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Where Distinctive Spaces and Seamless Service Define Exceptional Meetings

BANFF, 15 April 2024 – In commemoration of Global Meetings Industry Day this week, Fairmont Hotels and The Rimrock Banff in Canada’s Western Mountain Collection invite meeting & event planners to discover the resorts’ exceptional spaces, tailored group amenities, and distinctive programming to help create memorable experiences for group delegates and guests. From intimate executive retreats to grand gatherings on scenic plateaus, these five storied and historic properties offer unique settings and seamless service to ensure events are a resounding success.

Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge: The resort’s Signature Cabin Collection sets the stage with its fourteen luxury cabins for executive retreats and small groups (up to 40 guests) to enjoy strategic planning or an engaging welcome reception amidst the breathtaking beauty of Jasper National Park. From personalized concierge service and group itineraries, to curated private in-cabin dining and Indigenous cultural experiences, it is time to connect, celebrate, and retreat in comfort and style.

Fairmont Banff Springs: Meeting planners can immerse their guests in the iconic surrounding of Canada’s Castle in the Rockies, which boasts more than 76,000 square feet of versatile meeting, exhibit, and event space, including Spray Meadows overlooking Fairmont Banff Springs Golf Course. Immersed in the majestic Canadian Rockies, this picturesque location offers an unforgettable setting for events of up to 1,000 guests, where fresh mountain air and panoramic views inspire creativity and collaboration.

Fairmont Chateau Whistler: Cultural Ambassadors from the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre can commence special events at Fairmont Chateau Whistler by welcoming delegation guests to the traditional territories of the Squamish Nation and Lil’wat Nation where Whistler resides. This authentic Indigenous experience encompasses a traditional language introduction and interpretation, and finishes with a powerful drum song. The resort is also a proud supporter of the Salish Stroll, an interpretive forest walk at the cultural centre where group guests can learn about the authentic Indigenous connection to flora and fauna of the area on a summer guided tour.
Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise: Take your meeting or conference to brand new heights and welcome delegates to the shores of iconic Lake Louise with a private ‘meet and stay’ experience in the resort’s impressive Mount Temple Wing. With architectural charm, historic ambience, and breathtaking views of its rugged Rocky Mountain surrounds, delegates will revel in the exclusivity of having the wing – a separate building adjacent to the main hotel – as their very own. Inclusive of six breakout rooms, ranging from 884 sq.ft. to the grand Mount Temple Ballroom at 8,856 sq.ft., your own private restaurant, plus 72 spacious deluxe rooms and four suites, this is where the most memorable occasions take place.

The Rimrock Banff: Have an offsite experience in the town of Banff or a round of golf at Fairmont Banff Springs in store for your delegates or executive retreat attendees? The resort has meeting planners covered with the comfort and convenience of its new guest shuttle. Offering a seamless door-to-door experience for up to 20 guests at one time, this convenient service will have event delegates relaxed and ready to engage.


Creating unforgettable experiences tailored to the unique needs of every group gathering, it is time to take meetings & events to new heights in Canada’s western mountain region with Fairmont Hotels and The Rimrock Banff.

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For further information, please contact:
Anastasia Martin-Stilwell

Regional Director of Public Relations

[email protected]

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