This Loft is the definition of Old Montreal Loft
Facing the port with all the boats arriving, beautiful sunset
This 1650sqft Historic 2bedroom open concept Loft will blow your ming
It's located on the top of the oldest building in old montreal
LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION, all the restaurants, bars, shopping are downstairs
***Local reservations are NOT accepted unless approved beforehand***
Charming, cool, comfortable, this open-concept loft with 2 bedrooms is centrally located for all activities!
This completely renovated apartment offers:
**Free High-Speed Wifi
**55 INCH SMART TV
**Free Netflix account
**Free cable tv
**Fully equipped kitchen
**Brand new NESPRESSO machine with different coffee flavors
**Modern & Sleek Furniture
**Toiletries: shampoo, body wash, conditioner & hand soap.
**Can sleep 6 people: 2 KING SIZE BED AND 1 matress on the floor ON DEMAND
Bars, pubs, clubs, museums, galleries, creative eateries and restaurants, unique boutiques and shopping are literally at your doorstep. A cozy and restful loft space that is ideal for 4 but can go up to 6 people. The loft is on the top floor of one of the first building in old montreal, FACING THE WATER. No Noise and no smoking at anytime in the lobby or in the hall way. We absolutely love our neighbors we want to keep a good relationship with them.
You are 2 minutes walking distance to the famous Place Jacques Cartier. You are 2 minutes walking distance to: the famous Notre Dame Cathedral, St. Lawrence river, the Skating arena in the winter, Cirque du Soleil in summer, the waterfront where you can picnic on the lush green well preserved outdoor, the Science Centre and the historic Marché-Bonsecours in the Old Port that is on the same street as the loft!
You are facing the Marina of old montreal where all the boats come during the summer
You are 5 min walk from BOTA BOTA the best spa in montreal.
The nearest metro is about 6 minutes walking distance (metro place d'armes). You're 5 minutes walking distance from Chinatown (which is next to Place D'armes Metro). You are also 10-12 minutes walking to Place du Spectacle (in Downtown Montreal) where many major events take place in summer time. The Plateau Mont-Royal is a very nice place to visit, if you're interested, take the # 55 bus (which stops in a few minutes away from this loft and it will take you to the Plateau / Mile End, and back home).
The Old Montreal
Nestled between the modern International District and the St. Lawrence River, you’ll find the charming, historic area of Old Montreal. Get lost in the maze of narrow streets and authentic architecture or take a ride in a horse-drawn carriage to discover some of the best galleries, theaters, fine dining and rooftop terraces the city has to offer.
The old port of Montreal
Once a major commercial trading port for North America, the Old Port now offers scenic views as well as many activities and attractions, which attract over 10 million tourists annually. Here you will find the world-famous Cirque du Soleil, IMAX Theater, Science Centre, Labyrinth Maze and its vast promenade. In the summer, find plenty of sport and leisure rentals available while during the winter enjoy an outdoor skating rink with a weekly rotation of musically themed nights.
Old Montreal has over a hundred fine restaurants that are largely involved in establishing Montreal’s reputation as a major gastronomic hub. Here you will find many of Quebec’s top as well as other internationally acclaimed Chefs. Streets like St.Paul and Notre Dame include some of the city’s finest dining and most exclusive tables.
Reminders of the past
One of the beautiful landmarks of Old Montreal is the Notre-Dame Basilica, one of the New World’s masterpieces of architecture. The Basilica receives over 2,500 visitors a day.
“Le Vieux” as it is referred by many Montrealers, is a well-kept oasis for those who love the finer things in life. Old Montreal boasts dozens of specialty shops, including art galleries and furniture makers, specialized boutiques for apparel, jewelry and rare objects, with the Bonsecours Market hosting and displaying the works of many of the city’s prominent artists.
Quais du vieux-port
Musée Marguerite Bourgeoys