Everything old is new again at Fairmont Banff Springs
Fairmont Banff Springs has officially launched its new collection of Fairmont Gold and Signature Suites.
On the tail end of a 2-year, $35 million CAD renovation of its suites and guest rooms, Fairmont Banff Springs has officially its new collection of Fairmont Gold and Signature Suites. This extensive makeover, including the coveted Crown Suite (formerly the Royal Suite), select one and two-bedroom suites, plus Terrace Suites, offers guests an unparalleled level of luxury and access to exclusive services in Banff’s iconic castle.
The Fairmont Gold renovation includes 110 guestrooms and a new private arrival area that is perfectly situated to showcase the resort’s million-dollar view of its UNESCO World Heritage Site surroundings.
“With the addition of a private courtyard arrival experience, Fairmont Gold is truly a hotel within a hotel experience,” said Gregor Resch, general manager of Fairmont Banff Springs and regional vice president of Canada’s Western Mountain Region. “Our Fairmont Gold team delivers an experience which is uniquely curated for each guest, and adds that personal touch our brand is known for.”
Guests on Fairmont Gold will have access to a private concierge team, spacious lounge with daily harvest-style breakfast, evening canapés, full-service bar, snacks and beverages throughout the day.
Located at the peak of the castle’s turret and boasting panoramic views, the 1,500-square-foot Crown Suite has been transformed with the addition of a second bedroom and an upgraded master bedroom. As Banff’s most exclusive suite, and one that has been host to royalty and celebrities like Marilyn Monroe, it now boasts a spacious entertaining area, dry bar, and two impressive modern bathrooms. An intimate living room and fireplace complete the redesign of this distinctive suite, setting a grand stage for guests looking to celebrate those extra special occasions. The new Crown Suite is open to guest bookings as of May 1, 2023.
All renovated Signature Suites offer upgraded amenities, including a personalized concierge service, valet parking, Fairmont Spa access, daily breakfast, personalized wake-up calls, and an in-room dry bar.
Fairmont Gold rooms and Signature Suites were designed by Jeffrey Beers International.
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