71st Annual Meeting

Meeting Space

Palais des congres de Montreal
1001 Place Jean-Paul-Riopelle
Montréal, QC H2Z 1H5, Canada

Hotels

The AACPDM has reserved a block of rooms at the hotels below that will be available until August 23, 2017 OR until all have been booked at the group rate, whichever comes first. We recommend booking your hotel as soon as your travel plans have been confirmed.

Le Westin Montreal
Group Rate: $249 CAD
270 Rue Saint-Antoine O
Montreal, QC H2Y 0A3, Canada
A 5-minute walk from the Basilique Notre-Dame de Montréal, this upscale hotel housed between a tower block and 3 historic buildings is also an 11-minute walk from the Vieux-Montreal old town. All hotel options are within walking distance to the Palais des congres de Montreal, where the AACPDM meeting space is located.
The deadline has passed to reserve within the group block.

Hyatt Regency Montreal
Group Rate: $229 CAD
1255 Rue Jeanne-Mance
Montréal, QC H5B 1E5, Canada
Set across from the Place des Arts metro station and adjacent to the Complexe Desjardins shopping center, this upscale hotel is in Montreal's Quartier des Spectacles entertainment district. All hotel options are within walking distance to the Palais des congres de Montreal, where the AACPDM meeting space is located.
The deadline has passed to reserve within the group block.

Embassy Suites by Hilton Montreal
Group Rate: $230 CAD
208 Rue Saint-Antoine O
Montréal, QC H2Y 0A6, Canada
This upscale hotel is 5 minutes' walk from Basilique Notre-Dame de Montréal and 1.7 km from Vieux Port de Montréal on the St. Lawrence River. All hotel options are within walking distance to the Palais des congres de Montreal, where the AACPDM meeting space is located.
The deadline has passed to reserve within the group block.

About Montreal

"Creative, cosmopolitan, cutting-edge or chic—call it what you want, one thing’s for sure: Montréal is captivating. Few can resist the charm of this smart and spirited city, whose flair for cultivating one of the coolest lifestyles on the planet plays out daily.

Old in soul, but young at heart, Montréal has a storied past that includes First Nations settlement, French colony and a British stronghold. Its name comes from its centerpiece—the majestic Mont Royal, a gentle mountain that, throughout history, has been its backbone and backyard. 

From small beginnings, Montréal has blossomed into of the world’s most modern and dynamic metropolises. You can see its European heritage shining though in the beautiful 18th-century buildings and cobblestone streets of Old Montréal. A few streets over, the buzz of its dynamic downtown reveals that it’s just as on-trend, cutting-edge and wildly creative.  

Montréal lives in both French and English, but its multicultural population is really what shapes the cuisine, culture and conversation here. Food, from scrumptious patisseries to local pints and luscious produce to the ever-popular poutine, is enjoyed heartily and happily. Ideas are shared and debated, often passionately. And festivals are flocked to, with jazz, dance, comedy, film and fireworks some of the array of favourites. Cafés, bars, clubs, galleries, museums and boutiques crowd the streets. Summer through winter, people love to go out."

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