The Queen Elizabeth Hotel

Ivanhoé Cambridge
Transformation project of the emblematic Montreal’s Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth hotel. Inaugurated in 1958, the 1051-room (today 950-room) hotel exemplifies the international style of the era. The major renovation adapts the facilities of the Queen Elizabeth to meet the current and future needs of local and international business people. Today, the hotel pays tribute to its past by providing an inspiring space and new programming in tune with its quintessential Montreal character. Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth is opening itself to the city, making the most of its spectacular views, and providing living and working spaces that will encourage local and international clients to make it their own. The new hotel comprises a set of multifunctional areas that are on the cutting for business development (e.g. networking, collaboration, commercial creativity). The common areas consist of a group of bars and restaurants, as well as an urban market that is unique in downtown Montreal. Alongside Place Ville Marie, the hotel is the epicenter of the Montreal underground: a passageway used by more than 19 million people annually.

CLIENT : Ivanhoé Cambridge

CATEGORY : Leisure & hospitality — Renovation & conversion

SPAN : 690,000 sq. ft.

LOCATION : Montreal, Quebec

DATE : 2017

STATUS : Completed

COLLABORATORS : Architecture49, in consortium (architecture services)

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2017 — The Urban Development Institut of Quebec (UDI), INOVA Award

2017 — Grands Prix du Design, Hotel of the year 

2017 — Grands Prix du Design, Restaurant of the year (< 2,000 sq.ft.)