COVID-19 NOTICE OF CLOSURE

Dear guest,

Hotel Abri du Voyageur has the health and safety of its employees, the community and its customers at heart. This is why,  following recent information received from our local  government, the management of Hotel Abri du Voyageur is suspending its operations as of Monday March 30 from 11:00 a.m. until further notice.

On March 13, 2020, the Quebec Government adopted an Order in Council that declares a health emergency throughout Quebec’s territory. This exceptional measure empowers the government to implement an array of measures to protect the health of the population.

We will keep you informed of the status of the hotel via our various platforms (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn), and we will keep our information up to date on our website.


We remind you that the best way to protect yourself from the Covid-19 pandemic is to comply with the prevention policy and the hygiene measures recommended by Health Canada. https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada.html

Thank you all for your collaboration, your support and your loyalty.

The Management Team

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We are in walking distance of Montreal’s major tourist sites and international events: Place des Arts, La Vitrine ( the last minute ticket box office), Montreal’s world renowned festivals ( International Jazz Festival, Just for Laughs, FrancoFolies, Nights of Africa, World Film Festival), the Palais des Congrès ( Convention Center), Chinatown, the Old Port, the Underground City, the Latin Quarter and the Village.

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Discover Montreal ! If you are looking for a montreal entertainment district hotel then look no further! L’abri du Voyageur Hotel is a budget boutique hotel in the heart of Montreal’s entertainment district, the Quartier des Spectacles. The area is currently undergoing gentrification and urban renewal and is the centre for Montreal’s cultural events and festivals.

With a total area of almost a square kilometre, its boundaries are City Councillors Street, Berri Street, Sherbrooke Street and René Lévesque Boulevard, encompassing all of the district known as Montreal’s Latin Quarter.

The area will be home to 30 performance halls totalling almost 28,000 seats, including the Place des Arts cultural complex, as well as international festivals, art galleries and centres for the exhibition and broadcast of alternative culture. The Quartier des Spectacles hosts nearly 8,500 jobs linked to cultural activities, from education and creation to production, exhibition and broadcasting.

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