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by Lisa A. Grimaldi | May 30, 2012

 The 129-room Ritz-Carlton, Montreal, built in 1912, reopened Monday following a $200 million restoration. The four-year project included the renovation of all guest rooms, which now feature a thermostat system that remembers guests' temperature preferences upon check-in, and motion sensors that activate lights when guests enter a dark room. Other enhancements include the refurbishment of the property's 10,000 square feet of meeting space, the addition of Daniel Boulud's restaurant, Maison Boulud, and an indoor saltwater pool.