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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 € 179,- 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


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Riverview Lounge

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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.


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Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel
Banff National Park
v.a. € 179 (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.

"The Luxury I expected from a Fairmont Property"

I had been to the Fairmont in Banff once before, but just for a drink not as a guest. I was attending a conference being held on site, and I was very happy to have a chance to be a guest at the Banff Springs. When I arrived I found out that I had been upgraded to the Gold Level which provided me with a private concierge and lounge area which was amazing. They take your cell number and you are able to text for anything you need during your stay, you can check out by text, and they checked in on me to make sure I was having a good stay. That was a great feature that was very convenient. The room was newly renovated and beautiful with a great view of the mountains. Being a large old hotel, we did have to run the shower for about 5min before hot water made it up to our room, but after figuring that out it was fine. I would highly recommend taking advantage of the heated outdoor pool, it was an amazing way to start the day! Other amenities such as the gym and spa were great features of the hotel. Staff would bend over backwards to accommodate and were always saying hello when seeing you around the property. I would highly recommend this hotel, and I look forward to coming back as a guest on vacation as opposed to work.

"Classic and timeless, with a few missing modern ski lodge amenities"

How could you not stay here or its sister hotel at Lake Louise? This is an iconic piece of Canadian Rocky Mountain history. We were there for three days of skiing, so my review is colored by that. A sprawling, massive, beautiful resort. The concierge was amazing, he could help us with anything. The facilities were beautiful and even castle-like. There were a number of restaurants on facility. Had great resort amenities to entertain yourself bowling, ice skating, or hiking if you didn't want to leave the hotel area. This is truly a world class five star experience. It had a very high quality outdoor shop on the facility which included not just rental skies, but snow shoes, cross country skies, chains to put over your shoes to go on a slippery/icy hike, etc -- everything was new, nice, and good quality. The common and lounge areas were warm and inviting places to spend time with family and friends. So why didn't I give it five stars? A few pet peeves ... (1) The pool. I was very confused if there were pool and hot tub facilities (essential for post ski days!) from the resort web site. The answer is that there is indeed an indoor and outdoor heated pool (with a brilliant view) and an indoor hot tub. The indoor area is too steamy to be usable. The outdoor pool was lovely and even included pool side drinks, but far too crowded. But really the main stay of any half way decent ski lodge is an outdoor hot tub (you know, with jets!) but apparently you have to pay for the spa (minimum $49) to use the hotel's outdoor hot tub. (2) The resort and parking fee. Isn't this hotel expensive enough without adding $15/day for resort fee and $25/day for parking? (3) Ski shuttles. Another mark of a halfway decent resort near a ski mountain is a shuttle to the ski mountain operating continuously throughout the day. A free shuttle. However, this resort contracted with a private service that cost $15 roundtrip to Sunshine that only operated a few times a day (not sure what the options to Lake Louise were, we drove there). Fine for one person, but that can get pretty pricey for a family plus inconvenient with only running a few times a day. (4) Restaurants. Would be nice to have something that you could grab food at for less than $100 for a couple. (5) Room size. We got one of the less expensive (still expensive) rooms in the Stanley Thomson wing. It was effectively below ground level with a few of a sunken courtyard (no natural light) and the room was extremely small by modern hotel standards. It was comfortable, clean, well appointed, and had all the amenities you'd expect. But small and dark.


What to say about this spectacular hotel?? It is truly amazing, from the views to the service, to the food, to the Spa. Breathtaking. Will stay again for weekend for sure. It's a winter wonderland of amazement.

"Incredible "

We had our wedding here, only very small and without a reception. Emilie the functions lady was great, we live in Australia and I thought getting things organised would be a nightmare, quite the opposite. Staff were all very friendly and helpful, we received an email the day prior asking what time we wanted to check in, we asked for 1pm and everything went smoothly. The hotel and grounds are beautiful. We had a mountain view room and I could've stared out the window all day. Our room was very well sized and the bed was incredibly comfortable. I just can not understand how this place gets negative reviews, it's one of the best hotels I've ever stayed in.

