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Bell Centre, Montreal
(4.2/5 based on 950+ reviews on the web)
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  • I liked the atmosphere prevailing in the Bell centre. It's really good and fun in addition to the hockey game. Pity that our children are now big, they really thought to the smallest at the Bell centre
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  • Went to a Montreal Canadiens game here. Got tickets from scalpers outside at a decent price. Venue was easy to navigate and there really wasn't a bad seat in the house. 
  • My son and I travelled to Montreal to watch the age old rivalry. He has been a HABS fan since the age of 5....not sure what inspired him but he has been a loyal fan for 21 years. Greats seats and the ...  more »
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  • This venue reminds me so much of Madison Square Garden (after the renovations) that I practically knew where everything was in advance. The site lines to the center and ends of the arena are good. There aren't any pesky support columns to obstruct your view and the sound system that the band brought with them seemed to fit in their nicely. The concession stands were functional. They could use more restaurants to provide some higher end food. Traffic flowed easily and the stadium filled and emptied efficiently.
  • Im here almost everyday... meh its alright... not costa rica doh..
  • Went twice in recent months both to see a hockey game and to attend a concert. In both cases the seating and viewing angles seemed to be more than adequate from the red section. Concessions are a bit pricey but that is to be expected. Hot Dogs are absolutely tiny. They could and should be bigger. Poutine is ridiculously small. Decent access to the building from many entrances. The place is kept very clean and the staff is very helpful in helping you get to your seats etc. Poor security policy on not allowing small bags (they take the time to check everything else) nor having any storage area for them. Overall a decent venue, but slightly below average.
  • Good reasonably priced food and drinks(comparing to Chicago). Walking distance from grand Central station in front of Bonaventure place. Friendly staff. Beautiful arena. A little messy to get in but not that big of a deal. All the 24 flags for their Stanley cups hanging there makes it historic just as it is for any hockey fan. Great experience.
  • Was given tickets...but apparently wheelchair area...was told we could buy others for $175.00 a piece. Both of us had to arrange time off as well as expenses to travel from New Brunswick as well as hotel. Wanted to see the Habs in their home tiwn. All this to go back to a hotel to watch a game we could watch at home. Thank you Bell Center staff for making our time in Montreal a time to remember. Four days of wasted time and money waiting for an event that did not happen.