52nd Annual Meeting Hotel Details

hilton quebec

About Hilton Québec

The Hilton Québec is across from Old Quebec City, a UNESCO World Heritage site, while the Plains of Abraham and Parliament are a short walk away. It's connected to the Québec City Convention Center, where the 52nd Annual Meeting will take place. You can enjoy its on-site restaurant and heated rooftop pool, as well as beautiful views of our host city. The on-site restaurant, CABU - Boire et manger, offers a breakfast buffet every morning as well as a menu à la carte for lunch and dinner. There's also a grab-and-go meal counter for drinks and snacks.

delta quebec

About Delta Québec

This contemporary Québec City family hotel is a short walk to Old Québec where you can explore historic sites along with local creperies and wine bars. It's also connected to the Québec City Convention Center, making for easy access to the Annual Meeting. The in-house restaurant, Le Bistro, is newly renovated, and you can enjoy the heated outdoor pool and fitness center. Learn more about dining options.

Guest Rooms

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old quebec


The Annual Meeting is taking place in a UNESCO World Heritage Site – Québec City, Canada. The Québec City Convention Center is within 5-20 minutes walking distance of natural, cultural and historic sites and attractions, including the Old Québec area, the Plains of Abraham, Parliament Hill, the Old Port, the Petit-Champlain district, the arts district, the Saint-Roch district and Grande Allée.

Airport & Transportation

The Québec City Convention Center is a 20-minute drive from the Jean-Lesage International Airport and 10 minutes from the bus terminal and train station in downtown Québec City. More than 15 bus lines can bring you to the convention center and connected hotels. The bus service (RTC) offers weekend or 5-day passes. 

Another option is to fly in to YUL, the Montréal airport, and from there you can take a shuttle to the Dorval VIA train station, which goes direct to Gare du Palais station in Québec City.

Passport Information

Please make sure your passport is valid and up to date for this year’s Annual Meeting. All international travelers into Canada must carry acceptable identification when entering the country, and in some cases, you must ensure that your passport has at least six months of validity left on it. The six-month validity requirement does not apply to an American citizen using a U.S. passport to enter the U.S. or Canada. However, it’s best not to cut it too close because travel can be unpredictable, and if your passport expires while you’re in Canada, you will not be allowed back in the U.S. Learn more here.

For U.S. residents in need of applying for or updating their passports, the U.S. State Department’s website indicates that current routine processing times are 6-8 weeks, and expedited times are 2-3 weeks. Please note that mailing times are not included in processing times, so plan accordingly. Learn more here.

Here's more information about traveling into Canada. 


Land Acknowledgement

NAPCRG recognizes the unique and enduring relationship that exists between Indigenous People and their traditional territories. We acknowledge that we are on the historic homeland of the Wendake-Nionwentsïo and Nitassinan (Innu) tribes formally recognized by Canada.

Let this acknowledgement serve as a reminder of our ongoing efforts to recognize, honor, and partner with the Indigenous People whose land we are on today.


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