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Luggage storage Montreal

Luggage storage Montreal

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Where can I store my luggage in Montreal?

How it works

The convenient alternative to lockers

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Our guide to luggage storage in Montreal

5.0/5.0

Easy to book online at short notice, and a good price. The location was easy to find, very central and the service in the shop was lovely. Luggage was kept safe and it all felt completely secure so I’d definitely use Stasher again.

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Alternative luggage storage options

There are some alternative luggage storage options around Montreal, but they are quite limited.

Montreal Central Station Luggage Storage

There are no lockers available in Montreal Central Station since 1984. However, there is a baggage room available if you have a ticker for an upcoming travel.
Bear in mind that the train station does not offer luggage storage facilities unless you have à valid train ticket for that day!


Montreal-Pierre- Elliott Trudeau International Airport

If you’re in Montreal for short layover and want to head into town, Montreal International Aiport has a luggage storage facility located in the Arrivals area, next to security. No left-luggage lockers are available because of security concerns.


Gare d’autocars de Montreal Luggage Storage

Montreal bus station has s baggage room with lockers for rent. Please note that the use of the lockers is reserved for clients with a valid proof of travel, (an outbound ticket or a receipt of an arriving ticket).

Montreal Port luggage storage

There is a luggage storage facility available at the Montreal port. Similarly to the train station, you need to have booked a ticket in order to use the services.

Montreal Area Guide

Montreal was originally called Ville-Marie or “City of Mary”, and its heart beats to the triple peaks of Mount Royal, from which Montreal takes its present-day name.

Montreal is one of Canada’s most culturally diverse cities, with a predominantly French-speaking population and a history that is still visible throughout the Old Town’s cobbled streets.


Surrounded by small islands, there are more than 50 historic Canadian national sites found within its borders. Canada’s cultural capital hosts the world-famous Montreal Jazz and Just for Laughs festivals, and is also noted for its many churches, which have inspired the likes of famed writer Mark Twain.

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