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Fabulous Condo in Old Montreal

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1 Bedroom
2 Beds

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Charming apartment in old Montreal with quick access to autoroute and transit system. I am looking for responsible occupant who will treat my home like their own.

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Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 4
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 2
Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM (noon)

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Extra people: $12 / night after 2 guests
Weekly Price: $433 /week
Monthly Price: $1485 /month
Cancellation: Strict

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About the Host, Xiaoxi

Xiaoxi
Montreal, Canada
Member since December 2012
Response rate: 100% (past 30 days)
Response time: within an hour

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  • Xiaoxi
  • Station Beaudry

    Thats the closest green line station and also the center of the Gay Village.
  • Sky Pub Club

    Thats probably the most decent gay bar in town, imo with disclosure. Saturday night is latino night.
    Sainte-Catherine Street East Montreal QC H2L 2J1
  • La Couscousiere

    Tagine, couscous, and belly dancers. Call them and ask what time is the show, and make a reservation just 30 minutes before.
    Rue Amherst Montreal QC H2L 3L3
  • Place Dupuis

    Its a little shoping mall, with a grocery store and a pharmacie on the street corner. The closest one to my house by foot.
    Ste Catherine Rue E Montreal QC
  • Station Berri-UQAM

    This is the busiest metro station. You can reach the station by walking. The yellow line which takes you to Laronde and Casino departs from here. Lost objets are here.
  • Terrasses Bonsecours

    In the summer, this is basically a bar outside with a great view of the river. The view price is included in the drinks and snacks. In the winter, the water is frozen and they shoot fireworks.
  • Jacques Cartier Bridge

    When the streets are closed in front of my apartment then there are fireworks going on. This bridge is the best view point of the whole city.
    QC-134 Montreal QC
  • Restaurant Uchi Sushi Inc

    I once worked there, the new owner had it for 3 years. They serve good quality sushi with the standard chinese food. All for a very high quality to price ratio.
    Rue Amherst Montreal QC H2L 1R1
  • Place Jacques Cartier

    Con artists and low value to price ratio restaurants. But its an easy must see.
    Place Jacques Cartier Montreal QC H2Y
  • Chinatown

    If you want to eat at 4am, go to chinatown. If anything is open anywhere in the wolrd at 4am, it has to be a chinese restaurant.
    Montreal QC
  • La Ronde

    If you want to have some fun, like a 5 years old kid, no I mean 15 years old kid, this is the place. Play the teddy toys at the end of the day so you dont carry them around. Fireworks in the summer.
  • Notre-Dame Basilica of Montreal

    This is the famous cathedral Notre-Dame where Celine Dion got married. Its not far, you get walk there in 15 minutes.
    RUE SAINT SULPICE Montréal Québec
  • Place des Arts - Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier

    This is the old concert hall where the Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal used to perform. Now they moved to a new hall right next to it. Some hows are still performed and even projected on the plaza.
    St Catherine St W Montreal QC H2X 3X5
  • Montreal Museum of Archaeology and History

    This museum is basically a dig at the exact side. It shows the history at that exact location since the very first beginning of Montreal, even before Quebec and Canada existed.
    Place Royale Montreal QC H2Y 3Y5
  • Central Station

    If you come by greyhound or any bus company that isnt Megabus, you will disembark at this position.
    Rue de la Gauchetière Ouest Montreal QC H3B 4G1
  • La Fontaine Park

    Its just a park with an artifical lake in the middle. You can skate in the winter and apparently gay people hook up here randomly at night.
    Avenue du Parc la Fontaine Montreal QC H2L 1M3
  • Eaton Centre

    Well, dont buy anything here, its usually expensive, but its a nice place to see. Its part of the montreal underground city, so youll definitely come here during the winter.
    Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest Montréal QC H3B 4G5
  • Schwartz's

    If you came to Montreal for Smoked Meat, this is the place. Personally I dont find it exciting but hey, if you like meat and you like them smoked and caucher.
    Saint Laurent Boulevard Montreal QC H2W 1L2
  • Montreal Central Station

    If you come to montreal by train, that is if you came from anywhere between NYC and MTL or Toronto and MTL you will arrive here. Take the metro to champs-de-mars station to walk to my house.
    Montreal QC H2Z 1R1
  • La Banquise

    If you came to Montreal for poutine, this is the place. You can walk up here, it takes 45 minutes from my house, or if you walk up amherst street and take bus 14, it will drop you right here.
    Rue Rachel Est Montréal H2J 2J3
  • Casino de Montréal

