Although residents have been trickling in for months now, the Humaniti Hotel is now officially open. This extravagant “H” shaped building can be seen in the Montreal skyline from miles away. A resident, hotel and commercial complex all wrapped into one, this is the first Marriott Autograph Collection property in Quebec. All eyes will be on this modern building as it continues to complete the final touches and is gunning for both architectural and environmental awards.
Here are a few notable highlights that you can expect at the Humaniti Hotel in Montreal
The building complex features a mixture of rental apartments, condominiums, hotel rooms, office space, public areas, shops and even a grocery store all brought together with a beautiful courtyard setting in the interior.
Each room and suite is designed as a light-filled sanctuary with floor-to-ceiling windows ranging in size from the 334 sq ft to 1,200 sq ft and are outfitted with original black & white images by Montreal-based photographer Éliane Excoffier.
There will be a completely contactless experience for Marriott Bonvoy Members who can use the Marriott Bonvoy app to simply check-in online and make their way directly to their room for a completely contactless experience.
The property features a stunning lap pool lined with luxurious loungers and daybeds along with a tranquil 2,000 square-foot Spa featuring all-natural, eco-friendly products from Montreal-based BKIND, JB Skin Savvi, and huna skin. Montreal based skincare guru Jennifer Brodeur, who services the likes of Oprah Winfrey and Michelle Obama, has conceived a line of signature facials that will be available exclusively at the spa.
Three distinct dining and drinking spaces featuring a regional menu designed by Chef Jean-Sébastien Giguère (La Cabane du coureur and Coureur des bois). h3 restaurant is now open and available for takeout and in-room dining till indoor dining resumes. For now, guests can enjoy a special 4-course $60 per person meal in the comfort of their room (available on Fridays & Saturdays).
A focal point is undoubtedly the 3,000 bottle wine cellar prominently on view for guests to enjoy. It houses an impressive collection of locally-produced wines curated by Sommelier Hugo Duchesne, crowned Best Sommelier of Quebec 2020.