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Verspreid over Canada liggen diverse historische Fairmont-hotels. Wij kunnen voor u een reis langs deze hotels samenstellen!

Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel

Het Fairmont Banff Springs hotel ligt op een unieke locatie, aan de rand van Banff.

Vanaf € 120,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info
  • Grapes Wine Bar
  • Fairmont kamer
  • Zwembad
  • Riverview Lounge
Grapes Wine Bar Fairmont kamer Zwembad Riverview Lounge


Grapes Wine Bar
Fairmont kamer
Riverview Lounge

Over Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel

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Er zijn weinig hotels die het tegen het Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel kunnen opnemen wat betreft grootsheid en ligging. Het hotel is gehuisvest in een kasteel en biedt naast de prachtige uitzichten golfbanen, een binnenzwembad, restaurants en de Willow Stream Spa. De kamers zijn klassiek ingericht maar wel voorzien van moderne faciliteiten waaronder internettoegang. Alle kamers bieden een fantastisch uitzicht op de omgeving. Tijdloze schoonheid, luxe en comfort, omringd door de adembenemende ongerepte wildernis; het Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel is een waar icoon van de Rocky Mountains.


  • romantiek
  • hotspot
  • luxury

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Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel
Banff National Park
v.a. € 120 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)

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: WiFi, televisie, telefoon, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, strijkplank en -ijzer, föhn en compleet ingerichte badkamer.

Zoals Fairmont, ruimer, met een zitgedeelte.

Junior Mountain View Suite
Zoals Deluxe, ruimer zitgedeelte, uitzicht op de bergen.


Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel is gunstig gelegen aan de rand van Banff.

Aantal kamers



• 8 Restaurants
• 3 Bars
• Binnenzwembad

• Buitenzwembad
• Spa
• Fitnesscentrum

• 9-holes golfbaan

• Tennisbaan
• Laundry-service


• Skiën

• Hiken

• Vissen

• Kajakvaren

• Paardrijden

• Tour door het kasteel

Banff in de provincie Alberta is een dorp in het gelijknamige nationale park, wellicht het beroemdste van heel Canada.


We loved this hotel. It was so fun to wonder around and see all the beautiful scenery, It was amazing and romantic. We stayed on gold level which was nice and seemed to have a few more options than Lake Louise Fairmont. Restaurants were good when we could get in. Many places were full and not able to accommodate us. We went to the spa which was just alright. The body scrub was nothing special and the massages seemed very short (after all said and done more like 40 min, not 60). The use of the pools were okay but crowded and people seemed snobby there which was off-putting. All in all we did love it here and think it is just a gorgeous hotel. Had a great time

"Very family-friendly, delightful staff; very family-friendly hotel"

The staff here were delightful. Very friendly, very eager to please and always a smile. We stayed on the Fairmont Gold Floor and it worked very well for our family. Delicious buffets twice a day. The breakfast buffet was extremely filling with lots of protein options including fish and fowl. Lots of seating areas that are conducive to family visits. Twice-daily visits from the room attendant were useful for us given we did not venture out much. This venue was extremely family-friendly with lots of smaller kids in evidence. Those staying here should be well prepared to enjoy the company of kids because you will hear and see them everywhere including in the halls and in the evening! A few drawbacks: the hotel food was, in retrospect, not quite exactly what I expected for a Fairmont. Burgers were overcooked and didn't feel like they were gourmet fare. The family restaurant was great but the food, again, was not quite what I would have expected of a Fairmont. Also - noise from the hall was very evident and unavoidable. This is not the place to go (at least not during high season) for a quiet, adult retreat! Most rooms have walk-in showers not baths. Finally, the gold floor buffet, while great, closes pretty early for breakfast at 10 a.m. (considering it's holiday time and i wanted to sleep in!). The dinner-time fare is not suitable for those with food sensitives/allergies. Overall it was a fun time and the bustling atmosphere kept things very enjoyable. This is Banff's premier hotel and for good reason.

