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Fairmont’s Banff Springs and Chateau Lake Louise Team Up To Offer Long-Stay Guests Privileges and Perks

May 27, 2021

BANFF AB – Guests staying at Fairmont Banff Springs and Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise this summer will have plenty of rewards to reap. The hotels are collaborating to offer long-stay guests a plethora of perks and privileges, from significant savings to exclusive access, all while making the most of their mountain playground.

From June 1 to September 30, 2021, guests can save up to 30 per cent off best available rate with Fairmont’s ‘Get Real – Experience it All’ offer.

For those staying at Canada’s Castle in the Rockies, Fairmont Banff Springs, for four consecutive nights or more with the Get Real Offer, they will automatically receive daily complimentary breakfast for two adults. Additionally, they will receive complimentary self-parking for the day at Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise plus coveted priority access for canoe rentals at The Boathouse at Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise (boathouse operation weather dependent).

Meanwhile, guests staying at Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise for three consecutive nights or more with the Get Real Offer will have complimentary access to the sunrise shuttle to the majestic Moraine Lake along with a boxed continental breakfast. And for those staying four nights or more, guests will receive complimentary canoe rental at The Boathouse. Furthermore, long-stay guests of Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise who may wish to explore Banff for the day will also receive on a complimentary basis at Fairmont Banff Springs: self-parking for the day, historical tour of the Castle, one-hour bike rental, golf club rentals and driving range access at Fairmont Banff Springs Golf Course. All long-stay perks for Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise guests can be found here.

As restrictions ease in Alberta and across Canada, there really is no better time to experience the Canadian Rockies. The ‘Get Real – Experience it All’ offer is available now until September 30, 2021 at Fairmont Banff Springs and Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise.

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