The Residences at The Ritz-Carlton, Montreal represent the first opportunity to own the most coveted, private address in downtown Montreal. Doted on by the legendary service of The Ritz-Carlton hotel, owners enjoy five-star amenities including a new spa, gourmet restaurant, rooftop swimming pool and patio. The finest features of the Grande Dame of Sherbrooke Street are back; The Ritz-Carlton Garden, Oval Room and Palm Court.
For the 45 families only who will call a Ritz-Carlton Residence home, access to their Golden Square Mile address will be via a private Sherbrooke Street entrance. An elegant lobby attended by an affable doorman provides the prelude to a residential experience leagues above any other in Montreal.
Spacious living rooms and sumptuous master suites with personal dressing areas are strategically oriented to showcase optimum views of Mount Royal and of Montreal as it stretches southward toward the St. Lawrence River.
A discreet service entrance accesses the kitchen to facilitate seamless entertaining.
Total residences: 45
Sizes: 1,250 sq. ft.-8,600 sq. ft.
In both cases, we wanted to preserve the essence of The Ritz-Carlton that Montrealers have known and loved for nearly a century now, while at the same time elevating its offering to current standards within the international luxury hotel industry.
Designed by Montreal firm Provencher Roy, the new Ritz-Carlton is expertly planned to incorporate the iconic original façade designed by New York’s Warren and Wetmore, while showcasing some of the finest contemporary design seen in Montreal and around the world.
Many of the exquisite exterior details of the original Ritz-Carlton will serve as leitmotifs for the interior design of its residences. The intricate stone molding, which will be restored to perfection on the exterior, will be echoed on the interior, while the delicate string of stone pearls that snake around the building, serve as inspiration for the elegant circular design in the marble flooring of Residences lobbies. Actual pieces of the original façade will be restored, preserved exposed as an art piece on each elevator lobbies paying tribute to The Ritz-Carlton's noble past.
After the restoration and conversion of asizeable portion of the original building, an elegant structure of steel and glass graces the roof and western face of the building. This new residential wing discreetly revives and enlivens the already unique character of the original Ritz-Carlton.