COMFORTABLE GUEST ROOMS IN A B&B LOCATED IN THE HEART OF MONTREAL’S ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT

The Bed & Breakfast

Beautiful, festive and colourful: Saint-Christophe Street, like Montreal, was the perfect place for Nathalie and Robert to pursue a common dream in 1998 by purchasing their guesthouse, built in an ancient house dating back to 1875.

our rooms

The B&B À l’Adresse du Centre-Ville offers not only spacious, welcoming and pleasant rooms, but also the peaceful, warm and friendly atmosphere of a house where it is a pleasure to enjoy moments of relaxation and rest.

The Breakfast

In the spirit of Montreal’s culinary tradition, a city where a love of gastronomy is so deeply rooted, the guesthouse À l’Adresse du Centre-Ville has been buzzing for over 20 years to the rhythm of its varied, colourful, hearty and creative breakfasts.

The Bed & Breakfast

Beautiful, festive and colourful: Saint-Christophe Street, like Montreal, was the perfect place for Nathalie and Robert to pursue a common dream in 1998 by purchasing their guesthouse, built in an ancient house dating back to 1875.

our rooms

The B&B À l’Adresse du Centre-Ville offers not only spacious, welcoming and pleasant rooms, but also the peaceful, warm and friendly atmosphere of a house where it is a pleasure to enjoy moments of relaxation and rest.

The Breakfast

In the spirit of Montreal’s culinary tradition, a city where a love of gastronomy is so deeply rooted, the guesthouse À l’Adresse du Centre-Ville has been buzzing for over 20 years to the rhythm of its varied, colourful, hearty and creative breakfasts.

In the heart of Montreal’s city center

 

Located just a two-minute walk from the central station of the Montreal metro (Berri-UQAM), the B&B is nestled in the heart of the Quartier Latin, which vibrates to the rhythm of festivals and cultural institutions: the Saint-Denis Theatre, the Cinémathèque québécoise, the Maison Théâtre, the Prospero Theatre and the Grande Bibliothèque du Québec, to name a few, welcome Montrealers and visitors all year-round, alongside the festive and lively Quartier des spectacles, the venue hosting over forty festivals throughout the year.

The B&B, in the peaceful setting of Saint-Christophe Street, is located in the heart of Montreal’s vibrant streets, within walking distance of the famous Sainte-Catherine Street, where cafés, restaurants and colourful terraces are all to be found. The B&B is easily accessible by public transportation and is the ideal place to discover a unique, fun and welcoming city.

 

Certified 3-star Bed & Breakfast
Certified 3-star Bed & Breakfast
Certified 3-star Bed & Breakfast
Certified 3-star Bed & Breakfast

Stay at l’Adresse du Centre-Ville

In close proximity to all the tourist attractions

Montreal is a thriving and exciting metropolis where there is plenty to see and do. Here are some ideas and inspiration for your next trip to Montréal, explore all the possibilities available to you! These are just a few bite-sized snacks of information to whet your appetite. When you visit us, we will be happy to suggest you the most memorable activities!

Learn more about Montreal’s city centre.

The Downtown or Centre-Ville is a bustling area with a lot of personality. It features the province’s finest museums and skyscrapers, department stores, shopping malls, boutiques, restaurants and the Bell Centre, home of the Montreal Canadiens. We love shopping, especially in the underground galleries, and we take a break at cocktail time and a sunbath on the terrace whenever the season allows it.

Here are some of the activities you may enjoy.

Enjoy the panoramic view of the city, the river and the surroundings at the Observatory at Place Ville Marie
Shopping on Sainte-Catherine Street, Canada’s longest shopping street.
See exhibitions in Montreal’s major museums and shop in their charming boutiques.
Discover the “underground city” in the vast pedestrian indoor network.
Join Montrealers in celebrating at one of the countless festivals.

Learn more about the Quartier Latin

The Quartier Latin has an intellectual and academic side, notably through the presence of its educational institutions, namely the many pavilions of the Université du Québec à Montréal, the Cégep du Vieux Montréal and the Institut de l’Imagerie et du Son (INIS), but also because of the many cultural institutions such as the Théâtre Saint-Denis, the Cinémathèque québécoise, the Maison Théâtre and the more recently opened Bibliothèque des Archives nationales du Québec (BAnQ), in 2006.

