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Fairmont Banff Springs

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • ultraluxurious
  • many amenities
  • historical property

    Cons

  • costly rooms and dining

Fairmont Banff Springs Review

Affectionately known as "The Castle in the Rockies," this massive hotel built by the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1888 marked the beginning of Banff's tourism boom and remains an oasis of historic elegance. With magnificent views of the Bow River and the surrounding mountains and an abundance of modern amenities, it is a destination in itself. Pampering is a form of art at the world-class Willow Stream spa. Restaurants, bars, and lounges of varying formality and cuisine create a small culinary universe. Rates decrease substantially off-season. If you join the free Fairmont's President's Club prior to your visit, then during your stay you can enjoy complimentary access to the Internet and health club, a free shoe shine, and discounts at the spa. Riding stables and a championship golf course can be found on the extensive grounds.

    Hotel Details

  • 770 rooms, 70 suites.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 10-21-2013

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