May 23, 2013— It’s the little things that count when you’re on vacation, you know, the extra pampering, cozy rooms, yummy breakfasts served late, and the sense that you’re really in another world discovering something different. All of this happens at Atmosphère, a charming three-room B&B located in the Village, just minutes from Old Montréal and downtown.
While the term B&B usually brings to mind the pastoral and bucolic, Atmosphère succeeds in keeping the ambiance relaxed in a setting that is modern, urban, and stylish. In fact, the whole feel is very on-trend and very Montréal with gourmet breakfasts concocted from the freshest local products. Meanwhile, the property’s owners annually display the works of an emerging Québec artist. And, since the whole environment is smoke-free, guests get the total package of great food, great art, and great air!
Though quite young (it opened in 2007), Atmosphère’s commitment to excellence has been paying off quite nicely. In 2008 and 2009, it was voted “Best B&B in Canada” on BedandBreakfast.com, the leading online bed and breakfast directory and reservation network worldwide, where tens of thousands of reviews are independently posted by inn-goers. Locally, this little luxury spot has also proven to be a favourite, scooping up the Grand Prix du tourisme québécois Gold award in 2009, as well as the Silver award in 2012.
This sweet little B&B confirms the old adage, “Good things come in small packages.”