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Fairmont Hotels & Resorts has been treating guests to unrivalled hospitality for more than a century. In Canada, the Banff Springs Hotel first opened its doors in 1888; from that moment, Fairmont has been defining tourism across the country. Today, each of our 20 Canadian hotels and resorts is a destination unto itself, delivering unsurpassed elegance and comfort, locally inspired dining and the utmost in warm, engaging service. Travellers will be treated to an authentic expression of the locale with every visit. And, at any time, rich heritage and beautiful natural surroundings set the stage for extraordinary activities: whether you’re seeking snow-capped peaks or crystal-clear lakes, exhilarating skiing or thrilling golf, the allure of pristine wilderness or the excitement of a cosmopolitan city, Canada is a country to be explored.

Fairmont Hotels

British Columbia

The Fairmont Empress, Victoria

The Fairmont Vancouver Airport

The Fairmont Waterfront, Vancouver

Fairmont Pacific Rim, Vancouver

The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver

The Fairmont Chateau Whistler

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Beautiful British Columbia

Itinerary

Day 1: Dine in downtown Vancouver

Begin your western adventure at one of our three downtown Vancouver hotels: The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver, a castle in the heart of the city; The Fairmont Waterfront, where you'll enjoy relaxed coastal luxury; and Fairmont Pacific Rim, a contemporary icon with unsurpassed amenities. Once you've settled in, relish Vancouver's legendary fresh air with a stroll down bustling Robson Street, then head to trendy Yaletown for a modern dining experience.

Day 2: Explore Stanley Park

Spend a leisurely day exploring Vancouver, which is brimming with sights and attractions. Be sure to visit Stanley Park, an urban oasis at the ocean's edge that is home to a magnificent totem-pole display, British Columbia's most-visited attraction. In the evening, indulge in an exceptional dinner at any of our three downtown properties.

Day 3: Take tea in Victoria

Cross the Strait of Georgia to Victoria, the province's historic capital (a one-hour trip via float-plane). Wander through the world-famous Butchart Gardens, a 22-hectare (54-acre) horticultural wonderland; then, enjoy traditional afternoon tea at The Fairmont Empress, one of the city's most distinguished landmarks. Get pampered with a luxurious treatment at the hotel's Willow Stream Spa before returning to your guest room for the night.

Day 4: Ride a gondola in Whistler

After a scenic ferry trip back to Vancouver, travel to Whistler by motorcoach along the breathtaking Sea-to-Sky Highway (five hours). Once there, marvel at the spectacular sights from your perch on the PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola, which links Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. Cap off a busy day with a splendid dinner in The Fairmont Chateau Whistler's Grill Room — and with a good night's sleep in one of the resort's supremely comfortable guest rooms or suites.

Day 5: Hit Whistler's slopes

Spend the morning in the quaint mountain village of Whistler, perusing its many shops and boutiques. Afterwards, tee off on The Fairmont Chateau Whistler's award-winning golf course or, depending on the season, head slopeside for a serious afternoon of skiing.

Day 6: See spectacular scenery

Enjoy the mountain vistas and stunning seascapes as you return to the Vancouver International Airport. If you are flying out the next day, spend a restful night at The Fairmont Vancouver Airport — situated directly above the U.S. departures terminal — and savour a fine dinner at the acclaimed Globe@VYR.

Alberta

The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge

The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise

The Fairmont Banff Springs

The Fairmont Palliser, Calgary

The Fairmont Hotel Macdonald,
Edmonton

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Explore Alberta

Itinerary

Day 1: Discover Calgary

From Calgary International Airport, make your way to The Fairmont Palliser, the city's premier hotel. Then discover vibrant downtown Calgary, which offers renowned restaurants, exciting shopping and outstanding arts and entertainment. Top off a memorable day with a delectable dinner at The Rimrock, The Fairmont Palliser's signature restaurant.

Day 2: Visit Banff's shops and museums

Savour a hearty breakfast in the city — or simply order room service when you awake — then enjoy the scenic 90-minute drive through the majestic Rocky Mountains into Banff National Park. Explore Banff's charming shops, restaurants and museums before retiring to your luxurious guest room at The Fairmont Banff Springs.

Day 3: Play golf in Banff

In the morning, ride the Banff Gondola to the top of Sulphur Mountain, and take in magnificent views of the surrounding mountain ranges. Or play a round of golf on the renowned Stanley Thompson 18, The Fairmont Banff Springs' championship course - offering "one of the world's most enjoyable golf experiences," according to SCOREGolf magazine.

Day 4: Learn about Lake Louise

Just 45 minutes to the west, you'll find the delightful village of Lake Louise. Take a Mountain Heritage Guide tour to learn about the rich history and intriguing wildlife of the area. Spend a relaxing night at The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise, the architectural focal point of one of Canada's most photographed landscapes.

