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The magnificent Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise offers high class of accommodation with beautiful scenic views of the surrounding mountains and frozen lake.
The spectacular settings and every conceivable amenity with excellent standard of service makes Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise a resort in its own right.
Location Set beside the frozen lake. Shuttle bus picks you up from the hotel to the ski areas.
Bedrooms 554 Fairmont rooms sleep 1-2 and have King bed or 2 twin beds. Fairmont Lakeside rooms have spectacular views of the lake and glaciers. Deluxe rooms are larger and sleep 1-4 persons with 1 king or 2 queen size beds. Deluxe Lakeside rooms have the views of glaciers and frozen lake. Suites are available on request. All rooms have bath, shower, TV, fridge, coffee maker, telephone, hairdryer.
Gold Floor Rooms are also available on the exclusive
‘Fairmont Gold Floor’ at a supplement.
Meals Room only. Variety of restaurants available at the hotel to book and enjoy locally.
Facilities Concierge, room service, bar, lounges, various shops, indoor pool, hot tub, steam room, health club. Executive Gold Floor.
About Lake Louise
Lake Louise itself is pretty small, but it does have a good selection of accommodation and restaurants – most are good value-for-money. If your budget is bigger, you can always stay at the world-famous Chateau Lake Louise, which is also a lovely spot to drop in for lunch during your ski day. Après-ski is distinctly North American, with line-dancing and Country music dominating the bar life. Alternatively, you can choose to stay 60km away in Banff itself. Banff, a significantly larger town is for many a better choice as a base resort, offering you closer access to Sunshine Village and Mount Norquay/Mystic Ridge ski areas and a wider choice of lodging and dining options.
A tri-area ski pass covers your skiing in Lake Louise, Sunshine Village and Mount Norquay. This pass also includes free access to the regular and efficient shuttle bus service linking these ski areas with the lodging in Lake Louise and Banff.
If you visit, you will quickly understand why, along with Whistler, most Europeans head for Lake Louise. It has great skiing, is incredibly user-friendly, the snow is excellent and it's all very reasonably priced.