You are responsible for your own meals, accommodations and travel arrangements.

Where should I sleep

There are many hotels in the Montréal area which are only a Google search away. We’d suggest securing accommodation sooner rather than later to avoid disappointment.

The studio host has recommended Trylon Apartment as a good spot for accommodation nearby.

Airbnb and VRB are also good resources for finding affordable housing.

Getting around in Montréal


There is limited parking available near the studio. We recommend travelling by public transportation, taxi or Uber.


Public transport, taxi and Uber are convenient ways to get around Montréal. The Metro is quite extensive and connects the downtown core very well. The closest stations to the workshop space are Frontenac and Papineau.

From the airport to central Montréal either Uber, Taxi or Bus are convenient ways to travel.



What’s there to do in Montréal


The best suggestion for sightseeing in Montréal is to Google it, and see what pulls your attention and interest. We included a few things that caught our eye below.

  • Mount Royal – Montréal’s version of Central Park. A mountain park right in the heart of the city. Lots of walking trails, amazing views of the city and a great place to spend an afternoon.
  • Old Montréal – A historic neighborhood full of character and beauty.
  • Notre-Dame Basilica – A historic church known for its intricately designed interior, chronicling the history of the city.
  • Time Out Market – Right in the heart of downtown, it’s a hotspot for foodies and culture lovers alike. It combines top restaurants, bars and cultural experiences all under one roof.
  • Mile End – An artsy neighbourhood filled with great cafes and shops.
  • Underground City – An extensive web of train stations, restaurants, department stores and hotels all connected underground in the downtown core.
  • La Ronde – Montréal’s massive 6 flags amusement park, located on an island right on the water just east of the Old Port.


Montréal is full of great restaurants and has a wide array of eateries to service your palate. Some of the more well known foodie neighborhoods include Plateau Mont-Royal (we’ve heard Mon Petit Poulet, Patati Patata, Buvette Chez Simon are great places), Old Montréal, and Outremont. Also feel free to try the famous Montréal-style bagel at St-Viateur Bagel or Fairmount Bagel.