Spend the summer with US!
One-bedroom leases for $2,275/month.
Are you looking for a monthly rental in Ottawa this summer? Our one-bedroom suite is designed for students and young professionals looking to discover the best of Little Italy and meet like-minded people within a friendly community. This suite enables you to work from home with a desk and chair, two closets and your private bathroom. Your fully furnished suite will come with modern, stylish and comfortable furniture and the added convenience of in-suite laundry and a dishwasher. The kitchen is fully equipped for your extended stay needs. The amenity spaces will give you more room to work, rest or play! Monthly leases provide access to our Lifestyle calendar, including fun activities and events.
Home to Canada’s Parliament and a bustling atmosphere, Ottawa is a big city with small-town charm. Ideal for students and up-and-coming young professionals, there is always something to do and somewhere to be. Dotted with parks and natural landscapes to enjoy the world around you, the museums and art galleries are sure to draw you in and flourish your sense of wow. Find your favourite shop and restaurant, sure to impress your friends and family, and enjoy a beautiful, sports-filled city along with all the nightlife it has to offer.
National Art Gallery
The Gallery has a large and varied collection of paintings, drawings, sculpture and photographs. Although its focus is on Canadian art, it holds works by many noted American and European artists, notably some of Andy Warhol's most famous works, Barnett Newman's Voice of Fire, and a sculpture of a giant spider, Louise Bourgeois's Maman.
Did you know that Ottawa is home to the largest naturally frozen skating rink in the world, as designated by Guinness World Records? It's true! Each year, from roughly January to late February or early March, the scenic Rideau Canal - Ontario's only UNESCO World Heritage Site - freezes and welcomes nearly one million visitors for winter fun.
Ottawa has an enormous amount of history and culture, and our museums are world-renowned. You will leave awe-struck by the power and beauty of our planet at The Museum of Nature, or you can discover the Nation's culture and history at The Museum of History, or honour the sacrifices of those who have served our country at The Canadian War Museum.
Parliament of Canada
Parliament Hill, known as The Hill, is an area of Crown land on the southern banks of the Ottawa River in downtown Ottawa. Its Gothic revival suite of buildings is the home of the Parliament of Canada and has architectural elements of national symbolic importance. Parliament Hill attracts approximately 3 million visitors each year.
Gatineau Park, the Capital's conservation and outdoor recreation park, is just 15 minutes from downtown Ottawa-Gatineau. Year-round, enjoy a range of activities -swimming, hiking, biking, camping, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing - as well as heritage sites and nature interpretation. One of the few places in Quebec with such rich biodiversity, the Park is a sanctuary for more than 100 species of plants and animals at risk.
National Arts Centre
Experience the best in music, theatre and dance. The National Arts Centre collaborates with artists and arts organizations across Canada to help create a national stage for the performing arts, and acts as a catalyst for performance, creation and learning across the country.
Byward Market (Downtown)
Unique eclectic shops, boutiques and restaurants offer something for everyone. Experience the small neighbourhood feel in secluded courtyards or find high quality, trend setting products on our bustling streets. Unique shops, restaurants and nightclubs surround a thriving outdoor market featuring fresh flowers, fruits and vegetables and local artisans.
The Ottawa Farmers' Market opened its first market in 2006 with 19 vendors at Lansdowne Park. With the support of the community, the market has grown to four locations - Lansdowne Park, Westboro, Orléans, and Riverside South - and more than 100 vendors of locally-grown produce, grass-fed beef, heritage pork, spring lamb, game, honey, maple syrup, eggs and grains and locally-made baking, chocolate, jams, preserves, arts and crafts.
Ottawa Senators (Hockey)
Ottawa Fury (Soccer)
Ottawa Fury Football Club is a Canadian professional soccer club based here in Ottawa. Founded in 2011, and named on February 26, 2013, the team made its debut in the North American Soccer League in 2014. It moved to the United Soccer League in 2017 as the affiliate of the Major League Soccer club Montreal Impact. The team also competes for the Canadian Championship.