Venue & Hospitality
Neonatal 2019 conference & Accommodation for attendees will take place in the following location: Holiday Inn Express & Suites Montreal Airport, 10888 Côte-de-Liesse Road Lachine, QC H8T 1A6, Canada Group Sales Manager: Aliona Mucovoz Direct: 514-420-8902 Accommodation Details: • The check-in time will be 3 pm on the arrival day and check-out will be at 12 pm on the departure day. • Accommodation rate includes delicious Holiday Inn breakfast and fast wireless internet access. • Accommodation package only includes room rent charges and rest all incidentals would be charged extra.
Conference Dates: June 14-15, 2019
Hotel Services & Amenities
- Audio/Visual Equipment Rental.
- Business Center.
- Business Phone Service.
- Complimentary Printing Service.
- Express Mail.
- Meeting Rooms.
- Office Rental.
- Photo Copying Service.
- Secretarial Service.
- Video Conference.
- Video Messaging.
- Video Phone.
- Baggage Storage.
Driving Directions to
Montreal is a truly unique city – safe and clean, vibrant and diverse, with new things to discover around every corner. It’s easy to see why Lonely Planet chose Montreal as the second happiest place in the world. With four major universities and 12 smaller colleges located on the island – Montreal is an exciting place to live. Montreal is the second-largest French-Speaking city in the world after Paris. While the city’s official language is French, Montreal is easy to navigate for both English and French speakers. Meeting new people is a great way to expand your knowledge of a second (or third!) language. Montreal is beautiful throughout all four distinct seasons. With average highs of 26° Celsius (78.8° Fahrenheit) in the summer and lows of -5° Celsius (23° Fahrenheit) in the winter, Montrealers fashionably adapt to the weather.
Bilingualism is a part of Montreal’s strong cultural tradition and adds to the inspiring atmosphere of art, music, literature and innovative technology. From a history of cutting-edge architecture to icons like Leonard Cohen and Mordecai Richler, to storied Old Montreal and the legendary Schwartz’s Deli, the city thrives on art, culture and history. Montreal is known for its festivals which run one after another all summer long, but festival season never really ends, in this city there is always something to celebrate!
Montreal is a premiere international destination for the arts and home to many art galleries and museums. The city also boasts many smaller established artist-run Centre’s and galleries. In the world of dance and the performing arts, Montreal is home to many internationally renowned companies. The Canadian Centre for Architecture provides insights into the diversity and influence of the city’s architectural heritage. From sites such as Old Montreal to the new developments around Concordia, Montreal has been on the cutting-edge of architecture since the city’s founding.
Montreal has an extensive and accessible public transportation system. A large network of bike paths, including a direct link between Sir George Williams and Loyola Campuses, makes cycling a fast and safe option.
Even in the middle of winter the city is incredibly active. Cross-country skiing and tobogganing in Mont-Royal Park and ice skating in one of the many outdoor rinks quickly fade the winter blues. With the underground city and extensive Metro system, it’s easy to keep warm while getting around. In the spring when the heavy jackets are back in the closet Montreal transforms. Outdoor patios open and parks fill with people relaxing, playing games, having picnics and enjoying the sun. The change of season is especially felt by students just finishing their winter term. Montreal has a reputation as one of the most bicycle-friendly cities in the world.
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Attractions & Landmarks
- Vieux-Montreal (Old Montreal).
- Jardin Botanique (Botanical Garden).
- Notre-Dame Basilica.
- Oratoire Saint-Joseph (St. Joseph.
- Parc Jean Drapeau.
- Musée des Beaux Arts (Fine Arts Museum).
- Place des Arts.
- Atwater and Jean Talon Markets.
- St. Mary Queen of the World.
- McCord Museum.
- Square Saint-Louis and Rue Denis.
- Lachine Canal National Historic Site.