Recent and new hotel openings in Montréal

published on November 9, 2017
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Montréal’s hotel offerings run the gamut from world-class splendour to eye-popping budget accommodations, some of which you and your attendees already know and love. And in 2017-2018 Montréal welcomes eight more sure to provide an unforgettable backdrop and accommodation for your next event. 



Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth

Re-opened in July 2017 after extensive renovations, the grand dame of Montréal hotels returned with all-new features including gourmet dining options, an urban market right off the lobby and the Agora event space. Two of the city’s historical Cité Mémoire projections tell part of the Queen E’s storied past, one of which commemorates John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s infamous Bed-in for Peace in room 1742.

Le Mount Stephen

Opening its doors in spring 2017, the Mount Stephen has quickly gained an international reputation for luxurious amenities. Housed in the storied private club from Montréal’s Golden Square Mile era, the hotel grants a rare glimpse back to a time of supreme elegance. One of only three Canadian properties listed in The Leading Hotels of the World, the Mount Stephen combines old world glamour with cutting-edge modern design at the forefront of world-class accommodation.



Hyatt Regency Montréal

While the Hyatt Regency Montréal opened 269 rooms in June 2017, renovation work continues until Spring 2018 when the hotel unveils its new Junior Suites. A feather in the cap of an already trusted brand name, the Hyatt Regency Montréal is already a favourite of visitors and event planners alike right at the heart of the city’s festival zone overlooking Place des Festivals.


Part of an h-shaped architectural wonder in the Quartier International, Humaniti’s eight-floor four-star hotel makes up part of Montréal’s first “smart vertical community.” With 193 rooms, outdoor swimming areas high above street-level and meeting areas with stellar views, Humaniti promises only the highest standard (literally and figuratively) when it opens in Spring 2020.

Marriott AC

Canada’s first AC hotel is mere steps away from the Palais de congrès de Montréal convention centre and promises unmissable views from its 12th floor swimming area once it opens its doors in February 2018.

Birks Hotel

Since its founding in 1869, Birks has been Montréal’s mainstay jeweller. Housed atop the city’s beloved Birks store on Sainte-Catherine Street, this 120 room boutique hotel promises to be a gem of location and comfort when it receives its first guests in May 2018.

Hôtel Monville

If the views through the large bright windows of the 269 rooms at the Monville aren’t breathtaking enough, the unstoppable vantage points from the rooftop terrace will be sure to show off Montréal from an angle unlike any other. Opening March 2018.

Four Seasons Montréal

Scheduled to open in December 2018, the $400-million Four Seasons Montréal will feature 163 rooms and 18 residences offering the deluxe comfort expected of the name. Three restaurants, a grand terrace and direct shopping links with the Ogilvy luxury store will unite in a “luxury biosphere,” on bustling Sainte-Catherine Street.

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