QUEBEC CITY — The $75-million renovation of the Fairmont Le Château Frontenac in Quebec is complete.
“Our goal was to preserve and renovate this iconic hotel and maintain its continued legacy while adding a contemporary dimension to provide an unparalleled hotel experience and meet the highest expectations for our guests,” said Robert Mercure, GM.
The hotel’s 611 guestrooms have been renovated with contemporary pieces and a unique architectural design. The lobby has been restored to capture the hotel’s historic details and features a grand staircase and 15-foot chandelier. New amenities include a Spa du Château and an expanded health club. Executive chef Baptiste Peupion has revamped the hotel’s dining concepts, including Champlain restaurant, 1608 Wine & Cheese Bar and Le Sam, which offers afternoon tea and creative mixology.
Meanwhile, the hotel’s boutique product, Fairmont Gold, has added 14 additional rooms and exclusives services such as a concierge, continental breakfast, hors d’oeuvres and a private lounge.
Fairmont Le Château Frontenac opened in 1893. To celebrate the revamp, the hotel management is offering a Nouveau Château Package. For more information, visit fairmont.com/frontenac-quebec.
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