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Airbnb Montreal: 22 Unique and Affordable Stays

Leah Fishman

Vermont, USA

Known for its cobblestone streets, outdoor shopping centers, museums, antiques, world-class restaurants, pride parades, vintage thrift stores, and vibrant art scene, Montreal is a city that guarantees to tick every box on your travel bucket list. There are endless things to do in Montreal—but what about when you sleep? From Insta-worthy apartments to NYC-style lofts and OTT penthouse suites, Montreal’s Airbnb scene offers unique— and totally affordable— alternatives to your standard hotel stay. We vetted hundreds of listings in Old Port, Downtown, The Village, and Saint-Henri (+ every neighborhood in between*) to find dreamiest Airbnbs in Montreal. Here are 46 of our absolute fave places to stay in Montréal.

*All map markers are located within a 3 block radius of the listing; contact the Airbnb host for the exact location.

Airbnb Montreal: Vieux Montreal (Old Montreal)

Old Montreal, steeped in history, has preserved much of its sweet European charm. Cobblestone streets, museums, waterfront activities on the Saint Lawrence River, and local boutiques attract tourists from around the world year round, make it a must-see on any Montreal itinerary.

The Historic 1800s Loft in Old Montreal

Average cost: Starting at $91CAD/night ; 1 night minimum

Specs: 1 bed, 1 bath Studio (2 guests)

Location: This cozy Airbnb in Montreal is just five minutes from the Port of Montreal front and a block from the Square Victoria metro-station (orange line).

Key features: Tuck away in this beautiful open-concept mid-late 1800s loft located in the heart of Old Port. The space is a mixture of rustic and contemporary design, industrial/mod furniture, with original exposed brick walls throughout.

The 1864 Loft 

Average cost: Starting at $61CAD/night ; 1 night minimum

Specs: 1 bed, 1 bath Studio (2 guests)

Location: This cozy Montreal Airbnb is on the 3rd level of a historic apartment building in the center of the Old city. 

Key features: The space is a perfect blend of rustic and contemporary charm, industrial and modern furniture, with original exposed brick walls throughout. There is no shortage of natural light, and the space is fully stocked with quality “amenities, appliances and local bathroom products” (!!!) for the perfect weekend away.

Historic Loft with Magnificent Stone Walls

Average cost: Starting at $227CAD/night ; 30 day minimum

Specs: 2 bed, 2 bath (6 guests)

Location: Nearby are Notre-Dame Basilica, Centaur Theatre, and the colorful Palais des congrès de Montreal.

Key features: Look up from a couch and see daylight enter through rows of windows carved out of a massive two-story stone wall. Become immersed in Old Montreal in a space where modern kitchen, beds, and baths nestled neatly in 19th-century architectural details.

The Skylit Loft in Old Montreal

Average cost: Starting at $84CAD/night ; 1 night minimum

Specs: 1 bed, 1 bath (2 guests)

Location: 5 minute walk from Place D’Armes Metro (Orange Line). A local convenience store is located on the 1st floor or the building, and the loft is next to Notre Dame Basilica, so you will hear the magic of the bells every hour.

Key features: Key features of this drool-worthy Montreal Airbnb include: brick walls, industrial finishes and a ceiling-mounted projector perfect for movie nights in.

Authentic and trendy Old-port Loft

Average cost: Starting at $91CAD/night ; 1 night minimum

Specs: 2 bed, 1 bath (4 guests)

Location: According to the hosts, “you could spend a weekend here and never leave the block!” Located in the very heart of Old Montréal, visitors are a short walking distance to some of the best restaurants, nightclubs, historical sites and family activities in the city.

Key features: Laundry access in the hallway and pets are allowed.

Airbnb Montreal: Ville-Marie

Downtown is a busy, vibrant mix of shoppers, office workers and students. Chain stores and malls line Rue Sainte-Catherine, while Crescent Street is known for vibrant bars.

