My review of the Sheraton Laval Hotel
During two different stays, we were able to stay at the Sheraton Laval Hotel.
The room originally booked was $156 per night, for 2 Queen beds. It was more advantageous to pay it in cash instead of using the required 20,000 Marriott Bonvoy points (worth $180) since it was the low season.
And by paying with my Marriott Bonvoy™ American Express® Card, I was able to earn 5 points per dollar on this booking (in addition to the points earned through my Platinum status).
The outside of the building may not look like much, but the inside was all glittery for this holiday season.
Located next to Carrefour Laval, it is within walking distance of the Cosmodome, Le Carrefour bus terminal, Colossus cinema, Centropolis and the office towers at the corner of Daniel-Johnson and Le Carrefour boulevards. The Montmorency metro station and Place Bell are about 3 kilometres away. You have a ton of restaurants and activities close to this Sheraton.
In addition, the hotel’s free parking lot also has 20 Tesla Superchargers and there are Level 2 and 3 Flo pay stations for electric vehicles 200 meters away (across from the Bâton Rouge restaurant in the Carrefour Laval parking lot).
When we checked in for our first stay and because of our Platinum status, the person at the front desk asked us if we wanted to upgrade to a suite. I said: Of course!
The room for our first stay
So we had a Junior Suite with 1 King bed and a sofa bed during our first stay.
And the bathroom was large and modern:
With a view of the most urban thing in Laval…
There was some background noise from traffic passing by on Hwy 15 and 440, but nothing that prevented sleep.
The room for our second stay
On our second stay and again thanks to our Marriott Platinum status, we were upgraded to one of the largest rooms in the hotel! Executive Suite #239, with 1 King bed and a sofa bed.
And the bathroom:
The children were very happy to have their own part of the room!
The lounge room is located on the 2nd floor and is open on weekends for breakfast and dinner. Alcoholic beverages are not free. It is medium-sized and gives the impression of being (almost!) in the middle of nature in Laval.
During our 2 stays on different dates, we had practically the same dishes, with a few variations. Here, onion rings and beef sandwiches:
Because of his intolerance to gluten, my husband always has trouble finding something to eat when we go out, but these mussels did the trick.
With a variation of good canapés during the second stay:
And a variation of onion rings and arancini:
As we had to leave early, we didn’t get to see the breakfast the next morning.
The children had a lot of fun in the pool and the whirlpool:
This is the calm pool before the storm:
Newer flotation jackets are available for the younger children:
There is also a steam room, a sauna and an option to exfoliate with ice.
An AmeriSpa center for self-care is next to the pool, as well as a gym for working out:
The Sheraton Laval Hotel is a good functional hotel with a multitude of activities nearby, whether it’s for business, shopping, a show at Place Bell or a short visit to the surrounding area.