    They host pretty much all the variety of table games and a huge selection of slot machine. I think it is the biggest on the east coast. Great restaurant too.
    Ave du Casino Montréal QC H3C 4W7
  • Centre Bell

    The Habs, or Canadiens-de-Montréal, play their games here. You can also catch famous singings and a variety of shows at this location.
    Avenue des Canadiens-de-Montréal Montreal QC H4B 5G0
  • La Queue de Cheval Restaurant

    Most expensive restaurant in Montreal. Never been and probably never will be. You need to rent a 200 000$ car so you dont look like an el cheapo. Oh yeah, I think suits are required.
    Rue de la Montagne Montreal QC H3G 1P1
  • Mount Royal Park

    This is the famous mountain of Montréal. There are 2 main observatories on the mountain. No buildings can be taller than the peak of this mountain where the cross is located.
    1260, ch Remembrance Montreal QC H3H 1A2
  • Cock And Bull

    No bar can be anymore irish than this one. Used to go with my irish friend when I was barely legal.
    St Catherine St W Montreal QC H3H 1M4
  • Montreal Botanical Garden

    This is one of the world biggest botanical garden. Most of it is free. The greenhouse and insectarium requires a fee. You dont want to skip this one if you have a green thumb.
    Rue Sherbrooke Est Montréal QC H1X
  • Olympic Stadium

    You know when building engineer fails. Well this is the result. Its weird shaped and the dome can fall anything, I think. Theres an elevator to the top, that one is safe. But I never been to it.
    RUE PIERRE DE COUBERTIN Montréal Québec
  • Planétarium Rio Tinto Alcan

    This is the new planetarium where you can see a movie about stars and astronomy on a hemispherical-dome. Never been to this new one, but the old ones had some great shows.
    Avenue Pierre-de Coubertin Montreal QC H1V 3N4
  • Biodome

    Used to be the cycling drome for the olympic, now its a biodome. Host 4 distinct climates with animals. Been there with my elementary school excursion, 20 years ago.
    Avenue Pierre-de Coubertin Montréal QC H1V 1B3
  • Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal

    This is the famous church that you see on every tourist book of Montreal, probably even on the cover. Its on the west side of the mountain, you can get some great pictures during sunset.
    Chemin Queen Mary Montréal H3V 1H6
  • Uniprix Stadium

    This is where Federer, Nadal, and all those ....awski and ..lovak fights off with a racket and a green fuzze ball. Other wise the parc around it is usually filled with people playing local team sports
    Rue Gary-Carter Montreal QC H2R 2W1
  • Chabanel District

    This used to be a famous fashion district in Montreal until my home country cut in on the manufacturing. You can find a store of the name Cream Soda. You definitely want to shop there for clothing.
    Rue Chabanel Ouest Montreal QC H2N 2J6
  • Uber Cafbar

    Order some cider from this trendy little place. We like to chill there when we has extra time. Its cozy, especially in the winter.
    Rue Fleury Est Montreal QC H2C
  • Sushi Palace

    Best all you can eat sushi and maki and all sorts of non-japanese but made to be believed as japanese food stuffs. Still the best place for the price.
    Rue Poirier Montreal QC H4L 5K8
  • Maison Sami T A Fruits Inc (La)

    If you do have a car, this grocery is probably the least expensive and the healthiest in town. Just fruits and vegtables. I go every week-end to provision myself for the whole week in the townships.
    Avenue Lafleur Montreal QC H8R 3H6
  • Cosmodome

    This is the place if you have kids or if you are a kid inside yourself who dreams of becoming and astronaute. Its like an amusement part I think, not sure, never been inside.
    2150, aut des Laurentides Laval QC H7T 2T8
  • Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport

    Now if you came on an aircraft, you will land here. The city bus ticket is 10$ but its a daily ticket so you can keep using it for 24 hours. If you are 4 people, take a taxi, fixed price for downtown
    Boulevard Roméo Vachon Nord Dorval QC H4Y 1H2
  • Ski Bromont

    This is probably the most popular ski resort in Quebec. its 1 hour drive without traffic from Montreal. In the summer you can enjoy mountain biking, they are rental bikes and skis. Price are good.
    Rue Champlain Bromont QC J2L 1A2
  • Mont Tremblant Resort

    Its an Intra-West developed town. So you have the package, skiing, expensive fast food and chairlifts. They enven build a casino recently. Oh yes, summer festivals are abundant.
    Chemin des Voyageurs Mont-Tremblant QC J0T 1J0

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