Modern & Luxurious Downtown Loft

Average cost: Starting at $89CAD/night ; 1 night minimum

Specs: 1 bed, 1 bath (5 guests)

Location: Located in the center of downtown Montreal, this Airbnb is steps away from the Old Port, Quartier des Spectacles art district, and Palais des Congrés Convention Centre, and 2 blocks away from St-Catherine main shopping centers.

Key features: Pets are allowed in this Montreal Airbnb with a small extra fee and all guests have access to beautiful outdoor Jacuzzi.

Pristine Penthouse in Downtown Montreal

Average cost: Starting at $105CAD/night ; 1 night minimum

Specs: 2 bed, 1 bath (4 guests)

Location: It is located directly on Saint Catherine street in Montreal’s Golden Square Mile which is considered to be the most central and busiest street in downtown Montreal.

Key features: Warm wood interiors mix with cool brick in this mid-century modern penthouse suite.

Urban Retreat in Amazing Location

Average cost: Starting at $89CAD/night ; 2 night minimum

Specs: 1 bed, 1 bath Studio (3 guests)

Location: Just steps to charming cobblestone streets of Old Port, St. Catherine Street and Montreal’s China Town.

Key features: Simple, clean and easy: this studio is perfect for solo travelers or couples looking for a quick and convenient Downtown stay. Textured walls, light wood floors and funky art make this small space bright and welcoming.

The Sherbrooke Suite 103

Average cost: Starting at $44CAD/night ; 1 night minimum

Specs: 1 bed, 1 bath Studio (3 guests)

Location: Located on Sherbrooke, the space is perfectly situated between the Plateau, Old Port, and Crescent street, where you’ll find the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, as well as some of the coolest terraces in the city.

Key features: This Airbnb in downtown Montreal is the perfect crash pad. From the top quality Leesa mattress to the ultra HD TV and reclaimed wood vanity, the hosts have left nothing to chance here with regards to comfort or luxury.

Airbnb Montreal: The Village

Key features: This bright new clean Montreal Airbnb is equipped with all the amenities you need. It’s located right in the middle of downtown and is fully- equipped with all the amenities you’ll need — even cold beverages— so you can explore the city with ease.

Known as one of the largest gay neighborhoods in Canada, The Village attracts locals and visitors with its open arms, positive vibe and colorful spirit. The village is the center of LGBT+ life in Montreal and is home to Montreal’s Pride Festival each summer.

1 BDR apartment in an ancestral building + parking

Average cost: Starting at $73CAD/night ; 2 night minimum

Specs: 1 bed, 1 bath (4 guests)

Location: Located on the edge of Plateau Mont-Royal, near Parc Lafontaine, and a 5 minute walk from Sherbrooke subway station.

Key features: This 1-bedroom apartment is located in a 100 year old fully renovated home. If you are looking for a unique experience. this is the spot for you. The apartment is on the top floor of Maison Jacynthe Montreal: an urban boutique and spa.

Airbnb Monreal: Little Burgundy

While Little Burgundy is small, it packs a punch. This mostly-residential-but-still-cool-as-hell neighborhood contains some of Montreal’s heaviest hitting restaurants, antique dealers, upscale home stores and boutiques.

Immaculate Loft in the Heart of Montreal’s Foodie District

Average cost: Starting at $51CAD/night ; 1 night minimum

Specs: 2 bed, 2 bath (6 guests)

Location: The loft is in Little Burgundy, an upbeat neighborhood along the Lachine Canal. The path along the water is popular with joggers and cyclists and leads to the art deco Atwater Market filled with vendors selling produce. It’s 5 minutes from downtown.

Key features: Pull back the curtains and make the most of the natural light flooding into this spacious, open-concept loft. It features exposed brickwork and a contemporary neutral color palette with sleek furnishings. Nestled in beautiful Little Burgundy, just steps away from some of the best restaurants & cafes in Montreal.

