When Bruised Knuckles went to Montreal, we had to sleep somewhere, and since Allison had quite a bit of experience with hostels from her European escapades, we chose Auberge Saint-Paul Hostel in the Old City.
With clean dormitory style rooms, we chose a six person room (because poor) but private rooms were available too, The showers and bathrooms were clean, as well as the rooms, and towels and bed linens were provided. A free continental breakfast was also included, but we were never up early enough to try it.
Off the street, the hostel only has a small hanging sign and a pin-pad entry. We got into the city just before the front desk closed, luckily, so the door was still open. Up a few flights of (beautiful) stairs is the lobby. With a front desk, couches and a TV, we immediately noticed how friendly the atmosphere was. We paid and were showed to our room, with two girls and a guy already staying there.
The beds were comfortable, but not exceptional. Everything was how we expected, or nicer, but again, a hostel isn't quality accommodations, but it was exactly what we needed.
Check out Auberge Saint-Paul Hostel for reasonable rates, safe, clean accommodations, and a convenient location.
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