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Auberge les Passants du Sans Soucy
At a Glance
- exquisitely personal service
- guests can use the fridge downstairs
- air-conditioning in each room
- rooms need to be booked far in advance
- carpeting up the stairs is well-worn
- parking is a hassle
Auberge les Passants du Sans Soucy Review
Daniel Soucy, one of the friendliest and most urbane hosts you're likely to run into, will go out of his way to make you feel like a houseguest rather than a customer—if you're lucky enough to snag one of his nine rooms, that is. And some regulars would rather delay their vacation than stay anywhere else. No wonder: the rooms have faux fireplaces, flat-screen TVs, brass beds, stone walls, exposed beams, whirlpool baths, and lots of freshly cut flowers. For breakfast you can select from dishes like salmon omelets and French toast, all served in front of a stained-glass wall, under a skylight, beside a fireplace. In the summer, sip your morning coffee in the cobblestone garden. (Or you can opt to have a continental breakfast delivered to your room.) This classy auberge was the first of its kind in the Old Port when it opened back in 1989, and all subsequent properties struggle to live up to its standard.
- Address: 171 rue St-Paul Ouest, Old Montréal, Montréal, QC H2Y 1Z5 | Map It
- Phone: 514/842–2634
- Website: www.lesanssoucy.com
- Metro Square-Victoria or Place-d'Armes.
- Location: Old Montréal (Vieux-Montréal)
- 8 rooms, 1 suite.
- Rate includes breakfast.
- Credit cards accepted.
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