Apartments for rent in Montreal, Canada

We know living or studying in a different country can be complicated because you have to adapt to new traditions, a new culture in an unknown city and country, however, we can assure you this will be the best experience of your life. 

We are an agency located in Montreal and our commitment is to find the right home away from your home for your stay in Canada. Our mission is to help international students have a memorable and enriching experience by offering personalized accommodation options according to their preferences. We offer different types of accommodation for individual students or groups of students coming to study at language schools, universities, high schools, coming to do internships, summer camps or any other educational program. The accommodation you choose will depend on what you’re looking for, how long you’re going to stay and what your preferences are.

For short and long term stays we recommend you the shared apartment option because you will be able to share your home with students from different parts of the world, which means you can learn or practice a new language, new traditions and even learn to cook typical dishes from your roommates’ country of origin.

Our apartments are located close to Downtown Montreal and to the main universities such as HEC Montreal, Université de Montréal, UQAM, McGill, and Concordia University and they are fully furnished.

A shared apartment is always a better option than a student residence for many reasons; for example, you will have a fully equipped kitchen with dishes, pots and pans you may use for cooking; furthermore, you will share it just with maximum 3 roommates, which means that you can keep anything you want in the fridge without worrying about having your food stolen by other people. Below we show you a comparison between a Student Residence vs MS Homestays Shared Apartment.

Student Residences VS MS Homestays

Kitchen issues

– Does not provide with dishes, pots, and pans.

– One kitchen shared by floor (10 +/- students); shared fridge = food gets stolen; shared stove = cannot cook if the kitchen is in use.


– Hotel room like.

– Private rooms are very expensive ($1300 +/-).

– Shared rooms are more affordable; however, the area of the room is typically divided by plywood, which means you can hear everything and see the light from the other side.

– No linen provided (you must buy it).

All our apartments include:



-Hot water.

-Wifi internet.

-Fully furnished (Linen and kitchenware included).

Click here to find out which apartment your preferences.

What makes us different from other housing companies?

– We completely understand that having to rent an apartment that you cannot see in person can be a difficult decision. Sometimes looking at photos of the place might not be enough. We want to put you at ease, showing you each and every corner of the place before you make your final decision and for this reason, we can show you our apartments via video call.

– Once you have booked your room, we will share with you the profile of your future roommates.

How can you book your room?

The process is really simple:

-Fill out this online questionnaire, in order to know a bit more about you.

-Receive your invoice and make your first payment.

-Receive your booking confirmation and your roommates’ profiles.

For more information visit our website:

Instagram spots en Montreal que no te puedes perder

La ciudad de Montreal es una ciudad muy fotogénica, cada lugar tiene diferentes ángulos que mostrar. Sin embargo, en este post te compartimos los spots para tomarte las mejores fotos para tu cuenta de Instagram si viajas o visitas Montreal.

  1. La Basílica de Notre-Dame de Montreal.

En varias ocasiones hemos hablado de la arquitectura gótica del Renacimiento que la Basílica de Montreal tiene que mostrar, por eso mismo es un spot ideal para tomar fotos desde el interior y exterior, las luces azules, rojas, moradas, plateadas y doradas combinadas muestran una esencia única del lugar.

  1. El mirador de Kondiaronk en Mont Royal.

Este mirador es una visita obligada para la mayoría de los viajeros o turistas que visitan esta bella ciudad. Además en Mont Royal podrás encontrar el Chalet du Mont Royal, el cual muestra pinturas que muestran la historia del lugar de 1535 a 1760.

  1. El Palacio de Congresos de Montreal.

Este lugar es muy conocido por su colorida fachada de 332 paneles de cristal de diferentes colores y 58 paneles transparentes del lado oeste del edificio. El palacio en sí no es un lugar turístico pero es increíble para tomar fotografías, además que cerca de este podrás encontrar la escultura del artista Quebequense Jean-Paul Riopelle: La Joute (“La joust”).

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Palais #mtlmoments #montreal

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  1. Plaza Jacques Cartier.

La vista al norte de la calle “Commune” con el monumento del siglo 19 de la alcaldía como fondo es un spot turístico e histórico de la ciudad que no puedes dejar atrás.

  1. La Grande Roue de Montreal.

El camino que se dirige a la gran rueda de la fortuna que se encuentra en Old Port Montreal es un spot único para tomarse fotos icónicas de tu viaje a Montreal.

  1. La calle Saint-Louis.

Esta calle es muy reconocida a nivel internacional por sus coloridas casas victorianas localizadas en el lado norte de la calle.

  1. El mercado de Jean-Talon.

La verdadera magia de visitar este lugar es internarse en el mercado y ver todos los productos locales que se ofrecen.

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Early morning at the market 🍆🍠🍅

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Esperemos que te hayan gustado nuestras recomendaciones, compártenos tus fotos y experiencias, y recuerda si buscas alojamiento en Montreal nosotros podemos ayudarte.

Montréal en Lumière

Founded by Alain Simard, Montréal en Lumière is a unique festival which makes Montréal the ultimate gourmet destination. At the very beginning, the ideas that inspired the founder were to energize Montreal during winter months and bring some warmth through festivities, lights, and magic. This year it will be held from February 21st to March 3rd.

This festival is so important for the ones who like to enjoy culinary experiences. Since the very 1st edition, some 575 renowned chefs, wine producers and speakers have taken part of it. It doesn’t matter how much your budget is, there are countless culinary activities for every budget and taste.

Also this festival offers a multitude of free outdoor activities for all, like an incredible program circuit of interactive and luminous works by Illuminart, a wild 110-meter descent in the Milk Urban Slide, free shows, food kiosks and more.

And don’t forget the most awaited night of the year: the Nuit blanche, which assembles 300,000 nighthawks to fully experience a wild urban adventure in more than 150 places throughout the city with 200 cultural activities. What are you waiting for? For more information about events and locations place visit its oficial website here.