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When I went there I was trying to save money and it was a quick sleep. We got there at night and left in the morning so I thought the best thing to do for me is to book a room through airbnb. you can check it out. there is a lot of options there from cheap to super expensive and you can view the location. good luck!

sorry didn't notice until now that you said no hostel :P

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I stayed at the Days Inn Downtown on Boul. Rene-Levesque. I chose it because it was decently priced and the reviews that I read were better than the Travelodge, although it was about a block further.

I took a "practice walk" the night before to make sure I could find it in the morning to avoid any delays. SUPER EASY. Take a right out of the hotel and walk straight down Boul. Rene-Levesque until you get to St-Alexandre. The consulate is on that corner. It was about a 10 minute walk! The hotel itself was pretty basic but it got the job done :)

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If you want to treat yourself, I recommend the Fairmont Reine Elizabeth/Queen Elizabeth. The front desk will hold your luggage while you go to the Consulate.

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Stayed in Motel Pierre 'cuz it was cheap. It was okay (a bit sketchy)...but saved a ton of money compared to a hotel room ($49/night), and it was private (not like a hostel). It was also a 20 minute drive from the Consulate.

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There are a tonne of threads on this already.

Also do a trip advisor search. Really you are only limited for hotels based on your budget.

The address for the consulate is 1155 Rue St-Alexandre, Montréal, QC H3B 3Z1, Canada

I stayed at the http://www.hoteleuropa.com/en for a week. It was nice and was a 10 minute walk to both the consulate and the medical.

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Try Hotwire.com

It gives you a discount price but it won't tell you what hotel you will get until you book the hotel.

However, there are some hotels that will tell you what the previous person got:

go to Hotwire.com and search for Montreal and check for

"3-star All-suites Hotel in Downtown Montreal East area

80% Recommended

(Free breakfast, free internet, pet friendly, fitness center, busines center, self-service laundry)"

When you click, you will see the following message:

"Book soon! The last person got the Hotel Faubourg Montreal"

The price per night varies depend on the date and where you access (either canada or USA), but my wife was able to book at decent price when she accessed it from Canada

Currently, it says $73 (US dollar) per night from USA.

The hotel (Hotel Faubourg Montreal) was about 7~8 minutes walk from the consulate and it was very clean and they gave you free breakfast!

Does anyone have hotel recommendations for hotels in Montreal neat the consulate? I'd prefer to not stay in a hostel

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