"Wonderful "

This will be the most comprehensive review I've written on a hotel but the Fairmont Springs Hotel deserves a little attention. We initially had an issue with our room (which we had upgraded to a suite) because it was in an annex to the main building and very small. We have two small children (4 & 2) and the hotel is so vast it was taking a long time to walk them through the corridors. We also wanted more living space because we knew we would be spending a lot of time in the room. Carmen at the front desk arranged for us to be moved to adjoining rooms in the main building which was perfect. We didn't complain loudly but they did everything possible to make our stay more comfortable. It made a huge difference and we couldn't believe they did that for us. The hotel itself is beautiful and only beaten by the views of the surrounding mountains. Whether you are out on the terrace, in the outside swimming pool (that's as hot as a bath) or just wandering around the grounds, the views are to die for. The building has an interesting history and as it stands now expect a blend of modern and aged. It works very well indeed. Everywhere you go you'll find the staff friendly, courteous and attentive to your needs. Of course with our 'spirited' kids we do attract sympathetic looks from people but the staff were all engaging with them. We took frequent trips to Banff using the complimentary shuttle and the service was always amazing. If there's not one available then a taxi is just a few dollars and the guys will be pleased to call one for you. For the early risers, you can get a superb coffee from their pantry on the ground floor. The girls that work there always have a smile on their faces and know how to make a great cappuccino. Sadly we were not able to make use of the spa (kids) but we heard from other guests that it rates as high as any spa in the area. We did use the pools. There's a first class Olympic sized pool inside with a small hot tub (obscenely hot temperature) and a smaller outside pool, which the kids enjoyed more. The changing facilities are amongst the best I've seen. It's relaxed enough for you to walk through the hotel in a robe and if there was any better way to share how good the hotel service is it is this ..... adult robes are available in the room and shortly after a call to reception, robes for the kids were delivered to the room. Who knew they made robes for two year olds? Our little girl walked to the pool like a princess. Wherever you go the hotel is immaculately clean and the service of the rooms was very good indeed. The hotel isn't designed for young children however we were never made to feel out of place in what otherwise is a very serine atmosphere. There are events put on for the children but most are for kids over the age of 6. At weekends they have s'mores for the kids where they can toast marshmallows on an open fire and enjoy hot chocolate. It's free too. You may already know that this is a major conference venue for corporate clients. I've attended many international congresses in hotels like this and it did concern us at the time of booking. If it concerns you too I can say you have nothing to worry about. There were conferences being held during our 10-day stay but we could only tell because of delegate wearing lanyards!! The conference facility is separate to the main hotel (see photo). The hotel has numerous options for evening dinner, we tried most and also restaurants in town that are just a short taxi ride away. We weren't disappointed whichever option we took. The concierge guys were very pleasant to deal with whilst be extremely knowledgeable about the area and options for activities. They even arranged a visit to the medical clinic for my son during our stay. There are various routes to walk into Banff town from the hotel and I'd recommend taking the more scenic routes to the east, across the river. It's very beautiful, free of traffic and we also spotted coyotes whilst building a snowman with the kids in the woods. If shopping is your thing then the hotel hosts an array of shops selling everything from art, clothing and curios to ski wear, antiquities and jewellery. Gear for skating and sledging can be hired from the conference centre and it's just a walk down hill to the pub area to start having fun. I am a believer in that it is possible for hotels to price themselves out of a market but Banff Springs probably finds the appropriate balance. It isn't cheap by any definition and if were to tell you that they have a stone grizzly bear outside that (I am told) can be bought for $550,000, then you probably have a good idea of their target audience. Generally you may feel that prices are a little on the high side. The thing is that the whole area is hideously expensive and in reality the Fairmont Springs hotel is good value for money. Here's an example; breakfast in the superb grill restaurant is $30 per person, which if you eat light is quite a lot. We have two small kids (they eat free) so breakfast was always $60. Most restaurants in Banff where we eat breakfast charged around the same but of course you're ordering off the menu so you don't get the variety of the Fairmont's buffet. The hotel also has a few nice touches that are worth a mention. You can borrow charger units for your phone at no cost if you're out for the day. They put movies on for kids and they also have a family fun lounge where the kids can play on a bouncy castle as well as play many games. The ladies supervising were brilliant. There is seamless and good speed wifi wherever you go in the buildings and grounds. The hotel charges a daily resort fee which is good because you don't need to worry about tipping outside of the restaurant servers. Either that or I've been a very rude guest! Finally we weren't collected for the airport transfer until 15:00 and checkout is midday. The guys on the front desk simply extended our room stay at now charge - brilliant. Kristy & Rory at the concierge desk deserve a mention for their super customer service as do Nadia, Taylor & Carmen at reception. We are going home feeling very privileged, the Fairmont Banfff Springs Hotel is a special place that easily deserves 6 stars.

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