Casa Bianca

Courtesy Casa Bianca
Plateau

If you tend to gravitate toward the Plateau when visiting Montreal, book a room at Casa Bianca, the neighborhood’s sole accommodation of note. This stylish bed and breakfast is nestled on a picturesque residential street facing Mount Royal Park. The landmark French Renaissance residence retains its original flourishes, with restored architectural moldings, wainscoting and hardwood floors. The rooms are furnished with an appealing mix of vintage Danish and newer modern pieces, and the palette is a crisp white. A stay at Casa Bianca includes a worthwhile organic breakfast, and the option of a private in-room session with a local instructor. (Rooms, from $150)

Casa Bianca
4351 Esplanade Ave.Montreal, Canada
514-312-3837

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