Many people prefer using Airbnb rather than staying in a hotel, and it’s true that renting someone’s home can help you feel more like a local. Whether you’re planning to feast at food stalls or explore one of the city’s many museums, these are the best Airbnbs in Montreal to make your stay even better.
At this light and spacious historic 1800s loft, you’ll be at the heart of the Old Port. The open-concept space, situated on the third level, combines rustic and modern décor to offset the original exposed brick walls. The loft is also bright with natural light thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows. To top it all off, the renowned Café De Mercanti lies on the first floor of the building; therefore, the corridors are often filled with the smell of fresh bread.
This 18th-century apartment lies a stone’s throw from several major sights, including the Notre Dame de Bonsecours Church, Bonsecours Market, and Maison Pierre de Calvet. There are two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a large living area with exposed stone walls plus hardwood floors and ceilings, lending plenty of rustic charm.
Book this industrial loft studio for a cozy stay in Old Montreal. With gorgeous floor-to-ceiling windows and a luxurious queen-sized bed with a memory foam mattress, there’s plenty to love about this stylish loft. The décor combines industrial design elements with hardwood accents, and guests also have access to the gym and garden.
Montreal is famous for its rooftop parties, so why not host your own at this hip downtown loft which has a private terrace. The unusual layout and funky design will appeal to those with a playful side. The loft sits on a quiet side street and is within walking distance of the metro, shopping district, and downtown nightlife.
Located right on one of Montreal’s major downtown arteries, this small loft on Rue Sainte-Catherine gives you access to the business district and Underground City, which connects with all of the major shopping and entertainment venues in the downtown area. With its clean, modern design, maple hardwood floors, and tall windows, this well-kept apartment keeps you at the center of Montreal’s most exciting districts.
This glamorous penthouse is perfect for a big group ready to splurge. There are five private patios, a huge eight-person rooftop hot tub, 11 queen-sized beds, an outdoor bar, and BBQ. Best of all, this spacious, modern penthouse is moments away from some of Montreal’s best nightlife, dining, and entertainment venues.
This unique chateau-like mansion offers both luxury and ease of access to the city. The grand Victorian residence has high ceilings, decorative woodwork, and intricate moldings that give the space its historic charm. There are seven bedrooms spread across three floors, along with three outdoor terraces. This listing also includes breakfast with your stay, which is a great added bonus.
This rustic-chic loft sits in the Plateau, one of Montreal’s most popular neighborhoods. Recently renovated, the loft has a “rough-luxe” design, making clever use of raw and recycled materials to create its unique décor.
The spacious Villa Napoleon is well located in the lower Plateau area, close to the action of downtown Montreal. This heritage home, built in 1915, features 12-foot (3.6-meter) ceilings, antique furniture, and modern, state-of-the-art amenities. There are four bedrooms and three bathrooms, with handcrafted details that lend a luxurious touch.
This charming eco-studio at the border of the Plateau and the trendy Mile End is a LEED-certified green home, with plenty of contemporary design innovations complementing the original Victorian character. There are 12-foot-high (3.6 meters) ceilings, a functional ethanol fireplace, and geothermal heating and cooling system. A parking spot is included in your stay, which is a rare luxury in the Plateau neighborhood. This loft is a great choice for a couple planning a romantic getaway in Montreal.
Little Italy is often underrated but is home to some of the best restaurants and eateries in the city. This gem in Little Italy is close to Jean-Talon Market, which is full of local and regional goods, gifts, and produce. There are also two balconies so that you can enjoy breakfast with a garden view.