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Montreal Airport Hotel Announces Name Change

One of the City's Premier Hotels Now Named the Montreal Airport Marriott In-Terminal Hotel

MONTREAL, QC -- (Marketwired) -- 04/07/14 -- Located directly inside Montreal's Trudeau International Airport, next to the U.S. departures terminal, the Marriott hotel recently announced a new name: the Montreal Airport Marriott In-Terminal Hotel.

The hotel provides easy access to Montreal's international airport, ensuring that guests will make their flights with plenty of time to spare. Guests who stay at the Trudeau Airport hotel are also just 20 minutes from the excitement of downtown Montreal. Explore Montreal's Notre-Dame Basilica, Old Port of Montreal, Bell Centre, Six Flags Amusement Park, Olympic Stadium and Botanical Gardens -- all just a quick jaunt from the hotel.

The Montreal Airport Marriott In-Terminal Hotel boasts stylish guest rooms, modern decor, and fantastic amenities, like an upscale restaurant, indoor pool, business centre, full-service spa, gym, and more. Indulge in delicious West Island Montreal cuisine at Bijou Resto Bar, a stylish restaurant inside the Montreal luxury hotel that focuses on using market-fresh, local ingredients in its seasonal menu. Watch planes take off and land while working out in the fully-equipped fitness centre or swimming laps in the indoor pool.

The luxury airport hotel in Montreal is also one of the premier event spaces in the Montreal area. It boasts 14,000 sq. ft. of flexible meeting space, a grand ballroom, and an exceptional events team, making it an ideal choice for engaging corporate meetings, successful group events and exquisite weddings in Montreal.

About the Montreal Airport Marriott In-Terminal Hotel
Located directly inside Montreal's Trudeau International Airport, the Montreal Airport Marriott In-Terminal Hotel offers an ideal location for travellers who are flying in or out of Montreal. This AAA 4-Diamond hotel and TripAdvisor's Certificate of Excellence winner offers wireless Internet access throughout the rooms and public areas, a lively restaurant, business centre, fitness centre, indoor pool, concierge service, laundry service, and valet parking. The 272 guest rooms and seven luxurious suites feature comfortable beds with down duvets and fluffy pillows, spacious desks with ergonomic chairs, 32-inch flat-screen TVs and free movie channels, coffee makers, room service, and complimentary wireless high-speed Internet access. Enjoy a fine meal made with farm-fresh, local ingredients at Bijou Resto Bar or unwind with a luxurious treatment at the AltiSpa. With 20 meeting rooms and over 14,000 sq. ft. of meeting space, the hotel is the ideal venue for events in the Montreal area. The Montreal Airport Marriott In-Terminal Hotel is also just a quick drive from downtown Montreal's great restaurants, shops, and attractions, like Cap Saint-Jacques Park, Pointe Claire Village, the Morgan Arboretum, and the charming historic district of Old Montreal.

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Montreal Airport Marriott In-Terminal Hotel
800 Place Leigh Capreol
Dorval, Quebec H4Y0A4 Canada
1- 514-636-6700
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/yulma-montreal-airport-marriott-hotel

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