Best Montreal-Downtown Montréal holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Montreal-Downtown Montréal
LaCité Furnished apartmentsLaCité Furnished apartments are just 10 minutes' walk from Mount Royal and the Plateau district. Situated in a central location close to boutique shops, restaurants and many attractions, it is only 5 minutes’ walk from Place-des-Arts Metro Station.Book now
Fairmont The Queen ElizabethConnected to Montreal's underground city, Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth offers access to more than 20 miles of underground pedestrian walkways, shopping centres, entertainment venues and attractions. A wellness centre with an indoor pool is featured at the hotel.Book now
The central quarter of the Canadian metropolis is called Downtown Montreal. So if you are looking for an apartment in Montreal, from where you can explore the city on foot, this is the right district. In this case, we can offer you many possibilities, comparable to couchsurfing in downtown Montreal, because we also arrange apartments from private persons, but with much more comfort and privacy, because you have the accommodation all to yourself. The city in the state of Quebec covers an area of about 370 km². If you would like to find an apartment in one of the many other districts, browse our portfolio directly: Here you can also find Apartments in Snowdon, Montreal, or in Le Plateau-Mont-Real. If you are travelling to Montreal for one of the big concert festivals, book your apartment in downtown Montreal or any other area, because the city is world-famous as the cultural capital of Canada.
Authentic and comfortable apartments in downtown Montreal
Your private vacation home in downtown Montreal is located in the Ville-Marie district, which is also part of the prestigious business district. This is where the Catholic missionary station Fort Ville-Marie was founded in 1642, from which the settlement of Montreal developed. In 1832, Montreal received its city charter and has been part of Canada since 1867. Today, many international companies have settled in downtown Montreal and breathtaking skyscrapers dominate the cityscape. However, by law, these cannot be higher than Mount Royal with its three peaks, the highest of which is 233 meters (Colline de la Croix). It is best to first make a detour from your apartment in downtown Montreal to Mount Royal to enjoy the view over the impressive metropolis. The Belvedere viewpoint overlooks downtown, the river and the nearby Monteregian Hills, and on a clear day you can see the Adirondack Mountains in Upstate New York and the Green Mountains in Vermont. Choose the eastern viewpoint to see the Olympic Stadium and the Plateau-Mont-Royal neighborhood, one of the city’s historic and tranquil residential areas. From your private accommodation in downtown Montreal, you’ll discover many Victorian houses, for example on Saint Louis Square, or you can sit in one of the small cafés or bookstores and let the famous laissez-faire atmosphere infect you.
Interesting things to know about the private holiday apartment in downtown Montreal
If you choose one of our comfortably furnished, private vacation homes in downtown Montreal, you will quickly feel like a local and will want to explore the surroundings: The area is home to many students and some of Canada’s most famous universities: Concordia University, UQAM, and McGill University. There are restaurants, cafés and bars, but also many shopping facilities, e.g. below the company complex “Place Ville Marie”. Montreal’s “Underground City” extends over 12 km² and is one of the world’s largest shopping centers of its kind with more than 1,600 shops, restaurants and museums. Another famous shopping street is Saint Catherine Street, which is said to be the busiest shopping street in Canada.
Latest reviews for places in Montreal-Downtown Montréal
A very nice apartment, well located near the centre of old Montréal which is a lovely area to spend time in the evening. The street address is a little confusing as there are two No. 65s. The apartment is on René-Levesque est, not ouest, with little distance between the two.Lynne reviewed Downtown Urban Getaway w/ Terrace in Chinatown