Fairmont Banff Springs Announces a $35 Million Suite and Guestroom Renovation
Fairmont Banff Springs has announced it is embarking on a $35 million CAD renovation of its suites and guestrooms. The extensive renovation of the Royal Suite, Fairmont Gold rooms, select one and two-bedroom suites, and terrace suites will begin in January 2022 and are anticipated to be completed in summer 2022. The refurbishment of all main building and conference center guestrooms began in spring 2021 and is anticipated to be completed in spring 2023.
The sophisticated newly renovated suites and guestrooms will provide guests with a complete room makeover, featuring a contemporary look and stylish enhancements with classic design elements, creating a tranquil space for both business and leisure travelers.
The famed Royal Suite, located at the peak of the castle’s turret and boasting panoramic views of Banff National Park, will be transformed with the addition of a second bedroom and an upgraded master bedroom, plus a reimagined dining room, two impressive bathrooms, and a cozy living room equipped with an intimate fireplace and in-room dry bar. The 1,895 square foot space is one of Banff’s largest and most exclusive suites.
“We look forward to showcasing the newly renovated accommodation to our guests and to unveil the next chapter of our iconic property,” said Gregor Resch, General Manager of Fairmont Banff Springs and Regional Vice President of Canada’s Western Mountain Region. “The renovation will allow us to continue to accommodate the needs of travelers and to provide guests with the highest level of luxury in the Canadian Rockies.”
The Fairmont Gold rooms and suites are designed by Jeffrey Beers International. The main building and conference center guestrooms are designed by Hirsch Bedner Associates.