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This question comes up often, this time I am going to land at YUL at 00:33 and my next flight is at 16:55. Is there a hotel search engine which allows searching for late checkout? (Otherwise I'd need to ask for a "relatively cheap" airport hotel which allows for 2PM checkout and that'll be closed quick.)

  • Related / helpful?! travel.stackexchange.com/q/64362/32134 was left open so you might as well ask specifically for YUL, I would not close it. – mts Oct 21 '16 at 8:11
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    This is a question that comes up often, I'd rather get an answer to this one. – chx Oct 21 '16 at 8:19
  • Do you have status with any hotel chain or could you easily get one (afraid that would take it away from the more general case again, but might be helpful)? – mts Oct 21 '16 at 8:28
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    between9and5.com/results.jsp finds one place for YUL from 10 to 5, would contact them directly to request a quote for your hours. – mts Oct 21 '16 at 8:50
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    Let us continue this discussion in chat. – chx Oct 21 '16 at 10:28
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As far as I could find, there isn't any search engine that can specifically find late-checkout rooms. Some hotel chains offer it on their websites or list the late-checkout in their description, but you'd have to manually go through the list of hotels in the area. For example, you can search for "Montreal" + "late check out" in Google to find some options.

Otherwise several websites offer options for booking a "day room", but that usually means checking in around 9:00 and checking out by 17:00, which isn't exactly what you're looking for. Some random examples from Google:

Hotelsbyday.com

DayUse.com

Between9and5.com

As suggested by @mts it might be possible to contact one of those hotels directly and arrange a different check-in/check-out time.

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    Like what was commented on the now deleted answer, can you please add a 'time of writing' and an 'as far as I know' to this, as you can not proof the negative. – Willeke Oct 23 '16 at 11:10

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