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1219 Rue Cartier, Montreal, Quebec H2K 4C4 Canada
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#17 of 151 in Montreal
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Beautiful Bed and Breakfast in Montreal downtown (Village) - private studio-suite style. One min from Ste-Catherine Street, but on a quiet side street. One min from subway station. Walking distance to all city attractions (Old Montreal, Latin Quarter, etc). Lively neighborhood surrounded by restaurants, cafes, nightclubs ...Charming suites/rooms within 100-year stone building with back garden. AC, cable TV/CD and HS Wi-Fi. Montreal-born host who knows the city from A to Z offers great advice. Also offer furnished apartment rental for group and long term stay - please inquire.
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Free public parking nearby
Street parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
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Non-smoking hotel
Private check-in / check-out
Clothes dryer
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Air conditioning
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Refrigerator
Flatscreen TV
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Non-smoking rooms
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English, French
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Irmani wrote a review Oct. 2021
London, United Kingdom185 contributions80 helpful votes
Lovely B&B. We opted for a large room with shared kitchen (with just one other room). It was huge and comfortable with a sofa and dining area. Breakfast options (it’s a self-serve which worked perfectly for us) were plentiful and great. Robert gave us a lovely welcome and great introduction to Montreal. Really enjoyed our stay, recommended.
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Travelled
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luvdogs2016 wrote a review Oct. 2019
Cochrane, Canada90 contributions42 helpful votes
Perfectly situated in the Village in Montreal. Within a 3 minute walk to Metro station. Richard our host was great. Upon arrival he gave us a great overview of what to see and do while in Montreal. Use of a shared kitchen allows you to enjoy flexibility in your choices for dining either in or out. Highly recommended
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Travelled
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Omar T wrote a review Jun. 2019
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First, I'll mention that the location, value, and beauty of the space is truly second-to-none. I was greeted with fresh croissants which were replenished daily, given access to an absolutely beautiful, relaxing, and zen backyard space, and enjoyed a lovely, spacious room. BUT, what I really want to talk about is the above and beyond service of the owner, Richard. Being only half awake at the time, I accidentally dropped a hairbrush into the toilet as it was flushing. As the plumber was still asleep and wouldn't be up for another five hours, the owner personally showed up with a set of tools and a plunger, and worked diligently to remove the brush with his hands! In addition to being kind, genuine, real, and fully accommodating, I was absolutely blown away by this act. Any other place would have demanded I wait for the plumber. Richard cares about this space, and he cares about his guest. I will proudly give him my money any and every time I visit Montreal, and I wholeheartedly encourage you to do the same!
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Date of stay: June 2019
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Christine C wrote a review Oct. 2018
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The room was a great size - separate entrance, separate bathroom - you only have to share the kitchen, which is fully stocked. there is a very nice sitting area in your room - we found the whole LeCartier excellent - we would recommend this B&B to anybody and will certainly use it again if we are back in Montreal. Also Richard our hosts knows everything there is to know about Montreal and quite happy to share.
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Date of stay: October 2018
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Room Tip: we had a room on the main floor which was great for my husband who has a bad hip.
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kthcst wrote a review Oct. 2018
Fall River37 contributions61 helpful votes
We have stayed at LeCartier now quite a few times. i can NEVER express enough how great of a B&B this really is. From the moment we check in to the moment we check out its a GREAT place to stay. Theres RICHARD, who is the owner, along with his Partner JC, If there is anything at all you need to know about Montreal, Richard is the person to see. He will explain EVERYTHING you need to know according to your likes. You will not miss a beat with Richard telling you where everything is. Scott is the Housekeeper , who does a FANTASTIC job, place is always spotless when you return at the end of the day. we have stayed in the different types of rooms they have, and every one of them are good to stay in. No COMPLAINTS at all. The location....you cannot beat the location. Right in the Gay Village, on a side street, a real cute residential street. If you walk up the block about 5 min. you reach the PAPINEUA metro stop, and across the street from that ois a supermarket... You really should experience this place, i would NEVER stay anywhere else while visiting Montreal. We do go every single year, and NEVER get sick of staying here. Feel free to ask any questions...
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Date of stay: October 2018
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Chitokarate wrote a review Aug. 2018
Halifax60 contributions8 helpful votes
Third stay at B&B Le Cartier and it won't be the last. Convenient location by Papinaeu Station. Metro grocery store is up the street as well along with lots of shops on Ste. Catherine. We booked the apartment again this year and it was a comfortable stay. Owners Richard and JC are a delight as well as Scott who helps take care of the place. Continental breakfast includes pastries, cereals, breads, bagels, fruit, coffee/tea, etc. Ask Richard about where to eat and what to see. He knows Montreal inside and out. Bottom line, you can't go wrong with staying here. Great value, great location, and great hosts.
