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Loyola Jesuit Hall and Conference Centre

The Loyola Jesuit Hall and Conference Centre multi-purpose venue on Concordia’s west-end campus opened its doors in February 2012. Open to the public, the newly refurbished space is warm and inviting. The decor is a deft combination of modern, blonde wood doors and floor in the main room that contrast with the more traditional dark wood window and door frames and carpeting of the adjoining rooms. A gas fireplace and modern set of leather couches add to the coziness while the glass wall and steel lighting fixtures give the room a contemporary feel. A welcoming lounge area and three conference halls are situated on the main level. A seminar room and two small conference rooms also connected by a lounge, are on the upper level.

The newly restored centre has been outfitted with state-of-the-art equipment, while preserving its original charm and history. Located at Concordia’s Loyola Campus in the heart of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, the centre boasts ample parking and is ideally suited to host meetings, workshops, receptions, weddings, as well as business and personal events.

View panoramic images of this facility:

The Lounge

Main Floor 1:  Salon O'Brien Family, RF 120

Main Floor 2:  Salon Loyola Alumni, RF 130

Main Floor 3:  Salon Stanford Family, RF 110

Upper Room:  Salon Rod Rousseau Family, RF 335


Floor plans and seating capacity

Plan your next event

The team at Hospitality Concordia would be delighted to help you plan your next event at the Loyola Jesuit Hall and Conference Centre and create a memorable experience for you and your guests.

  • For a site visit and consultation on planning an event,
    please contact Ms. Petra Alves, Hospitality Concordia at or 514-848-2424, ext 4947.

  • To browse venue availability or make a reservation,
    please log into MyEvents. For the Concordia community, please log in to and select MyEvents Reservations.

  • For catering options,
    view our list of approved caterers who look forward to serving you and your guests.
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