Venue Information

ISPOR 2025 will be held May 13th – 16th, 2025 at the Montréal Convention Centre

159, rue Saint-Antoine Ouest, 9eétage,
Montréal, QC, H2Z 1H2
Métro Place-d'Armes

Located right in the heart of the city, Montréal’s Convention Centre, Palais des congrès de Montréal, is not your average meeting venue. Behind its iconic multi-colored façade, this BOMA BEST certified facility offers 508 756 sq. ft. (47 265 m²) of event space for association meetings, trade shows, corporate events, galas and more. The high-tech facility also boasts a massive rooftop patio with breathtaking views of Montréal. The Montréal Convention Centre has been actively contributing to Montréal’s effervescence since day one. Today, when people meet at the centre, they come together in a carbon-neutral architectural masterpiece housing multipurpose facilities suitable for events of all sizes.  

Access to Montréal Convention Centre: 

The Montréal Convention Centre is located right in the downtown core, approximately 19 kilometers from the Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, and just steps away from many historic sites, world-class shopping and dining, the Old Port, and the Entertainment District. The centre is accessible by car, metro, bus, taxi, Bixi (bike), and on foot. More than 16,000 hotel rooms are located within a 10-minute walk, including approximately 4,000 rooms that are directly accessible via an underground pedestrian network. 

Main entrance to the Montréal Convention Centre: 

The main entrance to the center is located at: 

Other entrances are located at the following: 

  • 201 Viger Avenue West 
  • 301 Saint-Antoine Street West
  • 200 Viger Avenue West
  • Jeanne-Mance and Viger
  • Jeanne-Mance and Saint-Antoine
  • 1000 Saint-Urbain Street
  • De la Gauchetière Street (corner of Esplanade) 

Parking Lots located nearby the Montréal Convention Centre: 

  • Indoor Parking Palais des congrès 
    • 1025 Rue Chenneville, accessible by Avenue Viger, 400 spots
  • Quartier international de Montréal Indoor Parking (operated by Indigo)
    • 249 Rue Saint-Antoine Ouest, 1,200 spots 

Transportation available from Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport: 

Local Information:

Currency: Canadian Dollar (CAD)

Time Zone: Eastern Standard Time Zone (EST)/ UTC/GMT (-5 hours)

Language: French, English

Electrical Voltage: 120 Volts

Telephone Country Code: +1


Temperatures in Montréal in early May average a high of 63°F (17.2°C) and a low of 46°F (7.8°C).   

Getting around with public transport:

Public transportation is an affordable way to get around Montréal. The metro (subway) system is clean, safe and fast. As a bonus, the public transit network is relatively simple, with just four lines connecting the downtown centre to major tourist sites, bus stops and train stations. The metro operates daily from 5:30 a.m. to 1 a.m. (1:30 a.m. on Saturdays). The average wait time between trains is eight minutes and three minutes during rush hour. 

Things To Do:

Montréal is a big, busy, exhilarating city, with so much to see and do. There’ll be plenty of long walks and bike rides, picnics at the park, street art hunts and time to discover the city’s many treasures. We invite you to explore the many “moments” you can experience in the city. Think of them as bite-sized snacks of information to whet your appetite for the big buffet of choices you have when you get here. The more you like and interact with moments, the more you’ll receive personalized recommendations along similar themes. And, of course, it’s Montréal, so prepare for a few surprises along the way! 

For more information on getting to Montréal, getting around the city, what to expect for the weather and other ideas to make your stay more enjoyable, visit the Visit Montréal website.