We have several ways (the usual suspects) to get to your hotel from Montréal-Trudeau airport.
The Montréal-Trudeau L’Aérobus shuttle service runs from the airport to the Central Bus Station on Berri Street, where a free hotel shuttle bus runs to the Worldcon hotels (we’re checking for exceptions). Adult fare $16 CAD (one-way, taxes included).
To get into Montréal, you can catch the #204 East bus at the airport’s Departures entrance on the ground level. It goes two places: you want the “Gare de Dorval” bus. From the Dorval train station, you can catch a city bus or commuter train into Montréal. “Place D’Armes” is the Palais station.
You can return to the airport (via the Dorval station) by city bus or on the Montréal-Dorion line commuter train. The train leaves from downtown’s Windsor Station (near the Marriott Chateau Champlain). It stops at the Dorval train station, and from there the #204 West bus will take you to the airport.
Métro Schedule (Orange Line)
Underground Montréal Map with Métro lines.
Taxis & Limousines
Taxis aren’t hard to find. Flat rate of $38 CAD to and from the airport. Limo flat rate is $50 CAD.
Make your reservations through the company.
- National Alamo: 1–800–462–5266
- Avis: 1–800-TRY-AVIS
- Budget: 1–800–472–3325
- Dollar- Thrifty: 1–800–800–4000
- Enterprise: 1–800-RENT-A-CAR
- Hertz: 1–800–263–0600
The Amtrak ‘Adirondack’ service runs daily between NY city and Montréal. The arrival station is at the Hilton Bonaventure, one of our Worldcon hotels.
More detailed info at