|There is a room service robot|
There is a terrace on the 20th floor ... here are the views.
Here was my room ... it was about $260/night.
|The bed was comfy|
|The shower and toilet were in one room |
and the sink across from them
My room was small but functional. The blinds were power controlled with a switch on the wall. The coffee maker was a Nespresso. WIFI was included (up to six devices a day) and was speedy. There was a mini fridge and an in-closet safe.
There was a thermostat on the wall and though I had it turned down to 68F, I found the room a bit stuffy at night ... I couldn't kick off the blankets at night and just have a sheet on me because there was no sheet, just a duvet.
There was no alarm clock. I asked the housekeeping supervisor about that and he said I could set the alarm using the TV (the TV could do a lot) but I wasn't able to figure it out. I ended up using my cell phone as my alarm, which was fine, but in the middle of the night it's nice to be able to glance over at a clock to know what time it is.
Though the TV was cool and seemed to have a lot of functions, the remote control didn't work very well, which was annoying.
I had requested a late check-out and was "approved" until 1pm. When I tried to get into my room about 12:30pm, though, my key pass had been disabled. Huh?!
The hotel is within walking distance from St. Catherine Street where there is lots of shopping and restaurants and also Old Montreal.