“The modern new Hôtel Monville near Old Montreal has 269 loft-like rooms with window walls, a lobby papered in black and white photos of city landmarks, staff uniforms designed by the local brand Frank and Oak and room service delivery by robot.”
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Hotel Monville is a four-star hotel that is framed by European heritage architecture and is surrounded by 25 acres of thoroughly manicured landscaped grounds and gardens at the edge of Lac des Deux Montagnes. The hotel has 116 suites, and it captures the
The Hotel Monville is located across the street from Palais des congrès de Montréal conference center and Place-d’Armes metro station, and it is just a 15-minute walk from Old Montreal.
The Hotel Monville rooms have free Wi-Fi, TVs, tea and coffeemakers, minifridges, and rainfall showers and it offers great views of the city. Suites are provided with separate sitting areas. The lobby of the hotel has a restaurant and a bar. The hotel has a 24/7 gym and a rooftop terrace, as well as six meeting rooms. Breakfast and valet parking are available.
The atmosphere of Hotel Monville is reminiscent of a French castle starting with attractive lobby adorned with brass trim, marble floors, and a high ceiling with a stunning chandelier.
The hotel has a welcoming atmosphere and features a unique design, cutting-edge technology. It is notable for its windows providing exciting views of Montreal and is known for the hospitality it offers. The hotel has a sleek and modern design with lots of coziness and flavor.
Monville is the first-of-its-kind and sole hotel in Canada to offer room service utilizing an autonomous delivery robot that takes orders from guests and provides quick service. The hotel has deployed electronic kiosks using which guests can check in quickly and easily and automatically receive their room keys.