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Casa Bianca is managed by Jessica, General Manager.
$119 - $269/night
Suitable for 2-4 people

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Casa Bianca Marie-Anne suite - Casa Bianca, in Québec, Canada
— Sophie: “Someone once told me that Montréalers are people who know how to enjoy themselves and life. That is exactly right!”
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— In a nutshell, how would you describe Casa Bianca?

Sophie: “Casa Bianca is a Bed and Breakfast in a beautiful pearl white maison facing the Mont-Royal park, in the epicentre of Montreal’s most vibrant neighbourhoods; the Plateau, Mile-End and Downtown. It is a gorgeous space with a rich history and such character that you feel it immediately upon entering. Imagine a boutique hotel in Brooklyn but… facing Central Park.”
Casa Bianca Marie-Anne suite - Casa Bianca, in Québec, Canada
— Casa Bianca Marie-Anne suite

— Please tell us a bit about the history of the house and its architecture.

Sophie: “The Casa was built by an Italian architect a century ago which explains the terra cotta tiles making up the façade as well as the focal point in the entrance — the fountain. The Casa has been privately owned for most of her history. She was home to Montreal’s first private Jewish clinic and operated as such for quite some time, making her precious and famous among the Jewish community and locals alike.

We have chosen a minimalist and modern design which simply accentuates the elegant richness of the details and workmanship of the house itself.”
St. Laurent bathroom - Casa Bianca, in Québec, Canada
— St. Laurent bathroom

— Please tell us a bit more about the bedrooms at Casa Bianca.

Sophie: “All of our rooms at Casa Bianca are different and unique. Some of our clients have stayed in all of our rooms, depending on their mood and needs. Others only come when one in particular is available.

One of the brightest rooms is the Marie-Anne Suite. The Rachel Suite above it is more private and features a fireplace and shower while two of our other rooms have claw-foot bathtubs facing the park. One of our rooms has a pink bathroom with the biggest claw-foot bathtub, marble heated floors and a private terrace. There is something for everyone.”
 - Casa Bianca, in Québec, Canada

— What kind of facilities and amenities do you offer at Casa Bianca as part of the B&B.

Sophie: “We are a Bed and Breakfast and therefore provide both! Our breakfast is organic and made to order each morning. One can even have it in bed… On occasion our guests can enjoy home-made bread, muffins, scones and seasonal impulses created by our guest chefs. We have a vegetarian kitchen that is available for our guests to use. It is also where we host dinners, wine tasting and special events.

We are a spacious yet intimate space where one can find peace and solitude or forge new friendships over coffee in the morning. We also have a laundry service and parking available.”
Casa Bianca Rachel suite - Casa Bianca, in Québec, Canada
— Casa Bianca Rachel suite

— You mention that you care for mother earth as much as you care for your guests. What do you mean by that?

Sophie: “We care for our vacation guests and are attentive to their needs. We want them to have a great experience in this magical city. It is the same for mother nature; we care for her and want her to be taken care of. We believe that it is our responsibility to honour her the way we honour the house and our guests. We care about the details. Everything from the mattresses to the coffee we serve is fair trade or local and organic. We serve a vegetarian breakfast and use eco-friendly practices and products.”
Casa Bianca hallway - Casa Bianca, in Québec, Canada
— Casa Bianca hallway

— To you personally, what is so special about Casa Bianca?

Sophie: “Imagine a Victorian Mansion situated in the heart of Montreal’s cultural hub, all while having the tranquility and picturesque nature of facing the city’s central park.”
 - Casa Bianca, in Québec, Canada
 
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