As spring unfurls its vibrant shades in the city of Montreal, a new Tribute Portfolio hotel – the HONEYROSE Hotel – is set to open on May 30th and blossom in the heart of the Quartier des spectacles. Nestled on the bustling intersection of De Maisonneuve Boulevard West and de Bleury Street; this much-anticipated addition promises to bedazzle the city’s skyline with a stunning design inspired by the opulence and elegance of the 1920s.
General Manager Steve Lavergne anticipates that the HONEYROSE will create an “eclectic experience, full of personality”, establishing itself as a key destination in Montreal. As guests step into the ground floor lobby, they’ll find themselves transported back to a bygone era; where Art Deco design is subtly interwoven with modern comforts to create a truly unique atmosphere.
Architect Brian Elsden Burrows of the Architex Group and Provencher Roy, a prominent Montreal design firm, have realized this vision. They’ve crafted a building that marries large bay windows with warm and impressive contemporary spaces.
Velvet, gold, and wood accents pay homage to the Art Deco era while maintaining an enveloping warmth.
True to its commitment to the local arts scene, the hotel has commissioned artworks from renowned Montreal artist Roxanne Sauriol Hauenherm, aka Roxy Peroxyde. Her vibrant creations grace the walls of the guest rooms, infusing each space with a unique personality.
Further artistic collaborations with local creators, including set designer Juliette Sarrazin and CHACHA, a creative design firm, enrich the visual narrative throughout the hotel.
HONEYROSE Hotel’s appreciation for local arts extends to its in-house boutiques. The lobby boutique showcases a range of Art Deco-inspired items and exclusive vintage finds. In collaboration with MFLEURS, a unique flower shop, located on the mezzanine, offers eternal roses.
The hotel’s 143 rooms, spread across 15 of the building’s 35 floors, offer breathtaking views of the city. The remainder of the floors are allocated to the IVY rental apartments, providing luxury accommodation for longer-term residents.
- Commodore Café – A perfect spot for meals on-site or take-out during the day; which transforms into a snack bar in the evening, serving quick meals from 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM.
- Commodore Restaurant – A French-style brasserie using Québécois products, it offers all meals of the day in an elegant setting.
- Muze Lounge & Terrasse – A California-inspired dive, serving brunch, lunch, and dinner.
In addition, five terraces spread across various floors offer a variety of experiences. The ground floor hosts two terraces for the COMMODORE restaurant and café.
The 5th floor houses Julia’s House, an exclusive area to host private events by day or night, seating 20 guests inside and just as many in the open air. This warm private space has its own kitchen, dining room, and private terrace.
The Muze Lounge & Terrasse, which includes a BBQ area, can host up to 300 guests and a BBQ area, making it an ideal venue for larger private events.
The 15th floor is home to two more terraces – one reserved for IVY apartment tenants and another for hotel guests. This floor also houses a gym, an exercise studio, showers, a dry sauna, a spa and an indoor pool with a view.
With the opening of the HONEYROSE Hotel, Montreal is set to welcome a distinctive destination that embodies both the city’s artistic spirit and the elegance of the Art Deco era. As this luxurious hotel opens its doors very soon, it will truly be a blooming hotel experience in the heart of Montreal, day and night!
Here is what you need to know about Honeyrose Hotel
Opening Date: Tuesday, May 30, at 3 PM
Location: 355 Boul. de Maisonneuve Ouest, Montréal, QC H3A 1L6
Featured image credit: © FM guide MTL | @fmguidemtl
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