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Le Houseboy Bed & Breakfast has been renamed Urbain Bed & Breakfast. Stayed there from 8-11 August 2012 and have absolutely no complaints.
The location can't be any better - it is at the cross-junction of rue St Catherine Est and rue Champlain, near the...More
Great parking nearby on Champlain but a very bad atmosphere from the hosts. Chained fridge and very uptight atmosphere. Cereal boxes mostly close to empty. Room is on a second floor of a building with loud partying students on third floor.
I recently stayed at Le Houseboy on my 1st trip to Montreal (and Canada!). I could not have been more pleased. Michel, the proprietor, could not have been more welcoming and was always available for anything you may need.
The B&B is located on the...More
Discover this new place on Ste-Catherine street in the Gay village of Montreal. Wood, brick walls, high ceilings, open spaces, brand new contemporary furniture, as well as all the amenities you would expect for a feel at home experience.Every three bedroom comes with it's 32" flat screen TV, free Wi-Fi, brand new furniture, and high quality mattress, bed sets and linens. Sharedbath. Complete Continental breakast, available all day.
The rainbow pillars of Beaudry Métro Station shepherd the way into to The Village, one of the largest hubs for gay and lesbian culture in North America. With an open layout and a congenial aura, the refurbished buildings along Rue Sainte-Catherine pay a special homage to menswear and to caffeine, with showrooms and cafes. By morning, the antiquing gems along Amherst Street are packed with collectors. An incredible party
spot, The Village comes alive at night, when clubs, bars, and dance halls open their doors and the revelry is high, epitomised by the fanciful trimmings of the apropos Oscar Wilde building. From May to September, the area closes to automotive traffic, allowing restaurant terraces to pour onto the streets, creating a dynamic sense of community. Les Boules Roses, thousands of pink baubles, are hung to welcome in the festivals and celebrations, including Montréal en Arts, Divers-Cité, and the Pride Parade.