A chic historical property in Quebec

96 Rooms / 33 Suites

It’s with good reason that The Ritz-Carlton Montreal is dubbed the “Grande Dame of Sherbrooke Street”: The historic property, located in the heart of the city’s Golden Square Mile, has been a hub of social, cultural and political activity throughout its hundred-year existence. Indeed, past guests have included Queen Elizabeth II, Winston Churchill, Charles de Gaulle, and Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, who were married on the property — and the hotel was the first in the world to bear The Ritz-Carlton name when it opened its doors on December 31, 1912. With its central downtown location near the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, galleries and luxury shops (including high-end department store Holt Renfrew), and with an extensive restoration under its belt, the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel remains one of the chicest and most sought-after properties in Montreal.