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With its clear vision of hospitality and unmatched reputation, the Antonopoulos Group is an organization that offers endless possibilities. Whether you have made a career out of service or simply enjoy serving people, the Antonopoulos Group has a position for you among its hotels, spas and restaurants. From chefs to managers, from cooks to servers, from accountants to special events professionals, the Antonopoulos Group is always looking for people who can take it to new heights.
Current open positions are detailed below
A symbol of Old Montreal’s rich history, Auberge du Vieux-Port is the area’s only hotel settled along the Saint Lawrence River. The two structures that house its 45 rooms are over a century and a half old and once operated as warehouses, back when the waterway still forged city’s life vein. With a classic, skillfully crafted make up, the idyllic inn’s décor and architecture breathe an air of authenticity. Embrace time-honoured scenery, complemented by our team’s warm, personable services.
A prime example of polished, urban living, Hôtel Nelligan gives guests everything they need for the perfect getaway. Luxurious amenities punctuate every corner while lavish rooms, suites and penthouses pair boutique comforts with classic stone walls dating back over a century. Concierge services are renowned and expertly attend to every step of your visit. Immerse yourself in Montreal’s signature joie de vivre.
Set in an unrivaled location in the heart of Old Montreal, the Place d’Armes Hôtel is an exclusive getaway that expertly blends urban sophistication with luxurious comforts – and a just touch of sinful decadence. Housed in three gorgeous 19th-century neoclassical buildings opposite the breathtaking Notre-Dame Basilica, and steps from the Old Port and Convention Centre, the Place d’Armes is a treasure embodying the city’s finest architectural traditions.
Located in the heart of Old Montreal, overlooking the Place Jacques-Cartier, William Gray Hotel introduces a dynamic and singular experience with its world class hospitality, spectacular views and timeless style.
Le Petit Hôtel melds the charm of its century-old structure with a funky, fresh slant that veers from the beaten trail. Modern, colourful furnishings accent each cozy room while original stonework and clever layouts make for an enchanted backdrop. The structure itself resides on Montreal’s first public square, which served as a gateway to anywhere and everywhere. It still does. Step outside and you’re on a street that’s over three centuries old. You’re only a few paces from downtown and next to everything you need. And with two bikes on offer 24/7, you can easily take your travels to any spot on the map.
Founded in 2001, Nitor promotes the highest standards of housekeeping while adapting its service to each of its customers. Distinguished by its flexibility, expertise and passion, Nitor cares about the quality of services offered to its business partners.
If you are interested in a housekeeping position, don't hesitate to send your resume at email@example.com
A favorite among Old Montreal diners, BEVO Bar + Pizzeria boasts traditional Italian cooking with signature twists, original cocktails and, of course, authentic, wood-fired pizzas. Two expansive floors, a fully stocked bar and a DJ every Thursday through Saturday evening keep things lively until late into the night.
Inspired by Paris’s golden-era brasseries, Brasserie 701 welcomes you in a chic decor with its grandiose neo-classical architecture and a lively ambiance. The kitchen serves French brasserie classics from breakfast through supper every day, with brunch served on weekends.
A taste of Japan situated in a laid-back hideaway by Place d’Armes Square, Kyo Bar Japonais is a favourite among hungry Old Montreal diners, with an impressive sushi selection. Its menu boasts colourful Izakaya creations, lunchtime bento box specials, smart sushi options and, with over 25 varieties, Montreal’s most extensive sake list! Punctuating the assorted deliciousness is an atmosphere fit for good times, great company and ample post-meal saké sipping.
La Terrazza, a new Italian pop-up bar in a special collaboration between two Old Montreal mainstays, Groupe Antonopoulos and the Coldroom Group. La Terrazza located on Place Jacques-Cartier with beautiful indoor and outdoor spaces, and a strong emphasis on cocktails, Amari and antipasti. The pop-up bar blends the traditional Italian aperitivo concept with a local sense of community, opening its doors to some of the city’s top bartenders
Local and fresh is the key in this kitchen filled with the finest Quebec products and the very best meat and fish. Maggie Oakes, located in the chic Hotel William Gray, offers simple and artfully prepared dishes in a manner that showcases the quality and flavour of the ingredients. The dining room features a fully stocked raw bar, a dry-aging cabinet for AAA Canadian beef and an in-house vertical garden for herbs and sprouts.
