The all-new Four Seasons Hotel Montreal is now confirming reservations for arrivals beginning June 1, 2019. Chic in its design, Four Seasons Hotel Montreal is located in the Golden Square Mile and is well-suited for international visitors, regional weekenders and business travelers.
The hotel will have 169 accommodations (inclusive of 19 suites), ranging from Deluxe Guest Rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows and views of the Golden Square Mile, Premiere Carré Doré and Premiere Rooms with glass doors that open up beside each bed to a freestanding bathtub, and the Presidential Suite on the hotel’s highest floor, offering two bedrooms (with an oversized bathroom that has a double shower and free standing jetted tub), a sleek living area, a dining table for eight and more.
Four Seasons Hotel Montreal will also be home to MARCUS, a new concept and the first Canadian restaurant by chef and restaurateur Marcus Samuelsson. The restaurant is a modern take on a traditional brasserie with a focus on sustainable seafood, including a raw bar, as well as dishes incorporating local vegetables, greens and grains.
Centered around the Four Seasons’ reception and lobby will be a series of indoor and outdoor spaces designed for dining, drinking and socializing.
Additional services and amenities include a 24-hour fitness center and sky-lit indoor swimming pool, as well as the only urban spa in Montreal to offer Kneipp Water Therapy (which was developed in the 19th century by Sebastian Kneipp, one of the Bavarian forefathers of naturopathic medicine).
The opening comes just in time for the Montreal Grand Prix, which takes place June 7 to 9, and “virtually takes over the city,” according to general manager Gonçalo Monteiro. Following the Formula One event, Montreal will play host to the eclectic Festival International de Jazz de Montréal from June 27 to July 6, taking place across 20 stages around the city. Lastly, the Just for Laughs Festival will take place from July 10 to 28.
Tip: Four Seasons has direct access to the adjacent Holt Renfrew Ogilvy from its third-floor lobby.