comfortable. No coffee in the room, but you get a coupon for a free cup an… See more
I've stayed at this hotel a few times. I like the location, it's a little off the beaten path, but still close enough to downtown for meetings. The rooms are nice, clean and comfortable. No coffee in the room, but you get a coupon for a free cup and just need to go to the restaurant for it. The bar and restaurant are nice, I prefer the restaurant for dinner as the breakfast buffet is not the best and the service is a bit slow. They have a good exercise room, small but 2 good treadmills. It's also close the the metro and walking distance to St. Catherine's and also to have walking trails to go up Mont Royal. Collapse
Stylish, spacious, and clean room; HORRIBLE staff!
Stay Date: 08/2017, Catherine P wrote this review.
First the good: Centrally located in Montreal, yet blessedly far away from the Quartier des spectacles for those wishing for more peace. Stylish rooms are clean and comfortable. There is a good restaurant on the ground floor. A good boutique-style ho… See more
First the good: Centrally located in Montreal, yet blessedly far away from the Quartier des spectacles for those wishing for more peace. Stylish rooms are clean and comfortable. There is a good restaurant on the ground floor. A good boutique-style hotel for a business traveller. Bonus points for the Malin and Goetz products in the bathroom. Now the very bad: I was completely appalled by the attitude of all but a few of the staff I encountered there. My compliments to the people in charge of bringing any type of order to the room, nothing to say. But the front of house staff, with one exception, was unbelievably rude and unpolished. Not a smile, not a "Hello, how may we help you?" I was greeted with a frown and a curt "Yes"? They declined to send someone to sweep the floor when I broke a glass in the bathroom one evening. "The cleaning lady will have to get it tomorrow, there's no one here." Furthermore, I was present during a freak storm which was noted for uprooting trees in a nearby neighbourhood. I went to the desk and asked for a taxi. The three women there looked at me silently. I assured them I was a hotel guest, giving them my room number. Finally a taxi was called. The doorman eventually told me "Ma'am your taxi is across the street"... I answered "It's pouring rain, could you please have them turn around?" He rolled his eyes at me and did so. After that, I had to ask him to walk me to the car with his umbrella, as he didn't volunteer. Immediately after, I called to ask when the manager would be present for me to speak to them about an incident. I was given the runaround, and forwarded twice to voicemails, before someone claiming to be the supervisor answered. I felt this was one of the people who had given me bad service so I opted not to speak to her. They had my name and my room number yet no one made any enquiry as to what had gone wrong. I remained calm and polite but promised myself a poor review. I cannot remember in my lifetime ever having encountered such a rude, unpleasant, unprofessional hotel staff! It seems truly endemic at this location. I understand finding good workers in the service industry is becoming increasingly difficult, and that the job is never easy, but there is clearly something wrong here. Collapse
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