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Travelled
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APA-90 wrote a review Jul. 2018
Winnipeg, Canada3 contributions
ravelling can be stressful. Real stressful. I’m not talking the “I only have 5 minutes, I don’t know if that’s enough time to switch to Geiko” type stressful. I’m talking about the “my wife called and told me to pick up milk after work and I forgot and now I have to face her wrath”, or the “I forgot to take my lactose pills and just ate a poutine and there’s no bathroom in sight” type stressful. Been there (the stress part, not the lactose). Richard (owner), is like the reminder you set on your iPhone to take your lactose pill. He is wonderful. Upon your arrival to Cartier B&B, Richard greeted us with a smile. A big, French sourire. He then gave us a tour of the property, and sat down to talk Montreal. This guy took a good 30-40 minutes out of his day to give my wife and I recommendations about what to do, what restaurants to visit, and what tourist traps to avoid. He literally made sure our trip went poop free. Lactose pills aren’t just about avoiding an embarrassing situation downtown, they are are also about comfort. Nothing worse than debilitating cramps after pizza. Richard and Scott made every effort to ensure our comfort at Cartier B&B. The breakfast was phenomenal. My wife and I were thoroughly impressed with the selection of breakfast foods that he offered: cookies, muffins, bagels, coffee, bananas, and all the other wonderful things that made for a lactose free dream— I mean, there was milk for your coffee, and cream cheese if you’re into that kind of stuff. Richard went even beyond that. He was piloting a program for a little while where he’d give out breakfast vouchers to a quaint café down the street. Richard was in the process of phasing the program out, but gave us a complimentary breakfast voucher anyway. WHAT A GUY! Breakfast at the B&B, and we also got to check out a café down the street. Wow! We honestly don’t know what people had complained about in either situation. Café breakfast was phenomenal. B&B breakfast, was just the same. Now you may be wondering who this Scott fellow is. He is essentially your Cartier god- mother. He arranges your breakfasts, he tidies your room. He even comes to reset the breaker when your wife blows it hair drying her shoes— true story. Look. This place is amazing. The best part is that this place has you covered for those situations when you’ve “forgotten to buy the milk on the way home”. My wife and I were here for 4 days, 2 of them were raining. So I guess, my one suggestion for improvement would be to find a way to control the weather— it’s 2018, don’t we have that technology yet? I’m kidding. Really. Richard can’t control the weather, but he’s got a fine selection of umbrellas for your rainy day needs (especially useful for when you’ve forgotten). It’s like, if you come home with milk and your wife says you bought the wrong one… except there is no wrong one, because Richard has got them all. Big umbrellas, small ones. Short ones, tall ones. He might as well call his place Richards umbrella emporium. Ok. Maybe not. You should Book your stay here. Richard, and Scott thank you. 5 stars!! PS there’s wifi for all you millennials who don’t have a data plan
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled
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Mark H wrote a review Jul. 2018
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Great stay. No issues...went as planned. Nice continental breakfast at your convience. local coffe depot cafe was a great spot to get started from in the morni g. Staff friendly and courteous. Room was great! Metro was easy. Thanks for the hospitality! Mark and Joann
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled
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Kootenay Kin wrote a review Feb. 2018
Kanata, Canada1 contribution
Our little family (my husband and seven month old) decided on a short vacation to Montreal. We wanted to take the train from Ottawa but after doing a quick assessment of what we needed to take for the baby (aka, Her Majesty), we decided to take the car. Richard had staked out a free parking spot in front of our suite hours earlier (risking life and limb) so when we pulled up, he quickly moved the pylons so we could pull in - in my opinion, this in itself is worth a five star review. When we got into our suite Richard gave us a run down of the B&B and sat us down, along with a map of Montreal and a fulsome description of what to do. Scott came in during Richard's tour to drop off fresh fruit and say hello. Over the course of our four day stay, I especially appreciated Richard's quick text response to any of my Montreal related questions and Scott's attention to keeping our apartment clean, stocked and warm. The location is perfect - with a baby and given the frigid temperatures we were happy to be steps from the metro and within a stone's throw to a grocery store, great restaurants and cafes. Montreal itself is gorgeous and we were pleasantly surprised with the hospitality of this city - more then once, someone offered to help us carry the stroller up a staircase, give us a seat on the metro and everyone seemed absolutely enamoured with our baby. Naturally, we hope to return when it's a little warmer and will definitely plan on staying at Le Cartier B&B.
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Date of stay: February 2018
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Room Tip: A garden suite gave us the ability to easily move our luggage from our car to our suite
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TDot_Mel wrote a review Dec. 2017
Toronto9 contributions2 helpful votes
This was my third time staying at Le Cartier bnb, and it didn't disappoint! The location is easy to find since it's super close to the metro station (papineau). One of my other friends drove her car and was able to find free street parking. The owner did inform us that because of recent snowfall that the streets would have to be plowed and that the car had to be moved. But a close spot was found nearby. The rooms are always kept clean and feels very cozy. A new thing since I was last there in May is that we were given vouchers to redeem breakfast at a nearby cafe which was not too far away. But we still had access to the shared kitchenette if we needed it. The owner Richard is always helpful to orient us with everything and was very accommodating when another friend joined our group for accommodations. Overall, it's a cute and convenient place that I've used 3 times so far, and will continue to visit! A la proclaimed!
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Date of stay: December 2017Trip type: Travelled
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Frequently Asked Questions about B&B Le Cartier
Which popular attractions are close to B&B Le Cartier?
Nearby attractions include Complexe Sky (0.4 km), Le Stud (0.2 km), and Les Artisans d'Azure (0.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at B&B Le Cartier?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and baggage storage.
Which room amenities are available at B&B Le Cartier?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at B&B Le Cartier?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at B&B Le Cartier?
Yes, free public parking nearby and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to B&B Le Cartier?
Conveniently located restaurants include Dagon Restaurant, Lafayette Hot Dog, and Rebel Brasserie Urbaine.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at B&B Le Cartier?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and French.
Are there any historical sites close to B&B Le Cartier?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours Chapel (1.4 km), Lieu Historique National du Canal-de-Lachine (2.6 km), and Chateau Ramezay Historic Site and Museum of Montreal (1.6 km).