Day 5: Have an Icefields adventure

After a delicious breakfast at Poppy Brasserie or Château Deli, set out on the three-hour journey along the Icefields Parkway to Jasper National Park — rated one of the top 10 drives in the world by National Geographic. Stop at the Columbia Icefield for an informative, breathtaking tour of the ancient Athabasca Glacier.

Day 6: Hit the green in Jasper

After a comfortable night at The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, you'll be in fine form to experience all that Jasper has to offer — whether it's teeing off on the acclaimed golf course at "Canada's #1 Golf Resort" (SCOREGolf) or exploring the rustic mountain town.

Day 7: Dine in downtown Edmonton

Fuel up with a satisfying breakfast in Jasper before driving four hours to Edmonton. Once you arrive, familiarize yourself with the dynamic downtown — do some shopping, sit down to a delicious dinner, or take in one of many cultural events. Then unwind in the comfort of The Fairmont Hotel Macdonald, the city's only Four Diamond hotel.

Manitoba and Ontario

The Fairmont Winnipeg

The Fairmont Royal York, Toronto

Fairmont Chateau Laurier, Ottawa

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Sensational Central Canada

Itinerary

Day 1: Take in Toronto's nightlife

After flying into Toronto Pearson International Airport, make your way to the downtown luxury of The Fairmont Royal York. The hotel will connect you to numerous underground shops, while offering easy walking access to the city's many theatres. Take in a play or a musical, and savour the vibrant nightlife of Canada's cultural and entertainment hub.

Day 2: Tour Niagara Falls

Take a day trip to Niagara Falls, a mere 90 minutes away. From May to October, see the Falls close up on the famous Maid of the Mist boat tour, or get a bird's-eye view of this natural wonder with a helicopter ride. Before returning to Toronto, enjoy a wine tasting at one of the many wineries in beautiful Niagara-on-the-Lake.

Day 3: Visit Ottawa's museums

Board a VIA Rail train to the nation's capital, Ottawa (four hours from Toronto), where art lovers and history buffs will be spoiled for choice. Visit Parliament Hill and the city's famous museums before sitting down to a memorable Canadian dining experience at Wilfrid's, Fairmont Chateau Laurier's award-winning restaurant.

Day 4: Discover Montréal

In the morning, board the train once again for the cultural mecca of Montréal, a UNESCO City of Design (two hours away). Check in at Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth, conveniently located above the train station, then embark on a tour of the city on foot or by bus. From the charming stone buildings of Old Montréal to the impressive view from St. Joseph's Oratory, there's no end to the sights on offer. Finish the day with dinner at the hotel's celebrated Beaver Club.

Day 5: Go sightseeing in Québec city

From Montréal, Québec City is a pleasant three-hour journey by train. Once you arrive in the historic capital, freshen up in your guest room at the iconic Fairmont Le Château Frontenac — then take in the sights with a 90-minute cruise on the majestic St. Lawrence River. During dinner at Le Champlain, a Four Diamond restaurant overlooking the city, raise a toast to your unforgettable vacation.

Day 6: Enjoy breakfast in bed

Treat yourself to the ultimate indulgence — breakfast in bed, with a view of Old Québec. Enjoy a stroll on the Dufferin Terrace, where you can marvel at the surrounding fortifications as well as the archaeological remains of the country's first French settlement, located beneath the terrace.

Québec

Fairmont Le Château Montebello

Fairmont Tremblant

Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth,
Montréal

Fairmont Le Château Frontenac,
Québec City

Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu,
Charlevoix

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Quintessential Québec

Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in Montréal

Spend your first night in la belle province at Montréal’s Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth. This elegant downtown hotel, just 20 minutes from the airport, is within walking distance of the city’s endless attractions.

Day 2: Wander Old Montréal

Familiarize yourself with Old Montréal: wander the European-style cobblestone streets of the Old Port area, witness the astounding feats of its many street performers and feast on delicious crêpes at one of its celebrated cafés. Back at the hotel, treat your tired feet to a relaxing session in our indoor whirlpool or steam bath.

Day 3: Tee off in Mont-Tremblant

Following breakfast in Montréal, take a 90-minute drive north to the beautiful Laurentian Mountains. On your way, be sure to stop at a traditional sugar shack for a taste of authentic Québécois culture and cuisine. When you arrive at Fairmont Tremblant, enjoy a round of golf on some of Canada’s most incredible natural terrain—or, in colder temperatures, some exhilarating skiing on the resort’s 94 runs.

Day 4: Peruse Québec City’s shops

Start your day with a full breakfast in Mont-Tremblant, then drive three hours southeast to Québec City. Explore the capital’s shops and outdoor markets, where artisans showcase their wares along narrow streets. Be sure to pack your camera: the city is astoundingly picturesque, and your magnificent home base—Fairmont Le Château Frontenac—is the most photographed hotel in the world.

Day 5: Enjoy a historical tour of Old Québec

Immerse yourself in the charm of the Old City—a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site—with a historical tour in a horse-drawn carriage. Leave yourself some time to explore your hotel; the former residence of Lower Canada’s British colonial governors, Fairmont Le Château Frontenac has attained global legendary status.

