A historic setting ideal for events! Only 30 minutes from Montreal, the Manoir gracefully rises from the natural beauty of the Mont Saint-Hilaire along the banks of the Richelieu river. It is characterized by the original and impressive Tudor-style architecture. The Manoir Rouville-Campbell has t
To organize an event that stands out, you will find the ideal venue right here, at the Balcon!
Adapting to your needs and your budget, renting the Balcon’s attractive and accessible room allows you to transform any kind of activities, from the business meeting to the private party, into an origin
A former Governor’s residence dating back to the 18th century French Régime, this colonial manor was turned into a museum in 1895. It houses a rich collection of rare objects, providing a unique view of the history of Montreal and Quebec as a whole. Do not miss the 18th century style Governor’s Gard
At the edge of Old Montreal, steps from the Convention Centre and an easy walk to major downtown buildings, Hotel Place d’Armes is at the heart of it all. Featuring more than 10,000 SQFT of customizable event space, 133 spacious guest rooms, 2 restaurants, a rooftop lounge, a spa and exceptional ser
Located in the historic Montreal Old port, the Java U Intercontinental café is the perfect location for any intimate wedding reception, baby shower, bridal shower, anniversary reception, corporate breakfast or lunch. Stylishly decorated and fully equipped, our comfortable room and experienced staff
La Plaza Centre-ville delivers a true traditional Hotel setting and the Royal ambiance of our elegant staircase and chandeliers. Our Cartier room is ideal for events with 50 to 300 guests, and the impressive Regency Room can be expanded for affairs up to 2000 people.
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Gouverneur Hotel Montreal is a world-class hotel located by the Latin Quarter, just a few blocks from downtown, Saint Laurent Boulevard and Old Montreal. This hotel is within walking distance to major attractions, and perfect for attending sporting and cultural events or simply walking around to adm