Delta Hotels Montreal
The 2019 CHHA Educational Conference and Trade Show will take place at the Delta Hotels Montreal. Set in the heart of downtown Montreal, the Delta Hotels Montreal offers the comfort and convenience and will be sure to make your stay very enjoyable.
The conference room rate is $219/night plus taxes and fees The room block for the 2019 CHHA Educational Conference and Trade Show closes on April 29, 2019. Reservations received after this date will be confirmed on space and rate availability basis only. Don’t delay, make your reservation on the Delta Hotels Montreal website today!
A striking union of European charm and North American attitude, Montreal seduces visitors with a harmonious pairing of the historic and the new, from exquisite architecture to fine dining. Because of its position in the St. Lawrence River, the island of Montreal was originally a diplomatic trading area for regional First Nations.
The French colonists arrived first, followed by the English, the Scottish and the Irish. Later, myriad peoples from around the world settled the lush lands stretching north to Mount Royal and beyond. Today, 120 distinct ethnic communities comprise a population of more than 4 million, making Montreal a true mosaic of cultures and traditions. The world’s second-largest Francophone city after Paris, Montreal merits the moniker “international” city, a cosmopolitan centre with proud roots in the past and an enthusiastic embrace of the future. A world leader in aeronautics, information technology and biotechnology, the city has also contributed significant innovations in medicine, multimedia, the arts and urban planning. Its avant-garde spirit has not gone unnoticed: in 2006, Montreal was named a UNESCO City of Design.
From season to season, day and night, Montreal pulses with activity. Known for its many festivals, the city hosts a diverse array of events, exhibitions and gatherings for the thousands of culture, nature and thrill seekers. While masterful chefs continue to elevate Montreal’s reputation as a gourmet destination, creative artists and artisans draw admirers in droves to the haute couture ateliers, arts galleries and charming boutiques that line the city streets. For a city the size of Montreal, its streets, vast parks, underground pedestrian network and metro system are safe and remarkably easy to navigate.
Often the best way to get to know a city is on foot: walk through any one of Montreal’s colourful and vibrant neighbourhoods and you’ll discover an abundance of markets, boutiques, restaurants and local cafés—diverse expressions of the inhabitants’ joie de vivre. Montrealers are naturally charming and quite often multilingual, with a spontaneity and ability to welcome visitors that has propelled Montreal to its current position as an international host city. When one considers the urban landscape and its inhabitants, along with some of the world’s most exciting annual events, this local passion seems only natural.