LAVAL, Que. — The Hilton Montreal/Laval has completed its three-year renovation. The hotel’s management invested close to $10 million in the modernization of the property in order to position the hotel as a leader in its industry and promote the region’s hotel-accommodation offerings.
The renovations were overseen by Groupe Hôtelier Grand Château’s president M. Patrice Bourbonnais in collaboration with Massarelli Design and include a complete upgrade of the hotel’s facilities.
“Right from the beginning, our vision was clear. We wanted to modernize our facilities while keeping the friendly and distinctive atmosphere that characterizes the Hilton Montreal/Laval,” says Sébastien Meunier, director general. “With the completion of these major renovations, we can assuredly say: mission accomplished.”
All the hotel’s common areas, including Le Quartz restaurant/bar, meeting rooms and the health-and-fitness centre, were updated. Guestrooms now boast a more elegant design and 80 per cent of the furniture, lighting fixtures and accessories were created by local craftsmen. The hotel also has new suites featuring a full kitchen, living room and closed bedroom.
The Hilton Montreal/Laval has also innovated with Sur le Pouce, a grocery service. This trendy and sleek-looking grocery offers visitors a vast choice of local products and dishes, prepared meals and gourmet souvenirs.