Hyatt Place marks Montreal debut

by | 07 Jul 2022 | Design

Imagery courtesy of Hyatt Hotels.

The opening of a 354-room property marks the first Hyatt Place hotel in Montreal, located in the city’s diverse ‘Village’ neighbourhood.

Hyatt Place Montreal Downtown features intuitive design, a relaxed atmosphere and convenient amenities sought after by business and leisure travellers. Montreal’s largest metro station, Berri-UQAM, is connected to the hotel, providing easy access to the Palais des Congrès and many other attractions.

Multi million makeover

Acquired in August 2019 by Sageblan Investments, the hotel has undergone a $25-million-dollar renovation resulting in modern design, innovation and 24/7 dining.

The site offers 354 spacious guestrooms with separate spaces to sleep, work and play, as well as a Cozy Corner sofa-sleeper. Amenities include an indoor pool and sauna with a unique view of downtown Montreal, several spaces to facilitate remote working and 10 meeting rooms with over 6,000 sq ft of flexible space.

Food and beverage spaces consist of Le Coin Bistro, a restaurant, bar and lounge offering a variety of sharing dishes as well as signature cocktails, plus a Starbucks attached to the hotel to satisfy guests’ caffeine cravings.

Historic restoration

Sageblan Investments managing partner and president Gaurav Gupta commented: “It was a natural choice for us to move in and restore the nobility that this historic building encompasses for Montrealers, it is with great enthusiasm that we bring the Hyatt brand back to Quebec. The Village has strong development prospects and many attractions, and we are proud to be change agents participating in its revitalisation.”

While Kathleen Machabee, general manager of Hyatt Place Montreal Downtown, added: “As the Société de développement commercial (SDC) du Village continues to develop the neighbourhood, we are thrilled to be part of the momentum by welcoming the first Hyatt Place hotel in Quebec.

“By creating a thoughtful, approachable, and accessible place to stay, we want to connect with our guests in an authentic way so they can be themselves and discover Montreal in their own way. We look forward to welcoming guests and helping them get the most out of their stay whether they’re visiting for business or leisure travels.”

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