An Update on Fairmont Hotels' Restoration Efforts

The hotel chain currently has several restoration projects underway in North America By: Sean Stroh
Fairmont is renovating and restoring many of its properties. // © 2016 Fairmont Hotels & Resorts
Fairmont is renovating and restoring many of its properties. // © 2016 Fairmont Hotels & Resorts

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Fairmont Hotels & Resorts continues to upgrade its North American portfolio with a number of different restoration projects either completed or currently underway. The upgrades include the recently restored Claremont Club & Spa in December 2015; the completion of the third and final phase of Hamilton Princess & Beach Club’s $100 million renovation in June; and the closure of The Queen Elizabeth Hotel this summer to make way for improvements such as additional suites and a new restaurant, which will debut in the summer of 2017. Other notable projects include the $27 million renovation of the 415-room Fairmont Washington, D.C., Georgetown and the $75 million lobby-to-roof restoration of Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac. Over the past few years, Fairmont has renovated or restored more than 80 percent of its North American portfolio.
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