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An Alberta staple any time of the year, the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise is famous for its gratifying hospitality and sensational views. Situated right on the banks of the turquoise blue beauty that is Lake Louise in summer or the most picturesque skating rink in winter. The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise is one of the most sought-after hotels in Banff and a great way to disconnect for a while.
From the moment you step foot on the property’s grounds, you’ll feel as if you’ve been transported to a far-off castle. The atmosphere is old-school and luxurious, with multiple chandeliers hanging from high ceilings, curved staircases with wooden banisters and oversized windows offering prime views of the resort’s stunning surroundings. The two ice sculptures by the lake and numerous along the village are what draw the most attention to this destination during the winter. Dozens of statues created by artists from around the world are scattered across the horizon. Chateau Lake Louise presents an ornate, composed façade, inviting visitors from all over the world to enter and enjoy its many delightful amenities— from first-class restaurants to stylish lounging spaces, to a full-service spa.
Step into Mother Nature’s quintessential backyard and enjoy a plethora of outdoor activities including canoeing, skiing and snowshoeing making this the epitome for an upscale getaway in nature. Explore wild beauty during an unparalleled experience strolling through the tranquil winter wonderland on an authentic sleigh ride pulled by two majestic beauties.
The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise is no ordinary resort, but rather the perfect combination of impressive natural beauty, elegant man-made structures, and superlative service that blend seamlessly. It’s one of those destinations that one can hardly believe is real. You’ll have to do a double-take every time you pass by a window. It’s fairly easy to snatch a window seat to enjoy a sophisticated regional cuisine paired with the ultimate hot chocolate to truly indulge yourself into true Canadian culture.
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