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Just south of Quebec City and north of the US border sits Montreal. A city full of diverse architecture, cuisines, and people, Montreal makes a great metropolitan vacation. Here we’ve assembled a list of some of the best Montreal Airbnbs that cater to guests of every kind – business and leisure, solo travelers, couples, and families.
The list below of the best Airbnbs in Montreal, Canada, will hopefully give you the inspiration to plan your dream vacation and ensure that you have the perfect base from which to enjoy it. Every one of the listings below is a certified Airbnb Plus. These rentals have been subjected to detail-oriented, in-person inspections to guarantee quality and cleanliness. And each one is run by a certified superhost – time-tested Airbnb hosts with a track record of curating excellent visits that add a certain je ne sais quoi to a vacation.
Industrial Studio Loft
Starting off our list is this incredible modern warehouse loft. The expansive feeling of the open layout is accentuated by concrete pillars and the floor-to-ceiling windows from which you can enjoy the street view. You can pull the curtains closed for privacy at night or let the sunrise slowly wake you. The L-shaped couch is a great place for coffee in the morning, and the lounge chair around the corner makes the perfect place to settle in with a book in the evenings.
This studio Airbnb in Montreal is the perfect choice for a solo traveler or couple. It has one queen-size memory foam mattress, and the full bathroom is stocked with extras like soaps, towels, and a blow dryer. The full kitchen is also the perfect size to cook meals for one or two people.
In addition to the amenities in the unit, you’ll have access to the building’s private gym and a shared terrace. Other amenities include air conditioning and a pet-friendly policy. If you’re looking to rent a studio in Montreal, definitely consider this gem.
Apartment at Notre Dame de Grâce
From the outside, this Montreal Airbnb is a sweet, two-story brick townhouse with a small front yard. Inside, it has space for three guests. The design is simple and no-fuss but doesn’t skimp in the areas that visitors treasure most – a well-equipped kitchen, a laundry closet, a comfy bed, and a cozy and stylish living room.
The kitchen doubles as a dining space, and in it you’ll find everything you need for cooking delicious meals. Two guests can share the queen-size bed, and a third will find that the living room couch is incredibly plush and comfortable. The bathroom has a lovely walk-in shower with glass doors and a rain showerhead.
The apartment is located in a lovely neighborhood that’s great for evening strolls. Nearby are two winning options for any time of day: Shaika Café in the morning for coffee and pastries, and Honey Martin for after-dinner drinks. You’ll love where you’re staying if you’re staying here.
Art Deco Loft
Phil and cohost David rent out this one-bedroom Montreal Airbnb for four guests. The sleek, modern design blends the artistic with the industrial in an open-concept layout that gives the rental a spacious feel. Sleeping arrangements include a queen-size bed and a sofa bed. From the bedroom, you can step out onto the private balcony and enjoy the quaint street view. In the living room, the view is more technical – a smart TV with cable and Netflix.
In the bathroom, the twin vanity provides space for everyone to get ready in the morning, while the extra-large, jetted tub will massage you every day of your vacation. You’ll find extra towels and soaps laid out upon arrival. In-unit washer-dryer access means you can save space packing and keep your favorite wardrobe items clean and ready to rewear.
From this loft you can admire stunning city views from the floor-to-ceiling windows, and when you decide to go out, you’ll find the many boutiques of downtown Montreal practically on your doorstep. The Palais de Congrès and Plas de Arts are also close by.
Condo With Garage Parking
If you’re searching for rental apartments in Montreal, be sure to check out Magali’s charming apartment for two just north of Montreal’s Chinatown in the Quartier des Spectacles. What makes this location special is the amount of space you’ll have. There’s a living room with a plush couch, a bedroom with a queen-size bed, a full bathroom with a walk-in shower, and a full kitchen with a separate dining area. In addition, there’s a private balcony just off the living room and a rooftop terrace with lounge chairs.
Decorated in cool-toned neutrals, this apartment will help you feel instantly relaxed and inject some much needed peace into your vacation. Rest easy knowing you have everything you’ll need, including washer-dryer access, an on-site gym, a full kitchen including a dishwasher, and a travel crib. For an additional fee, you can reserve a parking space in the building’s garage.
Renting an apartment in Montreal can be the easiest part of planning your trip if you take advantage of this great space the next time you’re in the city.
Airy Loft in Old Montreal
Vacation rentals in Montreal through Airbnb are a great option for couples seeking a romantic getaway. This cozy loft for two is a warmly decorated choice for a fun-loving couple ready to explore the city’s downtown. Just walking through the neighborhood you’ll see beautiful sights like Mount Royal Park, the St. Lawrence River, and the Notre-Dame Basilica of Montreal.
