Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise
Originally built as a base for outdoor enthusiasts and alpinists over 100 years ago, this expansive 5-star hotel is set on the shores of Lake Louise with the majestic Rocky Mountains providing a truly astounding backdrop.
- Iconic Lake Louise hotel
- Elegant, spacious guestrooms
- Indoor heated swimming pool
- Several restaurants and bars
- Entertainment programme for children
About your hotel
Tucked deep within the Banff National Park, the hotel is enveloped by some of Canada’s most spectacular scenery and is situated within UNESCO World Heritage Site, Rocky Mountain Parks.
As you enter the hotel lobby you are immediately given a sense of luxury with twinkling chandeliers, plush carpets and the welcoming concierge. The spacious guestrooms are polished, plush and elegantly decorated with stylish, dark wood furniture.
Whether you are here for the hiking, horse riding, water sports, skiing or simply to explore this extraordinary part of our world, there is something for everyone. At the end of a fun-filled day, return to the 5-star comfort of the hotel for a swim, a dip in the hot tub, or a rejuvenating massage. Dining options include a modern Canadian restaurant, an alpine style eatery, a café, and a bar… all with amazing views. And to round the day off, why not head to the hotels’ cocktail bar for a nightcap and to plan the next day’s adventures.
On the shores of Lake Louise, Banff, Alberta.
Rooms are air-conditioned with fan, living room, cable TV, WiFi, fridge, coffee maker, hair dryer and ironing equipment.
Several restaurants, gym, spa, massage treatments, sauna, steam room, beauty salon/hairdresser, indoor pool, hot tub, games room, dry cleaning service, shopping arcade. Additional services include an entertainment programme for children, offering numerous activities.
|Room Type||Occupancy||Per person from|
|Fairmont Lake View Room||£159|
All prices are per person, based on 2 sharing a twin or double room. Seasonal variations may apply, please call Freedom Destinations for more information and availability. National Parks hotel rooms are subject to a mandatory admission fee payable directly by the traveller to the National Park Service.