The resort is centrally situated in downtown Montreal. The region is dominated by the remarkable design of McGill University, while Montreal’s Beaux Arts museum is another door. High-end department store Holt Renfrew sits together with the home, while there are a assortment of upscale boutiques in walking distance. The Place des Arts cultural district is less than 20 minutes’ walk away. Metro: Peel (Green Line).
Style & personality
Décor combines modern comfort with much more timeless capabilities. The elegant Palm Court from the entry lobby sets the tone – believe expansive marble fireplace, brightly colored ceilings and views. In chambers, the overall theme is timeless with a modern finish from the colors and lines, kitsch lighting fixtures and feature walls. The rooftop indoor pool, with its perspective of the city skyline, is a layout highlight.
Service & amenities
Service is hot and exceptionally cautious. In the hot towel and water provided at check into an abysmal ordered cab on death, expect to become completely well looked after from begin to finish.
The resort has a generously sized fitness center with a large assortment of gear, and sauna and steam facilities at the changing rooms. The show-stopping saltwater pool has been accompanied by an attractive patio lounge. Guests may also reserve treatments spanning massage along with a non invasive ‘facelift’ in the in-house St James spa.
Rooms are decorated in a traditional style, evidenced by neutral colors with splashes of color. Engineered hardwood flooring and remote-controlled marble fireplaces can be found in higher room ranges. The huge beds are incredibly comfortable, and exceptional sound-proofing and black-out blinds help guarantee a fantastic night’s sleep.
Plug sockets are handily placed and feature incorporated adaptors. Light can be put at a selection of levels, although the controls are somewhat complex to function. Nespresso machines are as standard. The glistening marble baths are pleasingly indulgent, including under-floor heating in addition to Asprey goods and TOTO automatic loos.
Food & beverage
The resort is home to Maison Boulud, a Mediterranean-inspired restaurant controlled by star chef Daniel Boulud. The supper menu offers contemporary takes on European classics, powerful on beef and fish options, and the sommelier is pleased to advise on pairings in the extensive wine list. The day air is buzzy and comfy. Reserve in advance to procure a backyard table in summer. The weekend brunch menu is also extremely common. The resort provides a Dom Pérignon cocktail and champagne bar and a day tea ceremony — both situated in the elegant Palm Court.
Value for cash
Standard doubles from 605 Canadian Dollars (#341) in low season; and out of 955 Canadian Dollars (#538) at large. Free Wi-Fi. Breakfast buffet 42 Canadian Dollars (#23). Free Wi-Fi.
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