From Trudeau Airport
Taking the bus is easy and cheap. Take bus #747 from the airport terminal and exit at the first stop (Lionel-Groulx metro station). From there, take the orange line to the Square Victoria metro station (towards Henri-Bourrassa). The rate is $9 and gives you access to public transit for the rest of the day (keep your ticket!). Come out of the Square Victoria Metro station following the indication for rue St-Jacques. When you arrive outside, look to your left for a map of the area. The hostel is on the map. It’s a 3 minute walk.
Take a taxi. They have a flat rate of $40 for all destinations in the Downtown area (the price is advertised on the rear windows). Don’t let them fool you, it’s the law.
Le Westin Montreal
270 Saint-Antoine West
2 blocks from Palais de Congres
Rooms at $209 per night plus 18.5% tax (Rate quoted in Canadian dollars)
Includes complimentary internet in guestrooms
Phone: 1.866.837.4262 and reference NAFCU Annual Conference
From The Bus Terminal
Take the escalator to the Berri-UQAM metro station located under the bus terminal. After paying the $3 fee, take the orange line direction Côte-Vertu. Get off at Square-Victoria metro station. Follow the directions to rue St-Jacques. When you arrive outside, look to your left for a map of the area. The hostel is on the map. It’s a 3 minute walk.
Take a taxi or walk. The taxi should cost between $3.50 and $5. If you prefer a walk (or your wallet likes fresh air) it’s a 10 to 15 minute walk. Ask for directions at the information desk or call us at 282-8069
Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL)
Travel Distance: Approximately 20.0 km/12.43 miles
Options for getting to and from the hotel include:
Travel Time:25 - 45 minutes
From Pierre-Elliott Trudeau (YUL) Airport, a taxi ride will cost you a flat fee of 40 CAD. Taxis are located on the Arrivals level and are allocated on a first come, first serve basis. Mini-vans are also available. Please expect longer travel times between 7am and 10am on weekdays.
747 Bus Line
Fee:10 CAD; Fee is per person, one way.
Travel Time:45 minutes
About:The most economical way to get to the hotel is the 747 bus line, which departs every 15 to 20 minutes, 24 hours a day. Transit time is 40 to 60 minutes. The bus will stop at the corner of René-Lévesque and Jeanne-Mance (stop #7), 3 blocks north of hotel.
Travel cards are available for purchase at Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL), at the international arrivals level. Cards include unlimited public transportation (bus and metro) for 24 hours. Bus fare can also be paid in coins only (no bills) when you get on the bus.
Metro and bus: It costs $3 for a ticket with a transfer valid for 2 hours. You can also buy a 1 or 3 day pass for unlimited transit, at respectively $9 and $18. Bixi or bike? Bixi is a self-service bike system to commute in the city, operational from April until November. For $5 (payment at a Bixi station with a credit card), you get access to the service for 24h. CAUTION : Don’t use the bike for more than 30 consecutive minutes, otherwise fees will apply (for example, to use a Bixi for 2 consecutive hours will result in a $10.50 supplement). Bixi are useful for commuting, but not long rides.
Auberge Alternative 358, rue St-Pierre Montréal (Qc) H2Y 2M1 (514) 282-8069
Address: 1030 Rue Mackay, Montréal, QC H3G 2H1, Canada
2213, chemin du Village
Price from : $24.75
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Orleans Express Coach Lines offers hourly service to Québec City from downtown Montreal every day with some departures originating from the Montreal International Airport. This bus company is nothing like Greyhound or any tour bus company you may have experienced in your travels: its fleet of coaches, 2 ½ years old on average, offers comfortable roomy seating with personal airline-like tables and electric connections at every seats for personal computers, etc. The trip takes 3h15 min. from downtown Montreal ("Station Centrale" bus terminal) to downtown Québec City ("Gare du Palais" bus terminal). Its drivers are vey professional. In Québec City, you arrive at a state-of-the-art bus terminal located only a short uphill walk from the historic old town ('' Gare du Palais ', 418-525-3000). When you board the bus in Montreal, the driver will ask you if you're heading for Ste Foy or "centre-ville" (downtown, Old Town) so your luggage will be stored accordingly under the bus: if you're going to the Old Town, make sure you get off at the second stop ("Gare du Palais"), otherwise you will need to take a long and costly cab ride to reach the Old Town.
You may also take the train, if you'd like more personal space than a coach. The connections between Montreal and Quebec are much less frequent, compared to the bus. You may check timetable and fares at Via Rail's bilingual website; should you need to call them for infos, details here . Note that if you buy your tickets at least 5 days in advance (the sooner the better), you may get a sensible discount, if there are so-called SuperSaver discount seats left (economy seats in limited number). There are two train stations in Québec City: when arriving from Montreal, the train first stops at 'Sainte-Foy' , and after at 'Gare du Palais' . If you are going to a hotel near the bridges over the St-Laurent River, or near the big shopping centres on Boulevard Laurier, you stop in Ste-Foy. It is a very very small train station, in the middle of nowhere, and you must take a taxi from there. For ALL other destinations in town, you must stop at the 'Gare du Palais' train station. From there, you may walk uphill to either of the two youth hostels in the Old (Upper) Town (this will take you 15 to 30 minutes, depending on your load and fitness!), would it be the International one, or the independent Auberge de la Paix (taxi CAN$5 max) or hotels on Carré d'Youville, Grande-Allée, and so on — all within a short
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