Wednesday 22 January 2020

Hôtel Nelligan, Montreal, QC

The company I work for had their sales conference the last two days in Montreal.  I spent the last two nights at the Hôtel Nelligan in old Montreal.

Here's my room ... it was huge!

The bed was big and comfy!

My room had a mini fridge, a safe in the closet, bathrobes and slippers, and a coffee maker.  WIFI was complimentary and was speedy at times and barely existent at other times.

I couldn't figure out how to turn the fireplace off so left it on the first night when I went to sleep.  My room was cold so I turned the thermostat up to 85F and it didn't make a difference.  The bathroom was especially cold.  I was talking to some of my colleagues last night about how cold my room was and they said the fireplace also threw heat if you turned that part on.  I mentioned it to someone at the front desk about my room being cold and the thermostat not working and she offered to send someone up to check it out.  But I told her I would try to get the heat going in fireplace so should be fine.  I figured out how to turn the fireplace off but not how to turn the heat on ... the blankets kept me warm.  This morning it was chilly and I was determined to figure it out ... and I did.  It didn't throw a lot of heat but it helped.

The water pressure in the shower was strong.  The bath tub was awesome and I did take advantage of it.

My room faced the street and it was noisy early in the morning with garbage trucks stopping and picking things up.

The hotel is in Old Montreal with lots of restaurants, attractions, etc.

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