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Our 3-nights stay in Montreal at the Fairmont the Queen Elizabeth did not disappoint. We visited 
Montreal as a family in the autumn months of October. If you are looking to experience comfort 
and luxury, you may share similar feelings. We found the location to be central to many landmarks, 
such as the famous Notre-Dame Basilica (famous church in Montreal), Vieux-Port de Montreal 
(Old Port of Montreal), which is home to La Grande Roue de Montreal  (Ferris wheel) and 
much more. Many prominent eateries surround the Fairmont, including the in house Roselys 
RestaurantFiorellino and Portus 360 (360 degree rotating restaurant). 


If you have kids, you ought to appreciate any additional square footage available. Our toddler 
therefore motivated us to upgrade to the Large Gold Fairmont Gold Room though he did not offer 
to pay. Nevertheless, it was worth it. The additional space and the panoramic city views exposing
 his little eyes to the bustling traffic and endless cars kept him occupied while the contemporary design 
and the Nespresso coffer maker kept Manjot and I occupied. We appreciated the complimentary 
mini refrigerator to store Waris's yogurt and snacks. The additional sitting area adjacent to the 
wide windows allowed us to wind down at the end of the night before making our way to the 
cozy bed. Check out this glorious space.


Besides the additional space, the Fairmont Gold experience was another incentive for an upgrade. 
The complimentary breakfast, snacks, evening canap├ęs and (non-alcoholic) beverages kept us busy 
to say the least. For snacks, I am talking mini pizzas and burgers, fresh fruits and veggies and much 
more. The elegant space and views of Downtown Montreal from the 21st floor were thoroughly 
amused us.


We enjoyed local eats around the Fairmont but kept going back to Roselys for their Vegetarian burger. 
The taste of individual ingredients in the pasta dish remain memorable. I enjoyed every bit of it. 
If you are heading to Montreal, I highly recommend checking out Roselys even if you are not staying 
at the Fairmont. Fiorellino is another restaurant we loved eating at.


I must throw in this picture of the pool. Look at that stunning space!

I hope you enjoyed reading this post and found it useful. 

stay exploring,


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