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The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise is a unique property and the place to stay when you are looking for style, service and awe inspiring views.
The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise is a unique property and the place to stay when you are looking for style, service and awe inspiring views. It has an idyllic location on the shores of Lake Louise, overlooking the Victoria glacier in Banff National Park. The Chateau is practically a resort in itself containing shops, restaurants, bars and excellent leisure facilities and is often described as a ‘Diamond in the Wilderness’. This property has been welcoming guests for over a century to its lavishly decorated bedrooms with world class amenities and service. The free ski shuttle bus will take you directly to the ski area (approximately 10 minutes).
Guest facilities include ‘The Spa’, with indoor heated pool, whirlpool, steam room, fitness room; a large selection of restaurants including 4 diamond fine dining in the Fairview Dining Room, the 24 hour Chateau Deli, the Glacier Saloon, and the famous Walliser Stube Wine Bar and Restaurant, which offers a Savoyard style menu with Swiss German dishes such as cheese and meat fondue, ideal for those seeking a traditional mountain dining experience in exquisite surroundings.
We feature Fairmont and Deluxe rooms as well as Junior and 1 Bedroom Suites and Fairmont Gold rooms.
The Fairmont Gold is a unique experience available to those clients who wish to have a more personalised service and added extras to make their holiday that little bit more special. The Fairmont Gold floor is situated on the 7th floor of the hotel and includes private check in and check out, private concierge service, deluxe continental breakfast, post ski appetisers and complimentary tea and coffee throughout the day. To get a full list of these extra services available with the Fairmont Gold package please call our Tailor-made sales team.
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.