Four Seasons Hotel Montreal

Montreal’s newest luxury hot spot
VERIFIED LUXURY

Four Seasons Hotel Montreal is a rose-hued oasis for the city’s foodies, design lovers and world travelers alike. The opulent property opened in May 2019 in Montreal’s Golden Square Mile, a downtown area that once housed roughly 60 families holding 70 percent of Canada’s wealth at the turn of the 20th century.

Keeping with that shining tradition, the luxury lifestyle property has made a name for itself with its distinguished dining from celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson, trendy after-work patio scene and jaw-dropping décor.The wood, velour and pink hues in the reception area, suites and corridors create a la vie en rose feel.

But step into the day and night lounges on opposite sides of a marble-footed wraparound bar and you’ll find yourself in a boudoir-inspired enchanted forest. You’ll never want to leave your home away from home — and some don’t. With private residences on the upper levels, the hotel always contains a mix of locals and visitors.

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Our Inspector's Highlights

  • The 18-story, $250 million building was designed by firms Sid Lee Architecture and Lemay. The tower's modern black glass façade stands out.
  • The third-floor reception area and Social Square encompass a day lounge that flows into a night lounge with an adjacent restaurant and year-round patio. The unique design is part of the hotel’s goal of becoming a hub for both locals and guests.
  • Social Square’s design shines. Designer Zébulon Perron crafted his own forest-green wallpaper for the space from a photo taken from the top of Montreal’s Mount Royal. Plus, hand-cut crystal window panels produce a sparkling floor-to-ceiling 3D effect when looking out from the day lounge over Rue de la Montagne below.
  • Make time for a hot stone massage and Rose Gold Hydrating Facial at The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Montreal. Or try the Kneipp hydrotherapy session that combines hot and cold pools with a reflexology footpath that stimulates pressure points on the feet.
  • The Montreal hotel is home to well-known chef Marcus Samuelsson’s first Canadian outpost, the seafood-focused Marcus Restaurant + Terrace.

Things to Know

  • Book a room on the ninth floor or higher so that every time you step off the elevator, you’ll see Montreal-based designer Pascale Girardin’s dangling white and gold-tipped glass petals in the inner atrium. Stretching from the ninth to the 18th floors, the work creates an infinity effect when the sun reflects off the mirrored glass.
  • Ask for a room with a view of the Leonard Cohen mural that lines one side of a nearby high-rise.
  • The best seats in the lounge are the white velvet banquettes in the two-person private nook on the window side of the bar. If you can’t snag them before dinner, try again later in the evening, when the night lounge turns into a speakeasy and a DJ spins records from the marble-lined booth.
  • In-room bars are stocked with local Cirka Gin Sauvage and RISE Kombucha as well as Louis Roederer champagne. There’s also artisanal caramel corn, candies and chocolate for snacking.
  • The mixed-use hotel features a 5,800-square-foot ballroom and ground-level shops, including an SAQ Séléctionliquor store with more exclusive bottles than Signature SAQ locations. Montreal’s premier integrated luxury department store, Holt Renfrew Ogilvy, connects directly to the Four Seasons’ third-floor lobby.

The Rooms

  • Elegant accommodations feature floor-to-ceiling windows, dark hardwood furniture, marble showers and four-poster beds.
  • A crystal wall separating the washroom and bedroom allows for a city view while soaking in your standalone tub.
  • The lights and room temperature are easily adjustable with the state-of-the-art iPad controls. You can even open and close the drapes and notify cleaning staff, if you prefer not to be disturbed — right from your bed.
  • Curved-back lounge chairs and pink footstools add to the rosy, boudoir-inspired décor.
  • Don’t worry about bringing your yoga mat to the luxury hotel. There’s one in every room.

The Restaurant

  • Celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson put seafood at the forefront of his menu at Marcus Restaurant + Terrace. The raw bar features three-tier towers of sustainable lobster, crab, sashimi, oysters, razor clams and Nordic shrimp, while appetizers and mains include dishes like maple salmon belly, textbook salade niçoise, and turmeric-tinged spaghetti with sea urchin butter, crab, Thai basil, crunchy panko and a sprinkle of ground Calabrian pepper.
  • Local chef de cuisine Nicholas Bramos makes sure that the fried chicken burger on the lunch and bar menus lives up to the fame of the fried chicken at Samuelsson’s flagship Harlem restaurant, Red Rooster.
  • An exceptional wine cellar makes it tough to choose between a pre-dinner glass of Ruinart Brut Blanc de Blanc champagne or a smoky Sky’s the Limit cocktail with mezcal, marmalade and red vermouth.
  • Pieces of bottarga, mahi soppressata and swordfish lardo dangle alongside colorful scarves and braided ropes in the glass-walled curing room. The fish is sliced to order for Marcus Restaurant + Terrace’s housemade seafood charcuterie.
  • A “Master of Ceremonies” controls the 1980s, funk and lounge playlists (approved by Samuelsson) in the Four Seasons’ restaurant, its open-air terrace and the day and night lounges. The after-work patio destination turns into a multi-generational supper club in the evening and later into a nighttime hot spot.

Amenities
24-hour room service
Babysitting services
Bar
Fitness classes
Gym
Indoor pool
Meeting rooms
Pet friendly
Restaurants
Spa
Getting There
1440 Rue de la Montagne, Montreal, QC H3G 1Z5 Canada
TEL514-843-2500
NeighborhoodGolden Square Mile
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YUL (18-24 min)  
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