A Bespoke Boutique Hotel in the Heart of Montreal
Little touches really set the Hotel Le St Martin apart – like big, cozy bathrobes, a Keurig coffee machine, and our 4pm “Snack Angel” who came around offering complimentary treats. There were some things, however, that could have been improved. The towels were rough and stiff and the hairdryer was a small, standard issue device without much power.
In terms of amenities and services, the Hotel Le St Martin has a small roof top pool that, while tiny in its proportions, was nevertheless charming and relaxing. The chic restaurant/bar area featured some very funky art installations and also boasted a pretty outside seating area. Our included breakfast was delicious but the service was horribly slow - on our first morning, it took an hour for the four of us to receive our food!
As always, I welcome your comments. What do you look for in a hotel?
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My hotel room included with my visit with Montreal Tourism. This did not affect my review and all opinions remain my own.