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All Suite Roberval 1 & 2, QC
Anne Ma Soeur Anne, QC
Auberge Du Vieux Port, QC
Auberge Le Pomerol, QC
Auberge Royal Versailles, QC
Comfort Inn South Shore, QC
Courtyard Montreal Downtown, QC
Crowne Plaza Hotel, QC
Days Inn Downtown Montreal, QC
Days Inn Montreal South Shore, QC
Delta Montreal, QC
Du Manoir St Denis, QC
Econo Lodge Downtown Montreal, QC
Flatotel Montreal, QC
Four Points Downtown Montreal, QC
Gouverneur Ile Charron, QC
Gouverneur Place Dupuis, QC
Holiday Inn, QC
Holiday Inn, QC
Holiday Inn Exp Suites Center Ville, QC
Holiday Inn Select, QC
Hotel 7 Saisons, QC
Hotel Auberge Universel, QC
Hotel Champ De Mars, QC
Hotel Europeenne, QC
Hotel Le Saint Andre, QC
Hotel Mortagne, QC
Hotel Place D'Armes, QC
Hotel St Denis, QC
Hotel Taj Mahal, QC
Hyatt Regency Montreal, QC
Jardin D Antoine, QC
L Appartement Hotel, QC
La Presidence Hotel & Suites, QC
La Tour Belvedere, QC
Lord Berri, QC
Park Hotel Montreal, QC
Quality Anjou Olympic Parc, QC
Quality Hotel Downtown, QC
Quarter Latin Montreal Hotel, QC
Ritz Carlton Montreal, QC
Sandman Hotel Longueuil, QC
Springhill Suites Old Mont, QC
Travelodge Montreal Centre, QC
Welcominns Montreal, QC

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