Great apartment in a fun part of Montreal: Many exotic foods and shopping: Eduardo’s place has everything needed and in a prime spot
Good room environment, easy parking, price-worthy choice
The property is superb. Beyond expectations. I recommend it to everyone. I will stay here again.
The was a great place to stay while we explored the city for a weekend. The neighborhood was nice and convenient to coffee, convenience stores, and the metro. To get downtown was a short uber ride, maybe ten minutes. The owner, Simon, was helpful and responsive from the first interaction. Would absolutely ...
We were put on the second floor and there are no elevators and it was difficult to get our bags up and down. The dokr jams are a foot off the hall ramp and the rug on the outdoor ramp was in bad shape and we tripped on one section. On our first night we were kept awake by someone getting frisky all ...
Dan is a nice guy, always available and the place was very inexpensive. Unfortunately, you get what you pay for. There were a variety of issues with the apartment. The photos of the apartment had been staged: many pieces of furniture and the cleanliness advertised were not accurate. The shower is ...
Concordia University Loyola Campus is located in a vibrant area of Montreal known for its stunning architecture and popular art scene. The neighborhood is home to 29 hotels and other accommodations, so you can find something that works for your stay.
You can choose from 5 hotels and accommodations within a mile of Concordia University Loyola Campus, including these options:
While you're in town visiting Concordia University Loyola Campus, you can explore the sights within a couple miles of the area.
You'll want to browse the collections at Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal Holocaust Museum, and Lachine Museum. Saint Joseph's Oratory, Phillips Square, and Moulin Fleming Windmill are monuments to see when you're exploring the area around Concordia University Loyola Campus. You can check out the local talent at Place des Arts, Outremont Theatre, and Pollack Concert Hall.
University of Montreal and Bell Centre are both worth a visit while you're checking out the area. You might also stop by McGill University, located 4.6 mi (7.4 km) from Concordia University Loyola Campus, or The Underground City which is 4.7 mi (7.5 km) away.
With so many choices for transportation, seeing the area around Concordia University Loyola Campus is easy. You can access metro transit at Snowdon Station, Villa Maria Station, and Cote Sainte Catherine Station. If you'd like to explore more of the area, jump aboard a train from Montreal Vendome Station, Montreal Canora Station, or Montreal West Station.
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