Ignite April May 2017

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NEED IMAGE OF 'THE AGORA' The hotel will still have 50,000 sq. ft. of traditional meeting venues, including a ballroom that can open up to 17,000 sq. ft. with no pillar obstruction, as well as non-conventional and multi-functional pre- function area to foster meaningful connections. A multi-purpose lounge for fun social gatherings completes this unique convention floor. Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth will also challenge your preconceived notions of what a hotel could be. Upon entering the lobby, guests will discover the Agora, a flexible, multi-media space with dynamic programming. This area will accommodate a variety of events, including product launches, a town hall or pop-up exhibitions. Five satellite kitchens—almost like a food truck experience—will offer food to grab- and-go or stay. An urban kitchen market, the first of its kind in any hotel in Canada, will feature upscale local craftsmen, artisans and food producers. A lively mixology bar, bistro-style restaurant, a superior café, and an award- winning outside catering service complete the culinary experience. Pre-function space on the second floor NEED IMAGE OF 'the Agora'

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