Information pertaining to our club members in light of the COVID-19 pandemic - Special conditions apply at the The Ritz-Carlton, Montreal
She was the first hotel in North America to bear the Ritz-Carlton name, but that’s not all there is to the resume of the Ritz-Carlton Montreal. She is one of the most storied hotels in the world with a guest list that reads like the who’s who of the world’s elite- think Winston Churchill, Richard Nixon, the Rolling Stones and Elizabeth Taylor who famously tied the knot with actor Richard Burton here in 1964. Yes, the Ritz-Carlton Montreal has history, and she wears it with pride, courtesy of her stately facade and classic decor of grand marble fireplaces, vaulted ceilings and Old World chandeliers, but she is also at the top of her game following a $200-million makeover completed in 2012. The renovation saw tech upgrades like heated floors and bedside control panels in every room, but our favorite addition remains the star of the hotel’s in-house dining options- Maison Boulud. This restaurant, overseen by celebrity chef Daniel Boulud, is Montreal’s swankiest for afternoon lunching and throwing back martinis, right on the city’s Golden Square Mile with its Beaux Arts museums and high-end shopping.