Since its construction, Hotel Monville has been a part of a proactive approach to sustainable development, energy efficiency, and reduction of its ecological footprint. For example, water salvage can heat the entire building all year round, our certified LED lighting and our energy-efficient appliances also help reduce our energy consumption. A « zero paper» policy has been set up in our rooms and our interactive television systems makes it easy to get all the information you need about the hotel and its services. No water bottles are available in the hotel and you will only find compostable straws in the restaurant. At Hotel Monville, in addition to composting, cooking grease/oils, small electrical appliances, paper, cardboard, plastic, glass, metal, paint, and other hazardous wastes are all recycled.
Monville is Montreal. Everything has been thought of in order to promote local purchasing and hence the reduction of our ecological footprint. The building was designed by the renowned Montreal architecture firm ACDF. The bath products come from an organic farm in the Cantons de l’Est (Oneka Products). The lamps in the entire hotel were designed by the talented artisans at Lambert & Fils. The food is Montreal-inspired and the giant mural in the lobby is created by a local artist (Valérie Jodoin Keaton) that showcases the best that Montreal and its neighborhoods have to offer.
The hotel’s location is also no coincidence, as it promotes eco-mobility thanks to the proximity of two metro stations, Palais des Congrès, the Old Montreal, and the Quartier des Spectacles. To encourage responsible travel, we also offer a charging station for electric vehicles.
In 2023, Hotel Monville achieved Green Key Level 3 certification, recognizing its achievements in environmental management and corporate social responsibility.
Hotel Monville is part of a sustainable development pilot project with the Greater Montreal Hotel Association, adding a 0.5% eco-friendly tax per reservation to fund eco-responsible projects.