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Fairmont Banff Springs

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The world famous Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel is a distinctive and impressive landmark in Banff, Canada. It forms an amazing backdrop to the town in its elevated position just a mile from the centre.

Built in a Scottish baronial style with just a hint of French Chateau thrown in - it is more of a town than a hotel. With 770 bedrooms, 15 shops and 12 restaurants spanning global cuisine - one doesnt really need to leave the premises - except to go skiing.

  • Iconic mountain hotel
  • 5 minutes to Banff town centre by the hotel's complimentary shuttle
  • 10/15 minutes walk to Banff town centre
  • 12 restaurants, cafes and bars
  • Indoor Saltwater swimming pool, outdoor pool, full fitness centre
  • Willow Stream Spa with whirlpools, saunas, steam room and mineral baths.
  • Swimming Pool
  • Hot Tub
  • Sauna
  • Gym
  • Spa
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Log Fire
Guide price
£1,315pp was £1,540 save £225
  • Scheduled flights
  • Accommodation
  • Transfer
  • 19 January 2019
  • 7 Nights
  • Hotel - Room Only
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Children Receive Free Lift Passes

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Bedrooms

Moderate rooms have 1 queen bed or 1 queen and double sofa. Fairmont rooms sleep up to 4 persons and have a king size bed (1-2 persons), a queen size bed and a single bed (3 persons); two queen beds or a queen/king with sofa bed (4 persons). Deluxe rooms sleep 1-4 have the same layout as Fairmont rooms but are larger and more comfortable. The spacious Junior suites have a defined bedroom with a king bed, and sitting area within the room with double sofa bed. All rooms are allocated with sufficient beds for the number of occupants and have bath, shower, wc, TV, phone, coffee maker, hair dryer, minibar. Larger suites available on request.

Fairmont Room - Features either a King bed and a Queen bed OR 2 twin beds and sleeps 2 people.

Deluxe Room - Room features either a King bed, a Queen bed, 2 twin beds, 2 Queen beds or one Queen bed and a twin bed and sleeps 2 people.

Fairmont View Room -  Features either a King bed and a Queen bed OR 2 twin beds and sleeps 2 people.

Fairmont Gold Room - Features 1 King size bed and sleeps 2 people.

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Resort details

Banff

Jaw-dropping National Park and great value for money.

Spectacularly set in Canada's original National Park, Banff and its associated ski resorts are primarily summer resorts that luckily happen to have some excellent skiing on their doorsteps. Snow conditions vary from area to area. Sunshine Village prides itself on not requiring artificial snow, with Mt Norquay having snowmaking on all green and blue slopes. Lake Louise has about 40% of its terrain covered by snowmaking facilities. All in all, lack of snow is rarely a problem in a normal season on a Banff ski holiday

One of the greatest benefits of a ski holiday to Banff is that you can stay in one place but have access to 3 large resorts and miles and miles of well-groomed pistes and powdery off-piste to explore. Not to mention the amazing natural beauty of this area; in fact the National Geographic Traveller magazine added Banff to it's must see places to visit in 2017 and without question has some of the finest mountain scenery you will ever see.

The town of Banff is mostly spread along the central thoroughfare of Banff Avenue, with the majority of hotels, apartments, shops, bars and restaurants being on or just off the central stretch (although some hotels on Banff Avenue are a good walk to the centre of town). Lake Louise Village, about a 45 minute drive away, is less of a village, more an accumulation of accommodation with a few shops and a petrol station. Lake Louise itself, with the imposing Victoria glacier looming over the lake and famous Chateau Lake Louise, is a couple of miles further up the road.

Lodging in Banff has something for every budget, from the iconic Fairmont Banff Springs to local homely youth hostels and even the luxurious properties aren't outrageous in price in comparison to other resorts. Other accommodation options include the Rimrock, next to the Upper Hot Springs, and Banff Avenue hotels including the Banff Caribou Lodge, the Fox Suites and the good value Inns of Banff. Though Lake Louise and Sunshine, the neighbouring resorts have slightly more skiable terrain, the town of Banff is more of a all-rounded place to stay with access to good quality restaurants, lively bars and varied accommodation and if you have a car it is easy to drive to the other resorts if you want.

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