Modern Cozy Apartment Perfect For Business Or Tourism
Start At CAD 3500 monthly
2 Guests Cable TV Internet Wireless Air conditioning Wheelchair access possible Swimming pool Kitchen Gym Washing Machine Washing machine with dryer Elevator 24-hour checkin Hair Dryer Heating Buzzer Smoke detector Carbon Monoxide Detector Fire Extinguisher Essentials Hangers Iron Laptop Friendly workspace TV Family/kid friendly Suitable for children Suitable for infants
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Fully furnished apartment with one closed bedroom. Hot spot location in the middle of everything. Downtown, Financial District, Old Port and Chinatown. This is a perfect spot for tourists who love to walk around the city to explore and take great pictures.
Old Montreal is, as you probably guessed it, the old part of Montreal. It is where the city was born, in fact it's the starting point of many things. Very few of the early buildings (mid 1600) remain, many fires have swept through old Montreal in the early days, but there's still a lot of buildings from different eras. There's a large variety of buildings, of different styles and functions, from public buildings (the old courts, city hall, etc) to more commercial buildings (the old stock exchange, board of trade, etc). Most of the buildings' are from the 17th century to early 20th century, although there are some modern buildings. Those different buildings in old Montreal really represent the evolution of the city.
There are many interesting things to do, mostly visiting museums and historical buildings, walking around and taking in the sights (and eating...). Many family activities take place in the old port : special exhibitions, biking, rollerblading, etc. Most of the activities are held at the King Edward pier in the old port. The Jacques-Cartier pier is mostly used for some special events, there's also a place for lunch and an information desk.
Old Montreal can get very crowded and very touristy during the summer since this part of town is full of tourists, so if you are the type of visitor that want to stay away from the other tourists, better visit old Montreal in the off season or early in the day because it's worth it. But there isn't much going on outside the tourism season (between October and April) so you won't see many people walking in the streets. During the off season, the museums are still open as are the most restaurants and bars (but with limited hours) and there are activities that you can do just during the winter (like skating in the old port for instance).
Guest has access to the entire place and also a pool.
Do not hesitate to ask us any questions. We always reply within 24 hours.
The OId Port of Montreal is very historical and charming. There is so many things to do or see. Downtown and Financial District are two business area very safe , calm and clean.
Located between Metro Station Square Victoria OACI and Metro Station Place D'Armes on the Orange Line.
Located only 2 min walks from Chinatown and Quartier des Spectacles.