- 32 private rooms for one to three guests
- Shared bathrooms and showers
- Fully-equipped communal kitchen
- Free Wi-Fi throughout the hostel
- Computer room
- 24-hour reception
- Bilingual staff
- Luggage storage room
- Wheelchair accessible facilities (please inform reception of your needs when booking)
- Service and rehabilitation dogs welcome
- Safety deposit boxes available at reception
- Cleaning service
- Coin-op laundry
- Vending machines
- Lounge with TV
- Meeting Rooms($)
A café-style restaurant serving breakfast and lunch on the ground floor.
Monday to Friday: 7 a.m.–3 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: 8 a.m.–1 p.m.
Phone: 514 313-1253
Fringues boutique thrift-store
By shopping at our Fringues Thrift-Boutique you’ll be nabbing some amazing bargains and supporting the young women in our work integration programs.
Guests of the Montreal Y Hotel enjoy a 10% discount at the boutique, located on the ground floor.
Monday to Wednesday: 10 a.m.–6 p.m.
Thursday to Friday: 12 p.m.–8 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: Closed
Phone: 514 866-9941, ext. 515
Near the Hotel
The hostel is just north of the Lucien-L’Allier metro station (orange line) and a five-minute walk from both the Peel and Guy-Concordia metro stations (green line).
Maps: Montreal metro system Lucien-L’Allier station Peel station Guy-Concordia station
You’ll also find a self-service BIXI bicycle station on the corner of Crescent Street and René-Lévesque Boulevard, right next to the Auberge YWCA.
Montreal’s network of bicycle paths (in French only)
What’s more, the hostel is very close to Montreal’s central train station.
You’ll find a number of pay parking options in the vicinity of the Auberge YWCA.
Our hostel is ideally located on the corner of Crescent Street, just a hop away from Sainte-Catherine Street. You’ll be spoiled for choice with a multitude of restaurants offering a wide variety of foods and specialty items just outside your door. www.restomontreal.ca
Prefer to eat in? Whip up your own meal at the hostel in our fully equipped kitchen—you’ll find everything you need at the local grocery stores.
Downtown grocery stores
There are several drugstores in the neighbourhood.
To find post offices in the area, visit Canada Post.