Ritz Carlton Montreal
At a Glance
Beautifully renovated hotel in central Montreal close to shopping and restaurants
Stunning pool and terrace with rooftop views
Famous Afternoon Tea served each day in the frescoed Palm Court
Spacious guest rooms offer a fusion of old world elegance and all modern conveninences
The elevators at the Ritz Carlton are directly opposite the reception desk so staff can always greet guests as soon as they arriveAnna Bleasdale
The Ritz Carlton Montreal has it's own world renowned florist ensuring stunning arrangements throughout the hotelAnna Bleasdale
To start planning your vacation to Ritz Carlton Montreal
Originally opened in 1912, the Ritz Carlton has been a stable of luxury in Montreal for over a century. Closed over a 4 year period before its spectacular reopening in 2012, the hotel now offers a fusion of luxurious comforts and the elegance of bygone days.
Step into the lobby and step back in time with beautiful chandeliers, a frescoed ceiling and the stunning “Cinderella” staircase which still stands from when the hotel was originally built.
The Palm Court lounge has been beautifully renovated and is now home to the hotel’s famous afternoon teas served each day from 1pm until 6pm, they are a much coveted local event that ensures bookings are essential.
To one side of the lobby is the Maison Boulod restaurant, designed by a celebrated Canadian chef it oozes refined dining yet has a warm and welcoming feel. Walk out into the bright and airy conservatory and you have a perfect venue for weekend brunches and during the warmer months the terrace is the place to be where you can look over the charming garden complete with pond and resident ducks.
The hotel offers just 128 incredibly spacious rooms making it have a small and welcoming feel. With interconnecting features available they are ideal for families and the children will love the salt water pool on the top floor, ideal for a splash about after a day in the city. The roof top terrace is perfect for a relaxing afternoon as well.
Although not in a coveted old town Montreal location, the Ritz Carlton is fantastically placed for the center of the city. Great shopping is only a couple of blocks away as well as plentiful choices for dining out. The cobbled streets of the old town are only a 15 – 20 minute stroll away and so the city really is at your doorstep.
The Ritz Carlton Montreal has 128 beautifully renovated rooms offering the latest in modern day comforts along with some original furniture and touches.
Each room features a huge TV with in-room movies, walk in wardrobe, touch sensor lighting and air conditioning, bathroom with separate deep soaker bath and shower and Asprey amenities.
Deluxe rooms are ideal for couples, Signature Rooms are more spacious with larger bathrooms
Junior Suites offer more space still and interconnect with Signature Rooms to make two separate spaces for families.
One-bedroom suites offer a separate lounge and bedroom and can interconnect to Signature Rooms to make a two-bedroom suite.
Children are welcome to come and stay at the Ritz Carlton Montreal. There are interconnecting rooms to comfortably accommodate families and there is a babysitting service available upon request for an additional charge.
Maison Boulod restaurant with open kitchen and delightful conservatory leading on to a pretty garden. The Palm Court tea room, famous for it's delicious cream teas and frescoed ceiling, 24 hour in room dining, concierge service, fitness room, world renowned florist, salt water swimming pool and terrace with roof top views, business center, complimentary WiFi throughout, twice daily room service, valet parking.
Location & Directions
The Ritz Carlton Montreal is located in Montreal's affluent midtown area, two blocks from fantastic shopping and 15 minutes walk from Old Town.
When to go
Any time of year is good for a visit. Summer draws the tourists. The crowds create fascinating street life and a buzz wherever you go. And in turn, the city really pulls out the red carpet for visitors: everyone from musicians to acrobats to actors in period costume take to the streets. There's also terrific festivals and oodles of special museum exhibitions and tours. Fall and spring bring beautiful colors, dramatically reduced prices and thinner crowds. And in the winter, Caribou, an alcoholic drink enjoyed by the early settlers, is sold everywhere to keep people warmed up. Even in the darkest and coldest months of January and February, Quebecers have found a way to have fun: throwing the annual Winter Carnival, arguably the biggest, most colorful and most successful winter festival around.