Situated in Montreal, Quebec, Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth is a hotel and wedding venue with a modern and elegant ambience. Featuring 950 guest rooms and numerous event spaces, the coordination team can easily help couples realize their wedding dreams. For decades, the 21-storey hotel has been a sophisticated place for loved ones to gather and celebrate a couple’s milestone moment.
Facilities and Capacity
Throughout Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth, couples will find a variety of rooms, each with a contemporary style. In Centre-Ville, soon-to-be newlyweds can arrange gatherings of between 400 and 700 guests. It features a 32-foot retractable screen, which is well suited for presentations. In another space, Place du Canada, couples can host celebrations with up to 700 people in a reception-style soiree. This flexible space can be connected to adjacent rooms. One of these rooms is Square Dorchester, which can accommodate up to 360 individuals. Another is Square Victoria, which is well suited to cocktail receptions with up to 200 people. Upstairs, the Espace C2 is a glass structure that features a terrace. This sleek space can be set up in many ways, allowing couples to host celebrations with up to 220 people.
At Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth, a team of professionals assists couples in orchestrating their event. During the big day, a manager works with you to ensure that each detail is seen to, while a maître d’ also covers your event. Valet parking is available as well. Included in the hotel’s packages are menu tastings for two, group rates for overnight stays, and a suite for the honoured couple. The culinary team crafts the evening's meal, with multi-course options with a variety of ingredients expertly combined into an array of dishes.
Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth was constructed in 1958 and has had many notable guests throughout the following decades. In 1969, Yoko Ono and John Lennon stayed in the hotel while protesting the Vietnam war. During the week they stayed there they wrote and recorded the song “Give love a chance.” In 2017, the hotel was closed for renovations, which saw the building transformed into its current state.