Attractions and Things to Do
When you book your stay in Montreal, take time to look into one of the bed & breakfast hotels in Montreal, Canada. You receive a much more personable service, and you’ll feel more like you’re at home than in a hotel. Typically, you’ll save a little on your accommodations and receive a much nicer breakfast than if you stayed in a cheap hotel. The ambiance of the B&B’s in Montreal integrates you into the Canadian culture a little, and you’ll meet lots of interesting international and local guests. The owners can direct you to great local places to eat, shop, and sightsee. Some B&B houses have historic aspects to the property or grounds, such as the Gingerbread Manor B&B. It is a genuine Victorian house that has been remodeled with modern conveniences to provide you with that Old-World charm with all of the modern conveniences you’ve grown accustomed to. The stain glass windows and crown molding are original, and add a beautiful touch of elegance to your stay.
When you stay in bed & breakfast hotels in Montreal, Canada you’ll be close to the public metro station, which means you’ll have options in terms of transportation. Renting a car is definitely a great choice, especially if you plan on lots of sightseeing ventures. Downtown parking can be expensive, so be sure and take advantage of the public system when you can. The Repos & Manna B&B is only a three minute walk to the Georges –Vanier metro station. The Gingerbread Manor Bed & Breakfast has two metro stations within an eight minute walk of it. The Sherbrooke Station is the closest with only a five minute walk. The University Bed & Breakfast is also just around the corner from the metro station, and only a 30 minute ride on the metro if you’re visiting the University of Montreal. The metro system is quite efficient and runs every Monday through Sunday every 9 minutes between 6:00 and 1:30 am.
Some bed and breakfast hotels ask that you remove your shoes when you come in. It is a good idea to pack a pair of your favorite slippers for your trip.