7 Private Pools You & Your Friends Can Rent Around Montreal For Less Than $60/Hour

You can have up to 20 people at some of these backyard pools!

Staff Writer
7 Private Pools In Montreal To Rent For Less Than $60/Hour

If you've been dreaming of finding a way to survive in this sweltering heat, a rental app allows you to ditch your air conditioning and rent a private pool in Montreal to help you cool down.

For less than US$50 an hour (about $63), Swimply will let you book these seven pools in and around Montreal to be able to enjoy the outdoors in hot weather.

Please note that there are varying terms and restrictions for both guests and hosts for everyone's safety.

Ahuntsic, Montreal

Swimply

Price: US$20/hour

Capacity: Up to 4 people

Features: This heated saltwater pool is 3 to 7 feet deep and you can bring your pet. No alcohol or parties are allowed, but you do have access to towels, Wi-Fi and even a BBQ.

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Saint-Phillipe

Swimply

Price: US$22.50/hour

Capacity: Up to eight people

Features: This saltwater pool is heated and you have access to Wi-Fi as well as two lounge chairs and three parking spaces. To use a towel, you will be charged $5 and to use the BBQ, $10. Pets and parties are not permitted.

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Longueuil

Swimply

Price: US$30.40/hour

Capacity: Up to six people

Features: This five-star saltwater pool also comes with Wi-Fi access and there are speakers. It's 33 feet tall and out of sight. Pets and parties are not allowed.

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Boisbriand

Swimply

Price: US$36/hour

Capacity: Up to 20 people

Features: This is a large 20-foot-long chlorine pool that can accommodate your entire gang. The pool is maintained at 84 F and the hot tub is at 98 F. Kids and pets are welcome and pool accessories are even provided.

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Boucherville

Swimply

Price: US$40/hour

Capacity: Up to seven people

Features: You can bring your pet to this chlorine pool. Two lounge chairs, a coffee table, a patio table with several chairs, and a BBQ are available if you decide to reserve this one. There is also a chicken coop in the yard lined with cedar hedges.

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Boucherville

Swimply

Price: US$40.50/hour

Capacity: Up to eight people

Features: This in-ground saltwater pool offers free Wi-Fi, BBQ, towels and water toys to those who make a reservation. A trampoline, swings for kids and several chairs are also available.

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Sainte-Catherine

Swimply

Price: US$45/hour

Capacity: Up to 15 people

Features: This heated saltwater pool is nearly 32 feet long and you'll have access to 11 lounge chairs if you decide to reserve it. A hot tub is available, but for an additional cost of US$45 per hour. Pets, alcohol and parties are not allowed.

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These prices and terms of use are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.

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