A team of architects and designers of international stature were in charge of the interior remodeling of a room complex in Canada
The renowned Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth hotel, built in 1958, stands out internationally thanks to its contemporary lifestyle with the highest technology, the best trends and great comfort in each of its spaces. Last August, the room complex renewed the design of its interiors, a transformation that was carried out by the offices of Sid Lee Architecture and Architecture49. This seeks to create a more luxurious and unforgettable experience among visitors and invite them to know their other amenities.
The hotel located in the center of Montreal, Canada, has a total of 21 floors and around 950 bedrooms, as well as indoor pool, jacuzzi and gym. During the remodeling the experts chose to incorporate the standards of the prestigious brand to design a world-class environment. In the spaces at street level, the transformation of the common areas started from the entrances, connecting the different areas of the building and generating new sources of natural light. The commercial services of the hotel are located on the ground floor in view of the passers-by, encouraging them to know its facilities and amenities. The resort kitchen, known as Marché Artisans, is run by executive chef Baptiste Peupion and chef Jean-Philippe Desjardins. Its redesign will allow the public to know the production areas of the kitchen and observe the preparation of food. The restaurant welcomes a neutral style that blends Parisian and English elegance, using Chevron patterns and sharp curves.
The rooms were renovated to give a more dynamic and bright, because the perfect connectivity between the areas of the hotel, and the efficiency of the staff and management, were key to achieving the objectives of the designers. The rooms on the 21st floor of the hotel – the Fairmont and Fairmont Gold bedrooms, the Ville-Marie suite, and the John Lennon & Yoko Ono suite – were redesigned to shine the modernist heritage of the hotel and take on the style of the decade of the sixties.
The Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth Hotel has a service to rent a limousine for the transfer of guests.