The Fairmont Banff Springs is an 1888 resort in Scottish Baronial castle style, with free shuttles running to Banff’s iconic ‘Big 3’ ski resorts. The 4-star resort offers fantastic views of the Banff National park, has a 27-hole championship golf course, and its award-winning Willow Stream Spa draws on the UNESCO heritage site’s natural hot springs.
All 764 rooms and suites have a minimum of en-suite bathroom, flat-screen TV, tea and coffee-maker, hair dryer, and high speed internet (surcharge).
The hotel has an aquatic and fitness centre, kids club, bowling and entertainment, a concierge team, extensive outdoor activities, tennis courts, valet and self parking and ski & bike storage. It offers conference and events facilities for up to 1400 people.
Guests can choose from more than 12 restaurants and bars, with specialties such as Canadian, Japanese, or Italian cuisine.
The Fairmont Banff Springs is 80 miles west of Calgary International Airport. This accommodation is also known as Banff Fairmont, Banff Fairmont Springs, Banff Springs, and Banff Springs Fairmont.
The majesty of this beautiful historical building — truly a castle in the mountains — is matched only by the majestic alpine scenery. Guests were impressed by the gorgeous decor, and huge wealth of attractions in the area, with shuttles heading to the nea
Warm and accommodating excellence.
The Fairmont Banff Springs seems to pride itself of staff service, so you will find all team members to be very accommodating, welcoming and warm, with the concierge team proving to be of great assistance. Those with Gold status found the staff service to
Relax in the top class spa.
In addition to the complimentary access to a fantastic aquatic centre, guests found the facilities and treatments at the Willow Stream Spa to be top notch and very relaxing.
Rooms can be cramped.
A small number of those who stayed at The Fairmont Banff Springs found both their rooms and bathrooms to be too small for their liking, and the bathrooms particularly cramped.
Prices add up.
Adding the costly expenses of parking and hotel meals, to what a few considered to be already expensive room rates, meant that the overall cost seemed really too much to some.