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The cozy Auberge Bonaparte exudes European ambiance on a narrow cobblestone street in Old Montreal. The 30 rooms, in the Louis Philippe style, have exposed brick and French windows with views of the old city. Doubles, including full breakfast
THE NEW YORK TIMES- january 20, 2002
Savour the city's history at the Old Port, a restored riverfront of stone façades, cobbled streets, buskers and calèches. Recently, several fashionable boutique hotels have sprung up in the old town, among them, (l'auberge du Vieux-Port), Auberge Bonaparte, over looking the gardens behind Notre-Dame Basilica
TORONTO LIFE- 2002
A little bit of France, not far away...
Brand new rooms in ancient building exude the neo-Deco style popular in Montréal. Ask for one with terrace so you can see the back of the Cathedral. Adjoining restaurant is one of city's best bistros.
INSIDER'S REPORT- Montreal part 2- 2002
A cozy boutique-hotel with 31 rooms located in the old city
ODYSSEY -MAGAZINE OF THE CHEVRON TRAVEL CLUB-summer 2002
Brand new rooms in ancient building exude the neo-Deco style popular in Montréal. Adjoining the restaurant is one of city's best bistros
SUNDAY RECORD - NEW YORK CITY-JUNE 23, 2002
The stretch of rue Saint-François-Xavier between Notre-Dame and Saint-Paul… Its soutern neighbour, the handsome five-storey Berthelot building, witch houses the Bonaparte restaurant and hotel, went up in 1886
CANADIAN GEOGRAPHIC- JULY/AUGUST -2002
Auberge Bonaparte, where several guest-room balconies overlook the 300-year-old garden of the Sulpician priests next to the Notre-Dame Basilica (the massive old church where Céline Dion tied the knot)
ELEGANT WEDDING- PRESENTED BY PHILADELPHIA
The Auberge Bonaparte is the antidote to the overpriced, standard-issue hotel. This 30-room inn is housed in a century-old building… Their room is large with a refinished wood floor, cream coloured walls and attractive plasterwork. There is a queen sized bed with an elaborate wrought iron frame. Two French doors open into a balcony with a dreamy view of Old-Montreal, including Notre-Dame basilica, located just behind.
THE TORONTO STAR-TRAVEL- Saturday july 8