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One of Montreal’s first high-rise buildings has been transformed into one of the city’s most talked-about hotels. With 119 captivating guest rooms and suites, Hotel St. Paul may be located in a muscular Beaux-Arts building, but its trendy colors and furnishings reveal a theatrical design philosophy. Spread over nine floors, St. Paul’s guest rooms are decorated with a variety of color schemes drawn from Canada’s landscape.
MADE BY ORIGINALS
Sophistication and surprise come naturally to Ana Borrallo, who employs the inherent hospitality acumen of her father to create a fresh “tribute to pared-down elegance” at Hotel St. Paul. Authenticity, wholeness, and integrity are at the core of Borrallo’s projects as she mediates between architects, artists, and artisans to orchestrate a property that perfectly demonstrates her abilities as a true artist and designer of space.
ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
Housed in one of Montreal’s first high-rise buildings (built in 1900), the 119-room St. Paul is one of the city’s most architecturally interesting hotels. While restoring many of its original details, the architects and designers also added a contemporary twist. For example, the Black Suite on the Signature Floor is complete with 4-meter (13-foot) ceilings and high windows framing Montreal’s skyline and historic Old Port. The interior design is inspired by the Canadian landscape, with natural materials contrasting clean modernism. Silk, stone, metal, and sleek lighting fixtures reflect the elements of nature, while designer furniture from all over the world lends a cosmopolitan and contemporary touch.