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Royal Suite, The Ritz-Carlton, Montreal

1228 Sherbrooke Streetq, Montreal, QC H3G 1H6, Canada

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The Ritz-Carlton, Montreal

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Referred to as the ‘Grande Dame of Sherbrooke Street’, The Ritz-Carlton, Montreal has welcomed esteemed guests through its elegant doors since 1912. The hotel seamlessly blends modern comfort with old world glamor for the most luxurious stay in all of Quebec (the only AAA Five Diamond Hotel in the province).

Occupying a privileged position in the city’s Golden Square Mile, The Ritz-Carlton, Montreal sits in close proximity to some of the city’s main attractions including the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts as well as the luxury boutiques of Saint-Catherine Street (you'll find Chanel and Hermes just around the corner.)

However, you'll find The Ritz-Carlton, Montreal is every bit a destination in its own right. Take in the views of Downtown Montreal from the hotel’s heated (using renewable energy) rooftop saltwater pool, or peruse artworks by Canada’s most respected artists and sculptors in the hotel’s in-house Cosner Art Gallery.

The culinary offerings are amongst the best in the city. The exceptionally alluring Palm Court is credited as the birthplace of the world famous Ritz-Carlton Afternoon Tea. 

The lobby, illuminated by multiple chandeliers, also hosts North America’s only Dom Pérignon Champagne Bar. The five-star hotel is also home to Maison Boulud, an outpost from famed French chef Daniel Boulud of New York’s two-Michelin-star Daniel. 

The Royal Suite lives up to its billing as the hotel's top accommodation. It is The Ritz-Carlton, Montreal's most palatial suite at 4,700 sq ft and boasts 12 rooms including three king bedrooms, four bathrooms, marble fireplaces and curated artworks. 

With an exquisitely appointed 10-person dining room with a chandelier featuring dramatic splashes of purple and gold, in-room dining is taken to a whole other level.

CompanyThe Ritz-Carlton, Montreal
Price per night ($)7,500
Profile typeEnhanced
Number of bedroomsThree bedrooms
Features - in suiteWalk in wardrobes
Art collection
Welcome gifts
Leisure facilities - HotelIndoor pool
Art gallery
Hair salon
Pet friendly
Family/Child friendly
Beauty salon
Luxury and privacy optionsPrivate door away from rest of hotel
Size of master bedKing (152 × 198cm)
Number of bathroomsThree bathrooms
Number of floorsOne floor
Disability aidsAdapted bathroom features
Upper floors accessible by elevator
Entire unit wheelchair accessible
Hotel facilities for disabled guests
Step free access throughout suite
Food and drink facilities - HotelPrivate Dining
Number of restaurantsTwo restaurants
Business facilities - HotelBoard room
Event space
Conference room
Number of dedicated staffOne member of staff
ViewsGarden views
Transport optionsAirport transfers
Luxury brandsDiptyque
Sustainability initiativesComposting
Local charity support
Renewable energy
Honey production
Recycling systems - Paper/card
26-50% (Energy - Renewable sources)
Community initiatives
Treatment of waste material
Recycling systems - Food
Plastic management
Recycling systems - Plastic
LED lighting
Suite typeCity
Gold 2024, Access
Gold 2024, Sustainability
Bronze 2024, Luxury

The Ritz-Carlton, Montreal

1228 Sherbrooke Street, Montreal, QC H3G 1H6, Canada

The Ritz-Carlton, Montreal first opened its doors to guests in 1912. With extensive renovations, over a century later the hotel proudly maintains its reputation as one of the most prestigious five-star hotels in the city. 

Preserved original features and modern glass elements immerse guests in a blend of timeless elegance and modern sophistication. Warm, sun-lit accommodations allow guests to look out onto wondrous views of the surrounding gardens and stunning cityscape. Each suite features marble fireplaces and is home to separate living areas to allow for maximum comfort.

For those seeking ultimate indulgence, the hotel is home to the Dom Pérignon Bar, the only one of its kind in North America. Why not unwind with a glass of champagne, or head over to Palm Court to enjoy Afternoon Tea, a tradition upheld since the hotel’s inception? The hotel’s restaurant Maison Boulud beckons fine dining enthusiasts, where they can enjoy exquisite French-inspired cuisine crafted by Daniel Boulud. 



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