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Montreal World Trade Centre, Montreal

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  • I went there on a Canadian holiday so most of the stores were closed. Nice architecture. Like the glass roof, the open atmosphere, the gorgeous fountain (Amphitrite fountain & black granite reflecting...  more »
  • If you are visiting Montreal, put this site about 31st in your list of places to visit. The location is a series of unremarkable office towers, with glass atria between some buildings, creating places...  more »
  • More than one entry to this mix of old & new, be sure to see the exterior & interior from all. Such soaring height & light inside especially on the central section of all floors. The Reflection Pool w...  more »
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  • Really good looking place, i was also stunned to see a piece of the Berlin wall. There's a hotel and some businesses like starbucks or scotia bank.
  • montreal's world trade center that houses offices, hotel and a couple of shops which are located on the main floor. you are not going here for the shops as its mostly cater to the workers in the complex. its the same kind of businesses you can find out there. you end up here mostly for the hotel (which i never went) and the architecture. it is here that you can find the gorgeous greek like sculpture as well as the bassin. its nice to look at and you'll definitely spot future Mr and Mrs getting their pictures taken. the easiest access is by metro, the square victoria station. just follow the direction in the tunnel and you'll never have to set foot outside. other than that, its a 5-10 minutes stop, max
  • Distinguished place and good for little walk and indoor food court with natural lighting. I enjoying going there particularly in winter. Has some shops and cafe.But mostly offices.
  • Beautiful building! I've come here a few times for lunch and have found the food court to be utterly uninspired though.
  • At the food court, there are only 6 or 7 restaurants but it has plenty of room to sit.