The Ritz-Carlton Montreal recently completed a $200 million restoration led by local architects Provencher_Roy Associés Architectes. The team successfully took on the task of preserving the Ritz-Carlton Montreal’s history while adding contemporary touches. The hotel’s facades and elegant Adam-style interiors make it a gem among Montreal architecture, and it is the only building in Montreal that has functioned solely as a hotel from its opening in 1912 to present day.
From the moment you pull up to the porte cochere illuminated with marquee-style filament bulbs to once you are settled in at the famous Palm Court with a glass of champagne from the Dom Pérignon bar (the only one in Canada), the Ritz-Carlton Montreal will put you in the right state of mind to start your Montreal vacation.
Image courtesy of Ritz-Carlton Montreal.