November 1, 2010 – Fresh from a facelift of spectacular proportions, Montréal’s new and improved InterContinentalhotel is back in action. As a matter of fact, it recently won an award for its remarkable renovations.
In light of its massive transformation, the InterContinental was bestowed the prestigious Ulysses trophy of the Grands Prix du tourisme québécois, recognizing excellence in the 4- and 5‑star accommodation establishments category.
On top of cutting a fine figure, the InterContinental treats its guests like kings and queens. Indeed, the hotel offers numerous seasonal and year-round promotions such as the Culture and History and Fine Arts packages, to satisfy each and everyone’s tastes.
In addition to its signature comfort, Victorian architecture and picturesque setting, the InterContinental exudes the ultimate elegance only found in the most chic of boutique hotels and all the services expected from a 5-star property, right down to the health club’s saltwater pool. Throw in its oh-so trendy common areas, its Provençal-inspired restaurant, OSCO!, plus the groovy Sarah B. absinthe bar, and you’ve got the real deal when it comes to the Montréal experience.
Ideally located on the cusp of Old Montréal, the InterContinental is part of the World Trade Centre Montréal and is linked to the Palais des congrès, the Underground Pedestrian Network, and surrounded by shops, restaurants, and numerous city attractions. It’s the ideal place for an elegant and most pleasant Montréal getaway.