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Montreal Downtown -Condo 101y2, Top Floor, balcony, garden, bike

#369335 · Vacation rental in , ,

1 Bedroom
2 guests
1 Full Bathroom
Vacation rental

Property Description

Montreal Downtown, located on the top floor of a six-storey, well-maintained building, this bright and sunny 101y2 apartment with a panoramic view, full equipped, central air conditioning and maple wood floor is great for two people. Large private balcony, communal roof-top patio with deck chairs and tables, a large communal flower garden.

Very quiet while being in the heart of the Quartier des spectacles. Between St. Laurent and Rue St. Denis Street, 600m from Place des Arts and the Place des Festivals. Near Old Montreal and the Village. Walking or biking to discover Montreal is a real pleasure! Your hosts have two bicycles ready at your disposal, a cycle path map, easy itineraries ideas including tours and activities (rafting on St-Lawrence River, multimedia urban circuit…), lists of our favourite markets and restaurants. At home, a choice of films and novels are there for you to immerse you in Quebec culture, should you wish. Your hosts, a Quebecois and his French wife, both work in the cultural sector.

  • Air conditioning

  • Living room, dining room

  • TV room

  • Bedroom and part of the dressing room are at your disposal

  • Washroom with bath and separate shower

  • Kitchen, ceramic stove top, oven, microwave, refrigerator, freezer, dishwasher, toaster, and electric kettle…

  • Washing machine and dryer

  • High speed Wi-Fi

  • Interphone, 24-hour video surveillance of all entrances and common areas of the building

In the neighborhood:

Restaurants, bars, coffee house, supermarket

Quartier des spectacles and Quartier Latin

Place des Arts and Place des Festivals Saint-Laurent Street

Saint-Louis Square

Shopping mall Place Desjardins

Odeon Cineplex Quartier Latin

Cinémathèque Québécoise

Musée d’Art contemporain

Théâtre du Nouveau Monde

Grande Bibliothèque du Québec (BANQ)

Near by

Old Montreal

The Village

Plateau Mont-Royal


On your arrival, you’ll visit the condo, sign a check-in inventory list and receive a handy guide with information about the TV, air conditioning, washer/dryer, bicycles, garbage… as well as suggestions about what to do and what to see.

If you have any question during your stay or a technical problem, someone is there to help.

On checking out, the condo must be left clean, even if there is a professional cleaning between each rental. The cleaning can also be done for you on request for a 60$ fee.

WHY I LOVE Montréal By Regis St Louis, Writer (Lonely Planet)

I'm always struck by the unbridled creativity of this city. You see it in the magnificent inventions being stirred up in restaurant kitchens, in the barroom and on stage, and you even see it walking down the street with incredible urban art lurking in unexpected places. The dual French-English mix adds dynamism to the city as does its unique mash-up of European and North American culture. Most captivating of all are the people themselves. Montréalers embody joie de vivre. They eat well, throw great parties and are happy to share their city.


With a history stretching back more than 100 years, the Quartier des spectacles neighbourhood has always been a popular cultural and entertainment destination in Montreal.


The present-day Quartier des spectacles largely overlaps the site of Montreal’s former Red Light district, whose history extends back to the beginning of the 19th century.

At the end of the 1800s, important teaching institutions such as the Bibliothèque Saint-Sulpice and Collège Sainte-Marie moved into the neighbourhood. The Gesù theatre, the neighbourhood’s first cultural establishment, opened its doors in 1865 within Collège Sainte-Marie.

Other theatres followed: the Monument-National, birthplace of francophone professional theatre; the Gayety Theatre in 1912 (today the TNM); and the Théâtre Saint-Denis in 1916. In 1913, the Imperial Cinema was erected on Bleury Street, becoming one of the first “super palaces” to be built in Montreal.

Between the 1920s and the start of the 1960s, the neighbourhood was home to an impressive number of cabarets that headlined famous artists. Montreal garnered a reputation as a fun-loving city, and tourists started to arrive in great numbers. The American Prohibition (1920-1933) increased Montreal’s popularity. It is during this time that the neighbourhood was christened the Red Light district.

In 1980s, the network of performance venues expanded and the Cinémathèque québécoise set up on De Maisonneuve Boulevard. In 1982, the Montreal International Jazz Festival presented outdoor concerts in the neighbourhood for the first time. The natural vibrancy of the downtown area along with the many empty lots supported the proliferation and expansion of festivals over the years. Important cultural events became one of the Quartier’s motors and one of the principal attractions of the city for tourists and locals alike.

Bedroom Description

Beautiful bright 101 y2 fully equipped, ideal for 2 people. bikes for free

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House Rules

Check In Time: 04:00
Check Out Time: 11:00
Max occupancy: 2 guests

Sleeping Arrangements

Common Space
Bed types not specified
Bedroom 1
1 Queen Bed


Rate Name Nightly Weekend Weekly Monthly
Default Rate
7 Nights Minimum
$117 CAD - - -
03/20/18 - 03/20/21
7 Nights Minimum
$143 CAD - - -
03/20/18 - 03/20/21
30 Nights Minimum
$117 CAD - - -
06/03/18 - 06/10/18
7 Nights Minimum
$207 CAD - - -
06/28/18 - 07/07/18
7 Nights Minimum
$175 CAD - - -



Internet Access
Stereo System
Cable / Satellite TV
DVD Player


Air Conditioned


Dishes / Utensils
Small Appliances


Deck / Patio
Sandy Beach


Maid Service
Restaurant On Site
Guided Fishing Tours

Availability Calendar


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Availability last updated Mar 20, 2018
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