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Thread: St.jaques motels

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    St.jaques motels

    Which one's do you prefer?

    Both for Siesta and all night stays

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    I was thinking about going to chably also

    Can you book it all night?

    I hear Collibri is creepy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maria Divina

    I don't know you're coming from, and how long you will stay, but, i wish you a very good sejour in Montreal...

    Thank you but I'm from here

    Just looking for a decent place for "to hang out" with a friend

    on a regular basis

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    Any other suggestions for good hotels that are not d/t?

    Thx

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    Where is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thebitchelor
    to make it clear i wasnt sure what you meant by d/t..is it downtown?well, anyway, sorry if it wasnt that, the question
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    yes d/t = downtown

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    Its not d/t but its laval lol

    Looking more for something in montreal

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    I'm not intested in d/t hotels/motels

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maria Divina
    If you like to have some comfort, and you have some voyeurism fantasy, at Chably, some rooms have " stripper's poll", mirror are everywhere, windows shower.....jaccuzzi ..hummmm..... Really nice!!! Decoration is classic, a little bit remind me of european style.... The street where it is, will not let you see the "better charms" of Montreal, but, right in front, you got a grocery, a bar, more east, you got a stripclub matched with an ordinary restaurant (Picasso) where you can eat at a not too pricy level basics food...

    I don't know you're coming from, and how long you will stay, but, i wish you a very good sejour in Montreal...
    Hello Divine Maria,

    I used one of these rooms once with Chrystelle of Platinum, one of the most beautiful escorts ever. It was a great fantasy come true. But getting back and forth from the center of Montreal to the Chablis was very annoying and used up a lot of time. The traffic could be stalled on the highway and using the city streets was confusing. But many of the rooms are pure fantasy. Love the mirror over the hot tub. What a beauuuuutiful view...lol.

    Right there baby,

    Korbel
    Korbie: of the Boston Red Sox Nation...the NBA Champion Boston Celtics Pride...and...the New England Patriots Dynasty!

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    Has anyone stayed overnight at chablis before?

    I had booked a 2 night stay

    In the afternooon of my 2nd day I got a knock from the maid I

    said no thank you but she insisted in coming in to fix the bed.

    With my experience they clean when the room is empty not while

    people are still inside.

    Is this normal there?

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    Anybody know?

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    The maid wanted to spend some time with you, thinking you were a man SP...

    Seriously, it's not written in stone anywhere but most hotels/motels reserve themself the right to "inspect" rooms once every few days. Considering the main business of the Chablis, checking the rooms every day is probably normal since most patrons only stay a few hours at the time.

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    I was in the room with my friend enjoying life and it killed the mood for us

    having the maid come in

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    Apart from le chablis what are other good one's in that area?

    Name and website would be very helpful

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by master_bates
    Apart from le chablis what are other good one's in that area?
    Name and website would be very helpful
    Thanks
    On St-Jacques? None. The rest are dumps compared to the Chablis.
    MG

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