MONTREAL — The largest hotel in Eastern Canada will welcome it first guests on July 10 following a year-long renovation. The 982-room Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth hotel, owned by Ivanhoé Cambridge, underwent a $140-million facelift to its guestrooms and common areas, which required its complete closure.

All the common areas, the majority of the food-and-beverage outlets and about 500 guestrooms will be ready for the celebrations marking the 375th anniversary of Montreal and the 150th anniversary of Canadian Confederation. The remainder of the rooms will be completed by December 2017.


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