Travel Classics Writers
Conference in Montréal May 17-20, 2018
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Travel Classics International 2018

Fairmont Queen Elizabeth
Montréal, Canada
May 17-20, 2018


Conference Fees:

Early Bird (until Jan. 15, 2018): $650
After Jan. 15: $750
Spouse/Guest: $650
Additional 3% service fee for PayPal
Discount for past TC Attendees: $200

Fairmont Queen Elizabeth

$240 CAN /per night, single; or $280 CAN double, excluding applicable taxes, currently at 18.5%. Gratuities and daily buffet breakfast are included. Price is in Canadian dollars. Media rates will be extended 3 days before and 3 days after the conference.


Travel Classics Writers Conferences:

There's no better way to stay in the loop of major magazine markets, as you enhance your career with great writing assignments. Travel Classics is unlike any other conference on Earth.

Conference and Accommodations fees include:
  • 3 nights accommodations with breakfast and gratuities
  • 3 scheduled breakfasts, lunches, and dinners
  • Refreshments during 4 scheduled breaks
  • All evening activities (including transportation to and from offsite events)
  • Editor presentations and one-on-one consultations with 7 or more editors
  • Exposure on in Alumni News and TC Authors Section
Not included:
  • Airfare
  • Ground transportation to and from airport
  • Lunches and snacks for guests

Your Destination: Montréal

A striking union of European charm and North American attitude, Montréal seduces visitors with a harmonious pairing of the historic and the new, from exquisite architecture to fine dining.

120 distinct ethnic communities are represented in its population of more than 3.6 million, making Montréal a veritable mosaic of cultures and traditions. The world's second largest francophone city after Paris, it merits the moniker "international" city, a cosmopolitan centre with proud roots in the past that enthusiastically embraces the future. Its avant-garde spirit has not gone unnoticed: in 2006, Montréal was named a UNESCO City of Design.

Day and night, Montréal pulses with activity. Each season, it is host to an array of events, exhibitions and gatherings for the thousands of culture, nature and thrill seekers who come here to enjoy its diverse offerings. The best way to get to know the city is on foot, through any one of its many colourful and vibrant neighbourhoods which overflow with markets, boutiques, restaurants and local cafés. Montréalers are naturally charming and quite often multilingual. Their spontaneity and ability to welcome visitors have propelled Montréal to its current position of international host city, where some of the world's most exciting events are held annually.

Fairmont Queen Elizabeth

In the heart of Montréal's thriving shopping and business district you will find Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth - a 1960s classic hotel that was transformed into a contemporary lifestyle space, complete with modern technologies and amenities. The full completion scheduled for fall of 2017 will create additional suites; expanded Fairmont Gold rooms and lounge; an inspiring new business hub and meeting space; a signature bar, restaurant and urban market; a Wellness Centre and indoor pool; an outdoor terrace; and a vibrant lobby event space. We're excited to unveil our reimagined way to do business in our city, and to share it with you!éal
Place Jacques-Cartier
Credit : Tourisme Montréal, Stéphan Poulin
Montréal Architecture
Credit : Tourisme Montréal
Old Port of Montréal
Credit : Denis Lauzon
Festival Go Vélo MTL
Credit : Gaétan Fontaine
Biosphere, musée de l'environnement
Credit : Orlando G. Cerocchi
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