Nestled in the Saint-Sauveur Valley, Saint-Sauveur is one of the best-known towns in the Laurentides region.
When Montréalers head north, Saint-Sauveur is a popular destination—summer and winter alike. A playground par excellence for outdoor enthusiasts, with water slides, hiking, biking and more, the town and its valley are also home to an array of cultural activities and events.
The region takes its name from the chain of mountains which runs down its northern side, and is part of the great Canadian Shield, which covers most of Quebec north of the St. Lawrence River. In each season, nature transports the traveller into a unique universe, so much so that the Laurentians is a place to rediscovered over and over again: it’s always a pleasure to return. So come and find your special corner of the Laurentians to which we are sure you’ll want to keep coming back: it’s one of North America’s true natural paradises.
Located only 70km from the Pierre-Elliot-Trudeau International Airport in Montreal, the Manoir Saint-Sauveur is a resort which boasts the largest convention centre in the Laurentians.
In fact, it has hosted other meetings of physicists who are interested in photons a few times already.
We have reserved a contingent of rooms that should be booked in advance.
The button on the right will take you to the booking site of the hotel with a special rate for ISWAMP participants.