Comfort Inn South Shore
96 boul. de Mortagne
Boucherville, QC J4B 5M7
Phone: (450) 641-2880
Fax: (450) 641-2677
96 boul. de Mortagne, Boucherville, QC, CA, J4B 5M7
- Phone: (450) 641-2880
- Fax: (450) 641-2677
For a blockbuster fix while on holiday, book a seat at Cinéma Cineplex Odeon Boucherville. With an exciting schedule of new releases, great sound and tech systems and menu of must-have refreshments, this is the place to go for fun time in the city. For tickets and more, call ahead.
Colisée Jean Béliveau is an indoor ice-hockey arena constructed in 1958. It has been home to various teams and also has hosted major league matches. The seating capacity of the stadium is 2400.
For a blockbuster fix while on holiday, book a seat at this cinema. With an exciting schedule of new releases, great sound and tech systems and menu of must-have refreshments, this is the place to go for fun time in the city. For tickets and more, call ahead.
Nestled on the campus of the Collège Édouard-Montpetit, Théâtre de la Ville is the city's esteemed theater with more than 100 performances every year. Founded in 1989, it not only is a place of fascinating theater but also concerts, storytelling, dance, comedy and cabaret. Though its main venues are the Salle Pratt & Whitney Canada and Salle Jean-Louis Millette for shows, the other spaces such as the Foyer Jean-Louis-Millette and Salon Héroux Devtek are used for smaller private events. The entire theater or parts of it can be rented for various occasions.
For a blockbuster fix while on holiday, book a seat at Guzzo Jacques Cartier 14. With an exciting schedule of new releases, great sound and tech systems and menu of must-have refreshments, this is the place to go for fun time in the city. For tickets and more, check out their website.
Located in the vibrant east-end neighborhood of Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, Théâtre Denise-Pelletier dates back to 1928. With a perfectly symmetrical facade that features elements of both Renaissance and Classical architecture, it is a monument to the splendor and glory of the roaring 20s. Its interior consists of a rich Italianate decor.
Located in the same east end Montreal art deco building that houses the Théâtre Denise-Pelletier, this performance space has been presenting experimental and avant-garde theater since it opened in 1978. Regular troupes include the Théâtre Pupulus Mordicus and Théâtre La Rubrique. Most recently, the theater invited one of France's top actors, Philippe Avron, to put on the one-person Je Suis un Saumon. Other recent productions include Quebec playwright Michel Tremblay's classic Hosanna and an evening with readings from Arthur Rimbaud.
One of the best-equipped downtown fitness clubs, the facilities at the YMCA include a pool, seven squash courts and two racquetball courts. The building has recently been completely renovated, and features a padded combat room for wresting and boxing, as well as a weight room, cardiovascular room and sauna. There are numerous payment options for residents and visitors, but call ahead for availability of day passes.
This arena is named after Maurice Richard, a hockey legend. It can seat 4,750 people and is available for different events. The rink has been used for both training and competitions and was one of the venues for the 1976 Summer Olympics.
StarCité Montréal is the place to catch a recent blockbuster or regional flick. Take your pick from 17 screens. For an enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda. You can also feast at Burger King and Wetzel's Pretzels concession stands. Private screenings are also possible. For more information call or check the website.
Established in 1957, the Centre Pierre Charbonneau, located on Viau Street, was supposed to be a Police Academy. Now serving as a popular sports arena, especially for basketball events, the center boasts of a capacity of 2700. Apart from regular matches organized here, the place doubles up as a venue for exhibitions and conventions. Centre Pierre Charbonneau is also known for extra curricular training, such as music, martial arts and much more.
A district of Montreal, created to lend a venue to the Summer Olympics of 1976, Olympic Park is located on the Pierre-De Coubertin Avenue and is roughly bound by Rue Sherbrooke and Rue Viau. It is here that the iconic, funicular Olympic Tower is located, which is home to many sport facilities like the seven state-of-the-art aquatic pools. Olympic Park is also home to many other structures like the Olympic Village and the Montreal Biodome.