Accessible via the Berri-UQAM metro station, the busiest in the network, the Quartier Latin is now a bustling student campus with its many cafés, restaurants and bars. It also has more than sixty terraces, some of them in the streets and others more secluded, which are worth discovering. Every year, the Quartier Latin hosts a number of festivals, including Montréal Complètement Cirque, as well as the OUMF festival, which celebrates the start of the new academic year in early September

Learn more about the Quartier des Spectacles

The Quartier des spectacles is located in downtown Montreal. It’s the city’s cultural heart. Within its boundaries, you will find the highest concentration and the greatest diversity of cultural venues in North America.

All year round, day or night, Montrealers and visitors head to the Quartier in droves, captivated and intrigued by its eight vibrant public spaces and no less than 40 festivals. Discover the Quartier des Spectacles.

Learn more about the Old Port

There is always something captivating in the Old Port. The major events that cannot be ignored follow one another but are unlike anything else. In addition, the Montréal Science Centre and Clock Tower Beach are the leading figures of many attractions visited by thousands of Montrealers as well as regional and international visitors. It is notably home to the Centre des Sciences de Montréal.

Warm and Welcoming B&B
 
Warm, welcoming and friendly. The subway is just down the street, and it’s not too far to walk to the old town. Our host Nathalie is amazing… such energy, such charm! Two of the reasons we choose B&Bs is to meet other people around the breakfast table and to sample home-made cooking. Well, we struck gold here. The breakfasts were wonderful and very creative, and exchanging information and culture around the table a delight
WillTone

Canberra, Australia

Perfect Location and Setting
 
Locating this charming B & B was a challenge due to road work so our phone’s GPS was invaluable -throughout our stay. On street parking is limited and our hosts did save a spot for us. We remained parked and used public transportation or walked to our destinations.
Beds are so comfortable, home so clean and breakfast so good, we highly recommend this wonderful, centrally located B&B. Hosts were charming, spoke fluent English and were happy to share maps, directions-anything they could do .One very important feature is the amount of stairs in this lovely home…so glad my back was good! We had a wonderful, comfortable 3 night stay at Nathalie and Robert’s B & B! 1st night w a shared bath on the 3rd floor, 2nd and 3rd nights on the 2nd floor w private bath adjacent to the kitchen which had delicious coffee and tea available 24/7. The weather was glorious-the air conditioner worked perfectly-and there is an outside 2nd and 3rd floor porch we often used. We walked and walked -so much to see and do! The Latin Quarter is v close. We went to the Latin Quarter park 3x (8 minute walk) where there is live music, dancing -all kinds of fun in the evening-right around the corner! (also homeless…) The colorful Gay Village is nearby-we ate at an excellent restaurant there. The subway and Hop on Hop Off bus were within easy walking distance
RbrFan

West Seneca, New York, USA

Lodging with a heart
 
Our party of three thoroughly enjoyed a shared room at this B&B in large part due to the warmth and gracious hospitality of owner/manager Nathalie. She is someone who really enjoys people, and creating multi course breakfasts is her way of seeing that her guests start the day on a very positive note. The B&B is located on a quiet side street near the Metro and walking distance to Old Montreal.The rooms are reachable by an interior stairway and are comfortably charming . Parking on the one-way street is spotty, but there is a paid parking lot if needed
Happyretiree2010

Lafayette, California, USA

Another incredibly lucky find !
 
We started searching for a room in Montreal at the last minute and were having very little luck finding vacancies anywhere except the expensive large hotels. I found a list of B+Bs in Canada and narrowed it down to Montreal. We found this B+B with one room left and immediately booked it. It’s tough to add to all the other great reviews but we can safely say that it was a wonderful experience. What was so great? The list includes: on street free parking with help from Nathalie, the charming owner; fabulous breakfasts cooked by Nathalie and served with her delicious homemade jams; advice about sights to see and where to go for meals; the location !/2 block from a major metro station and a very short walk to all of restaurant and shops on St. Denis and along the streets of the Gay Village; a very comfortable room with our own bathroom, small refrigerator and microwave; the opportunity to meet delightful guests from other parts of the world over breakfast…all this on a quiet tree lined street. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here and will definitely return on our next trip to Montreal.
VTtravelerVermont

Vermont, USA

To reach our Bed & Breakfast

ADDRESS

1673 Saint-Christophe Street
Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H2L 3W7

TELEPHONE

Telephone: 514-528-9516
Toll free: 1-866-528-9516

To get to the B&B À l’Adresse du Centre-Ville…

By car or on foot

Click on the map to access Google Maps for directions.

Map of B & B

By using public transportation

We are located a few minutes walk away from the Berri-UQAM metro station. To find out which route to take from your location, consult the internet site of the Montreal Transit Corporation here.

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