“Newly renovated, the 950-room Fairmont the Queen Elizabeth now has a trendy lobby bar, Nacarat, and a gourmet food court, Artisans. Guests can splurge on room 1742, the room where John Lennon and Yoko Ono staged their 1969 “bed-in” protest of the Vietnam War, newly decorated in period style.”
Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Montreal.
Fairmont Queen Elizabeth is a four-star hotel that is located just above the Gare Centrale train station and is only eight minutes walk from Bell Centre, the stadium of the Montreal Canadiens hockey team. The hotel has 950 rooms and suites that are exuberantly renovated to provide dynamic and bright interiors.
The rooms have free Wi-Fi, TVs, and Keurig coffeemakers and some offer great views of the city. Suites are provided with separate living areas, and some have Nespresso machines. The hotel has a John Lennon and Yoko Ono Suite, where the legendary musician composed and recorded the famous song “Give Peace a Chance.” Club-level quarters offer lounge access.
The hotel has a stylish cocktail lounge, a magnificent bistro, and a fashionable food counter overlooking the street. It also has a business center, an exercise room, an indoor pool, and 30-plus meeting rooms. Afternoon tea is available. The hotel also houses Fairmont Gold rooms and suites on the top three floors that offer a stunning glimpse of the city and private access to the Fairmont Gold Lounge.
The hotel intends to provide guests with the genuine experience of the city with eternal elegance and modern amenities. The hotel also guarantees constant high standards to its guests. Fairmont Queen Elizabeth provides an exclusive lifestyle experience and aims for a great quality stay of guests. The hotel is a leader in the international hospitality sector, providing guests with luxurious accommodation.
The hotel has a sauna, steam room, whirlpool, lovely indoor pool, fitness center, and a full-service spa. The hotel has an Innovative CoLab 3 business center.