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Beautiful Airbnbs in Montreal To Consider For Your Trip

Airbnbs in Montreal

Montreal has a great deal of beautiful and atmospheric hotels, that much is true. But where should you stay if you’re after a more local, less cookie-cutter kind of experience?

Holiday apartments are a great way to save money on accommodation and to experience cities like a native – this curated, handpicked selection of dreamy Airbnbs in Montreal will help you do just that.

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Airbnbs in Old Montreal

Airbnbs in Montreal

Modern LOFT Old Montreal
$100 / night

Enjoy the unbeatable location in the heart of Montreal’s old town in this private loft, whose most notorious feature is without a doubt the 12-foot high ceilings. Also worth noting that there is a stop for the airport shuttle bus right outside the building.

Airbnbs in Mile End & Plateau Mont-Royal

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Studio Plateau Mont-Royal
$91 / night

Save money and the environment in this LEED Platinum apartment in trendy Plateau Mont-Royal, just a few minutes from the mountain. The tasteful furnishings feature quirky Victorian touches, brick walls and even a functional ethanol fireplace.

Good to know: there are dozens of cool cafés and restaurants within walking distance.

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1-bed Plateau Mont-Royal
$105 / night

Located just minutes from where I used to live on a quiet tree-lined street, this fantastic apartment is a mix of modern and ancient with its Italian shower and high ceilings as well as a small courtyard. Very close to restaurants, markets and parks.

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Loft Plateau Mont-Royal
$60 / night

Welcome to this peculiar, unusual property decorated in the “raw luxe” style with recycled materials and lots of natural touches. This is the home of a lifelong traveller, meaning there are vintage objects from around the world scattered across the apartment. Plus, it’s within walking distance to dozens of restaurants, cafés, boutiques and other interesting stops.

Airbnbs in Downtown Montreal

Airbnbs in Montreal

Loft downtown Montreal
$60 / night

Just minutes from Atwater metro and high-street shopping in the lively Shaughnessy Village, this creatively laid-out loft sleeps up to three people and features a full kitchen, a private entrance and even a smart TV with Netflix. The main bedroom is up on the mezzanine!

Airbnbs in Montreal

loft downtown Montreal
$750 / night

Have a unique experience in this New York style loft full of character with tall ceilings, designer retro-modern furniture and a beautiful courtyard. The apartment is located inside a graded historical building that used to be the headquarters of a paper company (not Dunder Mifflin, I assure you).

Airbnbs in Montreal

2-bed downtown Montreal
$150 / night

Discover Montreal’s lively Gay Village in this elegant two-storey apartment close to Berri-UQAM metro station. It features two closed bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen and a tidy bathroom. Month-long rentals only.

Airbnbs in Little Italy

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1-bedroom Little Italy
$70 / night

Truly live like a local in this adorable apartment close to Jean-Talon Market, Italian trattorias and hip cafés. Have a pre-dinner drink on the small balcony! We might even run into each other as I live in this very area!

Airbnbs in Montreal

Loft Little Italy
$105 / night

Enjoy this open-concept, minimalist, sun-filled apartment ideal for a solo traveller or a couple. The kitchen is thoughtfully appointed, which makes for the perfect excuse to go on a grocery run at nearby Jean-Talon market… like the locals!

Airbnbs in Montreal

1-bedroom Little Italy
$91 / night

Brand new apartment with bright rooms and a highly functional laboratory-style kitchen. Highlights also include a balcony and a rooftop terrace with sweeping views of Montreal. This apartment is very close to iconic Jean-Talon Market as well as cafés and restaurants.

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Marie-Eve

Marie is a native Montrealer trying to balance a deep love for her hometown and an unquenchable thirst for travel and discovery. She has been to more than 36 countries, lived abroad in both France and the U.K., and is always on the lookout for authentic experiences wherever she travels -- especially if it involves chocolate.