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Fairmont Banff Springs, Summer

Our Commitment

As the environment is the raw material of tourism, Accor has set stock by this position on sustainable development since 1974. Ever since we have constantly worked to redefine boundaries. Today, we are giving our commitment a new lease on life.

Our commitment at ACCOR:

  • be an inclusive company and ensure the welfare of our people
  • encourage our guests to act as multipliers of the positive effects of our actions. 
  • establish a lasting relationship with our partners, who share our commitments and are working with us to produce innovative solutions that have a positive impact
  • work hand-in-hand with local communities, because our commitment does not end at the hotel door.

Finally, because of the increasing pressure on the environment and in light of the Group’s development priorities, we have chosen to pay special attention to two specific issues:

  • healthy and sustainable food, with a ban on food waste.
  • a move towards carbon-neutral buildings.

Fairmont Banff Springs – ACCOR Commitment – Acting Here


Preserving the natural environment for future generations is the core value of our historic, 4-diamond resort.


Diversity & Inclusion

Welcoming others, accepting and valuing their differences, acknowledging that we will be enriched by our contact with them, is one of the founding principles of our management ethics.



We acknowledge that Banff is located on the traditional lands of Treaty & Territory, comprised of the Stoney Nakoda Nations of Wesley, Chiniki and Bearspaw; three Nations of Blackfoot Confederacy: the Pikani, Kainai, and Siksika; and the Tsuu T’ina of the Dene people. Treaty 7 Territory is also shared with the Métis Nation of Alberta, Region 3.

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