Our B&B, located on a small and quiet street in the heart of Montreal and of its cultural activities, offers you the plush comfort of a friendly home, where our attention to small details will make yours a memorable stay: Wifi, Kitchen area, two livings. Near the bus terminal/Metro Station Berri-UQAM, there is no need to use your car. A few minutes walk will bring you to the main tourist attractions: the Old Port, the Plateau Mont-Royal, the museums, shopping, restaurants, bars. If you are looking for tranquility, attention and discretion, this is the place for you.
A large air-conditioning suite room, with Cabled T.V./WIFI, separate in 2 sections by French doors: king size bed in one section & private living with a comfortable double hide-bed and bathroom with shower in the other. Then can accommodate a couple or a family. The balcony of this room has a nice view on your quite street; perfect for a drink at the end of the day.
Nightly Rate: $130 - $150
This Unity 54 is a 2 air-conditioning rooms contiguous, located on an independent floor and sharing, in exclusivity, the bathroom of this level... Saltimbanque, a charming triple room (Queen bed and a single one in the boudoir corner, cabled plasma TV) and in Gypsy, a pretty little double room.
Nightly Rate: $160 - $230
4.4 on December 08, 2013
Admittedly, we travelled to Montreal from Florida with few plans. A Canadian friend told us that we should be sure to visit Mount Royal and to eat at Schwartz’. That is all of the direct input we had. Thank goodness for the guidance of our Au GitAnn B & B innkeeper, Anne Messier. When we first arrived she discussed our stay with us, in general what to see, use of public transportation, and gave us some pointers as to where to eat nearby and a few other hints. Each morning after breakfast Anne helped us to plan our day, given the weather and timing, what would be good to see at what approximate times (e.g. arriving at the Botanical Garden at about 5 PM) and the best route to get there using public transport. The B & B itself is well located. It is near public transportation and a pleasant walk to the Old City and Port. We had a great time in Montreal thanks to the knowledge and interest of Anne Messier.
4.6 on July 04, 2010
As soon as I heard that the Canadian Grand Prix would be run again in 2010 (it was NOT run in 2009) I searched for a place to stay in Montreal. I have attended the GP for years, but this year my friends had retired and moved away. I wanted something convenient to both the Metro and restaurants. Augitann is ideal! Anne is charming, a sparkling personality! My room was comfortable, clean, and very quiet. The Metro is a three minute walk, and the Berri-Uqam station is only one stop away from the race track! Plus, there's a Dunkin' Donuts in the station! Augitann is about two blocks from St. Denis, which is absolutely crowded with any and all restaurant choices one could ever imagine! It's a vibrant street, lots of young people, music, and fun. The Augitann does not offer breakfast (it's just a B), but it offers everything else. There's even a computer where guests can check their e-mail. Highly recommended! I've already asked to reserve my room for next year's Grand Prix weekend.
4.8 on July 03, 2009
Anne was too great to us and made our stay better than I ever expected. The house is located in a great spot and the house is great! I will stay here again and recommend this place to anyone that wants a great, relaxing, and delicious place to stay!
3.6 on August 23, 2008
Very friendly and helpful hostess. Breakfasts were varied and all excellent. Location was convenient yet out of the main tourist area so there was a nice neighborhood feel.
4.2 on June 02, 2008
i was in montreal from may 28th - june 3rd for business and a lil pleasure time. i went with au git'ann after i did a thorough search on bnb.com for a inexpensive and conveninetly located bnb. i am so glad i went with au git'ann. not only is it centrally located and less than a 5 min walk to berri-uqam station but its close to everything. my room was the crespscule room. a tiny lil room which was clean, comfy and felt like a lil nest. i had to share a bathroom with another guest - but luckily only twice during my 6 day stay. the bathroom was clean, powerful hot shower afterall a long day of walking and just nice. the inn keeper anne was friendly, hospitable and outgoing. she gave you the space you needed but was also there if you ever needed anything. the big bonus for me was that i opted to not go for the breakfasts duting my stay. which worked out FANTASTIC! often times i find bnb's don't have what you want and you end up eating foods that don't fill you up or make you feel good. i don't know about the breakfasts here at au git'ann - i am just speaking generally. instead i just went down to the local grocer and boiught groceries and kept them in the upstairs kitchenette fridge. i was in there often making cups of tea and my meals for the day. there was even internet access which was nice and convenient. the only thing i wished for was that my room had a tv..but then again it was nice to have a break and know i can survive without a tv when i am on holiday. ;)
4.6 on April 30, 2008
Clean, quiet, delicious breakfasts, and most of all, delightful innkeeper company! One of the most charming and restful B&B we had the chance to visit in Montreal.
Montreal, PQ, Canada (YUL-Dorval) 10 miles
Only five minutes walk from the Berri-UQAM metro station and the bus 747 terminal from the airport. From USA: Hwy 15 becomes Hwy 132, exit Jacques-Cartier Bridge. At the end of the bridge, take the first right exit to DeMaisonneuve Blv.and make a right turn on it...drive untill you arrived at St-Christophe Street(around 1km)and make a right turn.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Museum, Nature area, Night life, Near Metro Station Berri-UQAM, All Festivals of Montreal, F1 place, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, University, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast, Urban Inn, Homestay
Board games, Computer, Telephone
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Desk, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Billiards, Cross-country ski trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming pool, Tennis courts
Anne is active and passionate about the theater, literature, sports and traveling. I'm also well informed what and where to go in Montreal...and the rest of Quebec.