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Auberge Bonaparte Hotel Review: The winding cobblestone streets of Old Montreal are peppered with art galleries, cafés and swank boutiques. There’s no better way to experience the area than with this luxurious and romantic destination featuring Louis-Philippe style furnishings and a warm stone brick façade. There are only 30 rooms, so book in advance. The hotel is lavish with intricate woodwork and suites on a backdrop of the St. Laurence River and with fantastic views of the courtyard or street --- so don’t forget to ask reservation what exposure is being offered. Each suite includes large screen TVs with the latest Hollywood movies and high-speed Internet access is included. There’s a concrete foot stamp in the front that reads “Berthelot 1886,” the marker of its original owner, a judge by the name of Joseph-Amable Berthelot. Breakfast can be served either in the restaurant or in one's room, and in summer the roof terrace has spectacular views of Old Montreal.