Did You Know? Fairmont Banff Springs

April 14, 2016 By:Five Star Alliance

Fairmont Banff Springs
The 
Fairmont Banff Springs in Alberta is an internationally recognized symbol of Canadian hospitality. It was built during the 19th century as one of Canada's grand railway hotels, being constructed in Scottish Baronial style and located in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada. The hotel was opened to the public on June 1, 1888. The likes of Helen Keller, Marilyn Monroe, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth
visited the hotel.
 


Related Hotels

Post Hotel

Lake Louise, Canada

Perched at 1500 metres amidst the natural wonders of Banff National Park you will find this cherished Alpine chalet. Canada’s largest ski area is just minutes away and the abundance of snow is just one reason a growing number... more >>

Style:
Classic Luxury
Rating:

Few hotels in the world can rival the majesty, hospitality and scenery of The Fairmont Banff Springs. Its unique blend of opulence and seclusion has been a symbol of Rocky Mountain magnificence for more than a century. Styled... more >>

Style:
Classic Luxury
Rating:

Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise

Lake Louise, Canada

Surrounded with snow-frosted Rocky Mountain peaks. Secluded next to a legendary lake. Showcased by a majestic glacier. In a land of storybook endings, The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise awaits your arrival. Escape to a haven of... more >>

Style:
Classic Luxury
Rating:

Rimrock Resort Hotel

Banff, Canada

The Rimrock Resort Hotel is a AAA/CAA Four Diamond Hotel located in the heart of the Canadian Rockies and Banff National Park. The Rimrock Resort Hotel offers exceptional views of the Canadian Rockies, fine dining, a luxury spa,... more >>

Style:
Classic Luxury
Rating:

Grande Rockies Resort

Canmore, Canada

The Grande Rockies Resort is located in Canmore, Alberta only minutes from Banff National Park. At the Grande Rockies, guests can go for a swim in the indoor pool with waterslide. A modern fitness center and award-winning... more >>

Style:
Classic Luxury
Rating: