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This was our third trip back to this hotel and we got to the hotel quite late (2am) as we had had a red-eye flight. Staff seemed happy, alert, and awake for such a time and were eager to help us with luggage, snacks, etc....More
Wow - this hotel is just wonderful. We visited for one night as part of a Rocky Mountaineer tour and this was by far the most luxorious hotel of our stay. But it's so worth it. The hotel itself is a typical Fairmont, the staff...More
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Response from FCLL, Manager at Fairmont Chateau Lake LouiseResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for taking the time to share your experience with us on TripAdvisor! We appreciate your glowing feedback, and are so thrilled to know just how much you enjoyed your well-appointed Lakeview guestroom, as well as the hospitality of The Chateau. We...More
Prior to coming to Lake Louise the photos and reviews I had seen indicated the beautiful green lake, so I was expecting to see this upon my arrival. I was surprised to see that the lake ice had not melted and with that went any...More
It's a few km from Lake Louise village itself but this hotel overlooks Lake Louise and is spectacular. Good choice of restaurants, deli and shops on site and we had a spacious room with a Lake view. Make sure you also visit Lakes Moraine and...More
A fantastic property and views are magnificent. We could see the lake and glacier from our window. Staff is friendly and very helpful, I would like to mention one staff member specifically, Amar at lake view lounge for his great service.
Thank you for your interest in Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise! As another helpful traveler mentioned, Lake Louise is a glacier-fed body of water, making it extremely cold for swimming, especially for kids. If... More
Thank you for your interest in Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise! As another helpful traveler mentioned, Lake Louise is a glacier-fed body of water, making it extremely cold for swimming, especially for kids. If this is an experience you are set on experience while in Banff National Park, we would recommend checking out Johnson Lake, just outside of the Town of Banff. The waters in Johnson Lake are much warmer, and there is a popular beach area for families to enjoy a warm summer day in the Rockies.