If you have cosmetic surgery in Montreal or any other country, you may need to stay for several months to see your doctor and take the necessary tests, so there are loads of things you need to plan and take into account.
Accommodation in Montreal
When you have booked cosmetic surgery, or any other type of surgery, in Montreal, you will need to stay at a hotel that is suitable for your budget with the necessary services to make your stay comfortable.
There are hundreds of hotels in Montreal that vary in size, location, service, duration of stay, hotels with a combination of good prices and good services:
- Auberge le Jardin d’Antoine and its price ranges from $139 to $226 per night and is located in
2024 Saint-Denis st., Montreal, Quebec H2X 3K7, Canada
- Auberge Bonaparte costs from $185 to $715 per night and is addressable
447 St.-Francois Xavier, Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1, Canada
- Chateau de l’Argoat is priced from $123 to $233 per night and is located in
524 Sherbrooke Est st., Montreal, Quebec H2L 1K1, Canada
You can find more details about other hotels in Canada through trip advisor.
Transportation in Montreal
There are various types of transport in Montreal. You can travel by bike, bus, train covering 52 stations or the subway that goes to 68 stations. Tickets can be purchased from any metro station in cash or by credit card. A trip can cost anything from $3.25 to $6.
Some metro stations with a ground elevator have been designed to facilitate mobility for people with special needs. You can also contact car rental companies and book a taxi for those traveling with wheelchairs.
Communicating in Montreal
The people of Montreal speak French and English, so if you want to travel or do cosmetic surgery in Montreal you will need to master these two languages to deal with doctors. If your French or English is weak, you will need a professional interpreter, especially in medical terminology. Translation is an art but some people seek translation as a profitable profession. Without studying which leads to distortion of the meaning intended, and to be sure to ask your professional translator the following things:
- What are your qualifications in translation?
- How many years of experience in full-time translation do you have?
- What is your mother tongue? It is better to translate it into a native language.
- What is the translator’s specialty? An official translator is specialized in a particular type of translation, such as medical, legal or literary translation.
- Are you officially accredited by the Association of Translators in the Province of Quebec?
Other things you can do while in Montreal
Have a good time while going for your cosmetic surgery in Montreal, a city with many sights, such as Mont RoyalMont-Royal which has a magnificent view of 51 miles from the island of Ile de Montréal and St. Lawrence.
You can also walk around the historic monuments and 17th-century buildings of Old Montreal and visit the old harbor docks set up for tourists.
Some parks can also be visited, such as the Botanical Garden, which is characterized by its diversity of flora and fauna, the presence of many species of birds, and the Olympic Park where the Olympic Games were held.
You can also visit St Louis’s Square, which has many historic buildings of attractive colors.
Be sure to do the necessary research before your surgery and ensure that you will be able to stay comfortably while experiencing the wonderful city of Montreal.