RDA 10th Plenary - Venue | Accommodation | Logistics

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The Centre Mont-Royal will be the venue for the 10th RDA Plenary meeting. 

Located at the centre of Montreal's business and entertainment district, is an eco-friendly facility famous for hosting world class events and conferences. 

Address :
Centre Mont-Royal
2200 Mansfield Street
Montreal, Quebec, H3A 3R8

Website: centremontroyal.com/en/
Phone : (514) 844-2000



Blocks of guest rooms at discounted rates are available in Montreal hotels situated close to Centre Mont-Royal, the RDA 10th Plenary venue.

  • Please remind taxes usually add to the rates (3.5% local hotel tax, 5% federal and 9.975% provincial, and are subject to change without prior notice)
  • Please verify with each hotel the availability period of rates and the cut-off date for reservations. Also verify the cancellation policy when you make your reservation. Should you need to cancel your hotel reservation, please do so at least 24h (or 48h hours depending on the hotel) prior to your scheduled arrival in order to avoid a penalty of one night's room & tax.
  • Should you not find availability for your preferred arrival/departure pattern in an hotel listed below, we invite you to select another hotel in Montreal downtown area from the website Tourism Montreal www.tourisme-montreal.org/ 
  • This year is Montréal's 375th anniversary and celebrations will bring many visitors in the city. You are encouraged to book your room as soon as possible.
Hotels Rates and Reservations

Le Germain
2050, rue Mansfield
Montréal, Québec H3A 1Y9


This hotel is located 50m from the venue - 1 minute walk


Special rate until July 18th 2017 (limited availability)

Online reservation

Reservation by phone: +1 (877) 333-2050 (international)

Mention that you are booking with the group « RDA 10 - Université de Montreal » or block 1809RDA10U  in order to have access to the special rates.

Sofitel Golden Mile
1155, rue Sherbrooke ouest
Montréal, Québec H3A 2N3


This hotel is located 300m from the venue - 4 minutes walk

Special rate until August 4th, 2017 (limited availability)

  • Room Supérieure 1 King 245$CA
  • Room Deluxe 1 King or 2 Doubles 265$CA

Online reservation

Reservation by phone: +1 (877) 285-9001 (international)

Reservation by email : H3646-op@sofitel.com

When you reserve, please specify : RDA10 – Université de Montréal

Queen Elizabeth - Fairmont*
900 Rene Levesque Blvd. W
Montreal, Quebec H3B 4A5


This hotel is located 600m from the venue - 9 minutes walk

*You will perhaps be sleeping in the same room John Lennon and Yoko Ono held their legendary 1969 Bed-In. ;)

Special rates (limited availability)

  • Fairmont Room 269$CA
  • Fairmont Room with view 299$CA
  • Junior Suite 369$CA
  • Gold Fairmont Room 389$CA

Reservation by phone :

When you reserve, please specify : RDA10MTL

Hôtel Delta Montréal par Marriott
475 Avenue Président Kennedy
Montréal, Quebec H3A 1J7


This hotel is located 550m from the venue - 7 minutes walk

Special rate until August 18, 2017 (limited availability)

  • Standard Room 207$CA

Online reservation for RDA10-Universite de Montreal

Reservation by phone : +1 (888) 236 2427

When you reserve, please specify : RDA10 - Université de Montréal

Le Centre Sheraton Montreal Hotel
1201 Boulevard René-Lévesque O,
Montréal, Quebec H3B 2L7


This hotel is located 800m from the venue - 11 min walk

Special rate until August 07, 2017 (limited availability)

  • Traditional Room 225$CA
  • Deluxe Room 265$CA
  • Club Room 315 $CA

Online reservation

Reservation by phone

  • +1 (888) 627-7102 (international)
  • +1 (800) 325-3535 (USA and Canada)

When you reserve, please specify : RDA10 - Université de Montréal

How to get there

From the airport

Montréal-Trudeau Airport is located in Dorval, about 20 minutes away from downtown Montréal. Here are the best ways to get to your hotel or Centre Mont-Royal from the airport:

Limousines, taxis, and taxis for handicapped persons
Public transport
Rent a car

Montréal 375 and Canada 150

2017 is a year of anniversaries: Montréal’s 375th and Canada’s 150th. Learn more about celebratory events taking place throughout the year in Montréal.

Plan your stay in Montréal

Montreal : a city whose passion, joie de vivre and rich cultural heritage are legendary

Marked by its past, proud of its bicultural heritage, and further enriched by immigration, Montréal turns resolutely toward the future.

Today, Montréal is home to some 3.4 million inhabitants who represent no fewer than 80 different ethnic groups. Montréal lives up to its reputation as an international city.

The second-largest French-speaking city in the world, Montréal hosted one of the most impressive world fairs of the century in 1967 as well as the 1976 Summer Olympic Games. The city donned its finest to welcome visitors and has preserved and even improved several of the attractions that it built for the two occasions. Because Montréal always loves to celebrate, it has naturally become a city of dazzling international festivals (jazz, film, comedy, fireworks, fine dining, Winter sports and so forth). The rhythm of events intensifies and visitors and Montrealers alike join in the dance. More than a few succumb to the city’s mixture of European and North American charm that both surprises and enchants.

Dynamic and modern, but respectful of its architectural heritage, Montréal successfully blends the old with the new. A trip through the past in Old Montréal and the Old Port lets you witness the origins and the growth of the colony. Museums and historical sites alternate with irresistible bistros in an atmosphere of yesteryear.

While venerating its past, Montréal also looks to the future, having earned a reputation as a world leader in leading-edge technologies such as data sciences, aeronautics and biotechnologies. Montréal is also an innovator, whether in the field of medical technology and equipment, the arts (for example, the Cirque du Soleil, modern dance and experimental theatre), information technology (software and multimedia productions) or in urban development (a unique underground city).

For those who wish to take a closer reading of Montréal’s pulse, what could be better than a stopover in some of the city’s most picturesque districts, such as the Jean-Talon Market in Little Italy, or along Saint-Denis Street in the Plateau Mont-Royal. In neighbourhood markets, boutiques, restaurants and cafés radiates the soul of Montréal, and the vitality and joie de vivre of its inhabitants.

More at : www.tourisme-montreal.org