MONTREAL — Just eight months after opening, Hôtel Monville has won four awards, including 2018 Hotelier of the Year.
In addition to the Prix Hôtelier de l’année 2018 Cogeco/Vidéotron awarded from the Association Hôtellerie Québec, the hotel received the 2018 Prix Hotelia from the Association des hôtels du Grand Montréal, the 2018 Prix Excellence Tourisme in the Accessible-Tourism category from the Alliance de l’industrie touristique, as well as the Commercial Development Award from Destination Centre-Ville.
These various honours celebrate a number of Hôtel Monville’s features, including innovation, guest experience, design and layout, local sourcing and accessibility. Reinventing the hotel of the 21st century, the hotel is 100-per-cent connected, with a smart robot that delivers orders to the rooms and a quick, easy check-in system with interactive terminals — allowing the team to devote more time to telling guests all about Montreal’s many attractions.
“We’re proud and pleased with the reaction to the Monville’s distinctive offering, both from our customers and our partners in the tourism sector,” says Jean-Cédric Callies, director of Sales and Marketing, Hôtel Monville and Hôtel Gault. “We put in the time needed to imagine the hotel experience of the future and to develop it, drawing on local talent and know-how. Seeing our ideas come to life and our efforts rewarded encourages us in the way we approach the art of hospitality.”