Local and Transportation


Local Information

Tourisme Montréal’s website: http://www.tourisme-montreal.org/Accueil/.  Browse and search for activities, attractions and neighborhoods you might be interested in visiting during your stay. A lot goes on in Montréal during the summer!


From New York Times Travel: http://nyti.ms/NzdBJZ 36 Hours in Montreal
Long known for its Frenchness, this Canadian city offers visitors a portal to a much wider world.


Ground Transportation

Montréal’s Pierre Elliott International Airport :  http://www.admtl.com/Passengers/Home.aspx


Express Bus 747:  Offers 24/7 service from and to the airport.  Guests disembark at the corner of René-Lévesque and Mansfield street (Queen Elizabeth Hotel/Train Station – stop 5 on the map and walk one block south to the Hilton Hotel.  In case of rain, people can use the underground passage through the train station and into the Hilton Hotel.


Taxis to/from the airport.  Taxis are available around the clock at a fixed cost of $38.00 (prices may change)


Metro System: http://www.stm.info/English/metro/a-mapmet.htm.  Hilton Bonaventure Hotel is on the Orange line at station Bonaventure (!)