Canada has updated its list of government-authorized quarantine hotels where non-essential international air travellers must spend up to three nights as they await COVID-19 test results, adding ten hotels in Montreal and removing one.\nAs of February 21, the federal government had listed four designated hotels near the Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport. As of March 2, the list totalled 13 hotels.\nEditor's Choice: Quebec Worries For A 'Calm Before The Storm' In Montreal Due To The COVID-19 U.K. Variant\n\nThe revised list of hotels is as follows:\n\n\nBaymont by Wyndham Montreal Airport\n\n\nComfort Inn Dorval\n\n\nComfort Inn Pointe-Claire\n\n\nCrowne Plaza Montreal Airport\n\n\nDays Inn by Wyndham Montreal Airport Conference Centre\n\n\nDoubleTree by Hilton Montreal Airport\n\n\nEmbassy Suites by Hilton Montreal Airport (online booking available)\n\n\nHampton Inn and Suites by Hilton\n\n\nHoliday Inn Express and Suites Montreal Airport\n\n\nMarriott Courtyard Airport Montreal (online booking available)\n\n\nMarriott Residence Inn Airport Montreal (online booking available)\n\n\nMontreal Airport Marriott In-Terminal\n\n\nRamada Plaza Hotel\n\n\nAloft Montreal Airport was removed from the Government of Canada's hotel list.\nWhile three of the 13 hotels offer online booking, non-essential travellers can also book their mandatory three-day stay by calling 1-800-294-8253 in North America or 1-613-830-2992 outside of North America.\nThe line is open from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. ET. \nIn order to book a hotel, travellers need to have the following information on-hand:\n\n\nName(s)\n\n\nDate(s) of birth\n\n\nGender(s) (male, female, or undisclosed)\n\n\nThe arrival city and date\n\n\nPayment information\n\n\nAny special requests and accessibility concerns\n\n\nPet information\n\n\nEmail address \n\n\nThe cost of the hotel stopover varies, but travellers can expect to pay upwards of $2,000 for everything from food to security to transportation and infection prevention measures.\n\nTravellers who fail to provide proof of their hotel booking prior to boarding a flight coming to Canada could be fined $3,000. \nThose who can't pay for the mandatory hotel stay will be considered "a person who is unable to quarantine."\nThey must follow the directions of a virus screening officer or quarantine officer upon entering Canada to go to a federally designated quarantine facility.\nYou can find more information on the Government of Canada's webpage.