1 Place du Canada, Montreal, QC Canada H3B 4C9
Toll Free: 1-800-200-5909 · Phone: 1-514-878- 9000
Direct access to the underground city:
- Subway (metro)
- Montreal Central Train Station
- Bell Center
- Shopping and fine restaurants
- Walking distance to the Convention Center
- Covered parking
Book online or call to make your reservation..
When making reservation by phone, please identify yourself as an attendee of: NAPPO Meeting
Call-In: Toll Free: 1-800-200-5909
Phone: 1-514-878- 9000
Group rate: $165.00 CAD per night + 18.48% taxes
Please confirm your reservation directly with the hotel using this link:
Group rate available until September 29, 2016
- Check-In Time: 4:00 PM EST
- Check-Out Time: 12:00 PM
- Room Taxes: 18.48%
Parking at Hotel
Onsite parking fee: $9.00 CAD hourly or $22.00 CAD daily
Transportation from Airport to Hotel
Airport: Airport Code: YUL
Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is located 22 km (13 miles) west of downtown Montreal and now serves all domestic, U.S. and international passenger flights. Local folks still sometimes call it “Dorval Airport”.
A public airport shuttle, the 747, runs 24/7 from the downtown area to the airport and return. It is equipped with luggage racks and accepts regular STM tickets and passes, cash fare (coins only) is $9. It stops underground 1 block from the hotel.
Taxis: $40.00 CAD one way
Montreal is on Via Rail's Windsor-Quebec corridor. You can reserve tickets on their website or get them from your travel agent. The train station is only a block away from the Marriott Chateau Champlain hotel where the NAPPO annual meeting will be taking place.
Visit Via Rail’s web site at www.viarail.ca for more information
Amtrak runs the Adirondack from Montreal to New York daily. Tickets can be priced and reserved on the site. This is currently the only train connection from Montreal to the United States. Visit Amtrak’s web site at www.amtrak.com for more information.
There are two major downtown train stations, Central Station (Gare Centrale) located a block from the hotel and Lucien-L'Allier. Both are connected to the Bonaventure Metro station and thus to the underground city. Lucien-L'Allier, also connected to the metro station of the same name, is only used for commuter trains.
Additional information on Montreal’s public transit can be found at: www.stm.info/en
Central Station, unlike major train stations in many other cities, is functionally invisible. It is located underground below the Queen Elizabeth Hotel and just north of Place Bonaventure. It is easily reached from Ste-Catherine Street by strolling through the Place Ville-Marie mall and looking for the way finding signs, or via Bonaventure metro station. Any taxi driver can bring you directly there. But don't expect to find a physical train station at street level.