Méchant Boeuf delivers on all fronts! AAA quality Angus beef, a delicious raw bar, a high variety of artisanal cocktails and a live DJ Thursday through Saturday. For 10 years, this Old Montreal hub has been a staple and this institution will definitely charm everyone. Old Montreal's mischievous side has never tasted this good.
Seven nights a week, live local bands take the stage at Montreal’s hottest jazz bar and bistro. Modavie’s spirited setting encompasses two intimate floors and sets the scene for a night of great tunes, top dining and generous pastis toasting. The bistro’s far-reaching wine menu hits just the right notes and helps round off succulent lamb, fish, beef, duck and inspired pasta dishes.
Taverne Gaspar’s kitchen serves up fresh, pub-style cooking and wide variety of local beers and spirits. The menu: soulful staples, original cocktails and friendly service in a classic tavern setting. The space, originally a 19th-century warehouse, preserves much of its old-school furnishings but with a few novel kicks. And come summer, it welcomes the warm weather with its big terrace on rue de la Commune.
Verses Bistro offers a sophisticated and accessible contemporary cuisine. Inspired by Montreal's eclectic gastronomic scene, the menu offers comforting dishes showcasing local products. No matter the season, Verses Bistro showcases what local merchants have to offer. Hence, freshness is the essential ingredient in each plate. As for the wine selection, the sommelier introduces us to a rich variety of notes and flavors, with a diverse and carefully selected wine list.
More than a restaurant, it’s an institution: quality AAA aged beef, cooked to perfection, for over three decades. You’ll love the classic atmosphere, warm and welcoming. Vieux-Port Steakhouse is situated directly on St. Paul Street in a beautiful, century-old structure. Inside, you’re greeted by old stone walls, wood floors, cozy fireplaces and an attentive staff.
Nestled on the 4th floor of Hotel William Gray and overlooking Place Jacques-Cartier, Perché reveals a sophisticated and lush décor, wrapped in a warm and welcoming ambiance. This urban oasis offers a healthy culinary menu with a fresh mix of hues and textures inspired by California. Perched in the heart of Old Montreal, Perché is the place to discover this summer season.
This stunning rooftop space offers a delicious summer menu with fresh and colorful dishes. Nested on the rooftop of the Iconic Hôtel Nelligan, the splendid Terrasse Nelligan offers fresh and colourful lunch, brunch and dinner menus as well a great cocktail card including the renowned clear sangria.
Day or night, the rooftop of the century-old structure is a privileged perch. Enjoy towering views atop Terasse Place d’Armes while enjoying a delicious lunch and sipping a cool raspberry mojito!
Panoramic views of the Old Port and St. Lawrence River on one side, amazing scenery from St. Paul Street on the other—the rooftop views from Terrasse sur l’Auberge paint a beautiful portrait of Montreal’s historic district. From late June to early August the skyline ignites with an array of colour during the International Fireworks Competition. There’s no better place to enjoy a prime view of these award-winning pyrotechnics. It’s also the perfect observatory to admire the illumination of Jacques Cartier Bridge, every night, at sunset.
Located on the 8th floor of the William Gray Hotel, Terrasse William Gray is the place to be to soak up the summer season. With a breathtaking view of Place Jacques-Cartier, the St. Lawrence River and Montreal’s Ferris wheel, our terrace offers refreshing summer wines, cocktails, beers and delicious sharing platters.
Nestled on the 3rd floor of the Place d’Armes Hotel & Suites, Rainspa is an urban spa located in the heart of Old Montreal. It is also distinguished for its complete range of aesthetic and paramedical treatments, the quality of its services and the professionalism of its team of expert technicians.
An urban hideaway in Old Montreal, the Spa William Gray is located in the historic Hôtel William Gray. The 5,600 sq. ft. spa provides guests with exclusive offerings, including high-end Gharieni spa beds for a healing warm quartz massage and a Spa Wave sound therapy system. Spa guests also have access to a luxurious hot/cold thermal circuit with a Himalayan salt room, Finnish sauna, steam room, experiential showers, cold room, herbal sauna and a seasonal outdoor pool.
Since arriving in Canada more than 30 years ago from their native Greece, brothers Tony and Costa Antonopoulos have built a portfolio of elegant restaurants and boutique hotels in historic Old Montreal. Over the past many years, the group has been recognized on several occasions for its exceptional contribution to regional tourism.
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