Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth

Montreal, QC Hotel
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Fairmont Hotels
Total Meeting Space6,062 sq. m
Guest Rooms950
900 Rene Levesque Blvd West
Montreal, QC H3B 4A5


Rediscover Montreal's iconic Fairmont

02/06/2018 – 12/31/2018




* Winner of Sustainable Tourism Award, Grands Prix du tourisme québécois 2010, Montréal * Four Green Keys rating, Hotel Association of Canada Green Key Eco Rating program * CAA /AAA Four Diamond Award


Room Features and Guest Services

  • Concierge Services
  • Internet Access
  • Laundry Service
  • Luggage Storage
  • Room Service
  • View (Urban)
  • Voicemail Box


  • Onsite Catering
  • Onsite Gift Shop
  • Onsite Restaurant
  • Onsite Security
  • Pet Friendly
  • Space (Outdoor)
  • Wheelchair Accessible


  • AV Capabilities
  • Video Conference

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Indoor Pool
  • Spa or Salon
  • Whirlpool

Venue Accessible By

  • Airport Shuttle
  • Bus
  • Subway
  • Taxi
  • Train


  • Dance Floor
  • Loading Dock
  • Piano
  • Staging Area

Image Gallery


Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space6,062 sq. m
Meeting Rooms37
Largest Room2,755 sq. m
Second Largest Room2,746 sq. m
Space (Outdoor)400 sq. m
Exhibit Space4,000 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms950
Doubles (2 Beds)271
Tax Rate14.98%
Occupancy Rate3.5%




Local Attractions

Marché Bonsecours

Historical Landmark
10 minutes away
The Marché Bonsecours was inaugurated in 1847. A symbol of Montréal’s heyday, this imposing building was the city’s main agricultural marketplace for over a century. It also housed a concert hall and even served as a city hall. Its symmetrical composition and Greek Revival portico (the cast-iron columns were brought from England), tin-plated dome and simple and varied details make it a perfect illustration of the neo-classical style in favour at the time. Recent renovations have turned it once again into a bustling marketplace that also features sidewalk cafés, shops and exhibitions
350 Saint-Paul Street East
Montreal, QC, CA H2Y 1H2

Centre Canadien d'Architecture

1 mi. away
Housed in an award-winning building, this museum is dedicated to architecture, urban planning and landscape design. To that effect, it exhibits the works of prominent architects and also displays its own collection of prints and drawings (numbering more than 65,000). The museum also maintains a library and gardens. In addition, the facility incorporates the historic Shaughnessy House into its construction, a circa-1874 home that has been converted to reception rooms and administrative offices.
1920, rue Baile
Montreal, QC, CA H3H 2S6

Île Sainte-Hélène du parc Jean-Drapeau

5 minutes away
Set in the middle of the Saint Lawrence River, nestled between Montréal’s South Shore and the Old Port, this green island oasis is a haven for sports, recreation, nature and culture. The Aquatic Complex includes three large heated outdoor pools, open all summer long, and water games for kids. The island is also home to the ever-popular La Ronde amusement park and two museums: the Biosphere’s Environment Museum and the Stewart Museum. A network of multi-disciplinary paths wind their way through this lush natural park, accentuated by some dozen public artworks along the way. The island welcomes large outdoor concerts in the summer as well as major events in the winter, including the Fête des neiges.
Parc Jean Drapeau
Montreal, QC, CA

Musee McCord d'Histoire Canadienne

1 mi. away
The McCord Museum houses historic artifacts and visual art from the 18th and 19th centuries. The museum provides much information dealing with the art, culture and history of Native Canadians. Visitors can view native furs, carvings, embroidery, beadwork and 10,000 costumes. Also on display are the Notman Archives, a photography collection containing over 700,000 prints.
690, rue Sherbrooke ouest
Montreal, QC, CA H3A 1E9

Île Notre-Dame du parc Jean-Drapeau

5 minutes away
A five-minute metro ride from downtown Montréal, Île Notre-Dame is a favourite destination for cycling or in-line skating enthusiasts thanks to its 25-km network of paved trails. It’s also the meeting place for car racing fans who come in droves to attend the Formula One Grand Prix du Canada and NASCAR races on the Gilles-Villeneuve track. The canal network and island beach are ideal for a host of summertime aquatic activities, while the Olympic Basin buzzes with rowing, canoe-kayak and dragon boating. The superb Floralies gardens in all their splendour hold a special treat for horticulturalists, nature lovers and passers-by.
Parc Jean Drapeau
Montreal, QC, CA

World Trade Centre Montreal

1 mi. away
This stunning complex is devoted to international trade, but the architecture and history that comprise it are reason enough for a visit. The structure incorporates historic buildings into its overall design, including a stretch of the city's fortification walls, which lie beneath a glass-enclosed concourse. There's also a granite fountain and reflecting pool and a portion of the now-defunct Berlin Wall. Since the Centre is connected to the Underground City, shops and restaurants are easily accessible, as is the luxurious Inter-Continental Hotel.
747 Victoria Square
Montreal, QC, CA H2Y 3Y9

Distance from Airport

  • 17.54 km from Venue


  • Paid ParkingCA$30.00 / day
  • Valet ParkingCA$34.00 / day


Honouring its home town, Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth boasts a brand new design blending a contemporary decor with a vintage flair reminiscent of Montreal’s golden years. Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth, one of Montreal’s most iconic landmarks, now offers: 950 rooms and suites, boldly renovated to offer bright and dynamic interiors. Fairmont Gold : Located on the top three floors of the hotel, Fairmont Gold rooms and suites benefit of a spectacular view of the city and private access to the Fairmont Gold Lounge. A hotel within a hotel! Rosélys : bistronomie cuisine, with a variety of flavourful dishes served in a setting with one-of-a-kind décor. Chef Maxime Delmont’s cooking highlights local and seasonal ingredients. Nacarat : The new hotspot in town, a stunning interior décor best described as “Ziggy Stardust meets 21st century modernity.” Artisans: an urban market that brings together local producers and artisans, fostering a sense of community in downtown Montreal. Kréma : an inviting space, with its central fireplace, comfy armchairs, and unbeatable view of Montreal’s effervescent downtown. Kréma is the place to be for the best roast coffees from Montreal brûleries and other comforting beverages. Moment Spa : A welcoming and luxurious urban spa, in line with Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth’s new image. Treat yourself to a quality treatment between two meetings or after a long day roaming the city. A brand new busines hub : 85,000 square feet of meeting spaces, designed to fit all your needs.