Elegant & Perfectly Located by Atwater Market

Average cost: Starting at $57CAD/night ; 2 night minimum

Specs: 2 bed, 2 bath (6 guests)

Location: The apartnment is located right by Montreal’s famous Atwater Market — a must stop for foodies— where you’ll find delicacies from around the world. The property is on a main road which can get busy during peak hours.

Key features: Fully equipped kitchen with brand new high-end appliances, washer and dryer included, and complimentary starter pack including Caprina fresh goat’s milk soaps, shampoo, conditioner, toilet paper, dishwasher soap and laundry detergent, olive oil, salt and pepper, coffee and sugar.

Airbnb Montreal: Saint-Henri

Saint-Henri is as local as you can get: from its world-famous and extensive food scene to proximity to the downtown core. This vibrant neighborhood is steps away from Notre-Dame street where you will find a diverse selection of restaurants and local watering holes.

Eclectic downtown home perfect for family

Average cost: Starting at $344CAD/night ; 3 night minimum

Specs: 2 bed, 2.5 bath (4 guests)

Location: Located in one of the hippest upcoming locations, this St-Henri home offers easy access to Atwater Market, some of Saint-Henri’s greatest restaurants, and a quick ride to downtown or the mountain.

Key features: With large fenced garden and front facing park, this Airbnb in Montreal is the perfect spot for a small family or dog lovers.

Industrial Loft in Saint-Henri, MTL

Average cost: Starting at $123CAD/night ; 2 night minimum

Specs: 2 bed, 1 bath Studio (5 guests)

Location: 20 minutes from Center-Ville (downtown) and the Old Port of Montreal. Close to the magnificent Lachine Canal, Atwater Market and the bike path.

Key features: This plant-filled, bright, warm and airy Montreal Airbnb comes with a hammock, exposed brick, open lofts, and a fully equipped kitchen.

Airbnb Montreal: Villeray

When you think of Villeray, think giant green spaces, local shops, unique restaurants, and warm and friendly locals. Perfect for families and folks looking to escape the city, Villeray is on the tippy top of our favorite neighborhood list.

Marché Jean Talon: Nordic Escape

Average cost: Starting at $53CAD/night ; 2 night minimum

Specs: 1 bed, 1 bath (4 guests)

Location: Naturally lit and newly renovated “minimalistic Scandinavian” home, right by Marché Jean Talon, Little Italy, and a 5 min walk from Metro Jean Talon.

Key features: Neutral textures with a pop of pastel tones, light wooden accents, and minimal line art represent our home. You have all you need in this space; from utensils, pans and pots, plenty of glasses, bowls and plates, a toaster, a TV, Wi-Fi, and a balcony.

Lounge in a Leather Recliner at an Inviting 1930s Residence

Average cost: Starting at $116CAD/night ; 2 night minimum

Specs: 3 bed, 1 bath (5 guests)

Location: Steps away from some of Villeray’s famous parks and shops.

Key features: Decompress with a game of chess on the forest-green velvet couch at a homey abode in one of the city’s most charming areas. This luminous getaway features elegant sash windows, wood-framed stained glass, and welcoming earthy tones.

Airbnb Montreal: Plateau Mont-Royal

Just north of downtown, Plateau Mont-Royal sprawls from the edge of the mountain to the colorful, tree-lined streets. Often penned as one of the hippest areas of the city, the Plateau has plenty Insta-worthy architecture and trendy eateries.

Secret Studio in the Plateau

Average cost: Starting at $54CAD/night ; 1 night minimum

Specs: 1 bed, 1 bath (2 guests)

Location: This Airbnb studio in Montreal is located on a ruelle behind Avenue du Mont-Royal. The street was originally for just for horses, so it’s nice & quiet and just a quick 5 minute walk from the Metro Mont-Royal with Montreal’s best restaurants, bars, cafes, shops and parks are right at your doorstep, but without the noise!

Key features: Acompact 450 sq.ft private studio apartment with a large deck in the heart of the plateau mont-royal.

