Address: 4446 Avenue de l'Hôtel de Ville, Montreal, QC, CanadaShow map Address: 4446 Avenue de l'Hôtel de Ville, Montreal, QC, Canada Get directions
Luxurious, Fully furnished and equipped in the heart of Plateau Mont-Royal.
Escape for a moment to this quiet and sunny apartment located in the hippest quarter of Montreal: Le Plateau Mont-Royal. Perfect luminosity, impeccable organization of the space and arranged according to the latest trend. Completely renovated and very well soundproofed.
Kitchen, living space and office space share the same area.
The bedroom has a double sized bed.
An arranged balcony at the back is very intimate due to its greenery which surrounds it. Very peaceful place.
Apartment features Bed linen & towels, bathroom with bath and shower, washing machine and dryer, iron & ironing board, heating, dishwasher, Kittke, unlimited high speed wireless internet. second bed for 2 guest,
oven, fridge-freezer, air-conditioned, toaster, dinnerware, pots & pans, TV 42’’, DVD player, stereo, radio, vacuum cleaner, air dryer, microwave.
The Surrounding Area
As you stroll through the streets of Plateau Mont-Royal, you'll notice that colorful wrought-iron staircases wind up the facades of the duplexes and triplexes. These architectural curiosities are typical of this neighborhood which does everything a little differently, and where nothing is ever ordinary. In fact, most Montrealers dream of living on the Plateau, and those who don't actually live here, come to shop, dine and play. Mostly, though, they come to see what's hot in fashion and dining and what's happening on the cultural and clubbing scenes. On the Plateau the food is fantastic, the atmosphere is warm, and it's easy to meet really great people.
Saint-Laurent Boulevard, also known as “the Main”, is famous for its exotic shops, and hip bars and restaurants. It draws its character from the branching side streets where you'll find a plethora of businesses with unique offerings. Restaurants and bistros post tradition-defying menus in a variety of nationalities. Bars and nightclubs range from the quietly elegant to the notoriously raucous. Yoga.center. And shops, second-hand stores and ultra-modern designer boutiques offer the latest in urban chic.
Mont-Royal Avenue and Saint-Denis Street feature eclectic and designer boutiques, as well as an unbelievable wealth of sidewalk cafés and restaurants. On Prince-Arthur Street, a quaint pedestrian cobblestone street, you'll find family-friendly restaurants where you're welcome to bring your own wine. Towards Saint-Joseph and Laurier Streets, things become more noticeably French. This is where you can pick up the perfect baguette, hand-made chocolates.
Also 5 minutes of walking is the Mont-Royal subway station. Proximity to the Mont-Royal Park and very fast access to Downtown Montreal.
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