montréal: a festival day and night

Independent cafes, one-of-a-kind bars, a mountain in the middle and festivals year-round. Montréal is always amazing, uplifting and tons of fun.

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Welcome to the Saintlo Montréal youth hostel

Welcome to your home away from home with cute red awnings: our hostel in the heart of downtown. We serve up free breakfast every morning in our cozy café that transforms into a bar at night. Digital nomads can enjoy our super well-designed coworking spaces. We also organize activities like pub crawls so you can get social.

We’re a hop away from the metro, stores and shops, Concordia University, daring art exhibitions, the Musée des Beaux-arts and a 14-km path along the Lachine Canal. When you stay with us, you enjoy the city like a real local. You may have already heard of us under a previous name: HI Montréal.

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Rooms and beds

Shared rooms

10 beds

Single bed with complete shared bathroom in a room with ten beds. Includes linen, towels, individual lockers (locks for rent) and access to electric outlets.

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6 beds

Single bed with complete shared bathroom in a room with six beds. Includes linen, towels, individual lockers (locks for rent) and access to electric outlets. Choose between a co-ed or women-only room.

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4 beds

Single bed with complete shared bathroom in a room with four beds. Includes linen, towels, individual lockers (locks for rent) and access to electric outlets. Choose between a co-ed or women-only room.

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Private rooms

just for you

Single bed with private bathroom. Includes linen, towels, lockers (locks for rent) and access to electric outlets.

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for two

Double bed with private bathroom. The double room comes with a TV and includes linen, lockers (locks for rent), towels and access to electric outlets.

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a large bed for you or to share

Two beds in a room with private bathroom. Includes linen, lockers (locks for rent), towels and access to electric outlets.

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for three

A double bed and a bed in a room with private bathroom. Comes with a TV and includes linen, towels, lockers (locks for rent) and access to electric outlets. Though it’s called a family room, you just need to feel like a family to stay.

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We’ve got room for your group

We’re one of the biggest hostels in the city! Our 27 private and 23 shared rooms host up to 200 people, and the communal areas are warm and social. Plus, we offer plenty of awesome, free activities like pub crawls and bike tours. The perfect place for your crew. Sounds good? Get in touch with our group manager.

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Through innovative solutions and partnerships, we want to make Saintlo an influential actor in how to green transition and an example of sustainability for other establishments in the same sector.

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Affordable activities in the hood

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Piknic Electronik

Located in an urban park just 10 minutes from downtown Montréal, the festival brings together thousands of electronic music enthusiasts every Sunday from May to September. Be sure to book the Piknic Electronik special at Auberge Saintlo Montréal and save 10% on your stay!

Piknic crowd

Mark the end of Montreal's summer

The new Palomosa festival offer a varied musical palette, featuring notes of pop, rock, R&B, Latin, and electronic music. Be sure to book the Palomosa special at Auberge Saintlo Montréal and save 10% on your stay!

The big wheel

Explore a secret park

Encircled by the river, Dieppe Park gives you an unobstructed view of the Old Port and the Saint Lawrence. This hideaway is located at the end of the Cité du Havre peninsula. The perfect place to chill at the end of the day

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Bike tour, public market and picnic

Tour the bike path that runs for over 14 km along the Lachine Canal. Explore this neighbourhood where nature goes hand in hand with quaint old industrial buildings. On your way, you’ll come across art galleries, restaurants, bars and the famous Atwater Market where you can shop local to your heart’s content. Once you’ve filled your bags, take a snack break along the water then come back to the hostel to cook up something fresh.

For street art fans

Boulevard Saint-Laurent and its neighbouring streets are true open-sky museums. You can check out murals on practically every street corner. Photo opps galore! If you’re here during the MURAL Festival, you’ll have the chance to catch the artists in action and experience the vibe on the Main at its best.

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