Great location and friendly. We will definately be back.
In just a few steps, there is the Latin Quarter and Saint-Denis street where you will be charmed by it numerous restaurants and bars. Several intimate cafés with a relaxed atmosphere lending to conversation will be waiting for you there. You will also find a large number of theaters and, in the sun, the terraces are a joy for those who sit at their tables.
The biggest commercial street of the country, Sainte-Catherine Street, is only 125 meters away. The street begins in Westmount, crosses the city center: Crescent Street, Bell Centre, Place Ville-Marie, Place-des-arts, and close by UQAM and the Village, the gay district of the city. The already very dynamic street with its boutiques, discotheques, 'after-hours', restaurants, and cafés are transformed into a pedestrian street with numerous terraces (between Berri and Papineau) from the end of May until mid-September.
A little more to the South, a few minutes of walking in one of the most beautiful parts of Old Montreal: historic houses, the charming Bonsecours church, Cirque du Soleil site where new shows are tested and the cobble stones of Saint-Paul street. A little further you'll see Place Jacques-Cartier, the Old-Port and the Notre-Dame basilica. Restaurants, museums, and others activities make this a destination of choice as much for Montrealers as for the visitors.
Finally the Plateau, the young and trendy district is a ten minutes walk away northward. Saint-Louis Square sets the tone of this magnificent district. Appreciate the architecture and enjoy life with countless restaurants, shops and nightclubs that would charm the most difficult critics.