Loews Hôtel Vogue undergoes $10-million transformation

MONTREAL—The Loews Hôtel Vogue recently announced the completion of a more than $10-million renovation, giving the establishment a contemporary and opulent look and feel.

Photo courtesy of Loews Hôtel Vogue.

Photo courtesy of Loews Hôtel Vogue.

MONTREAL—The Loews Hôtel Vogue recently announced the completion of a more than $10-million renovation, giving the establishment a contemporary and opulent look and feel. 

Located in the city’s upscale Golden Square Mile district at 1425 de la Montagne Street, the restored Loews Hôtel Vogue has redesigned guest rooms, an updated lobby and exterior façade, and La Société Bistro, an INK Entertainment concept from Toronto, which blends Parisian flair with North American contemporary style. 

“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,” said Eric Hamel, executive assistant manager of Loews Hôtel Vogue, in a release. “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.” 

The décor in the 180-seat restaurant features a large hardwood bar and a glass dome ceiling. Ontario chef Sean Reeve’s menu includes bistro-inspired cuisine made from fresh, local ingredients, shareable plates and an oyster bar.