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Since opening its doors to the public in 1888, the Fairmont Banff Springs has become synonymous with Banff in the minds of the thousands of international travelers who’ve had the pleasure of staying in this historic luxury mountain resort. Today, the “Castle in the Rockies” is one of the most recognized landmarks in Canada and is a National Historic Site. Designed after a Scottish Baronial castle, you’ll feel like Rocky Mountain royalty as you take in the breathtaking views from this world-class resort.


Located in the Heart of the Banff National Park, Canada’s oldest national park and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Fairmont Banff Springs is surrounded by spectacular mountain vistas and pristine natural beauty. Its prime location, 1 km from the city center of Banff, makes it a luxurious launching point for the many outdoor activities the area has to offer like world-class skiing, hiking, and soaking in the Banff Upper Hot Springs.

Your Room + Facilities

Choose from a variety of accommodations from cozy and comfortable interior rooms to suites with their own hot tubs and terraces. Then, tee off next to a turquoise river with soaring mountains as your backdrop at the Fairmont Banff Springs world-famous championship golf course. When you’re ready to refuel, the resort features seven restaurants and two bars, including authentic Japanese sushi, modern Italian cuisine, and a traditional chop house. And no luxury retreat would be complete without afternoon tea. The resort pours England’s favorite pastime with the finest loose teas and an assortment of exquisite Victorian edibles

We have experiences for everyone - from the active traveller wanting to hike and canoe in the Canadian Rockies, discovering the best on offer in Nova Scotia and Newfoundland, or combining a cruise with luxury rail and accommodation.

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Those looking for indulgence should try the Clayoquot Wilderness Resort package for a luxury escape that sets a new standard for all “glamping” experiences, or tick the Northern Lights off your bucket list and head to the Yukon.