Eastern Canada’s largest hotel has undergone a rooftop to basement transformation to reinvent the iconic property’s service experience. Propelling the Queen Elizabeth into an exciting new chapter, the renovation brings the hotel’s glorious past to life and celebrates Montreal’s history, culture and joie de vivre.
The reimagined property is trend-setting and brings all-new renovated guestrooms and additional suites; more Fairmont Gold rooms and an expanded lounge; a business campus with an outdoor terrace; a mixology bar; a cosy coffee lounge; a lively bistro; a unique urban market – a first in a Canadian hotel; a wellness centre with indoor pool; and innovative event lounges with the latest technology. The famous John Lennon and Yoko Ono suite, site of the 1969 “bed-in for peace” has been completely renovated with a virtual reality experience and plenty of in-room surprises. The 3,000-sq.-ft. Royal Suite—the largest in the city— has a private panoramic elevator and fabulous views of the downtown skyline.
A new curated art collection featuring cutting-edge work by established and emerging artists add a sense of community and flair to the property. Pop-up events, art exhibitions and impromptu receptions in our outlets bring a surprise element, for a more unique experience.
The hotel’s improved access to the Underground City connects guests to 20 miles of protected pedestrian walkways, linking shopping centers, entertainment venues and attractions, all in the downtown area. It is conveniently located on top of the Central train station and connected to two subway stations. Just steps away from the Bell Centre, the Entertainment district and the longest shopping street in Canada, it places visitors at the heart of Montreal’s vibrant cultural scene.