Loews Hotel Vogue Undergoes $10M Transformation
Monday June 10th, 2013 - 11:19AM C
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MONTREAL—The Loews Hotel Vogue has completed an extensive $10-million renovation project. Located in the city's upscale Golden Square Mile district, the restored Loews Hotel Vogue features redesigned guest rooms, an updated lobby, exterior façade and the addition of the La Société Bistro.
"This neighborhood is experiencing quite a boom so it was only natural to seize the opportunity to launch our own revitalization project to modernize our facilities and update our offering," Éric Hamel, executive assistant manager of Loews Hotel Vogue, said in a statement. "The hotel has held an important place in the city's hospitality industry for decades, and we are certain this contemporary renovation will delight our existing clientele and introduce our hospitality to a new generation of guests."
Building upon its legacy, the Loews Hotel Vogue Montreal strives to provide an incredibly unique and luxurious guest experience with their new contemporary and opulent look and feel."
La Société Bistro, a popular concept from Toronto's INK Entertainment blends Parisian flair and cuisine with North American contemporary style. The restaurant presents a revamped bistro décor featuring an immense hardwood bar and a spectacular glass dome ceiling that lights up the restaurant interior.
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