Day 6: Watch whales in Charlevoix

Energize for the day with a deluxe breakfast at the hotel, then begin the 90-minute drive to Charlevoix, which boasts North America’s longest whale-watching season. Head out on the St. Lawrence River to catch sight of fin whales, mink whales, sperm whales, beluga whales—even the mighty blue whale. Stay the night at Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu, the region’s most exquisite hotel.

Day 7: Take a train to Québec City

Visit our spa for a relaxing massage in one of 24 luxurious treatment rooms, then take the Train of Le Massif de Charlevoix to Québec City, where you’ll spend one last unforgettable night at Fairmont Le Château Frontenac.

Programs and services

Fairmont Gold

Available at select properties, Fairmont Gold — our hotel within a hotel — elevates luxury hospitality to a fine art, delivering an exclusive and personalized experience that exceeds the expectations of the most discerning business and leisure guests. Special privileges include express private check-in and checkout; the home-inspired comforts of our Gold Rooms and Suites; and complimentary breakfast, hors d'oeuvres and honour bar in the private Fairmont Gold Lounge.

Golf

Fairmont's Canadian golf destinations are among the most outstanding in the world. Resorts in Alberta, British Columbia and Québec provide challenging, award winning courses — as well as breathtaking surroundings, from the cliffs of the St. Lawrence River to the majestic Rocky Mountains. As part of Fairmont's commitment to responsible tourism, we work with the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program to protect the natural environment and minimize harmful maintenance practices.

Spa

Fairmont Spas and Willow Stream Spas, available at select Fairmont properties, are one-of-a-kind sanctuaries that allow guests to slow down, unwind and renew their energy. Each spa is designed to reflect the hotel's unique surroundings, and rejuvenating treatments tap into local traditions, ingredients and techniques. The result is an authentic experience of the place you are visiting, and a pampering that is second to none.

Fairmont Lifestyle Cuisine

Created using fresh and nutritionally balanced ingredients, Fairmont Lifestyle Cuisine dishes contribute to our guests' optimal health and wellness. Additionally, we are pleased to offer Fairmont Lifestyle Cuisine Plus: nutritious meals that cater to guests with specific diet-dependent conditions (such as diabetes, heart disease and celiac disease) as well as unique dietary preferences (such as macrobiotic, raw and vegan diets).

Fairmont President's Club

Fairmont President's Club, our complimentary guest-recognition program, is designed around your passions and what's important to you, whether it's food and drink, spa and fitness, or arts and entertainment. Benefits, including dedicated check-in and complimentary health-club access, add to a seamless travel experience. You can also take advantage of members-only events, from special concerts to exclusive readings. Visit fairmont.com/fpc to enrol.

Exploring Canada

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FOR MEETINGS AND EVENTS
please contact your Global
Sales Representative,
call +1 866 662 6060 (N. America)
or +1 506 877 3162 (International),
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The Fairmont Empress
T: +1 250 384 8111
theempress@fairmont.com

The Fairmont Vancouver Airport
T: +1 604 207 5200
fvares@fairmont.com

The Fairmont Waterfront
T: +1 604 691 1991
thewaterfronthotel@fairmont.com

Fairmont Pacific Rim
T: +1 604 695 5300
pacificrim@fairmont.com

The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver
T: +1 604 684 3131
hvc.concierge@fairmont.com

The Fairmont Chateau Whistler
T: +1 604 938 8000
chateauwhistlerresort@fairmont.com

The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge
T: +1 780 852 3301
jasperparklodge@fairmont.com

The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise
T: +1 403 522 3511
chateaulakelouise@fairmont.com

The Fairmont Banff Springs
T: +1 403 762 2211
banffsprings@fairmont.com

The Fairmont Palliser
T: +1 403 262 1234
palliserhotel@fairmont.com

The Fairmont Hotel Macdonald
T: +1 780 424 5181
hotelmacdonald@fairmont.com

The Fairmont Winnipeg
T: +1 204 957 1350
winnipeg@fairmont.com

The Fairmont Royal York
T: +1 416 368 2511
royalyorkhotel@fairmont.com

Fairmont Le Château Montebello
T: +1 819 423 6341
chateaumontebello@fairmont.com

Fairmont Tremblant
T: +1 819 681 7000
fairmonttremblant@fairmont.com

Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth
T: +1 514 861 3511
queenelizabeth.hotel@fairmont.com

Fairmont Le Château Frontenac
T: +1 418 692 3861
chateaufrontenac@fairmont.com

Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu
T: +1 418 665 3703
manoirrichelieu@fairmont.com

Fairmont Chateau Laurier
T: +1 613 241 1414
chateaulaurier@fairmont.com

Fairmont Hotels & Resorts has been a
WWF Climate Savers partner since 2009.
We have reduced our emissions by 20%, compared to 2006 levels

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