At the InterContinental Montréal, we know that your wedding is one of the most important day in your life and we are proud to be a part of it. Our many packages make planning this great event and respect your budget much easier. Also, the support offered by our experts will help you make this day truly memorable.
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We offer four packages to fit your needs. From the floral arrangement to choosing the menu and decorating the room, our experts accompany you every step of the way in order to make your ceremony and your reception unforgettable.
Gaspard-Joseph Chaussegros de Léry, Chief Engineer of New France, designed and oversaw the plans for Montréal's defensive systems in the 18th century. Between 1687 and 1689, a wooden palisade was raised around the budding city. Stone ramparts were built from 1717 to 1744. A symbol of authority and security, the fortifications of Montréal were built to be plainly visible to potential attackers. After its adoption in 1801, the Act for the Dismantling of Fortifications ordered the demolition of these imposing structures between 1804 and 1817. The city was thus unimpeded as it grew into surrounding communities and along the river. Today, a segment of La Ruelle des fortifications is accessible from the World Trade Centre Montréal, inaugurated in 1992. Covered by an immense skylight, La Ruelle des fortifications is a vast, luminous atrium which can host events welcoming 350 to 800 people.
You will be dazzled by Les Voûtes, deep below the Nordheimer, the only heritage building in the World Trade Centre Montréal to have been restored to its original state. The building includes three 36-metre caverns, two of which were constructed in 1820 under the original wooden structures that appeared after the demolition of the fortifications. The third was excavated in 1845, between the two originals, below the stone edifice which now covers the entire.