experience the best of montreal!
Welcome to HI-Montreal - a hostel bustling with people from all over the world and located in one the most vibrant, charming and laid-back city (well, according to us!). Here are a few reasons why we think we're one of the best place to sleep in town:
We're located close to Ste-Catherine and Crescent streets, right next to Concordia University, the Museum of Fine Arts, the Bell Center and the shopping district of Montreal. Pubs, cosy cafes, trendy boutiques, crazy nightclubs, good restaurants - there's literally all you need around the corner!
For many of us, WIFI has become a basic need in our daily lives. It is thus accessible freely everywhere in the hostel.
Our homy café, located in the hostel basement, is a café at day and a bar at night. It serves breakfasts, dinners and a variety of staff-inspired drinks.
FREE daily activities.
Gabrielle, our activity coordinator, works very hard to create unique activites that will get you off-the-beaten path and give you a chance to experience Montreal like a local. Our current activity program includes: our legendary pub crawls (Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays), bike tours, walks to Mont-Royal or Old Montreal and much more!
Breakfast is now included in all stays! Toast, bagels, hard-boiled eggs, cereals, oatmeal, jam, peanut butter, juice, coffee, cereals - all that you need to get a good start for your day!
Amazing local partners.
We love our city and partner up with people who offer a wide range of all-equally-amazing activities and products. Across the years, we've worked with Igloofest, Osheaga, MUTEK, Fantasia, Fitz & Folwell Co., Guidatour and more. Check them out, ask us for more info or visit our HI Discounts page.
We're a bunch of passionate people who love to travel and meet new people. We also love our job - because it's probably one of the best in the whole entire world. Here's a brief presentation of each of US.
Bike around Montreal.
We now rent bikes! Montréal is coverd with bike paths. What better way is there to explore the city? Also, you can cover way more on a bike than by foot. Available until November, or until the weather allows it.