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Friday, September 4, 2009

Bannf Fairmont, Banff Fairmont

Anonymous said...
The Fairmont chain of hotels all share some features, like the fluffy white robes and the luxuriousness of the entire hotel. The Fairmont Banff Springs is no exception. The exterior is grand; it is reminiscent of a large Scottish castle and is nestled into the base of the Rocky Mountains. The view from many rooms as well as the restaurants, lobbies and bars is spectacular, even for those of us for whom the Rockies are common place. The rooms are spacious, and elegantly furnished. As with most of the Fairmont hotels as well, the king size beds make sleeping a delightful experience. There is the spa, of course, and the Banff Springs boasts several restaurants, pubs and lounges; in fact, I didn’t even see all of them when I wandered around the hotel. All of the staff everywhere on the premises are all friendly and cater to the visitors’ every whim. Even the grounds, when not covered in snow, are immaculately tended to.

The Banff Springs hotel is close to everything-the town centre is minutes away, and is certainly worth wandering through; although very touristy, the amazing view is certainly worth the effort. Close by as well are the ski hill, golf courses and the gondola. The rates for a stay here are what you should expect from a high-end luxury Fairmont hotel, which may put some people off. Starting at $250 during the winter months, which is steep, it is worth it to have one night of full-on luxury and elegance.

September 4, 2009 11:14 AM

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