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April 18, 2006
From journal Canadian Rockies
October 20, 2004
From journal Banff Springs: A Glacier atop a Volcano
December 16, 2003
From journal Ski trip with friends to Banff AB
April 30, 2003
From journal Cruising the Canadian Rockies
February 27, 2003
From journal Beautiful Banff
January 10, 2003
From journal Wonderful Banff
March 13, 2002
One of the finest flagship hotels owned by The Fairmont Hotels. Built at the end of 19th century by the famous Canadian Pacific Railway for the first travelers attracted to the beauty of unspoiled Rockies.
Today, over 100 hundred years later, you can expect a very comfortable stay with the same relaxing and charming atmosphere. The very attentive staff of this fine hotel will do everything to please you. From the very beginning of your stay, to the last hour, you are pampered with luxury making your visit very memorable.
Rooms are very nicely decorated and will please any taste and age.
Very comfortable beds, large bathrooms and many extras are what you can
expect from this hotel.
Hotel offers many packages such as:
- ski or spa with breakfast as well as women's spa retreat
- shuttle services between ski hills and valet parking
You can stay as a guest in one of the following accommodations offered:
Fairmont - "basic" ($400 CDN. approx.)
Fairmont Deluxe -"moderate" ($450.0 CDN. approx.)
Banff Premier - "super" ($500.0 CDN. approx.)
The pleasant bonus is that your US dollar goes further when exchanged to the Canadian $$$.
In the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel you can test your appetite according to your taste and the size of your wallet. There are many fine restaurants for you to choose and explore. The meals are prepared under the watchful eyes of the Maitre d'Hotel/Sommelier Anthony Chalmers and Chef Daniel Buss.
Foods in many varieties are offered from the Italian fine cuisine to the more familiar American western style.
From journal Banff, Skiers Paradise
by Tom Jeffrey
August 24, 2000
From journal Canadian Rockies Adventure