Airbnb Montreal: Mile End

In Mile End, forget about public transport: everything and anything is available on foot. Snag a cup of coffee, grab groceries, visit galleries and hit the bar at night. For nature lovers, Mont-Royal is less than a block away, so strolls or x-country skiing in the forest can be part of your daily routine.

Eco studio in Mile-End

Average cost: Starting at $61CAD/night ; 1 night minimum

Specs: 1 bed, 1 bath (2 guests)

Location: Near the Mont-Royal park, restaurants, grocery stores, and public transportation. 5 minute bus ride or Bixi to downtown or McGill University. In Mile-End near St-Laurent, St-Denis, Mont-Royal. Montreal bagels and Schwartz’s are within walking distance.

Key features: This one-of-a-kind eco suite will give you the chance to stay in an award-winning LEED Platinum certified home. Design that combines the original Victorian character with hints of contemporary. Renovated recently. A fully open space with high 12’ ceilings, brick and plaster walls, hardwood and slate flooring, and a functional ethanol fireplace.

Airbnb Montreal: Outremont

Above the Plateau and next to Parc du Mont-Royal, Outremont has a serious reputation for being Montreal’s residential Francophone haven. With giant homes, tree-lined streets, groomed parks, and two upscale shopping and dining strips along rue Laurier and avenue Bernard. The eastern fringes of Outremont are home to the Jewish Quarter: Montreal’s thriving Hasidic community.

Beautiful apartment in the Heart of Montreal

Average cost: Starting at $142CAD/night ; 30 night minimum

Specs: 2 bed, 1 bath (4 guests)

Location: Gorgeous apartment in the upscale neighborhood of Outremont. Ideal and central location, a five minute drive to downtown, near popular Laurier street, Bernard street and park avenue. It is surrounded by many beautiful parks, trendy restaurants, boutiques, pharmacies, grocery stores, Banks, metro stations and bus stops.

Airbnb Montreal: La Petite-Patrie

La Petite-Patrie is a multi-ethnic neighborhood with Italian, Vietnamese, and Latin-American residents. While mostly residential, La Peite Patrie is also home to the Jean-Talon Market, Père Marquette Park, and tons of local restaurants.

Airbnb Montreal: Little Italy / Mile Ex

If you’re looking for good food, you’ve come to the right place. Little Italy is full of authentic cafes, pizzerias, Italian grocery stores and traditional bakeries. Right next door, Mile-Ex is a thriving enclave of artists, small businesses, as well as the city’s more cutting-edge architecture and design studios.

Magnifique Studio in Petite Italie

Average cost: Starting at $69CAD/night

Specs: 1 bed, 1 bath Studio (2 guests)

Location: Brand new contemporary Montreal Airbnb studio stay in the Mile Ex sector of Little Italy, one of the most lively and happening neighborhood in Montreal.

Key features: Contemporary tiny space of 340 sq. feet with 11 feet ceilings and sleek polished concrete floors.

Discover Little Italy from a Hip, Cozy Tinyhouse

Average cost: Starting at $96CAD/night

Specs: 1 bed, 1 bath (2 guests)

Location: This Montreal Airbnb stay is in the center of Little Italy, steps away from lively bars, restaurants, and pizzerias, as well as landmarks and museums. Boutique shops, grocery stores, and the Marché Jean-Talon are all within walking distance.

Key features: Fix breakfast in a cozy kitchen and dine at a Scandi-style wood table. Recline on a quaint yellow sofa below a skylight window and be steeped in the vibrant charm of this colorful garage-turned-home with its heated concrete floors and eclectic decor.

Maison contemporaine lumineuse et accueillante

Average cost: Starting at $134CAD/night

Specs: 2 bed, 2 bath (4 guests)

Location: From Mile Ex, hop a few blocks West to the Jean-Talon Market and find colorful farm stands, organic produce, local butchers, fish shops, baked goods and coffee.

Key features: Contemporary bright house on 3 floors with sunny courtyard and terrace. Perfect for families, but infants (under 5 years old) are not recommended because of the open stair railings.