Venue Info

LOCATION

The colloquium on Concordia University’s Sir George Williams campus, located in the heart of downtown Montreal.


GETTING AROUND MONTREAL

Concordia’s Sir George Williams campus is in the heart of downtown Montreal and easily accessible by the métro (Station Guy-Concordia on the green line). If arriving by air at the Montreal-Trudeau Airport (YUL), the 747 bus runs 7 days a week, 24 hours a day between the airport and downtown Montreal. Fare is $10 and will provided unlimited travel on STM transportation (bus and métro) for 24 hours. Some other fares are also accepted, as detailed on the STM website. Several hotels also offer shuttle service from the airport. For those who prefer taxis, there is a fixed fare of $40 between YUL and downtown Montreal. Uber is also available in Montreal.

Those arriving by train will arrive at Central Station (Gare Centrale), which is within walking distance or a short cab ride away from the SGW campus. Central Station is not part of the métro network, but is only a block away from Station Bonaventure (connected via underground tunnel) and Station Square-Victoria-OACI on the orange line.

Montreal is a fairly pedestrian-friendly city, but our winters are cold and there’s often still a lot of snow or slush on the ground in March. Be sure to bring warm, waterproof boots if you’re planning on walking.


ACCOMMODATIONS

There are several options for accommodations around Montreal and near Concordia’s downtown campus and this is by no means an exhaustive list. Please note that while these prices were accurate when collected, they may not be up to date when you book, and we encourage all panelists from out of town to do their own research. If you are having trouble finding accommodations, email concordiacolloquium@gmail.com and we’ll see what we can do to help.

All information here is based on the cheapest available rate for a two-night stay during the weekend of this year’s colloquium and was current as of July 2017.

Taxes not included in prices.

Hostels

Auberge L’Apéro
1425 Rue Mackay
Montréal, QC H3G 2H6

12-Bed Mixed Dorm Ensuite
Approx. C$20/night

Standard 6-Bed Mixed Dorm
Approx. C$23/night

Standard 6-Bed Female Dorm
Approx. C$23/night

4-Bed Mixed Dorm
Approx. C$25/night

Auberge Bishop
1447 Rue Bishop #100
Montréal, QC H3G 2E9

Standard 15-Bed Mixed Dorm
Approx C$22/night

Standard 9-Bed Mixed Dorm
Approx C$24/night

Standard 3-Bed Mixed Dorm
Approx C$27/night

3-Bed Female Dorm
Approx C$27/night

Auberge de Jeunesse HI-Montréal
1030 Rue Mackay
Montréal, QC H3G 2H1

Breakfast included in all stays. For additional prices of single-room accommodations, see website.

Mixed 10-Bed Room
Approx. C$35/night

Hotels

Hôtel Ambrose
3422 Rue Stanley
Montréal, QC H3A 1R8

1 Room: Economy Room-Single, One Double Bed, Private Exterior Bathroom
Approx. C$99/night

Chateau Versailles
1659 Sherbrooke St W
Montreal, QC H3H 1E3

1 Room: Deluxe, One Double Bed
Approx. C$125.00/night

Le Meridien Versailles
1808 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest
Montréal, QC H3H 1E5

1 Room: Classic Room, Prepaid
Approx. C$169/night

BEST WESTERN PLUS Montreal Downtown Hotel Europa
1240 Rue Drummond
Montréal, QC H3G 1V7

1 Room: Standard Room, 1 Queen Bed
Approx. C$161/night


FOOD AND DRINK

The conference will be catering breakfast and lunch on Saturday and snacks throughout the two days free of charge. For dinner, there are numerous options with various degrees of affordability within walking distance from the campus. Montreal has much in the way of vegan and vegetarian restaurants, such as CopperBranch and the Green Panther which are both just a block away. Feel free to contact the organizers for recommendations.

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