The new spacious lobby area features twenty foot windows that overlook the Sulphur Mountain Range. The front desk has a large oak lamp post with jeweled and seeded lights. A massive wall of Rundle Roack stands behind the front desk. This unique feature is the original exterior wall, preserved during restoration.
Styled after a Scottish baronial castle, this traditional European style chateau resort offers a unique blend of opulence and splendor. Care and attention has been given to ensure that the new exterior construction blends in with the original structure. The Rundle Stone façade is designed to reflect the same architecture of the hotel of 1928.
Distinctly furnished and cozy in character, the charming Fairmont rooms are designed for two guests only in mind. In these rooms you will find all of the traditional services and amenities for a comfortable stay. Conveniently located throughout the resort, Fairmont rooms offer value and comfort, and feature a variety of majestic mountain vistas. The Fairmont rooms are approximately 250 sq. ft in size and can have either one King, one Queen, or two twins bed (maximum capacity 2). Fairmont rooms are located on the mountain side of the resort.
The variety of traditional, regional and contemporary dining experiences available at the Fairmont Banff Springs is as vast as the majestic parkland surrounding the resort. Whatever your gastronomic craving might be, health conscious cuisine, magnificent steaks or classic Canadian fare, your appetite will surely be satisfied.
Situated among the snow capped peaks of the Canadian Rockies, the Fairmont Banff Springs is a landmark hotel known throughout the world as The Castle in The Rockies.