There is a Marriott Hotel that was constructed in 2008, this hotel is directly connected with the Transborder Terminal. Right by the airport is the Montréal Airport Hilton Hotel (tel: +1(0)514 631 2411). Other hotels in the immediate vicinity of the airport are: Auberge de l’ Aéroport (tel: +1(0)514 828 5080), Hôtel Aéroport (tel: +1(0)514 735 5702) and Ramada Aéroport (tel: +1(0)514 733 8818). For more hotels and to reserve online you can go to Booking.com, they have a large range of hotels with great internet rates.
Shops and restaurants
The airport has a good range of shops. There are 33 in total, spread over the Domestic, Transborder (US) and International Terminals. There are 21 snack bars, cafes and restaurants.
There is a window for storing baggage in the Arrivals Hall, directly next to this, is the counter for lost and found items (tel: +1(0)514 636 0499).
There are several general information counters spread throughout the airport. There are also special telephones where you can directly contact the information counter.
The airport facilities were greatly improved with the opening of the Marriott Hotel, which was opened in 2008. There are facilities available in the Hilton Hotel (see Hotels). Aéroports de Montréal has a VIP lounge with fax and computers in the Departures Hall, Air Canada has three lounges that are by the gates.
The airport hass excellent accessibility for the disabled. There are wheelchair ramps, adapted elevators, restrooms and telephones. Wheelchairs are available. There are a limited number of places reserved for the disabled in the parking garage right in front of the terminal. For further information and assistance you can call the Access Services (tel: +1(0)514 633 3016).
There are banks, money exchange offices and ATM's. There is a silence center in the Departures Hall. For domestic flights, passengers can check themselves in, the machines for this are by entrances 1, 2 and 4. For First Aid you can go to one of thegeneral gnformation counters.