TOURIST WELCOME OFFICE

Tourisme Montréal's mission is to assume leadership of the collective effort to promote and position Montréal as a premier destination for business and leisure travel as well as to create business opportunities for its members and partners. This implies that all visitors receive a warm welcome.

To this end, it sees that provincial hospitality standards are respected, promotes awareness and dialogue among industry players on the importance of excellence in hospitality, and supports initiatives to develop appropriate services for the Montréal region, which include producing and distributing travel literature and establishing tourism information centres.

Tourisme Montréal also offers unsurpassed logistical support to meeting and convention planners, as well as specialized foreign press.

MONTRÉAL VOUS ACCUEILLE

Tourisme Montréal aims to change the way all key players are welcomed and provided with tourist information and support in order to provide a memorable tourist experience for all visitors so that they communicate their passion for Montréal.

To meet this challenge in a proactive and innovative manner, Tourisme Montréal puts forward the project, Montréal vous accueille, in close collaboration with Montréal's gateways, hotels, and attractions.

Tourisme Montréal deploys various visual tools that reflect the image of a welcoming Montréal at its partners' main locations. This strong brand image is carried by the Bonjour Montréal greeting, which represents the welcoming nature of Montrealers, the French roots of the city, and the liveliness of our destination.

Tourist Welcome Office 

Tourisme Montréal operates the Old Montréal Tourist Welcome Office at 174 Notre-Dame East, open from April 2018 to October 2018.

The tourist office team offers information about Montréal, according to the schedule below:

April, May, and October: Monday to Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m
June to September: Monday to Sunday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

In addition, tricyclists scour Old Montréal and downtown to meet tourists. Keep an eye out for the Bonjour Montréal tricycle.

Sainte-Catherine West Project Information Kiosk

Tourisme Montréal also operates the information booth at the construction site on Sainte-Catherine Street West, which opened in February 2018. The information booth is intended to direct and inform visitors during the construction period.

The booth is open every day, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. This schedule is subject to change based on traffic and nearby events. In the summer, during the week, the booth is open until 9 p.m.

HOSTING TOOL

PASSEPORT MTL

Get one or both versions of the Passeport MTL for an easy access to must-see attractions or cultural activities in Montréal.

DISPLAY SPACE

To obtain display space, please communicate with Nathalie Gaudet at the following address: presentoirs@mtl.org