Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

November 23, 2017
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Montreal's Queen E reopens

The Phase 1 renovation of the famous hotel is complete

Montreal’s Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth reopened in July following the Phase 1 completion of a more than $140-million renovation. The largest hotel east of Toronto was built in 1958 and based on sneak peeks, the revamped hotel will be sophisticated and modern with a glamorous 1960's flair. It consists of 21 storeys and 950 rooms; only 500 rooms are open now, but all of the common areas, meeting spaces, and the majority of the new cafes and restaurants are ready for business. Rosélys, which specializes in bistronomie cuisine, blends Parisian elegance and English style; Krema café serves high-end hot and cold drinks; Nacarat bar features innovative cocktails and local craft brews. More new features will be unveiled in the weeks to come, including The Artisan Markets, Canada's first-ever urban market located in a hotel. fairmontmontreal.com/en.

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