The Ritz-Carlton, Montreal on Sherbrooke Street has reopened after an extensive $200 million restoration.
During the restoration, the hotel’s façade was preserved and restored, public spaces were renovated and upgraded, and the guest rooms were redesigned. The hotel now has 98 rooms and 31 suites, as well as 46 new luxury residences. The 4,700-square-foot Royal Suite is the largest hotel suite in Montreal. Also restored were the lobby, the Palm Court, the Oval Room and the hotel’s garden.
The guest rooms feature high-tech amenities, such as thermostats that will program a guest’s temperature preferences on check-in, and motion sensors that activate lights when guests enter a dark room.
The hotel has 10,000 square feet of meeting space, accommodating up to 300 people.
Guests can dine at chef Daniel Boulud’s restaurant, 130-seat Maison Boulud, at the 46-seat year-round greenhouse, or on the new terrace on Sherbrooke Street. They can enjoy afternoon tea in the hotel’s gardens, work out at the gym, or take a dip in the new indoor salt-water pool.