Top rated hostel offering accommodation in a dormitory in exchange for general help in a vibrant Montreal hostel.
Help in the house
Helping with Tourists
We are looking for people to help out during morning and evenings, and for our daily activities!
We offer Karaoke nights, foosball/pool tournaments, french improv, comedy nights and live music to all our guests.
Volunteers help facilitate activities in morning or evening shifts, and ensure all guests and volunteers have the best possible experience.
All our volunteers will have free breakfast everyday, free access to our laundry facilities, staff price at the bar, entry to hostel events and the chance to be living in a backpacker atmosphere with fun daily activities in the beautiful city of Montreal.
We ask our work exchange to stay for a minimum of 1 month, which can be extended if all is going well.
Please do talk to us if you have any more questions! :)
Things to see:
**Old Montréal contains the vast majority of historical buildings, most dating from the 17th - 19th century, and many museums. At night several of the buildings are beautifully lit up so consider taking a look both during the day AND at night!
**Le Plateau combines scenic residential streets with hip shopping and dining! A beautiful area that captures the hearts of many in Montreal.
**Climb Mont Royal! A mount located in the heart of Montreal is an amazing green space with a beautiful city view at the top!
**A booming downtown with Skyscrapers, McGill University, Churches, and Museums! Also check out our 30 km underground city of arcades and malls, allowing comfortable walking and shopping when the weather is foul.
**Parc Jean-Drapeau, site of the 1967 World's Fair, now devoted to green spaces, a large outdoor concert venue, the Gilles Villeneuve racing circuit, home of the Montreal Formula 1 Grand Prix, an artificial beach, a huge outdoor pool complex, and the Montreal Casino!
**Check out Olympic Stadium, alongside the Insectarium, Jardin Botanique, and Biodôme : )
**Montreal is renowned for its beautiful street art. Wander along Saint Laurent Boulevard between Sherbrooke and Laurier metros to catch glimpses of some of these impressive murals. You can also use Graffmap on your smartphone to help discover murals beyond Saint Laurent Boulevard while at the same time exploring new areas of the city.
Enjoy the beautiful Parks and Laissez-faire atmosphere of Montrealers! À bientôt!
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
More than two
You will get to discover one of the oldest and most beautiful city in Canada. Montreal is home to people from all over the world and our hostel is a preview of that atmosphere.
We encourage our volunteers to to teach and learn from guests as much as possible as we believe that we will always be stronger as a community.
20-25 hrs a week