Airbnb management services in Saint-Sauveur


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High-standards of service for your property

  • Professional cleaning of your home before each guests’ arrival
  • Verification of your property’s overall condition
  • High-quality bedding and bath linen sets, vanity kits, and coffee
  • Quick response to any unexpected situation
  • Property damage protection (learn more)
High-standards of service for your property

Personalized support for your guests

  • Managing guest arrivals and departures
  • Instructions on how to find your home
  • Information about home appliances and wi-fi credentials on the Airbnb app
  • Guest support
Personalized support for your guests

The Airbnb and short-term rental market in Saint-Sauveur

Often filled with tourists and day-trippers alike, Saint-Sauveur stands as one of the most accessible and scenic Laurentian villages in Quebec. With only 60km between Saint Sauveur and Montreal, it’s the perfect proximity to get away and enjoy the rich and vibrant Quebecois culture.

  • Much like Montreal’s booming real estate market, Saint-Sauveur’s market is seeing similar returns. Demand for homes and condos in the greater Montreal area is spreading out to the surrounding cottage-country, which includes Saint-Sauveur and adjacent regions. The past two-to-three years have seen more home sales in the region than it has in the past decade, which has translated into more people sharing their homes with travellers. This has led to a rise in demand for property management services like Luckey. In fact, this humble small town boasts over a hundred active Airbnb listings alone.

    A major selling point for Saint-Sauveur is its day-time and night-time skiing on the famous Mont-Saint-Sauveur. Thrill-seekers may enjoy the hundreds of downhill runs for skiers of all expertise, world-class cross-country ski trails totalling over 150km in length, and Viking, a picturesque 1.5km toboggan ride through beautiful rolling hills and forests. In the summer, Saint-Sauveur is home to the Festival des Arts, which occurs in late July. The village’s main street, Rue Principale, is flanked on each side by quaint restaurants, unique boutiques, and artisan cafes year-round.

    Tourism in Saint-Sauveur
  • Mont Saint-Sauveur

    It’s not the tallest mountain in Quebec, but it surely is one of the liveliest – well-serviced by lifts, both night and day, Mont Saint-Sauveur has become a popular destination for skiers and snowboarders looking to sample Quebec’s winter sports scene. On this mountain, you’ll be able to feel the wind caress your skin as you race down the slopes, create new experiences with old and new acquaintances, and make lasting memories with friends and family.

    Rue Principale

    Saint-Sauveur’s main strip is jam-packed with eateries and bars that serve an assortment of food types, including spicy Thai stir-fries and everything from steaks to the local burger variants. In the summer, Rue Principale brims with cars and visitors alike. While the street is surrounded by new developments and condos, the town has managed to keep the rustic feel of the street, giving it a special type of old-school nostalgia that tourists love. Its old church, situated in the middle of town, is especially glamorous.

    Mont Saint-Sauveur Parc Aquatique

    Saint-Sauveur isn’t just a place for winter revelry – it also has its very own summer attractions. Liven up your summer by visiting the Mont Saint-Sauveur Parc Aquatique where you can jump in the wave pool, scream down the 183m slide, Le Blizzard, or relax in a shaded pool-side cabana. The Parc Aquatique is a perfect place for families.

    Festival des Arts

    For eight days starting in late July, Saint-Sauveur is host to the Festival des Arts, where dozens of international dance troupes convene to impress audiences of all ages. The best part –many performances are free to the public.

    Sights to Visit

Average share of the generated revenue


They have a clear and competitive pricing policy

On average, you’ll get 80% of the revenue generated. The cleaning fee is paid for by the guest. They generally do not take a commission on the cleaning.

What you generally get by choosing a partner in the Luckey program

  • Creation of your listing on Airbnb
  • Swift assistance for you and your guests
  • Physical welcoming of guests
  • Regular price adjustments to optimise profits
  • High-quality cleaning services
  • Property damage coverage for Airbnb listings (learn more)
  • Quality bedding and bath linen sets
  • A professional photographer to take pictures of your home
  • Greater satisfaction for your guests
  • Quick and efficient team available for general maintenance and other inquiries