This hotel is near the train station, Old Montreal, and downtown, and it boasts a 60-year history. Many official and unofficial members of the British Royalty have stayed here, but a particular pair left quite an impression: In 1969 John Lennon and Yoko Ono had their infamous bed-in here, in Suite 1742, where the song "Give Peace a Chance" was written and recorded. The hotel was also the Olympic Games headquarters in 1976, where 50 of the 60 visiting heads of state stayed. No question, this hotel is the most famous one in Montreal.
Indulge your inner prince or princess and book a lavish suite at the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth and pretend the world is yours, if only for one night.