Fairmont Banff Springs – Canadian Rocky Luxury
Much of Canada was settled by Scottish immigrants. They named the various new built towns and cities after some of their favorite places back home. The name “Banff” comes from Banffshire, Scotland, which happened to be home to two of the original directors of the Canadian Pacific Railway.
To attract and accommodate tourists, the Canadian Pacific Railway erected a train station in Banff, and the spectacular Banff Springs Hotel, and the town mushroomed.
Since 1888 the luxurious Fairmont Banff Springs has stood as a symbol to the grandeur of the snow-tipped Canadian Rockies.
Styled in the theme of a Scottish baronial castle and originally built for adventurous travelers crossing the rugged Canadian Rockies by train, the Fairmont Banff Springs hotel continues to offer exemplary service and warm hospitality. A romantic and majestic experience.
The majesty of the castle-like Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel has become a symbol of Banff and everything it has to offer.
Pamper yourself with the luxury of this finely appointed hotel with its mesmerizing views, fine dining, and luxurious spa.
The ski slopes, hot springs, championship golf courses, and other mountain activities are within easy reach, yet the secluded, wooded atmosphere creates an ambiance of exclusivity and tranquility.
Fairmont Banff Springs
405 Spray Avenue