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Chateau Lake Louise in winter

Spectacular scenery and soothing luxury await you at the Chateau Lake Louise! 

Here are a few facts about this splendid hotel:

– Originally a one-storey cabin built in 1890, the Chateau has evolved into a historic landmark, with parts dating back as far as 1911.

– By 1912, 50,000 guests had slept at the hotel.

– The lake was named in honor of Queen Victoria’s fourth daughter, Princess Louise Caroline Alberta.

– Many royalty – including Prince Rainier of Monaco, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip, Queen Margrethe of Denmark, King Hussein and Queen Noor of Jordan have stayed here, as well as celebrities past and present. 

Fairmont room

 Fairmont rooms (in the Banff Couples Conference package) feature carved wood and whimsical details in an Alpine theme combined with total comfort for the modern traveler.  Upgrades are available upon request (and extra charge).  Don’t forget that you can stay for 3 days prior to or after the conference at the special room rate (extra days do not include meals; discuss rates for extended stay with the hotel).  Details of rooms can be viewed here


Chateau Lake Louise winter scene

Take advantage of this magnificent location by checking the Stay Longer page, and after a day on the slopes experience pampering and healthy indulgence at ‘Escape’ – the Spa at the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise.  A full list of rejuvenating, relaxing or invigorating treatments is available, from a facial or massage to a full body package.  Or try the Couples Massage –  an Elemental Nature Massage in the intimate environment of a candlelit room.


 Spa treatment at Chateau Lake Louise

 And don’t forget your swimming costume for a dip in the indoor pool!


For more, independent opinions, check out reviews of the Chateau on Trip Advisor, confirming that this is indeed a wonderful place to stay!