Layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area
Spending the night at the airport
Montréal airport operates with numerous flights and connections, and therefore it is frequent to see many passengers late at night, waiting for their flight departure. The place is pretty cold and bright at night, so it is recommended to have a sleeping bag, blankets and an eyemask. Once the security controls close for the night, you will have to remain in the public area of the terminal.
Where to rest: Seats are generally uncomfortable and have armrests, but you will find better benches for resting in the check-in area. There are also several VIP lounges inside the terminal, although these close at night. As for accommodations, there is a hotel directly connected to the main building.
Baggage: You can leave your luggage at the cloakroom situated in the Domestic Arrivals Hall, available 24 hours a day.
Eating and drinking: During the night there are only two fast food outlets open.
Restrooms: Showers inside some of the VIP lounges, but not in the public toilets.
Wi-Fi: Free for 60 minutes.
Other services available around the clock: ATMs, baby changing facilities, children's playgrounds.
The Montreal Airport Marriott In-Terminal Hotel (Tel +1 514 636 6700) is connected to the terminal through the US Departures Hall. There are other options nearby, many of which provide courtesy transfers for their guests. Sheraton Montreal Airport Hotel (Tel +1 514 631 2411), Aloft Montreal Airport (Tel +1 514 633 0900), Comfort Inn Aéroport (Tel +1 514 636 3391), Hotel MTL Express (Tel +1 514 631 4811), DoubleTree by Hilton Montreal Airport (Tel +1 514 631 4811), Fairfield Inn & Suites Montreal Airport (Tel +1 514 631 2424), Airport Inn Dorval (Tel +1 514 828 5080), Beausejour Hotel Apartments (Tel +1 514 576 3370), Holiday Inn Express & Suites Montreal Airport (Tel +1 514 422 8080).