Le Mount Stephen — Montreal, Canada

Japanese toilets, showers
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The former home of Canada’s railway pioneer, George Stephen, and later a private members’ club, the neoclassical landmark on Montréal’s Drummond Road has had another reincarnation, this time is as Le Mount Stephen Hotel. Here, 90 contemporary guest rooms, a sizeable ballroom, a spa and a series of meeting spaces are discreetly tucked away in a new-build behind the original mansion.

Prerequisite bells and whistles include Japanese toilets, showers with Chroma lighting therapy and multiple USB ports in all the right places. But for a touch of heritage, head to the restaurant and bar, where British fare, such as Welsh rarebit, is served among the original wood panelling and stained glass windows of the 19th-century pile.

Le Mount Stephen suits and rooms

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Bedroom with stained glass windows

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Dinning area in the Le Mount Stephen hotel

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Hotel Le Mount Stephen staircase

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1440 Drummond St