6 things to know about the new Hyatt hotel in the Old Port

6 things to know about the new Hyatt hotel in the Old Port

A new upscale hotel opened in Old Montreal last November: the Hyatt Centric Ville-Marie Montreal. Here are six things to know about it.

A first in Canada 

This is the first Hyatt Centric to open in Canada. Certainly, there are several Hyatt hotels (this is the second in Quebec), but few Hyatt Centric. To achieve Centric certification, a hotel must be located in the heart of a city's action. Located right in the historic district of Old Montreal, where there are many bars and restaurants, and a five-minute walk from Place Jacques-Cartier, this new hotel responds eloquently to this condition.

6 things to know about the new Hyatt hotel in the Old Port

Photo: Courtesy, Hyatt

Awesome View 

The hotel offers breathtaking views of the city and beyond. Large panoramic windows overlook the city and the magnificent Château Viger. They offer a view of the illuminated Ferris wheel and the Jacques-Cartier bridge as well as the mountains beyond in Montérégie. Starting this summer, there will be a furnished terrace on the 14th floor with a bar and a swimming pool, which promises to be a favorite place to watch the fireworks. 

A huge private courtyard 

The hotel has one of the largest private courtyards in Montreal, a courtyard of approximately 45,000 square feet where private events can be organized during the summer.

Pets allowed 

The hotel accepts animals. For an additional $75 per night, you can take your pet with you to your room. Please note that the weight limit for pets is 14 kilograms.  

A warm restaurant 

The establishment has a Quebec-British inspired restaurant, the Cartier Arms, signed by the renowned Burgundy Lion Group, behind the pubs Burgundy Lion and Bishop & Bagg, in particular. It offers a menu with contemporary accents – you can eat organic salmon, a Beaurivage pork chop or lamb sirloin for example – and original house cocktails.

6 things to know about the new Hyatt hotel in the Old Port

Photo: Courtesy, Hyatt

Local in the spotlight< /strong> 

Located on a historic site, erected alongside the Château Viger, which hosted the very first train station in Canada at the turn of the 20th century, the hotel wishes to highlight its local. It was also designed by Montreal designers and architects. Thus, in each room, there are works of art by Montreal artists representing their city.

Many rooms 

It has 177 rooms, including five suites. You can have one king bed or two queen beds. The rooms include a television with Chromecast, a Nespresso coffee machine, a mini-refrigerator, an iron and an ironing board.

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