Apartment for rent from € 104/day in MontrealName/Address:
Enjoy fast internet access with complimentary WiFi.
For your convenience, the apartment is equipped with amenities like Bed Linen & Towels, Kitchen, Wireless Internet, TV, Parking Included, Air Conditioning, Washing Machine, and Elevator
C$ 150 security deposit will be collected upon check-in and returned upon check-out.
Check in: 16:00
Check out: 10:00
Please inform the host your estimated arrival time to ensure a smooth check-in process.
Smoking is not allowed in the apartment
The borough of Ville Marie is an exciting mix of neighborhoods like Downtown, Old Montreal, Quartier Latin-Le Village and Parc Jean-Drapeau. Packed with entertainment like shopping along St. Catherine Street, the theatre district and academic institutions (three of Montreal’s best universities are here), the activity never ends. Embark on city adventures in Downtown Montreal. Skate, eat and shop at 1000 de la Gauchetière, a postmodern skyscraper soaring at 205 ft above the city. For wallet-friendly shopping options, St. Catherine Street and Crescent Street have plenty on offer. For high-end and exclusive retail therapy, Sherbrooke Street offers more sophisticated shops for the discerning buyer. For fresh air, head to Parc du Mont-Royal, a lush 200-hectare park Canadians consider the jewel of Montreal’s city parks. Your Downtown to-do list should include the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, located on the historic Golden Square Mile stretch of Sherbrooke Street. The museum is ambitious with a permanent collection of over 40,000 works and large, its four pavilions stretch over 485,000 sq ft, making it Montreal’s largest museum. Old Montreal lives up to its name. A district rich in heritage and history, trendy Old Montreal charms its visitors with romantic corners, cozy eateries and boutique shopping. Don’t miss the Notre-Dame Basilica, this Victorian Gothic church is one of the crown jewels in Quebec's rich religious heritage. While Quartier Latin is swinging with youthful energy in the day, it is best enjoyed by night. Nightlife in Quartier Latin attracts a colorful spectrum of visitors - both young students and a mature, sophisticated crowd flock to its streets for a good time. The islands of Île Sainte-Helene and Île Notre-Dame in Parc Jean-Drapeau are Montreal’s recreation havens. While sun-worshippers soak up Vitamin D and lounge on the artificial beach of Plage Du Parc Jean-Drapeau, sports enthusiasts can enjoy a 25km fitness trail complete with streams and mini waterfalls. Spending time here would be incomplete without visiting the Biosphère, an environment museum that doubles up as an architecture masterpiece.