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Montreal - Old Town or Plateau district?

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First time visitors to Montreal. I understand there are two unique districts in Montreal. Old Town and the Plateau district. What is the difference? For a 2 or 3 day stay is one better that the other for accommodations and restaurants, etc. I've heard the Auberge de la Fontaine is a nice hotel in the plateau area and the Marriott Chateau Champlain in old town. Any help in selecting between these two?

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