Montreal COTTAGE & CHALET RENTALS - WHY RENT HERE?
Montreal is known for its Europe meets North America charm. With historical architecture and cobbled streets, Montreal is a favourite spot to rent a condo rental, especially in the summer when the city is alive with festivals, fine dining and some of the best urban green spaces in Canada.
If you’re planning to book a vacation rental during the summer months make sure to make it in time for at least one of the festivals: the International Jazz Festival, the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival, the Osheaga Music Festival and the Montreal Formula 1 Grand Prix! When visiting Montreal, spend your days exploring all Montreal has to offer, and at the end of a long day, return with your family or friends to a cozy condo rental or bed and breakfast, a true home away from home.
Montreal vacation rentals are situated on the shores of the St. Lawrence River, and scattered throughout the island city.
Founded by French explorers more than 350 years ago, Montreal is one of the continent’s oldest and most cherished cities. Affectionately named “La Belle Ville” and known as the Paris of North America, Montreal lives up to the hype. With a myriad of urban parks—including Jean Drapeau, Mont-Royal, and Lafontaine—the world’s second largest botanical garden, a wealth of historical and heritage sites (not limited to Old Montreal), and swank eateries and terrace cafés, the city’s joie de vivre is on show at every street corner. Montreal’s summers and winters are enlivened by outdoor sporting recreations at nearby Iles-de-Boucherville and Oka National Parks and Mont Tremblant and Mont Saint Anne Ski Resorts. Montreal also plays host to a variety of annual events—such as the Festival international de jazz, Just for Laughs, Les FrancoFolies, the l’International des feux, and the World Film Competition—and is also the site of the yearly Formula One Grand Prix.
Easily accessibly from major Canadian cities, such as Toronto, Calgary, and Vancouver, Montreal vacation rentals offer access to natural, outdoor, and cultural attractions.+ More