With a very, very long winter (and a year-long pandemic) hopefully soon behind us, it’s time to start dreaming about our welcomed and well deserved, fun summer season in Montréal. In the meantime, as spring inches closer, but there’s a great way to have an exciting night away from home, within your bubble, without breaking the rules. L’agence FK13 and Hotel Zero 1 have put together seven thematic Bubble Rooms in their downtown hotel that allow for an exciting escape into our wildest fantasies without leaving the hotel.
The Bubble Rooms range in theme and elaborate decor, providing a night of imaginative adventure for just about every taste. Relive your youth in the Camp Chippewa room, complete with a cozy northern decor and chalet ambiance. If an Asian escape is more your flavour, the Sake Bomb themed room guides you across the Pacific Ocean, all the way to Japan, minus the 12 hour, cramped plane ride.
Guests can also escape to the tropics in the Tropicana Club room, live out their Jacques Cousteau fantasy in the Deep Sea Tipsy room, head down the rabbit hole in the Alice’s Game themed room or even go back to the kitchy, glittery Christmases of old in the Christmas at Aunt Nicole’s room.
Each Bubble Room, based on a 2-person occupancy, comes decked out with a signature cocktail in each room accompanied by a three-course meal which includes choices such as a charcuterie board, salad, ribs, fried chicken, dessert and more. Thematic music for each room is also provided along with a curated DJ set, all the necessary glassware, ice, mix for all thematic cocktails and board games are available upon request.
For months we’ve been lumbering through the same routine, rushing home and keeping to ourselves to ensure public safety. If you’ve missed a birthday or an anniversary, and you’re about to miss another, this would be the occasion to get your party on. The Bubble Rooms at Hotel Zero 1 won’t have you breaking the rules but you will experience anything but routine.
For more information and to make a reservation, visit the Bubble Rooms and Hôtel Zéro 1 websites.