Major hotel openings and renovations coming to Montréal in 2020

published on October 1, 2019
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Your attendees are guaranteed an unforgettable stay in Montréal, thanks to vast and varied hotel offerings covering the gamut from trusted brands to one-of-a-kind boutique jewels you won’t find anywhere else. Each and every year, new hotels join the city’s iconic skyline – along some sure-to-impress renovations of Montréal favourites. Here’s a list of the accommodation projects we’re excited to welcome to Montréal in 2020.

New openings

Hôtel Uville Montréal

An undeniably cool hotel concept, the Hôtel Uville Montréal aims to re-create the visionary 1960s and 1970s in Montréal, capturing the design savvy and excitement of the legendary Expo 67 and 1976 Olympics. Rooms come outfitted with vinyl players (and records by favourites like Leonard Cohen), in-room exhibitions tell the story of Montréal of the period and curated films provided by the National Film Board bringing the past to life.

Rooms available: 33
Opening date: October 2019
Address: 204 Youville Place
Website: uvillehotelmontreal.com

Hôtel le Lux

Focusing on the transformation of classic buildings in Old Montréal, the Epik Collection expands into one of the historic quartier’s most iconic buildings. Promising big experiences in smaller spaces, Epik’s boutique hotels never fail to impress, and the Hôtel le Lux is sure to be another feather in their cap.

Rooms available: 37
Opening date: End of Q2, 2020
Address: 225 Saint-Jacques Street
Website: epikcollection.com

Hôtel Humaniti

Part of Marriott’s Autograph Collection, Humaniti is more than just a hotel – it’s part of Montréal’s first “smart vertical community.” A recipient of WELL certification, Humaniti will also offer event space for up to 4,000 attendees (who surely won’t mind the exterior spa and swimming pool during downtime). Part condo building, part hotel, part local gathering place and altogether an architectural wonder, the epic $200-million budget Humaniti is a project we’ve all been waiting for with baited breath.

Rooms available: 193
Opening date: September 2020
Address: 385 Viger Avenue West
Website: humanitimontreal.com

Westbury Montréal Hilton Garden Inn / Homewood Suites

As part of a massive six-hectare redevelopment of the Westbury quartier of the Côte-des-Neiges borough, the Westbury Montréal hotel (part Hilton Garden Inn and part Homewood Suites) is changing the landscape of the neighbourhood. Besides offering 5,000 square feet of event space with a capacity of up to 350 people, we’re sure the 2,800 square foot outdoor terrace will be a big hit with attendees and visitors alike. Proximity to the Namur métro station gives easy access to the rest of the city, and also the opportunity for selfies with the near-by iconic Orange Julep diner.

Rooms available: 157 (Hilton Garden Inn), 133 (Hilton Homewood Suites)
Opening date: September 2020
Address: 4301 Jean-Talon Street West
Website: westburymontreal.com

Hilton Hampton Inn Chinatown

Brought to the lively and colourful Chinatown neighbourhood, the Hilton Hampton Inn Chinatown will offer the comfort expected of the name – and in close proximity to our innovative convention centre, the Palais des congrès de Montréal.

Rooms available: 175
Opening date: Q4, 2020
Address: Viger Avenue / St-Laurent Street
Website: hilton.com

Hôtel Mile-End

One of the coolest neighbourhoods in the world, the Mile-End is a Montréal must-see. With its four floors of stylish rooms, restaurant, rooftop terrace, basement cinema screening room and main floor gallery space, the Hôtel Mile-End promises to be a fitting addition to the area. Created by Hubert Marsolais of the popular local eatery and bar Chasse et pêche and Henri Cleinge, architect of Crew Collective (Forbes Magazine’s “most beautiful co-working space in the world”), this boutique hotel is sure to quickly earn a place as a Montréal favourite.

Rooms available: 33
Opening date: Q3 2020
Address: Laurier Avenue / Esplanade Avenue
Website: TBC, but for now some great other photos of Cleinge’s work at cleinge.com

New renovations

Hôtel le Germain Montréal

The Hôtel le Germain Montréal’s $20-million renovation sees the addition of four more floors, a facelift of the building’s exterior, common spaces, additional meeting rooms and a move of the hotel’s gym. Noted Montréal architect Zebulon Perron (designer of Marcus at the Four Seasons) is also remodelling the restaurant space – and we can hardly wait. Already a preferred place to stay, the revamped le Germain is dressed to impress.

Rooms available: 136
Opening date: September 2019
Address: 2050 Mansfield Street
Website: legermainhotels.com

Hôtel Bonaventure Montréal

Beloved for its rooftop pool and terrace, the Hôtel Bonaventure unveiled their new meeting spaces in 2019, and are completing a hotel-wide overhaul of rooms at a rate of 165 per year. But worry not – with only 50-65 rooms closed at a time, the Bonaventure is still is still in full swing.

Rooms available: 397
Opening date: April 2020
Address: 900 de la Gauchetière Street West
Website: hotelbonaventure.com

Montréal Airport Marriott In-Terminal Hotel

A leading choice for ”in and out” meetings, the Marriott In-Terminal Hotel is undergoing a series of renovations, including wood flooring for rooms on the concierge floor and new technological innovations throughout the hotel. Affecting only a few rooms at a time, the Marriott In-Terminal will remain open during renovations.

Rooms available: 279
Opening date: October 2020
Address: 800 Leigh-Capreol Place
Website: marriott.com

Hôtel le Centre Sheraton Montréal

Renovating the hotel’s 825 rooms in two phases at a budget of $50-million, the Le Centre Sheraton remains a perfect choice for downtown Montréal accommodations. And with 31 meeting spaces, there’s a wealth of options for events to boot. As one of the tallest buildings in the city, your attendees are also guaranteed an unforgettable view over Montréal when in the comfort of their rooms.

Rooms available: 825
Opening date: April 2020
Address: 1201 René-Lévesque Boulevard West
Website: marriott.com

Marriott Château Champlain Montréal

One of Montréal’s most iconic hotels, the Marriott Château Champlain was built to house the worldwide visitors arriving for Expo 67, and thrilling them with stellar views and comfortable rooms ever since. The 25 meeting rooms (including one on the 36th floor with an unbeatable view) also make this an all-time favourite for events. With a budget of over $30-million, they’ll be renovating 100 rooms at a time, followed by an overhall of the suites and common areas and the transformation of the pool into a 3,400 square foot wellness area.

Rooms available: 614
Opening date: April 2021
Address: 1050 de la Gauchetière Street West
Website: marriott.com

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