by Candyce H. Stapen
Expanded and improved, the Chateau Laurier, part of which fronts the Grand Allee, is situated a few blocks from the St. Louis gate, an entryway into the Upper Town of the Old City. Rooms vary so be sure to request one that’s large enough for four and less noisy than those facing the Grand-Allee. The hotel has a garden, restaurant and an indoor, salt-water pool.
Our Editor Loves
- Indoor salt-water pool
- Onsite family dining
- Great location near the Upper Town of Old City
by gaia c
2 big defolt:
The breakfast was absolutely not il line with the beauty of the hotel.
The ask you 200 dollars to deposit to give back at the check out, and it’s not correct.
You are nobody to freeze my money!
by Doug T
Reception and check in was efficient, room was large. Restaurant was reasonably priced, service was good. Housekeeping was not the best. Good location and easy to get to major attractions. Would stay here again.