MontréalOur stylishly-decorated furnished apartments in the diverse and historic city of Montréal are ideally located in the “Golden Square Mile” of downtown. We’re pleased to offer you any one of our sophisticated furnished suites to call your temporary home, whether you’re staying in Montréal as a professional or as a tourist. Our furnished apartments are in the heart of downtown and are only steps away from all of the boutiques, bars, restaurants, theatres, cinemas, art galleries and all the other attractions of the arts and entertainment district. Let us give you a place to call home as you explore and delight in the joie de vivre of the unique city of Montréal!
Montréal, founded in 1642, is the second-oldest city in Canada. While being second in North America for university students per capita, the city’s culture, dynamic and atmosphere make it unique and memorable. The city attracts all types of travelers and holds something for everyone. The skyline is defined by its most predominant natural feature, Mount Royal, which provides a breathtaking backdrop to skyscrapers, bridges and the network of city streets. Take a walk to the summit to experience the panoramic view of the city and St Lawrence River below.
Some fun facts…
- The customary way to greet friends in Montréal is to kiss them on both cheeks
- Montréal is the second-largest French speaking city in the world, after Paris
- Montréal has the highest number of restaurants per capita in Canada, and second in North America after New York
- Montréal’s Plateau neighbourhood area has the highest concentration of artists in the country
- The Grand Prix of Canada, the first Formula 1 race in North America, is held every year in Montreal at the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve
- The first Hospital in North America was established in Montréal - Hotel Dieu Hospital, established by Jeanne Mance in 1645
- Montréal is the home of the first golf club in North America, which was founded in 1873, named Royal Montréal
- The very first organised indoor hockey game on record was played at the Victoria Rink in Montréal. The game apparently ended in a fight
- The construction of Montréal’s underground city began in 1962. It remains the largest underground complex in the world
- A massive ice storm crippled the city in 1998, leaving many without power for weeks and causing millions of dollars in damage
You know you’re from Montreal when…
- You buy your beer and 6/49 tickets at the dépanneur, but never your wine
- You know what a five-and-a-half is
- You've graduated high school but have never been to Grade 12
- Saying someone is "French from France" is not redundant
- You've debated the merits of the "spoon guy" who plays on Ste Catherine St
*Reference: Montreal Book of Everything
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