Inside your apartment, take a nap snuggled together on the L-shape couch in the living room or sprawled out on the queen-size pillow-top mattress in the bedroom. Use the walk-in shower for a brisk morning rinse and then the jetted tub for a long evening soak. The hardwood floors and brick and stone facade combine to create a comforting atmosphere throughout the home.
During your down-time, you can have some fun on the drum set in the living room or relax in front of the fireplace after cooking up an amazing dinner using the apartment’s full kitchen. Every appliance you need is here, plus some pleasant extras like the stovetop espresso maker.
Ground Floor Family Flat
If you travel with children, there’s a lot to consider – what to bring and what to go without, how to get your little travelers up to your rental if there’s no elevator, and how to keep them entertained in a space that may not be childproof. But worry not, host Paul and his wife are parents who have curated a perfect Airbnb in Montreal for young families. Their two-bedroom, one-bath home can accommodate up to four guests.
Your hosts know from experience how hard it is to bring the many accessories and tools of childcare with you when you travel. They’ve saved you the trouble by providing much of what you’ll need, including a high chair, travel crib, books, toys, and plastic dinnerware. In addition, the Murphy bed in the second room can be folded up to create more daytime play space.
The features of this home aren’t only for children, though. In the master bedroom, there’s a queen-size memory foam mattress and room-darkening shades that together guarantee a night of deep and restorative sleep.
You can even bring along the beloved family pet. Vacations are for everyone, so leave no one behind and enjoy an easy vacation by booking here.
Plateau Apartment With Patio
While most of the short-term rentals in Montreal that have been included on this list are geared toward small groups, this one is for the larger family gathering. Welcoming up to eight people, this apartment in Plateau Mont-Royal is a two-bedroom, one-bath unit with more than 500 reviews.
There is a queen-size bed in each room and a queen-size pullout couch; be sure to inquire with the host about any additional sleeping arrangements you may need. The master bedroom has a proper door while the second bedroom is closed off by a curtain from the living room. Beautiful artwork hangs over the bed in the master room and the couch in the living room. In the petite bathroom, there is a clawfoot tub and modest-sized sink.
The best rooms for guests to congregate might be the kitchen and dining room, the heart of the home, where there’s plenty of seating and lots of light coming in from the wide windows.
Minimalist Escape for Two
There is so much to love about this Airbnb. Among condos for rent in Montreal, this one stands out for its great location, accessibility, and chic style. Accommodating a maximum of two guests, this is a great rental option for business travelers or couples in the city.
From this condo, guests are within easy walking distance of some of Montreal’s most visually stunning neighborhoods, including the Gay Village, the Quartier des Spectacles, and the Plateau Mont-Royal. La Fontaine and Mount Royal are nearby parks that make beautiful places to spend a sunny afternoon.
Inside this Montreal Airbnb, you’ll love the chic design and wall-to-wall windows. Access to the full kitchen and laundry room will help save space in both your budget and your suitcase. The bathroom is luxurious with both a rain shower and a soaking tub so that everyday can feel like a spa day, while the bedroom’s king-size bed ensures a peaceful rest.
Luxurious Condo With Stunning Views
If you love a cityscape view, then this apartment is perfect for you. A one-bedroom, one-bathroom unit for four guests, this Airbnb in Montreal puts you 45 floors up in the air, right in the heart of the city. This is another family-friendly entry on our list of vacation apartments for rent in Montreal, and upon arrival you’ll find a high chair, a collection of books and toys, a crib, and room-darkening shades that make nap time easier.
In addition to the comfort and convenience of the unit’s washer-dryer access, on-site pool and gym, and standard amenities like Wi-Fi, heating, and air conditioning, the apartment is beautifully decorated. The simple design focuses on clean white surfaces, a few house plants, and directing the eye to the stunning views that guests rave about in the comments.
The queen-size bed has a pillow-top mattress and lovely city views if the shades are up. The en suite bathroom is also decorated in clean whites and sports a rain showerhead. Enjoy the high life during your vacation in this high-rise.
Historic Loft With Dramatic Stone Walls
Modern conveniences are nestled into the neat 19th-century architectural details of this two-story home. Exposed stone walls are used as accents in various rooms of the house and add drama to the design, as do the deep-set windows, reminding guests of the home’s long history.
Apartment rentals in Montreal are easy to come by, but a stunning home like this is one in a million. Up to six guests are welcome to share this two-bedroom, two-bathroom house. Each room has a queen-size bed, and the super-soft sofas in the living room make for two more comfortable places to sleep. In the bathrooms, there are complimentary soaps and extra towels, and guests can choose between the blue-tiled walk-in shower or the gray-tiled bathtub.
The neighborhood of Old Montreal is one of the oldest in North America and carries a distinctively European influence in its cobblestone streets and the architecture of its buildings. Enjoy long evening walks admiring the neighborhood’s connection to its roots.
