this is my second time to Montreal and my first time at The Queen Elizabeth. First off the bellhops and doorman were absolutely gracious and accommodating. The front desk staff were ok and the Concierge desk is beyond useless and one member of the staff is downright rude. In stead of using the concierge We just started asking people on the street to recommend places.
The rooms are small buts its an older hotel and my experience is that's the way older hotels are. That being said... The beds were comfortable. The room had all the amenities I needed. There was a super huge tv, a makeup mirror, a full size hair dryer, and full size robes. I paid 139 a night and was quite satisfied. I really loved being able to shop and get to the metro without going outside. there are miles of underground shopping attached to the hotel. There were elements like some tough parts in the carpet that made it obvious that its a well used hotel but I would stay again. Make sure you join the free presidents club so you get the free wifi!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- At the center of Montreal's vibrant cultural and commercial district sits the city's grandest and most gracious hotel - Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth. Located above the train station (Via Rail & AMTRAK) and connected to the extensive underground city of thousands of boutiques, restaurants and cafes, and within walking distance of sports and cultural attractions, this Montreal hotel reflects the city’s distinct elegance and charm. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth Hotel Montreal
- Fairmont Hotel Montreal
- Fairmont Montreal
- Fairmont Queen Elizabeth
- Montreal Fairmont