Only 4 minute walk to SUBWAY station Cote-Sainte-Catherine, and 15-20 minute ride from DOWNTOWN!
Quiet, safe and green neighborhood, with easy access to Mount Royal park for sightseeing, quick jog, hike or bike ride. Also located very near Saint-Joseph Oratory, must see!
Affordable quality restaurants very near.... Or enjoy the kitchen, eat healthy and save on restaurants. Several 24 hour small local organic markets and supermarkets are near.
Two bicycles are available for guest use.
Private room, fitted with a lock and key and located within a quiet and friendly five bedroom apartment, shared by myself and other Airbnb guests, giving it a safe and cozy luxury home/hostel-like feel.
This small, south facing, sunny room can accommodate two people and includes ;
→ double sized bed (137x190 cm)
→ sunny private balcony with bistro table
→ work desk, lamp and chair
→ clean bath and hand towels
→ free laundry room, with soap
→ hair dryer, iron and ironing board
→ local phone
→ unlimited WiFi Internet
→ WiFi printer, fax and scanner
→ travel guides
→ two road bikes (with helmets, lights and locks) to move around or to visit the city!
The windows have very large, thick, room darkening curtains to ensure privacy, comfort and proper sleep.
The kitchen is fully equipped with professional grade pots, pans, knives, microwave, stove, blender, rice cooker and a refrigerator dedicated for guests. There is also a spice rack, cooking oils and salt and pepper dispensers.
P.-S. I have one of the friendliest Siamese cats you've ever met, guaranteed.
*** B.T.W. If this room is not available on the dates you've requested, or if you want to book separate rooms with friends, then ask about my other listing (see web links below). They're at the same location and it may be possible to transfer rooms during your stay. ***
→(large studio style room )
→(private balcony #1)
→(private 'en suite' bathroom)
→(large room, King sized bed)
Keep the common areas clean. No parties. Keep noise to a minimum after 23h. Enjoy your stay.
I've lived in and around Montreal for the past 18 years. I studied in chemistry and work in either research or teaching. I love to travel in the most modest ways possible, hitchhiking with a backpack, a ground sheet and sleeping bag.