Quality Hotel Midtown
6445 boul Decarie
Montreal, QC H3W 3E1
Phone: (514) 739-3800
Fax: (514) 739-5616
6445 boul Decarie, Montreal, QC, CA, H3W 3E1
- Phone: (514) 739-3800
- Fax: (514) 739-5616
Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Sainte-Justine was constructed in 1907 and became the official health center for Université de Montréal in 1995. It is one-of-a-kind and the only pediatric and obstetric hospital located on the campus of the university in Canada. Though the hospital is historic, it is equipped with advanced technology and a high-tech research center. Check their website to know more.
Salle Jean-Lesage B-2285 is the amphitheater-cum-classroom located in Pavillon 3200 Jean-Brillant at the University of Montreal. The hall is used for lectures, special classes, reading sessions, and other academic activities. Call ahead for specific information.
Villa Maria was established in 1854, and is a private Catholic school for girls. It offers an anglophone as well as a francophone stream. Monklands Mansion, the central part of the school, is a National Historic Site of Canada. It also used to be the residence of the Governor General of Canada. Villa Maria focuses of the overall development of a student, and emphasis is thrown on innovation and creativity. The school offers an array of activities and workshops to nurture and encourage the students.
Pavillon Claire-McNicoll is one of the many pavilions in the beautiful campus of the University of Montreal. This pavilion is completely accessible to the less mobile. Room Z-110 is located inside the Pavillon Claire-McNicoll and is primarily used for class lectures and student activities. Call ahead for more information.
This metro station is nestled within the sprawling campus of University of Montreal and is a part of the Montreal Metro rapid transit network.
Originally affiliated with the faculty of religious studies at University of Montreal, École de Théologie Évangélique de Montréal is currently associated with University of Laval. It imparts quality education through its graduate courses in theology, religious sciences and applied theology. Check their website to know more.
Pavillon Roger-Gaudry is located in the castle-like building of the University of Montreal, amidst scenic locales. It is one of the two internal units of the university, along with Pavillon Claire-McNicoll. It houses the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, the Faculty of Medicine, the Faculty of Dentistry, the Faculty of Pharmacy and the School of Public Health. Pavillon Roger-Gaudry also has multiple Research Units, a Health Library, the Library of Physics and Chemistry, a bookstore and a school shop. The amphitheater E-310 and Amphitheater Ernest-Cormier are located in Pavillon Roger-Gaudry, which stage a variety of cultural events. Visit website for more information.
This attractive, laid-back street serves as the main drag in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce (NDG for short), a multi-ethnic west-end neighborhood that seems miles away from the hustle and bustle of downtown or even the Plateau. Conveniently accessible from the Villa-Maria Métro, the street offers upscale shops, sidewalk cafes, pubs and restaurants. Among the best-known spots to eat and drink are the Monkland Tavern, Ye Olde Orchard Pub and the Typhoon Lounge.
The on-island suburb of Model City of Mount Royal was founded on 1912. The development of this town was initiated on 1910, and the project was funded and planned by the Canadian Northern Railway. The proposal was to construct a town identical to Washington at the foot of Mount Royal. The Exponential growth of the town took place post 1950, owing to the investments of companies in different sectors. Model City is known to offer an exceptional standard of living. The total population of the town is around 19,503.
The Loyola High School is a religious catholic school from grades seven to eleven for boys, that promotes growth and healthy competition in an intellectual atmosphere. Along with theoretical knowledge, they also encourage indulging in practical learning, sports, performing arts and lots more for the overall development of every student. The individual attention provided by the faculty to each student enhances confidence and knowledge of the youth. For more information and details, check out the website or call ahead.
Famous architect Georges-Alphonse Monette outlined the Church of Saint-Léon-de-Westmount also known as Église Saint-Léon de Westmount and constructed it in 1901. It was made with a technique called buon fresco that is used by applying wet plaster. The building has a trademark Italianate facade, bell tower and is a classic example of Romanesque Revival style of architecture. The glass windows are colorfully painted. In 1997 the church was registered in the National Historic Site of Canada.
Founded in 1821, Montreal General Hospital is the very first teaching hospital built in North America and has been associated with McGill University since 1832. Comprising of 72 beds and six pavilions, namely - A,B, C, D, E and Livingston, a separate building also features a research centre. The hospital offers a wide range of treatments and is well-equipped. For further details and information, check out the website or call ahead.