5 on May 11, 2015
We stayed two nights and had two rooms at La petite Bourgeoise while visiting a sick family member. Joanne was gracious and outgoing with information and requests. The rooms were clean and it was quiet. The breakfast was unbelieveable with something for everyone. A firm 10 for sure, Merci Joanne! Donna, Bert, Sarah Reid.
5 on August 31, 2012
Un de mes coups de coeur lorsque je séjourne à Montréal est définitivement le gite "La petite Bourgeoise". Madame Villeneuve, la propriétaire, est attentionnée, douce et à l'écoute des besoins et préférences de ses clients. Sa maison est chaleureuse, très propre et tranquille. Cela vaut vraiment le détour. Merci Johanne!
4.6 on April 13, 2012
On two different business visits to Montreal, I have enjoyed this B&B very much. Situated on a mature and quiet street near to main access routes to downtown Montreal, this address is very commendable. With a savvy mix of modern design and comfort in an old brick and stone bourgeois house setting, La Petite Bourgeoise B&B is a very nice place to have a comfortable night’s sleep as well as an elaborate and excellent breakfast. It is now my place to stay when I have business in south-west Montreal.
5 on March 22, 2012
As you can see from the photos, the rooms are modern and tastefully decorated. Our host was very pleasant, helpful, and kind. The food was absolutely wonderful... I could not believe how delicious everything tasted. And the quantity was enough to satisfy even my husband!!
5 on August 11, 2011
If you're not used to Montreal and the area, and would judge the buildings from the outside, you're completely wrong. This B&B was a total surprise! Amazingly clean, decorated with lots of good taste and very chic, and Johanne welcomes her guests with a huge smile! I felt like home the second we got there. Everything is top notch, state-of-the-art, spacious, I do not have enough words to describe the atmosphere at Petite Bourgeoise! And the breakfast is so varied and beautifully presented, that it makes having breakfast extremely enjoyable! I felt like I was visiting family that I hadn't seen in a while. Totally recommend!
5 on December 21, 2010
Accueil formidable , chambre confortable et très bien aménagée , à vingt minutes du centre de Montréal . Petits dejs maisons pour ceux qui aiment la "cocotte"...Bref , que du bonheur...allez -y !!!
5 on November 21, 2010
My husband and I went to Montreal for a couple of nights in October and stayed at La Petite Bourgeoise. The B&B is located in a nice little neighborhood very close to a wonderful park and the owner is fantastic! She really thought of every little detail and the place is very clean. The breakfast is wonderful and the owner even brought us home Macaroons when she discovered we liked them so much! I would absolutely stay here again the next time I go to Montreal and I would recommend it to anyone!
5 on October 26, 2010
It is hard to fault La Petite. It has recently opened, so more reviews should be forthcoming. Johanne has created a warm, cheerful, beautiful environment, full of personal design touches. Rooms are large and well appointed; quiet, very comfortable and welcoming. Note: just 2 modern, immaculate bathrooms are shared between 3 guest rooms. La Petite is spotless everywhere. Johanne, is the most warm and helpful innkeeper ever. She knows a LOT about Montreal. Breakfast? She doesn't disappoint here either. It was wonderful. The Verdun location may be an plus or minus It's a quiet, working-class area near the SW terminus of the Metro line. "La Petite" is 7 blocks from the Metro station. We walked it, but a bus also runs to the station. We also drove our car to the Metro and parked on the street. Once on the Metro, you can be anywhere in Montreal within 15 minutes. Verdun, although located on the outskirts of town, has some advantages as well. Just two blocks from La Petite is the St. Lawrence River, which has a beautiful park and bicycle/walking/jogging trail along its length. In good weather, cyclists can get on the bike path and take a beautiful riverside ride all the way up to Montreal city, the Old Town, etc. Another unexpected benefit awaits salsa dancers! Verdun has an outdoor dance floor / pavillion which hosts nightly music and salsa dancing throughout the summer...right near the river! Dancers come from far and wide. Johanne is a passionate salsa dancer, and wants to promote her B+B to other salsa dancers. She knows the Montreal city salsa scene, and is hoping to accompany small dance groups to the various clubs. If I lived in the northeast, I'd get a group of 6 dancers up there for a great week of dancing! Call Johanne and ask her about it. In summary, this place is a real gem. We loved staying there, and Johanne made it all the more welcoming. Give it a try.
4.6 on July 06, 2010
This 3-room B&B, with 2 shared bathrooms, in Verdun area (in Montreal) is filled with charm. The whole place is very clean and well kept. Artworks adorn the walls inside the rooms and throughout the building. It is modern, classy, and homey--a lovely lodging. The warm and friendly innkeeper, Johanne, is fantastic. She put out a generous spread of breakfast items (she cooks too!) for her guests. I had the pleasure to savor baked goods, fruit salad, creton, pate, baked eggs, quiche, fruits, yogurt, coffee, tea, juices, smoothies, etc. Johanne, who is fluent in both French and English, is also very knowledgeable of the area and the city. The nearest Metro Station, Verdun on the orange line, is 15-20 minutes walk from the B&B. The closest bus stop is just a few steps away from the B&B. The bus makes a stop at the Metro Station.