Auberge de La Fontaine

 
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July 4, 2012 –  The Auberge de La Fontaine didn’t win a 2012 Québec Tourism Award (“Accommodation – less than 40 units” category) for nothing. In fact, even before setting foot in the establishment, guests can appreciate the premises’ charming, early 20th century Victorian façade and its prime location overlooking the magnificent Parc La Fontaine in the heart of the Plateau Mont-Royal.

This positive, first impression continues inside, where a warm, welcoming vibe exudes from the friendliness of the staff to the resplendent interior décor that carries on into the 21 distinct rooms of this three star and three diamond CAA/AAA establishment. Cozy and comfortable, the inn is perfectly suited for a pleasant stay in Montréal at any time of the year.


When the sun rises, the Auberge de La Fontaine delights with a generous buffet that will help you get the day started on the right foot to discover all that is Montréal. Located near the city centre and major tourist attractions, this bed and breakfast is a convenient haven, regardless of the nature of your visit.

Business travelers will appreciate amenities, like high speed Internet and a meeting room, as well as the ability to get to appointments with ease. Meanwhile, vacationers and couples will enjoy the outstanding staff hospitality when planning their comings and goings, for example, on the cycling paths (at the inn’s doorstep) using the nearby self-service BIXI station for bicycles, or at places where you can shamelessly just laze around. In either case, at the end of your trip, you’ll leave with thoughts of soon returning.



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