""Castle in the Rockies""

Have dreamt of staying here for quite some time! Seeing the property lit up at night set against the backdrop of snow and mountains was something to experience firsthand. We had awe inspiring mountain views from our hotel room. We took the self-guided tour of this grand property which was great. We really appreciated how we seemingly had full access to all the major rooms/ballrooms where we could take in the lavish decor. The outdoor heated pool was awesome especially since it was chilly out. For being an older, majestic hotel, we were impressed out how beautifully maintained and preserved this property is. Would most definitely recommend anyone stay here and take it all in!

"Nice hotel but the service is lacking"

Being a Fairmont President's club member, I have stayed at multiple Fairmont properties. Unfortunately, Banff Springs is probably the worst Fairmont branded hotel I have stayed at thus far. I will also note that I did not pay for my stay as I used my Fairmont President's club free night certificate to book this stay.I travelled with my partner and my dog! The valet were fantastic and I was blown away by the level of service I received from the valet team. We decided to self-park our car and paid $25 CAD which I feel is too much considering the parking area is technically outdoors and you have to plug your car in overnight when it's really cold. The employee who checked us in was fantastic and was very patient with us even though we kept changing our minds about the type of room we wanted. She detailed all the amenities of the hotel and even showed us on a map the best place to take our dog when he needs to use the bathroom. The room we decided to go with was a Jacuzzi Junior Suite. Unfortunately the guest from the previous night hadn't checked out yet so we were giving a deluxe room as a day room until the jacuzzi suite was ready. The deluxe room was quite disappointing and I was very glad that it wasn't the room we were sleeping in. The window had a large blood or ketchup stain (too had to tell). It's not the biggest deal, although I would have been annoyed if I had paid $500 for the room. We also found previous guest's belongings in the mini fridge. We called royal service to notify them but they offered no apology and didn't seem to care. My partner had to ask them to send someone up to collect the items. The housekeeper who attended the room to collect the belongings apologised profusely. Later on, in the afternoon our suite became ready and a bellman came to the room to help us move our bags. Our jacuzzi suite was amazing and ten times better than the deluxe room. It was triple the size and had a large 2 person jacuzzi in the living room area as well as a huge bathroom. The bed was very comfortable. The only problem I had with this room was that the walls were angled inwards so I hit my head on the wall a couple of times so I wouldn't recommend this room to any tall people. We went and had dinner at Grapes Wine bar where we ordered Cheese fondue and wine! Dinner was fabulous and the service was great! Both the server and the chef were great. After dinner, we decided to go for a drink at the Rundle Lounge. We arrived at 10.40pm and sat ourselves. After waiting 5 minutes our server finally came over. She notified us that last call was in 10 minutes and we quickly ordered our drinks. Whilst drinking our drinks a group of 5 people came to the lounge and sat down. It was very obvious that none of the employees at the lounge wanted to take the table as I saw 4 employees talking and pointing at the table trying to decide who's going to take it. I've worked in restaurants before so I know how frustrating it can be serving a table that came just before closing, although it is the Fairmont and people are paying a lot of money to stay at the hotel. Our server disappeared for 10 minutes so we had to wait for her to reappear before paying our bill. When dropping off our bill she was quite rude and short with us even though she had disappeared for 10 minutes. I'm not sure why the Bar was closing so early the night we were there. The advertised closing time is 1am and they were closed by 11.15pm. This was pretty disappointing. The next day we skipped breakfast and went straight to lunch from In Room Dining. We ordered two burgers and some food for our dog. The person who took my order was thorough but was not very friendly. After 35 minutes our food was at our door. The server was lovely and came in and set everything up for us. We were told the latest we could checkout was 4pm (even though president's club platinum members are allowed until 5pm at other properties). I called royal service for some help with our bags and it took someone 25 minutes to come. Checkout was average and the supervisor/manager who checked us out came across rushed and rude. Overall the hotel and grounds are beautiful, although the service just doesn't seem to be at the same standard as other Fairmont hotels. If you are choosing between this property and Whistler I would recommend choosing Chateau Whistler.

"A Castle in the Mountains"

Just the view driving up to this hotel makes it worthwhile, but the hotel itself is amazing. So beautiful. Full marks to all the staff and for the food and shops as well. I particularly like the hiking trails right behind the Hotel, I spent hours hiking through the mountains!! Watched deer and Elk casually strolling by right between the buildings as we sipped our Hot Chocolate and enjoyed fresh baked treats every morning!!

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