Willow Stream Spa at The Fairmont Banff Springs
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P.O. Box 960, Banff, AB T1L1J4 Canada
At present, the small mountain town of Banff draws visitors from all over the world for its outdoor activities and wildlife. Surrounded by Banff National Park's abundance of natural scenery and magnificent panoramic views, The Fairmont Banff Springs allows adventurers easy access to some of North America's most celebrated ski slopes. In warmer months, guests take advantage of a 27-hole championship golf course as well as hiking trails for all skill levels.
Hours of Operation
Monday: 6:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Tuesday: 6:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Wednesday: 6:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Thursday: 6:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Friday: 6:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Saturday: 6:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Sunday: 6:00 AM - 10:00 PM
SERVICES & CLASSES
FACILITIES & AMENITIES
DINING & FACILITIES
Facilities & AmenitiesSeasonally shifting leisure activities ensure that guests will have a wide range of recreational options at The Fairmont Banff Springs, no matter when they visit. The Banff area enjoys one of Canada's longest skiing seasons; the famous Mount Norquay, Sunshine Village, and Lake Louise ski areas boast open slopes from November until May. Private or group ski instruction can be booked at the hotel through The Fairmont Ski School.
In warmer months, brilliant green meadows and iridescent rivers provide ideal surroundings for a hike on the 11-kilometer (6.8 miles) Spray Loop trail, or a leisurely walk along the 10.5-kilometer (6.5 miles) golf course road. Daily hiking excursions on Banff's extensive network of picturesque mountain trails can be booked through the concierge. One- or three-hour western-style horseback trail rides departing from an on-property corral are also available. Mountain bikes and safety gear can be rented on the premises. Originally designed in 1928, the property's 27-hole championship golf course winds along the Bow River and features panoramic views for golfers to marvel at as they grapple with its challenging mountain fairways.
Additionally, five supreme turf tennis courts can be used from May until September.
Nature enthusiasts can experience the following seasonal adventures in the vicinity of The Fairmont Banff Springs:
. Whitewater Rafting
. Boat and Canoe Rental
. Fishing Trips
. Ice Skating
. Lake Tours
Food and Drink
Cold Plunge Pool
Hair and Beauty
Rooms & DiningThe Fairmont Banff Springs has 778 guest rooms, suites, and specialty rooms that feature views of the surrounding mountain peaks, the Bow River, or verdant woodlands. Rooms range from the 160-square-foot (15 square meters) Fairmont Room to the deluxe 260-square-foot (24 square meters) Signature Rooms with Scottish Highlands decor. These accommodations blend traditional elegance with contemporary conveniences such as high-speed internet access.
Reservations are recommended at each of The Fairmont Banff Springs's nine distinctive restaurants. The award-winning Banffshire Club serves contemporary North American cuisine in an intimate, refined atmosphere offering stunning views of Sulphur Mountain. The Bow Valley Grill has a more casual ambiance that incorporates handcrafted sculpture, handmade tables, and a bill of fare including specialty baked breads, rotisserie grilled meats, and seafood. Flavorful Italian entrees and delicious desserts can be enjoyed in the courtyard setting of Castello Ristorante. In addition, a clubhouse restaurant and a wine bar/bistro are open seasonally.
At the Rundle Lounge, cocktail lovers can enjoy mixed drinks, international beers, and a wide selection of wine while gazing out at Bow Valley. Guests can also indulge in a pint and a game of darts at the Waldhaus Pub, which offers a menu of classic pub fare.
Pre-packaged bento boxes are available for spa-goers seeking light, healthy spa cuisine. Teriyaki glazed salmon, vegetarian wrap with grilled eggplant, and lime and ginger marinated chicken breast are among the nutritious spa entrees to choose from.