The Theatre Maisonneuve at the Place des Arts
The Theatre Maisonneuve at the Place des Arts will be home to the Conferences Plenary Sessions with the pre-Conference Workshops, lunch and Parallel Sessions across the street at the Hyatt Regency Hotel.
Théâtre Maisonneuve occupies the upper part of the Theatre Building, which was designed by Montreal architects David, Barott, and Boulva (Théâtre Maisonneuve and Théâtre Jean-Duceppe). The outdoor lighting was designed by Lightemotion as part of the lighting for the Quartier des spectacles.
Place des Arts sits at the heart of a cultural hub known as the Quartier des spectacles, a concentration of some 80 cultural venues, including 30 performance halls representing close to 28,000 seats over a one square kilometre area.
Over the past few years, Montréal’s cultural core has been undergoing a transformation to make room for this new Quartier des spectacles (work began in 2007 around Place des arts). The Place des Festivals, the Promenade des Artistes, the Parterre, and Sainte-Catherine Street West—one of North America’s most prominent commercial arteries—were redeveloped to attract urban passersby and invite them to make use of the facilities.
The Quartier is bordered by Sherbrooke Street, René-Lévesque Boulevard, and City Councillors and Saint-Hubert streets. The area is brimming with activity, thanks to the many international festivals held within it, including the Montréal International Jazz Festival, the FrancoFolies de Montréal, and the Just for Laughs Festival.
Montréal is well known for its vitality, friendliness, cultural effervescence, and creativity in the fields of performing arts, film, and design (Montréal UNESCO City of Design), just as it is in such recreational and cultural spheres as multimedia and the technological arts. With the redesign and development of the Quartier des spectacles, such qualities are brought to the fore.
A large part of the Quartier des spectacles covers Montréal’s former Red Light district, whose history dates back to the 1800s with the development of the Faubourg Saint-Laurent, to the north of the fortified city. The neighbourhood was partially destroyed during the great fire of 1852, going on to become almost entirely urbanized around the mid-1870s.
Hyatt Regency Montreal
Experience hospitality with a distinct French flavour at Hyatt Regency Montreal. Step into our newly designed upper and lower lobbies and enjoy the residential-feel of a cozy living room setting warmed by two fireplaces. The proud recipient of a AAA Four Diamond Award, Hyatt Regency Montreal is a consistent favorite of business and leisure travellers.
Our stylish luxury hotel offers direct underground access to the Palais des Congrès (Montreal Convention Centre), as well as Chinatown, Old Montréal, Place des Arts (Performing Arts Centre) and the Metro transport system. Explore centuries of history in Old Montreal. Dine at one of the area’s many restaurants.
Long known as the “hotel of the festivals”, our ideally located downtown accommodation places you in the heart of Quartier des Spectacles from holiday fun to nightly distractions.
Please note that the night of October 7th and 8th are currently sold out in the Hyatt Regency Montreal. However, a wait list is in operation. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the wait list.
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Located in the heart of downtown, the Travelodge Montreal Centre is a choice destination to fully enjoy our beautiful city. Steps away from the Place des Festivals and Ste-Catherine Street, right by Chinatown and less than a 10 minute walk to Old Montreal, you can enjoy all the main attractions easily.
We welcome you in one of our comfortable rooms, all fully renovated in 2015. Each room is equipped with a flat-screen HD television and a coffee maker (free coffee), newspapers and tourist information are available at the front desk, a brand-new gym is open exclusively to guests and an underground parking ($) is easily accessible. The rates include the continental breakfast (buffet-style) and the Wi-Fi connection.
Hotel Zero 1 Montreal
Hotel ZERO1 is located in the heart of Montreal’s Festival District and the Montreal Convention Center. Come and discover this urban hotel, and stay with us while you attend the 3rd International Conference on Youth Mental Health.The Hotel is a few minutes away from the Old Port and Old Montreal, ideal for those looking to enjoy their time in the city.