Marriott's Tribute Portfolio gets first Montreal hotel

Marriott International's Tribute Portfolio soft brand has reached Montreal. The new Honeyrose Hotel in the city's Le Quartier des Spectacles neighborhood has a vintage, art deco-inspired design.

Architectural firm Architex Group took charge of the design for the building, which incorporates large bay windows. Provencher Roy oversaw the design of the rooms, suites and corridors, as well as the banquet and meeting rooms. Meanwhile, Atelier Zébulon Perron created the design for the lobby, restaurant and café.

Key elements of the hotel’s design include nods to honey and roses. In addition, the hotel has rooftop beehives and has hallways designed to mimic a flower field with floral textiles lining the interiors.

The hotel has several dining options including the French bistro-style Commodore restaurant and café and the Muze Lounge & Terrasse with a California-inspired menu. Additionally, Julia's Workshop is an indoor and outdoor private dining area for events.

Local artists, including Roxy Peroxyde and Juliette Sarrazin, have work in the guestrooms and the Muze Lounge & Terrasse, respectively. The design firm Chacha created a unique carpet design for the hallways.

The hotel has two boutiques, one in the lobby selling art deco items and vintage finds while the other, in partnership with local company Mfleurs, sells fresh flowers and eternal roses. For events, the has offers five meeting rooms and a ballroom, collectively spanning over 7,000 square feet.