Port of Montréal in Canada
The Port of Montreal, constructed in 1830, is one of the oldest ports in Canada. Today its a major cargo and container port for Eastern Canada. Enjoy the view of the harbor while taking a boat tour of the historic Old Port or St Lawrence River.
The ship terminal is located within easy reach of many hotels, restaurants, shops and only steps from major attractions. Many accommodations are located in old historic buildings, some are facing Saint-Lawrence River. Notre Dame Basilica is within walking distance.
Cruises depart from the Port of Montreal Iberville Passenger Terminal on De la Commune Street (Alexandra Pier) in Old Montreal close to the Old Port. Some cruise ships are often moved to T-3 in the cargo terminal area due to high water levels.
Hotels with Free Cruise Shuttle?
No Montreal hotels in the Downtown area offer a shuttle service to the cruise terminal since the port is located so close. Several hotels are located within easy walking distance (no shuttle needed).
Note: Most ships dock in the Old Town but some cruise ships are docked at Terminal 3 – Port of Montreal, 10 minutes north of Iberville cruise terminal.
1. Hôtel Uville Montréal ★★★★
Distance from Cruise Port : 3 minutes walk
2. Le Petit Hotel Montreal ★★★★
Distance from Cruise Port : 4 minutes walk
3. Hotel Nelligan ★★★★
Distance from Cruise Port : 5 minutes walk
Distance from Cruise Port : 9 minutes walk