Montreal's Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth hotel reopens

The Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth hotel has reopened following a 12-month renovation.

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The property offers guests 500 rooms, including 229 revamped rooms, the Fairmont Gold lounge, the new CoLab 3 business campus on the third floor, with its outdoor terrace overlooking René-Lévesque Boulevard, Suite 1742 (site of John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s iconic Bed-In for Peace), in addition to the spa including a renovated health club and pool.

New introductions include the Agora, Rosélys restaurant, Krema café, and Nacarat bar. Many more new features will be unveiled in the weeks to come.

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