Stay (and Eat) in the Foodie District
Montreal, like many metropolitan cities, has a bustling food scene. If you are traveling to this Canadian destination, make the most of what’s available to you and discover why Little Burgundy is a foodie’s paradise.
This loft Airbnb in Montreal in Little Burgundy is a two-bedroom, two-bathroom rental for up to six guests. The design focuses on simplicity with a neutral color palette and clean lines in the furniture. This style lets the architectural beauty of the loft – the exposed brick, hardwood floors, and floor-to-ceiling windows – shine.
The bedrooms have, respectively, a king-size and a queen-size bed. The third pair of travelers will find that the couch in the living room unfolds easily into a double bed and back into a sofa. Both bathrooms have rain showerheads, one with a walk-in shower, the other with a tub. There’s a table in front of a mirror in the living room that can easily act as a vanity. Having three places where people can get ready in the morning will keep your vacation rental from feeling crowded.
When you are ready to come together for mealtimes, the apartment has a beautiful kitchen and dining table for six.
Luxurious Bright Loft
Located opposite downtown Montreal across the St. Lawrence River, this loft is part of a beautiful house in a quiet neighborhood. If you like to explore the city by day and retreat to the peace of suburbia by night, you won’t rent an apartment in Montreal better than this one.
This is a two-bed, one-bath apartment for four with washer-dryer access, a full kitchen, and free on-site parking. Both bedrooms have plush queen-size beds and heated floors to make getting out of bed on chilly mornings easier. You’ll find the washer and dryer tucked into one corner of the bathroom.
The shared space, made up of the kitchen and living room, is lively and fun. The chalk wall gives you a place to write notes and draw doodles. A kitchen island running the length of the room doubles as dining space, and there is a small balcony perfect for watching the sunrises and sunsets.
Gorgeous Stone 1890s Apartment
If you’re traveling for work, it’s not always a short weekend affair, and the last thing you want is to be cooped up in a hotel room for weeks on end. Make your long-term visit a pleasant experience by booking this stunning mid-century apartment in downtown. Here you’ll be able to cook your own meals, keep up with your laundry, and utilize the full space and all of the other amenities that make a vacation rental feel like a second home.
This Montreal Airbnb is a one-bed, one-bath apartment that can be rented by four people. It is ideal for long vacations or business travel because of its 32-night minimum booking requirement. You can even bring a beloved pet with you for an additional nightly fee.
Elements of the original 19th century structure can be seen in the stone walls and contrast strikingly with the ultramodern furniture. In the bedroom, a TV is mounted on the stone wall in front of the queen-size bed. In the bathroom, there is a beautiful combination of stone walls, tiling, and wood cabinetry, as well as a selection of soaps and complimentary bathrobes and slippers.
With this rental, you’ll find a home to love where past and present combine.
Spacious Heritage Graystone
The Montreal Airbnb on our list that welcomes the largest number of guests, this is a three-bedroom, one-bathroom house where 11 guests can stay together. The three bedrooms provide travelers private space while the spacious kitchen, dining, and living rooms are perfect for gathering. Pets and children are also welcome.
Each bedroom has a queen-size bed and closet or dresser space for clothes storage. Both of the sofas in the living room open into queen-size mattresses. The one full bathroom has a single sink and a bathtub with an adjustable showerhead.
The gorgeous kitchen is mostly black and white with gold accents. The chef in your group will feel like a Food Network star working in this kitchen, and with so many grocery stores and markets nearby, the meals are sure to be just as impressive. Anytime you don’t feel like cooking there are plenty of incredible restaurants to try, like La Banquise, Dieu de Ciel!, and Au Pied du Cochon.
Chic Condo With Private Terrace
Rent a condo in Montreal that makes where you stay just as fun as what you do. This lively and bright vacation rental hosted by Niki is a one-bed, one-bath unit in Quartier des Spectacles. A hotspot for festivals, markets, and city-sponsored events, this neighborhood practically guarantees you’ll enjoy something unexpectedly wonderful.
With its upstairs loft-style sleeping space and downstairs common rooms, the apartment is perfect for two who enjoy an on-the-go vacation. A short set of stairs directly outside the bedroom takes you to a rooftop terrace with a beautiful view of Montreal. In the bedroom, there is a queen-size bed and en suite bathroom.
This small apartment packs in a full kitchen, including a stovetop, oven, fridge, and a Keurig coffee maker. Several grocery stores are within easy walking distance. Serve up something wonderful and choose between rooftop dining with a city view or staying inside at the long dining table.
That’s our list of the best Airbnb rentals in Montreal. Travelers of every kind will surely find something to suit their needs and taste through Airbnb at a great rate.
We’ve also compiled lists of the best Airbnbs in Toronto and Vancouver. Make sure to check them out if you are heading to either place any time soon.