The Ritz-Carlton Montreal Reopens

By Michael Acampora on 28 May 2012
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The Ritz-Carlton Montreal reopened today after a $200 million restoration.

The hotel now offers 98 rooms and 31 suites, including the 4,700 sq ft (436.6 m²) Royal Suite (the largest hotel suite in the city) and 46 luxury residences.

As part of the renovation, the hotel’s façade was restored, public spaces were upgraded, and the rooms were redesigned. New features of the guest rooms include thermostats that remember guests’ preferences on check-in and motion-activated lights.

The Ritz-Carlton Montreal’s dining options now includes chef Daniel Boulud’s restaurant Maison Boulud. Other hotel amenities include gardens, a gym, and an indoor salt-water pool.

The Ritz-Carlton Montreal was first opened in 1912. The hotel located in the city’s Golden Square Mile.

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