These are the best Airbnb homes in Montreal’s Old Town. Montreal’s Old Town is a beautiful part of the city to stay in, so if this is where you’re headed, you have lots to look forward to. But as much fun as exploring the neighborhood can be, you still want a great place to come back to and relax at the end of the day. We’ve put together eight of our favorite Airbnb Montreal Old Town options, to make your choice a little bit easier.
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If you think your tight budget won’t allow you to have a luxurious space, think again. This loft in Old Town Montreal is the perfect option for those wanting to spend less, but still enjoy their stay. At only $83 per night, you get this studio space, suitable for up to three guests, with a chefs kitchen, soaking tub, smart TV and more.
Yes, we mean even less — that’s what you’ll pay to get this loft in Old Town Montreal. You would never believe this loft goes for $53 per night, would you? With its exposed brick, high-end style and even a billiards table, it’s worth so much more.
While it’s hard to find a necessarily bad location when you stay in Old Town Montreal, this Airbnb Montreal Old Town options really takes the cake for its great location. You’re just steps away from the water and all the historic sites. Plus, you always have this great industrial-style studio loft to come back to, with its comfy sitting spaces, concrete pillars and soaring ceilings, all for $132 per night.
Cozy and cute, this mid-century mod-style downtown loft is suitable for up to four guests, with its two beds and one bath. Near coffee shops and bars, it gives you a homey home away from home, that you’ll never want to leave. The best part, though? This space is only $67 per night.
5. Get Historic
One of the best parts of Old Town Montreal is all the historic features that can be seen just by taking a stroll around the neighborhood. If you book this Airbnb Montreal Old Town apartment, though, you won’t even have to leave to see some of that history up close and personal. Set in a space built in the 1900s, it’s been remodeled, but you can still find vintage features throughout, including exposed beams and original brickwork. The space goes for $90 per night.
If it’s romance you’re seeking, whisk your honey away to this romantic apartment in Old Town Montreal (and on a budget, at only $69 per night!). This one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment features old stone and brick walls, luxurious furnishings and a great location near restaurants and bars perfect for date night. When you come back to your Airbnb, take a leisurely soak in the marble tub.
If it’s views you want, this condo delivers. Right from your leather couch, you can take in the beautiful sites of Montreal, from the skyline to Mount Royal. Set in a fun, downtown building, you’ll love the location, which is perfect for exploring all of the city, not just Old Town Montreal. The price is a mere $75 per night.
When you go away for an extended stay or even a brief time, you want your accommodations to feel a lot like home, and that’s exactly what this loft provides. Set in a residential building with storefronts on the first floor, you’ll feel like a local as you enjoy the chic living area, cooking in the full kitchen and lounging about in the bedroom, at just $38 per night.