As of this year many foreign travelers to Canada will require an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) prior to entering the country. Please check the following website to find out if this applies to you:


By Air: Arriving at the YUL airport, you can decide to take the Bus or a Taxi to get to the Hotel. A Taxi will cost you a flat 40$(+tip) fee to the Montreal Downtown area, where the Hyatt is located. A pass for the Airport Shuttle Bus 747 will cost you 10$, and should be bought at one of the STM stands nearby prior to taking the bus if you don’t have exact change in coins, this pass will also be valid for unlimited metro area public transport for 24 hours. The shuttle bus stop the closest to the Hyatt Regency is located on corner of Jeanne-Mance, and is referred to as stop number 7. It is about a one-minute walk to the hotel form there.

By Rail: The Montreal Central Train Station is located 1km away from the Hyatt Regency Montreal.

By Bus: The Montreal Central Bus Station is located 1.4km from the Hyatt Regency Montreal.

Alternate hotels

The Marriott Courtyard Montreal Downtown is a 3-minute walk to the Hyatt Regency.

W Hotel is a 10-minute walk to the Hyatt Regency.

The Hilton Garden Inn is a 8-minute walk to the Hyatt.

The InterContinental Montreal is a 8-minute walk to the Hyatt.

Le Dauphin Montreal Downtown is a 6-minute walk to the Hyatt.


The Hyatt Regency Montreal is located downtown, in the heart of the Quartier des Spectacles. It is part of the Complexe Desjardins. Inside the Complexe Desjardins you will find a multitude of Shops, Kiosks and Snacks, including some Carriers (Rogers, Videotron, Fido), a grocery store, a liquor store, a food court, a small electronics store (The Source), etc.


Montreal is known throughout the world for its festivals, and this year Recon will be held at the same time as the FrancoFolies de Montreal, the biggest music festival in the french-speaking world. This festival is actually taking place just in front of the Hotel, the Hyatt also being the official hotel of the FrancoFolies.


Montreal is a French/English bilingual city. While the official language of the province is French, most people living in Montreal are bilingual.