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Montreal, Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL), Canada

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    ATMs and currency exchange booths are positioned throughout the terminal.


    There are mailboxes in the terminal, and stamps can be purchased at some retail shops. Free wireless internet access is available throughout Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, and access is also offered at several internet kiosks. Public telephones can be found at various points.


    A good range of bars, restaurants and cafés is available in the main departure and arrival halls, while there are also options near the gates. These include well-known international coffee and fast-food chains, as well as local bars and eateries.


    There are no left-luggage lockers at Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, but a cloakroom is located in the arrivals area. The lost and found office (tel: +1-514/633 20 76) is also located in this part of the terminal. If an item has been lost on the airplane, the airline in question should be contacted. Luggage trolleys are available free of charge and porters (tel: +1-514/212 4944) are also on hand to assist.


    Duty-free outlets and specialist shops can be found on the departures level and in the departure concourses. Among the options are retailers selling gifts and souvenirs, confectioners and electronics shops. Newsagents are located in all areas of the terminal.


    Other facilities at Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport include a multifaith prayer room, video games for children, baby feeding rooms and shoeshine booths. The airport patrol staff are trained in first aid and can be reached by pressing the emergency button on all public phones in the terminal.

    Conference & Business

    There are no conference facilities within the airport terminal, although there are VIP lounges equipped with fax machines and computers, including the TD First Class Lounge in the international departures area.

    Extensive meeting and events facilities are available at the Marriott Montreal Airport (tel: +1-514/636 67 00; www.marriott.com), which is attached to the US Departures section of the terminal, and at a number of other nearby hotels.

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    Lifts connect all levels of the airport and wheelchairs are available for hire. Text telephones for the hearing-impaired are available throughout the terminal. Passengers requiring special assistance should contact their airline in advance.

    Parking for disabled travellers is provided in the short-term parking lots. Disabled drivers who require long-term parking can park in the ProxiParc multistorey area at economy rates (although the full price must be paid upon exiting, whereupon the driver will then be reimbursed the difference). Please note: The shuttle bus from the EconoParc area is not suitable for wheelchair users.

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    Airport code: YUL

    Number of Terminals: 1


    Information desks are located on the arrivals and departures levels. Courtesy telephones are situated throughout the airport, and self-service information points can also be found in various parts of the terminal building.

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    Hotels in Montreal


    Montreal’s patchwork of different neighbourhoods gives a fantastic amount of choice for travellers in search of accommodation,

    from the boutique hotels of the Old Port to larger luxury properties elsewhere – there are some top budget options too.

    Ritz-Carlton Montreal

    1228 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest
    H3G 1H6 Montreal
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    Category: Expensive

    A European-style pleasure pile, widely seen as the most upmarket hotel in town.

    Hotel Nelligan

    106 Rue Saint-Paul Ouest
    H2Y 1Z3 Montreal
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    Category: Expensive

    A stylish choice, with French cuisine, European elegance and a century’s worth of history.

    Auberge Bonaparte

    447 Rue Saint-Francois-Xavier
    H2Y 2T1 Montreal
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    Category: Moderate

    A charming and historic 4-star hotel in Old Montreal.

    Parc Suites Hotel

    3463 Avenue du Parc
    H2X 2H6 Montreal
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    Category: Moderate

    Apartment-style suites, well suited to those staying put for a while.