Marriott brings Tribute Portfolio to Montreal with Honeyrose opening

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The opening of Honeyrose Hotel, Montreal, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel marks the Marriott brand’s entrance to the Canadian city.

This exciting new property is curated to embody the vibrant energy that sets apart downtown Montreal’s cultural district, with locally inspired guest experiences and design.

Inspired design and experiences

Honeyrose Hotel, Montreal, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel is now welcoming guests in the city’s Le Quartier des Spectacles. Distinguished by its art deco-inspired design, the hotel benefits from the expertise of several Canadian design firms.

Architex Group designed the building with large bay windows, Provencher Roy led the architecture and interior design of the rooms, suites and corridors as well as the banquet and meeting rooms, and Atelier Zébulon Perron was responsible for the design of the hotel lobby, restaurant and café. Nods to honey and the rose feature throughout.

“From the charming cobblestone streets of Old Montreal to the bustling art scene and awe-inspiring architecture, Montreal offers a kaleidoscope of experiences that inspire and ignite social connections, making it a prime destination for Tribute Portfolio,” said Jennifer Connell, Global Brand Leader, Tribute Portfolio, and Vice President, Distinctive Premium Brands, Marriott International.

“Whether it’s discovering art deco treasures at the hotel’s boutique or taking in the skyline views during a swim, Honeyrose Hotel, Montreal, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel is a haven for those seeking captivating design, vibrant social spaces and moments of sincere service.”

Connections to the locale

The hotel places the focus on local produce through the on-site French bistro-style Commodore restaurant and café, Muze Lounge & Terrasse, Julia’s workshop, both indoor and outdoor private dining areas and a chef’s table.

The hotel’s connection to the area is heightened with the integration of artworks by local artists such as Montreal artist Roxy Peroxyde, whose work adorns the walls of the guest rooms, and set designer Juliette Sarrazin, whose work is seen in Muze Lounge & Terrasse. The lobby-side boutique features art deco-inspired items and exclusive vintage finds and another boutique on the mezzanine will offer fresh flowers and eternal roses in partnership with MFLEUR.

During their stay, guests can make use of the hotel’s movement studio, featuring complimentary classes from Canadian-born Essentrics, as well as the on-site spa and indoor pool. Events are hosted in 7,000 sq ft of space including a 300-person ballroom.

“Honeyrose Hotel, Montreal, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel offers a lively and diverse experience, brimming with personality in the heart of the effervescent Quartier des spectacles neighbourhood,” said Steve Lavergne, General Manager. “We look forward to captivating the senses and leaving an indelible mark on all those who walk through its doors – today and tomorrow.”

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