Historical architecture and luxurious, modern accommodations delivered with decadence in downtown Montréal.
For more than 100 years, the Ritz-Carlton Montréal has been hailed as the “Grande Dame of Sherbrooke Street.” After closing its doors in 2008 to undergo a massive renovation, the nickname fits now better than ever. Reopened in 2012 just in time for a lavish celebration of its centennial, this Ritz-Carlton provides a wide range of services and luxurious amenities for those who demand top-tier service and style. Rooms and suites feature luxuries such as original 1912 marble fireplaces, hardwood flooring or 48-pile wool carpeting, motion-sensor-activated lighting, functional windows covered in both sheer and blackout curtains and USB-charger ports. Bathrooms are notable with towel warmers, heated floors and counters, window de-foggers, self-lowering/raising toilet seats, bathtubs, 24-inch TVs and rain, power or steam showers. Guests who book the sumptuous Royal Suite can enjoy a full meeting/dining room that seats up to twelve people, separate sitting areas and a variety of curated artwork. All rooms feature stunning views of the Montréal cityscape. Luxury extends to the house dining venues, including Maison Boulud, which is led by Chef Daniel Boulud and serves French dishes focused on local produce and artisan products from Québec. The hotel also showcases Bouquet Fleuriste by Jean-Pascal, where resident florist Jean-Pascal Lemire crafts artistic arrangements to be displayed throughout the hotel (and upon request for private events). Additionally, the hotel has 11,000 square feet of meeting space and a team of meeting and event planners able to accommodate gatherings ranging from twelve-person boardroom meetings to 350-guest galas.