These Airbnbs are the coolest way to spend a weekend (or a whole week) in Montreal

Montreal is best explored for a weekend or longer, and these Airbnbs are the coolest way to appreciate all of its charm.

Montreal is one of the main tourist destinations in Canada. Located in Quebec, the city is a vibrant and eclectic destination with a thriving arts scene, beautiful outdoor parks, and plenty of landmarks to explore.

Choosing where to stay while on vacation in Montreal is especially important, as the city has many iconic places to visit and travelers’ choice of accommodation is critical to how they plan to enjoy this beautiful city. So if visitors plan to visit Old Montreal; enjoy a lakeside view of Mount Royal; or embracing all that the exciting downtown has to offer, these beautiful Airbnb listings offer stays that will make any Montreal experience truly magnificent.

Dig that downtown vibe

Known as “The Heart of Montreal,” downtown is full of shopping, entertainment, museums and incredible experiences for foodies around the world.

Entire loft in the heart of the city

This authentic loft is tastefully decorated with mid-century modern furniture and offers guests a quiet place to relax after a busy day exploring Montreal.

  • Cost: $ 113 and more / night
  • Approvals: Full kitchen, Washer / Dryer, Wifi, Automatic check-in, Deep soaking tub
  • Nearby attractions: Palais des Congrès, World Trade Center, Chinatown, Old Port
  • Book now

Modern Apartment City Center

The views ! The sounds! The views! Everything that makes Montreal such an exciting and vibrant place to visit can be found in this downtown Airbnb. This upscale condo is ideal for those traveling with a large group of friends and family, as there is plenty of space and luxury amenities like a home theater, large balcony, and rooftop pool.

  • Cost: $ 500 and more / night
  • Approvals: Spectacular views, full kitchen, balcony with barbecue, rooftop terrace with panoramic views of the entire city
  • Nearby attractions: Notre-Dame Basilica, the Old Port, the Bell Center
  • Book now

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Other downtown attractions

Being in the city center means you have the city at your fingertips, so make sure you take in all the city has to offer.

  • Visit the Museum of Contemporary Art (MAC)
  • Shop until you drop on Sainte-Catherine Street
  • Pop into the bars and enjoy the crowds on Crescent Street
  • Walk the city’s underground pedestrian network that connects more than 2,000 shops and restaurants

Classic charm of Old Montreal

An eclectic mix of old and new, Old Montreal is constantly changing and evolving while being home to some of Montreal’s most historic landmarks. The riverside trails are perfect for strolling and exploring the architectural wonders and historical monuments of this vibrant part of town.

Loft with skylight

Located in the heart of Old Montreal, this loft is rustic and modern: a touch of brick provides comfort, while chic furnishings add style and charm. This loft is ultra-comfortable and a great place for couples or those traveling solo.

  • Cost: $ 183 and more / night, prices subject to change depending on the date
  • Approvals: 3 skylights for lots of natural light, quiet location, Wifi, full kitchen, Projector in the living room
  • Nearby attractions: Notre-Dame Basilica (next door!), Many restaurants, bars and attractions within walking distance, 5 minute walk to Place D’Armes metro for easy travel
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Historic and rustic loft with a European flavor

Embrace the feeling of Old Montreal in this loft which is an eclectic mix of modern furniture that artfully combines with 19th century architectural details. Filled with a massive stone wall lined with rows of windows, this place is airy, bright and super cozy.

  • Cost: $ 263 and more / night
  • Approvals: Auto check-in, full kitchen, free parking, Wifi, washer / dryer, stellar hospitality
  • Nearby attractions: Palais des Congrès, Notre Dame Basilica, Centaur Theater
  • Book now

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Other attractions of Old Montreal

Old Montreal (and the nearby Old Port) have long been popular tourist destinations and are a distinctive blend of classic and modern, with plenty to see and do for any traveler.

  • Discover the historic Marguerite Bourgeoys site and visit its 350-year-old chapel and museum
  • Explore La Grande Roue de Montréal in the Old Port, one of the city’s most iconic spots. Make sure to get on the Ferris wheel, the highest vantage point in the whole city!
  • Stroll through the charming cobbled streets of Saint-Paul and de la Commune, where historic sites, restaurants and lively nightlife come together perfectly
  • Step back in time at Pointe-à-Calliére, an archaeological site known as the birthplace of Montreal

Other notable Airbnb spots in Montreal

Majestic Heritage House

Those planning a group trip to Montreal will love this 2 story home located on the Plateau (east of Mount Royal). The location is relaxing and the furnishings are stylish and comfortable, with an old world charm that guests will absolutely love.

  • Cost: $ 642 and more / night
  • Approvals: The Hosts offer comprehensive services to travelers such as arranging trips, meals and laundry; family with a high chair, cradle and toys; dishwasher, washer / dryer, free parking, full kitchen
  • Nearby attractions: Rue St-Denis, Parc Lafontaine, a trendy area with fabulous restaurants, bars and shops galore
  • Other attractions of the plateau: Take a bike or walking tour of Fitz & Follwell, stay trendy in the eclectic shops and boutiques of Saint-Laurent Boulevard, catch a show at Casa Del Popolo
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Apartment Cozy Little Italy

Discover Montreal’s Little Italy at this conveniently located Airbnb, perfect for quiet nights, yet close to the train for easy access to nightlife and attractions. Foodies will love the proximity to all of Little Italy’s tastiest spots.

  • Cost: $ 98 and more / night
  • Approvals: Full kitchen, suitable for families with crib, high chair and toys, Wifi, terrace, flat screen TV, free starter pack with luxury toiletries
  • Nearby attractions: Jean-Talon market, La TOHU circus, Jarry park
  • Other attractions of Little Italy: Go shopping at La Plaza St-Hubert, live a tavern experience at Brasserie Harricana, admire the superb frescoes of the Notre-Dame-de-la-Défense church
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Planning a visit to Montreal? So don’t forget to take a look at these amazing Airbnb locations that offer the best amenities, ambiance, and the best of all, Pitches that are close to wherever you want to be, from historic sites to tasty restaurants; with cultural wonders and quiet neighborhoods, these accommodations will make any visitor to Montreal a stay they will never forget.

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