Fairmont Hot Springs Resort is one of Canada’s all-encompassing experiences where guests enjoy exceptional service, all the benefits of our legendary natural hot springs pools, and a year-round Rocky Mountain resort at a great value.
per room/per night (plus tax)
Paid directly to the hotel.
Resort fees include
Spa tub access
Fitness center access
Sporting facilities or equipment
Children's club/arcade access
Inclusions subject to change without notice at the discretion of the property. Some restrictions may apply.
I have loved coming here over the years since I was a kid. We usually come stay a few times a year and every time I come things seem to keep going downhill. I'm by no means used to fancy hotel stays, and fairmont used to be my fancy hotel splurge. But in recent years it has been less than ideal for the price they are charging. The pool area for me is always amazing, its everything else. The resturant menu has been cut back so much that almost nothing looks good on it. The cable has almost no channels other than infomercials and the news. My shower nozzle didn't work and everything was worn down. Mattresses line the hallways. For me the biggest thing is shutting down the pool at 10, one of the biggest reasons we always chose this destination is becasue the pools never closed. But apparently covid strikes from 10pm and 7am so they shut the pools down for saftey ??. I never write reviews and hate to leave a negative one but I'm hoping the owner makes some changes or at least put it back to its original glory, then I wouldn't mind paying 200-300 a night.
Not worth your money.
Aug 01, 2021
We decided to stay here primarily for the hot springs as a way to relax on our trip. The “resort” is in need of an update/refresh. It feels like the last investment was 20 years ago. The door to our room didn’t close well, there was a wooden clock on the wall and the wall ac struggled to keep the room cold because the drapes got in the way! Our bed was comfortable but small.
The pool area was the best part with four pools (two regular and two heated). The pool towels reminded me of high school towels (small and rough). If I’m paying $250 a night, it would be nice to have better towels.
The restaurant was a huge disappointment. I ordered the ribeye with bacon and Gorgonzola. It was overcooked (I ordered medium rare) and it tasted like rubber. Other reviews mentioned going into Anaconda and I wish we would have.
Normally, people rate things out of 10. I’ll rate this on money I’d pay to stay again. I’ll give this a $129 out of $250.