Instead of staying in a hotel, why not rent a Montreal condo for the duration of your visit? The benefits of renting versus paying per night can save you a lot of hassle and money in the long run.
There are many available condos for rent in Montreal’s distinct boroughs that not only put you in the middle of the hustle and bustle of the charming city, but also immerse you directly into the culture. Staying at a hotel that only caters to tourists and their needs may limit your experience. By renting a condo, you’ll be able to:
- Cook and clean for yourself, which reduces some extra expenses.
- Pay less for more space per night than your average hotel.
- Pack less, since a washer and dryer are readily available.
- Have your family and friends together under one roof instead of in separate accommodations.
With the money you save by renting a private residence, you’ll be able to enjoy even more of what Montreal has to offer its welcomed visitors! Go rock-climbing indoors at Allez Up, enjoy Round Table Tours of specialty grocers, production sites and upscale restaurants, and meet the people behind these fascinating places. Or get a taste of local history with an Amphi Tour that takes you through Old Montreal and the Saint Lawrence River by amphibious vehicles! The possibilities are endless in this exciting city.
Montreal is also known as the city with the largest number of restaurants per capita in North America. Food is an important part of Montreal culture, and here you’ll find that chefs prepare dishes with innovation, style and originality. Montreal chefs pride themselves in blending local influences with tradition, and incorporating daring worldly flavours with a European flair. The use of local produce is a significant staple in Montreal cuisine, and you can see this for yourself exploring the many public markets where chefs work hand-in-hand with the local purveyors to create their newest dish.
There are also approximately 350 food trucks and takeout meal stands that offer fresh, affordable and high-quality products for you to enjoy. Montreal’s dedication to excellent food and drink is celebrated with several culinary events throughout the year. Montreal en Lumiere is an 11-day food festival in February, highlighting the flavours and specialties of the city, region and country. Taste MTL, similar to Restaurant Week, offers exclusive deals and events in restaurants across the city with prix-fixe menus.
The city also offers several festivals throughout the year. Finding one that suits you and your family will not be hard to find. There is the Montreal Jazz Festival that happens in late June to early July, Montreal Beer Fest in June, The Fashion and Design Festival in late August, the famous Just for Laughs Festival in July, and the Osheaga Music and Arts Festival in August, to name a few.
Imagine being able to attend several of these events and enjoy the excitement radiating through the city, and enjoying the peace of mind that comes with avoiding overbooked hotels and bumped-up prices when you rent a beautiful Montreal condo living space.
For a truly unforgettable experience in Montreal, try renting a living space than staying at a hotel. You’ll find it will enrich your stay, save you some potential hassle, and save money!