Montreal Canadiens Suites

Bell Centre, Montreal, QC

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Montreal Canadiens Suite Prices and Details

How much do Montreal Canadiens suites cost?

Montreal Canadiens suites cost, on average, between $5,500-$10,000 (USD) per game prior to catering expenses. Pricing fluctuates based on opponent, day of the week, and suite level. An open bar (beer, wine, liquor) is included in the rental cost, but food is not. In general, lower level (Level 3)... MORE

How many guests can fit in a Canadiens suite?

Montreal Canadiens suites have a capacity of 12-20. Suites will come with a base quantity of 12 tickets with the option to add extra tickets, as needed. Select Super Suites on Level 5 can fit groups of 40.

Suite Levels at Bell Centre

Level 3 Luxury Suite

12 Tickets
2 Parking
Beverages Included

Level 5 Luxury Suite

12 Tickets
2 Parking
Catering Available

Bell Centre Event Planning Guide

Catering

In-suite catering is available to purchase for all suites at Bell Centre. Most suite rentals come inclusive of an open bar package (soft drinks, beer, wine, alcohol) included in the price. Food is not included, but rather available to purchase in advance of, or during, your event.

Parking and Transportation

Luxury suite rentals come with VIP parking passes valid in the Bell Centre's main lot on Saint-Antoine street. Parking lots will open several hours prior to a game or event.

Budget

Suite costs at Bell Center depend on event. For Montreal Canadiens (NHL) hockey games, suites cost between $5,500-$10,000 USD, on average. Premium games, especially on weekdays, can cost more. Suite prices for concerts range widely based on performer.

Dress Code

There is no formal dress code for the suite levels at Bell Centre. Corporate groups will typically be dressed in business casual attire. However, many patrons will also wear casual attire and team-branded apparel. Suites are climate-controlled with a coat closet for storage.

Venue Bag Policy

All backpacks, coolers and large bags are prohibited, regardless of size. Small, soft-side totes under 35cm X 35cm X 15.25cm are permissible. Outside food/drink is not allowed inside Bell Centre.

Entrances

VIP doors at the Main Entrance open 90 minutes prior to puck-drop. Ancillary VIP entrances are located in la Cour Rio Tinto courtyard and the tunnel that connects Bonaventure metro to the arena.

Child Ticket Policy

Children 2 years of age an under do not require a separate ticket for admission. Luxury suites can provide a safe environment for families and groups entertaining with younger children. There is no minimum age requirement for events at the Bell Centre.

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Canadiens Spotlight

Current NHL Season

The Habs have not won a playoff series in the past four seasons, but a boatload of young talent is expected to pay dividends this season for Montreal under head coach Claude Julien.

The names expected to take a step up this season include Max Domi, Tomas Tatar, Jonathan Drouin, Brendan Gallagher, and Phillip Danault. An increase in scoring will help the defense and longtime goaltender Carey Price, who would love nothing more than capping his stellar career by bringing the Stanley Cup home to Canada. Defenseman Shea Weber is adept at putting up points while anchoring the blue line.

One of the most historic franchises in the NHL provides you with several amazing in-game premium experiences at the Bell Centre. The Locker Room Experience gives you access to the President’s private suite (where food and an open bar await), which is located next to the Habs’... MORE

Past Spotlights

The Montreal Canadiens showed why they are one of the most elite NHL franchises last season, showing poise and bouncing back from a disappointing 2015-16 season to win the Atlantic Division in 2016-17. Leading the way was top scorer and captain Max Pacioretty, who finished the season with 67 points. Alex Galchenyuk had another productive year, adding 44 points despite playing in just 61 games. All-Star defenseman Shea Weber had a commanding blueline presence, contributing to a +20 plus/minus last season. Winger Brendan Gallagher, despite his small stature, remains the heart and soul of this team. The Canadiens will look to again advance into the playoffs, which will again depend heavily on the health of All-Star goalie Carey Price. 

As the most decorated franchise in the NHL with a whopping total of 24 Stanley Cups, the Canadiens owe part of their success to their loyal fanbase. The Canadiens call the Bell Centre home where they only lost 12 regular season games all year last season. The Bell Centre remains one of the toughest places to play in the National Hockey League. The most common Canadiens suite will accommodate a group of 12 but larger suites are available. With a Bell Centre suite, guests receive VIP parking, private entry and exclusive access to the arena’s private bars. Premium in-suite catering options are available in advance and during the game in any Canadiens suite. A skybox is the perfect place to enjoy the raucous Bell Center environment as the Canadiens embark on their Stanley Cup quest. 

The Montreal Canadiens aim to bounce back from a disappointing 2015-16 season. The Canadiens made a blockbuster trade in the offseason shipping long-time defenseman P.K. Subban to Nashville for All-Star defenseman Shea Weber. Weber brings a calmer presence on the blueline and certainly more leadership than Subban. The Canadiens will return top scorers Max Pacioretty, Alex Galchenyuk, and Tomas Plekanec in 2016. The Canadiens remain a small, but impressively fast team. Winger Brendan Gallagher, although small in stature, remains the heart and sole of this team. In 2016, Gallager will be counted on as a team leader as one of the teams assitant captains. The Canadiens ability to advance deep in the playoffs will depend heavily on the health of All-Star goalie Carey Price. Look for the Canadiens to play their typcal style of high-speed, systems oriented hockey. 

The Canadiens call the Bell Centre home where they only lost 9 regular season games all year last season. The Bell Centre remains one of the toughest places to play in the National Hockey League. The most common Canadiens suite will accommodate a group of 12 but larger suites are available. With a Bell Centre suite, guests receive VIP parking, private entry and exclusive access to the arena’s private bars. Premium in-suite catering options are available in advance and during the game in any Canadiens suite. A luxury suite is the perfect place to enjoy the raucous Bell Center environment as the Canadiens embark on their Stanley Cup quest. 

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