Quality Hotel Montreal East
8100 av Neuville
Anjou, QC H1J 2T2
Phone: (514) 493-6363
Fax: (514) 493-6412
Le Rizz is among the best reception halls in town. It features four distinct halls that are elegant and fully equipped for private functions and corporate events. Their expert staff will make sure that any event held here is a success. Whether it is an intimate occasion or a large gathering, Le Rizz has a venue for you.
One of Cinemas Guzzo's outlets on the Montreal Islands, Cinema Langelier screens Hollywood and regional movies. Take your pick from six screens and relax with a soda and popcorn from the refreshment stand. For details regarding showtimes and bookings, call or check the website.
Cinemas Guzzo's outlet on this island screens Hollywood and regional movies. Take your pick from sixteen screens and relax with a soda and popcorn from the refreshment stand. For details regarding show-times and bookings, call or check the website.
Le Vogue's three rooms can hold from 50 to 400 guests. Perfect for weddings, conventions or nearly any other event, its staff is professional and accurate.
Saputo Stadium is a soccer stadium in Montreal which just opened on May 21, 2008, and is the current home of the Montreal Impact. Saputo Stadium can seat 13,034 people and can be expanded to 20,000 in the future. The stadium is named after the Saputo family and is the second biggest soccer stadium in Canada.
This arena is named after Maurice Richard, a hockey legend. It can seat 4,750 people and is available for different events. The rink has been used for both training and competitions and was one of the venues for the 1976 Summer Olympics.
Established in 1957, the Centre Pierre Charbonneau, located on Viau Street, was supposed to be a Police Academy. Now serving as a popular sports arena, especially for basketball events, the center boasts of a capacity of 2700. Apart from regular matches organized here, the place doubles up as a venue for exhibitions and conventions. Centre Pierre Charbonneau is also known for extra curricular training, such as music, martial arts and much more.
Bogey's World Bar & Billiard, sometimes referred to as Bogeys Billiard, is a fun place to spend an evening. The place offers pool tables and other arcade games for your entertainment. Chill by the bar with a cocktail and enjoy the cool music in the background. Bogey's World also hosts various live music events. Call ahead for more information.
StarCité Montréal is the place to catch a recent blockbuster or regional flick. Take your pick from 17 screens. For an enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda. You can also feast at Burger King and Wetzel's Pretzels concession stands. Private screenings are also possible. For more information call or check the website.
Built for the 1976 Summer Olympics, the Olympic Pool features a state-of-the-art Olympic-size pool and is a part of a larger swimming arena. The pool, used as the venue for many water sport events in international series of games, can seat a total of around 3000. Designed by Roger Taillibert, who also designed the iconic Olympic Tower and Olympic Village, the venue could seat over 10,000 spectators during the 1976 events.
A district of Montreal, created to lend a venue to the Summer Olympics of 1976, Olympic Park is located on the Pierre-De Coubertin Avenue and is roughly bound by Rue Sherbrooke and Rue Viau. It is here that the iconic, funicular Olympic Tower is located, which is home to many sport facilities like the seven state-of-the-art aquatic pools. Olympic Park is also home to many other structures like the Olympic Village and the Montreal Biodome.
Roger Taillibert's magnificent building takes a beating in the court of public opinion, but it remains Montreal's most stunning architectural achievement. The enormous bowl features a perpetually disintegrating roof that was originally meant to be retractable, while the inclined tower affords an incredible view over the city.