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Need to store your bags while visiting Montreal? Whether you’ve just landed into Pierre Elliot Trudeau Airport or just checked out of your Airbnb – you probably asked yourself “Where can I store my luggage near me?”. There is so much to do in this wonderful city – you’ll definitely want to be hands-free!
Worry not, from luggage lockers to manned left luggage offices, we have made a list of all luggage storage options available in Montreal, keep reading for more info and tips.
Stasher is a network of hundreds of local hotels and businesses (called StashPoints) that offer secure, convenient and affordable luggage storage spaces, with no size restrictions.
Your peace of mind is our top priority, so every item you store is fully insured, and all businesses are required to uphold high-security standards before joining our network.
It’s only $6 per day, and $6 for any additional day!
Our StashPoints are located near all the city’s points of interest and lively neighbourhoods like the Chinatown, Old Montreal and the Quartier des Spectacles.
Whether you are planning to hike up Mont Royal, discover the most instagrammable places in Montreal, or experience the excellent cuisine in ChinaTown, Stasher has a convenient location nearby where you can store your luggage so you are free to explore. You can also read our comprehensive guide about things to do in Montreal!
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We understand your need for flexibility, that is why most locations are open 24/7 or until late. However, we recommend double-checking before making a booking.
The 24/7 opening hours mean that even if you are getting a late night flight or middle of the night bus, you can leave your luggage until right when you have to depart.
You can easily find luggage storage in Montreal with Stasher!
In less than three minutes, you’ve made your day simpler, and you are now ready to explore all that Montreal has to offer!
VIA Rail is the Central Station in Montreal that connects to Amtrak services from the city. There are cloakrooms available for train passengers with a ticket confirming departure on the same day. You cannot leave any baggage in the cloakroom once your trip is completed or overnight, except for bikes. Their operating hours are from 5:15 am to 7:45 pm on weekdays.
The storage services are free for anyone with a business/ prestige class ticket. However, for economy class, there may be a $6 fee. The station covers liability of damaged bags left in the cloakroom up to the actual value with a maximum of $25.
The Place-des-Arts metro station is located in the Ville-Marie borough of Montreal and serves the green line. This station accepts payment through cash, e-transfer, and Paypal for luggage storage in downtown Montreal. Prices are $6.99 per item per day. You will be charged an extra $2.99 per item for luggage larger than 23kg.
Montreal's bus central station, also known as Gare d'autocars de Montreal, is the main departure and arrival point for most of the inter-city buses. The terminal serves nearly 300 buses per day and the station connects to the Berri–UQAM station of the Montreal Metro system.
The station has lockers and a baggage room where you can store your luggage. To rent the lockers, you must provide proof of travel on a bus service through Gare d'autocars de Montréal. Lockers are $6 for 24 hours and have the following dimensions:
If you have luggage larger than the locker dimensions, you can store them in the baggage room. The baggage room is $12 per 24 hours and an additional $12 hours per day for each piece of luggage.
Montréal–Trudeau International Airport is the main airport in Montreal for international flights. The city is also served by the Montréal Mirabel airport for local vacation destinations and cargo.
Due to security reasons, there are no lockers for luggage storage at the Montréal–Trudeau International Airport. However, a baggage and coat check room is available near the domestic departures area. The cloakroom is in the public area by the Subway and Tim Hortons. It is open 24 hours a day and charges the following rates per day for luggage:
Besides luggage, you can also store:
A complete list of their storage fees and what is allowed can be found here.
When searching for luggage storage, downtown Montreal does have some options at the attractions you may be heading to. To be sure the service is available on the day you are visiting, you might want to call ahead to double check and confirm their bag policy. Below is some information on attractions in Montreal with storage options.
One of the biggest shopping destinations in Montreal, the Eaton Centre features eateries, well-known brands, and more. They have self-service luggage lockers in the food court on the Tunnel level. You can operate the lockers for a fee of $1.
The largest art museum in Canada based on gallery space, the Fine Arts Museum features all disciplines, including visual arts, science, and history. You are allowed to bring medium-sized bags, boots, and coats into the museum. However, they advise against bringing packs or large bags. The museum has unlocked self-service lockers available for storage. They also have a cloakroom on site but you have to double-check if it is open on the day of your visit.
A public research and teaching museum, the McCord Museum celebrates the history of the city. You can find collections of decorative art, costumes, aboriginal objects, prints, and paintings. The museum has self-service lockers and a coat room available for visitors. However, space is limited.
In the heart of Old Montreal, the Pointe-à-Callière Museum is a museum of history and archaeology. They also feature workshops such as a simulated archaeological dig. The museum has lockers for luggage storage for $1. In the Éperon Building, there is also a self-service cloakroom in the Mariner's House basement.
As the largest city in the province of Québec, Montreal is a well-known cultural, cosmopolitan hub with plenty of attractions and opportunities for entertainment. From historic architecture and delicious food to dynamic festivals and a vibrant art scene, there is something to explore for every visitor. Besides the attractions previously listed, here are some more things to do in Montreal.
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Rue Saint Denis Cafe, located in Montreal Mile End and perfectly located if you’re planning a climb up Mount Royal. Opening hours are 10am - 8pm, 7 days a week. Head here for more info.
CA$8.00 per day, and CA$7.00 for any additional day.
Rue Saint Denis Cafe, located in Montreal Mile End and perfectly located if you’re planning a climb up Mount Royal. Opening hours are 10am - 8pm, 7 days a week. Head here for more info. Costs CA$8.00 per day, and CA$7.00 for any additional day.
Berri-UQAM Station Hotel, conveniently located near the metro station and Montreal Old Port. Open 24/7, 7 days a week. Costs CA$8.00 per day, and CA$7.00 for any additional day.
There are some alternative luggage storage options around Montreal, but they are quite limited.
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).
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 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.