Intercontinental Hotel

360 Saint-Antoine St W
Montreal, QC H2Y 3X4, Canada

Phone: +1 514-987-9900

1 minute walk to conference venue: Directly across the street, can also be accessed underground. 

$229 CAD/night

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Intercontinental
DoubleTree By Hilton

DoubleTree by Hilton Montreal

1255 Jeanne Mance Street, Montreal, Quebec, H5B 1E5, Canada
Phone: +1 514-285-1450

$239 CAD/night

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HOTEL MONVILLE

1041 RUE DE BLEURY MONTRÉAL, QUEBEC H2Z 1M7 CANADA
Phone: +1 514-379-2000

$209 CAD/night

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Hotel Monville
Le Westin

Le Westin Montreal

270 Saint-Antoine Ouest Montreal, Quebec H2Y 0A3
Phone: +1 866-837-4262

$249 CAD/night

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Holiday Inn: Montreal Centreville Downtown

999 rue Saint-Urbain, Montreal, Quebec H2Z 0B4
Phone: +1 888-878-9888 used code QIE

$229 CAD/night

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Holiday Inn

Be Aware of Fraudulent Accommodations Solicitations for IEEE SENSORS 2019

As a potential attendee of IEEE SENSORS 2019, you may be contacted by phone or email by fraudulent outside accommodation companies to secure hotel reservations for IEEE SENSORS 2019. The intent is to convince you that the offer is made on IEEE SENSORS 2019 behalf, or that the soliciting company is a viable alternative to going directly to the hotel. These companies are not affiliated or working in partnership with IEEE SENSORS 2019, and reservations made through these companies cannot be guaranteed.
 

Avoid Hotel Fraud

Unfortunately, exhibitors and attendees can fall prey to accommodation offers from fraudulent companies. These hotel providers present themselves under names such as Allen & Stratton Events, Euro-Events, International Trade Show Council (ITC), Premier Destinations, Star Eventz, and Universal Shows. This is not an exhaustive list – these outfits change names each year in the hopes of being trusted.
 

How Does Hotel Fraud Work?

Fraudulent companies repeatedly contact (either by phone or email) our event participants with room offers for the week of IEEE SENSORS 2019. Their website, calls, and/or emails mention IEEE SENSORS 2019, and may even include our logo in the hopes of looking like an official or legitimate provider.
 
No one should ever phone, email, or contact you in any way requesting your credit card to make a hotel reservation for IEEE SENSORS 2019.
 
These groups promote attractive deals with local accommodation providers, but once payment has been received, the company disappears and can no longer be contacted by phone or email. Once the attendee contacts the hotel directly about their room, they realize the hotel has no record of them or their stay. Not only is their money gone, but they must also then scramble to find last-minute accommodation, which is rarely convenient to the venue.
 
This practice takes money directly from our customers and negatively impacts their IEEE SENSORS 2019 experience. We do everything we can to stop these companies preying on our attendees, and we don’t want this to happen to you.
 

How to Avoid Fraud

Follow the recommendations below to best prepare yourself to not fall victim to this fraudulent practice. 
  • Book through our recommended/official hotel. We work to deliver consistently good hotels for our participants.
  • Do not only rely on the presence of the IEEE SENSORS 2019 name and logo on accommodation providers’ websites, as our name and logo are being used unlawfully. The only accommodation company recommended by IEEE SENSORS 2019 is allowed to use our name and logo.
  • If using another supplier, thoroughly investigate all documentation regarding the company making the offer. Check carefully online to make sure they’re a reputable supplier with a history of satisfied, actual customers before sending any funds.
  • Use credit cards to guarantee your rooms, rather than wire transfers. If your supplier turns out to be fraudulent, credit cards typically offer some form of consumer protection, where wire transfers do not.