Situated in the heart of Le Quartier des Spectacles, HONEYROSE Hotel, Montréal, a Tribute Portfolio hotel provides guests with a captivating journey back in time. Contemporary luxury is married with nostalgia for bygone eras of glitz and glamour at the brand’s first property in the charming city of Montréal.
HONEYROSE Hotel, Montréal is surely the swankiest spot in the city, from its grand winding staircase, plush velvet furniture, and accents of gold and wood. Heavily influenced by the Art Deco period, vintage opulence twinges every expanse.
To bring this vision to life, the team collaborated with a trio of Canadian partners. Architex Group is responsible for the large bay windows that maximize natural light. The architecture and interior design of the guest rooms and many of the public areas were overseen by Provencher Roy. The enchanting ambiance of the lobby as well as COMMODORE Restaurant & Café resulted from Atelier Zébulon Perron.
At the heart of each captivating space are the motifs of honey and roses. Honey––symbolizing nature’s golden gift––and roses––a French flower signifying love and passion––intertwine to provide guests with an enchanting experience, from the floral textiles adorning the interiors to the flecks of gold in the marble-tiled floors. Even both on-site boutiques house these thematic elements: the HONEYROSE lobby shop offers vintage finds and bespoke items, along with jars of honey from the hotel’s rooftop hives. The second boutique on the mezzanine collaborates with the Montréal-based MFLEURS, offering fresh flowers and eternal roses.
The hallway carpets on the guest floors (created by design firm CHACHA from the Eastern Township) are adorned with roses and other florals, with petals and stems leading directly to each room. Accommodations are elegant and cozy, outfitted with rich velvet chairs and sofas plus minimalistic brass light fixtures. At least one work by Montréal artist Roxy Peroxyde hang in each room, while the washroom is filled with soaps and lotions from local purveyors.
For culinary enthusiasts, HONEYROSE Hotel offers a range of gastronomic experiences. From the French bistro-style COMMODORE Restaurant & Café to the California-inspired menu at Muze Lounge & Terrasse, visitors can savor delectable dishes from morning til late evening without stepping foot offsite.
Health-conscious travelers will delight in learning of the movement studio featuring complimentary Essentrics classes by renowned Canadian fitness trainer Miranda Esmonde-White. Unwind in the dry sauna, spa, and indoor pool on the 15th floor while taking in the sweeping views of Montréal’s skyline.
HONEYROSE Hotel, Montréal, a Tribute Portfolio hotel offers a sumptuous stay in this dynamic Canadian city.
Location: Montréal, Québec, Canada
Address: 355 Blvd. De Maisonneuve Ouest, Montréal, Québec H3A 1L6, Canada
The vibe: Straight out of the Roaring 20s, the design evokes bygone eras of sensational glitz and glamour.
Food + Drink: Guests have their pick of three food and beverage options on site: the fine dining French bistro-style COMMODORE Restaurant; Muze Lounge & Terrasse for late-night cocktails and California-inspired fare; as well as COMMODORE Café for specialty brews and breakfast.
Our favorite part of the hotel: The hotel boasts two unique boutiques: the first in the lobby, which showcases curated art deco-inspired items and vintage finds. The second is the most awe-inspiring: MFLEURS, which offers eternal roses.
Amenities: Indoor swimming pool; Fitness center; 3 restaurants; Private parking; Terrace; Bathroom amenities from local purveyors; Sauna; Hot tub/jacuzzi; Elevated gift shops
What’s nearby? Place des Arts; Museum of Contemporary Art; Le Parterre; Peace Park; Montréal Museum of Fine Arts; Mount Royal Park
Any personal neighborhood recs? The historic Old Port of Montréal is just a stone’s throw from the property. Discover artisanal shops, live events, and all sorts of restaurants. Olive et Gourmando draws large crowds for their breakfast and lunch seatings–so much so that they do not offer reservations. However, if you can snag a table, it’s worth the wait.
Rooms: 143 guest rooms span 15 floors.
Pricing: Rates begin at $195/night.
Closest Airport: Montréal-Trudeau International Airport and Montréal/Saint-Hubert Airport are equidistant from the property.