Published on : Tuesday, May 4, 2021
Four Seasons Hotel Montreal welcomes new guests and locals back to its Golden Square Mile home beginning May 10, 2021.
Named Five-star Hotel and Spa in Forbes Travel Guide’s 2021 Star Awards, Four Seasons Hotel Montreal forms the vibrant new epicentre of the Golden Square Mile and is Montreal’s premier destination for luxury, style and world-class service. Designed by Lemay and Sid Lee Architecture, the building that houses Four Seasons Hotel Montreal combines classic elegance and contemporary style. The 18-storey multifunctional building includes a 169-room hotel and 18 private residences, an award-winning spa and MARCUS Restaurant. It makes an iconic statement with its streamlined, uniquely offset volumes and richly textured accents that embody luxury and refinement.
To celebrate the reopening, Four Seasons Hotel Montreal invites guests to delight their senses with an unforgettable stay through its new Culinary Journey with MARCUS experience.
The Culinary Journey with MARCUS offers guests the opportunity to intimately experience the new MARCUS Restaurant menu in the ease and privacy of their chic and sleekly modern room, all while taking in the sparkling city views. The package includes a one-night stay and culinary credit from MARCUS Restaurant. Guest parking is also provided.
Four Seasons Hotel Montreal invites guests to mark special occasions and celebrate with an intimate in-room dining experience from MARCUS Restaurant.
Located inside the Four Seasons Hotel Montreal, MARCUS Restaurant takes the traditional idea of a brasserie in exciting new directions focusing on sustainable fish and seafood. Guests will have the opportunity to order a la carte or delight their senses with a 10-course tasting menu, only available through the Culinary Journey with MARCUS experience. In addition to the tasting menu there is the opportunity to experience a carefully curated hand-selection of fine wines and cocktails that pair with each dish as a premium addition.
The thoughtfulness and imagination of creative minds imbue every corner of the Hotel’s unique social ecosystem, which englobes graceful and sensual modern guest rooms. The Hotel’s chic interiors by designers Gilles & Boissier, in collaboration with Philip Hazan, are a stark contrast to the building’s black glass façade. Graceful and sensual, guest rooms are imbued with modern classicism, bathed in soothing colours of cloud white, with ethereal backlighting, smooth velvet textures, mirrored surfaces, swathes of marble and bronze, and gold and dark wood accents. Floor-to-ceiling windows naturally illuminate the space and shine a fresh light on the city.
As the world collectively responds to the COVID-19 pandemic, Four Seasons Hotel Montreal continues to ensure that guests’ and employee health and safety remain its top priority. Grounded in the principles of care, trust and service, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has introduced an enhanced global health and safety program, Lead With Care, which ensures a safe and enjoyable stay for all of its guests. Through this program and collaboration, Four Seasons is leveraging world-class medical expertise to enhance cleanliness, guest comfort and safety, and employee training.
A key part of the guest experience will be the Four Seasons App and Chat. This award-winning service will further allow guests to control how they engage with employees. While face-to-face interactions may be more limited, Four Seasons staff will remain as connected as ever. The App provides a contactless experience that does not compromise Four Seasons genuine care and signature service.
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