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Adorable studio bien décoré situé au 12e et dernier étage d'une tour. Vue à 180 degrés sur la moitié de la ville. À quelques pas du quartier des spectacles, du Plateau, du centre-ville et du Vieux-Montréal. Tout se fait à pieds!
Adorable studio ideally located and well decorated. Very quiet, located at 12th and top floor of a tower. 180 degree breathtaking view over the whole easter part of Montreal (you can see the Olympic stadium, Jacques Cartier Bridge, a bit of St-Lawrence river etc). Steps from the entertainment district, McGill University, downtown, Plateau, Mount Royal and St-Laurent. Basically, you can walk everywhere (WalkScore of 100!) but the studio is also close from metro St-Laurent and Place des Arts, Bixi station nearby.
You will find Everything to be happy and inspired: silence, espresso machine, good selection of teas, comfortable retro furniture, books on architecture, large balcony (with no neighbour), organic shampoo and soap etc.. And of course, all the basic stuff is there : wifi, stove, microwave, fridge, washer+dryer in the building, etc.
I use it as a secret writing spot and I almost never sleep there, you will therefore not be cluttered with my personal belongings. And as I live next door, I'm there if you need anything.
All cleaning is done with eco-friendly products.
Smoking allowed on the balcony.
Several : a few free street parking spots are available if you are lucky" There is also indoor/outdoor across the street.
Street parking is limited on the streets (check the signs carefully) but there is two $ parking next to the building. You're also very close to several bixi stations and the subway. Of course, you can easily walk everywhere.
Official check-out is noon and check-in is 3 PM but I'll do my best to accomodate your needs.
Clean sheets and towels are provided.
Soap and shampoo are provided.
You can smoke outside, on the balcony.
Feel free to use any food left in the fridge and cabinets.
French-Canadian blogger, speaker and author. Spends too much time talking about food and not enough cooking. Loves mid-century furniture, solving math problems and coffee.