Atelier Zébulon Perron designs Marcus in Four Seasons Hotel Montreal

Atelier Zébulon Perron designs Marcus in new Four Seasons Hotel Montreal.
Four Seasons Hotel Montreal opened, with a third-floor lobby level called the Social Square, an open-concept series of spaces that includes the Marcus Restaurant + Terrace and Marcus Bar + Lounge. Photo credit: Four Seasons Hotel Montreal

The Four Seasons Hotel Montreal has opened in Montreal's Golden Square Mile. Along with 169 guestrooms, 19 suites and 18 Four Seasons Private Residences, the property also has Marcus, the Canadian restaurant of chef Marcus Samuelsson.

The third-floor lobby level of the new hotel is the Social Square, an open-concept series of spaces with direct indoor access to the newly opened Holt Renfrew Ogilvy. The Social Square includes the new Marcus Restaurant + Terrace and Marcus Bar + Lounge, Samuelsson's brasserie concept. With interiors designed by Atelier Zébulon Perron, Marcus flows through the third-floor lobby level. It has an all-season heated terrace with panoramic views.

The lobby of Four Seasons Hotel Montreal has white marble, gold elevators and pink and grey velvet walls. The interiors were designed by Paris-based Gilles & Boissier in collaboration with Montreal-based architect and designer Philip Hazan,


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Guestrooms have floor-to-ceiling windows, chaise lounges and free-standing bathtubs in certain rooms.

Public spaces at the property include a 24-hour fitness center, skylit indoor pool, sauna and spa (including fully private VIP rooms).

For events, the property has a 450-person Palais des Possibles ballroom with a sweeping terrace overlooking Montreal.

Gonçalo Monteiro is the property’s GM.

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