When it opened in 1912, The Ritz-Carlton, Montreal set the standard for luxury in Canada. More than 100 years and $200 million later, the hotel offers a striking blend of modern touches with historic elements. A European-inspired retreat, the hotel features French cuisine prepared with local products at Maison Boulud, Afternoon Tea served in the beautiful Palm Court, a spa with advanced treatments and an indoor saltwater pool with a skyline view.
In a property dating from 1912, this opulent hotel is 3 km from the Basilique Notre-Dame de Montréal and 4 km from the Vieux Port de Montréal.
Offering city or garden views, the refined rooms have free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus iPod docks, Nespresso machines, and marble bathrooms with heated floors and rainforest showerheads. Suites add separate living areas and fireplaces. Room service is available 24/7.
There’s a fine-dining restaurant by chef Daniel Boulud, a lounge serving afternoon tea, and a champagne bar. Other amenities include a rooftop terrace, an indoor saltwater pool and a fitness center, plus 12,000 sq ft of event space.
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HISTORIC MONTREAL HOTEL
In downtown Montreal, The Ritz-Carlton is an extension of the city itself: a modern tech hub with European-inspired charm. The five-star hotel is an invitation to experience the attention and indulgences of a past era, set within a landmark building. Canada’s influence is seen throughout: spa treatments featuring maple sugar, local artists displayed at the hotel’s Cosner Art Gallery and regional products showcased at in dishes at Maison Boulud.
- French restaurant from renowned chef Daniel Boulud
- The Spa St. James offering advanced facial treatments and an indoor rooftop pool
- 12,000 sq. ft. of event space for meetings and weddings
- Full kosher kitchen, florist and other in-house event services
- The Palm Court Bar and Restaurant offering 2 experiences: The Afternoon Tea and the Lounge experience
- Beautiful rooms and suites with intuitive technology and city or garden views
THE PERFECT HOTEL FOR EXPLORING HISTORIC MONTREAL
The largest city in Quebec, Montreal is a mix of European influences, tech innovation and romantic charm. Named for Mount-Royal, the hill that rises from its center, the city enchants with strollable neighborhoods filled with boutiques and museums, historic landmarks such as Notre-Dame Basilica of Montreal and annual events including the Rogers Cup, the Osheaga Music and Arts Festival and the International Jazz Festival. At this downtown hotel, near McGill University, guests can begin their exploration on Sherbrooke Street before making their way to museums, markets and more.