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|Distance to city centre||0.4 km|
|"Food options very good, excellent location!!"||(in 10 reviews)|
|"Perfect location to train and shopping."||(in 69 reviews)|
|"The bed was very comfortable."||(in 20 reviews)|
|"The room is too small"||(in 25 reviews)|
|"Had to pay for WiFi!"||(in 18 reviews)|
|"Inadequate shower, water pressure was so strong it hurt your skin."||(in 3 reviews)|
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|bit confusing||in 14 reviews|
|close to downtown||in 16 reviews|
|comfortable view||in 19 reviews|
|double beds||in 31 reviews|
|excellent hotel||in 79 reviews|
|free water||in 12 reviews|
|gold lounge||in 8 reviews|
|good food||in 30 reviews|
|great location||in 96 reviews|
|great service||in 14 reviews|
|jet engine||in 6 reviews|
|nespresso machine||in 9 reviews|
|room very small||in 108 reviews|
|service was not good||in 37 reviews|
|train station||in 29 reviews|
|wifi should be free||in 50 reviews|
The bed was very comfortable, the shower and bathroom were fine and the quality of room was reasonable.
I just felt it was rather expensive.
The property was in an excellent location. The staff was helpful & courteous.
The bathrooms in our junior suite were great. The bed was very comfortable.
The furniture in the suite is very outdated especially the dark wood ones. The suite needs remodeling with new furniture. . The halls need some pictures. The hallway rugs with elliptical.l shapes is ugly. The food in Rosely’s Restaurant is terrible! We waited a long time for our dinner! The bed light switch on the wood panel is hard to operate. There should be a city map in the room.
Gorgeous hotel. Beautiful room. Best in room coffee ever.
Parking costly and difficult to maneuver
Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth Hotel is a Montreal landmark, opened on April 15, 1958 it's the largest hotel in the city. Built above Central Station, the hotel was designed to eliminate the vibrations of the trains passing beneath it. The hotel was the first in North America with centralized air conditioning, direct dial phones in every room, and escalators. The hotel has hosted many celebrates including John Lennon and Yoko Ono in 1969 for their famous Bed In for Peace where the Ex-Beatles composed and recorded the song Give Peace a Chance.
In 2017 the hotel's 950 rooms and suites were boldly renovated with bright artistic designs. The seamless blend of vintage 1960s and contemporary decor is reminiscent of the hotels glorious past. Rooms feature windows that open to the outside, bathrobes, coffee and tea makers, large HDTV, and plush bedding.
Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth Hotel offers a dining experience like no other at Roselys restaurant. The cuisine at Roselys combines French elegance with a dab of English flair using fresh produce. Marche Artisans gourmet market offers pizza fresh from the pizza ovens, meats and cheeses from the meat counter, fresh baked breads from the bakery, artisanal ice cream, and many other tempting options in this the hotel's pantry. The sophisticated Nacaret Bar provides guests access to true cocktail masters.
Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth Hotel's bell and concierge staff are available 24-hours a day to provide guests with a memorable stay. The hotel has completely redesigned and expanded the fitness center which is open 24-hours, the brand new center also provides yearly membership to residents of the city.
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- Clean rooms
- Professional service
- Nice building
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