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Discover the Canadian Rockies by RailAccommodations
Fairmont Hotel Vancouver
July 1 - July 2
Opened in 1939 in a partnership between the Canadian Pacific and Canadian National Railways—and just in time for a visit by King George VI and Queen Elizabeth—this opulent gem, known as the "Castle in the City," quickly became a landmark in Vancouver. The hotel has hosted many famous entertainment acts and was once even home to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. The recently renovated hotel features distinguished restaurants and lounges, a gym, and a spa.
Room Amenities: Individual climate control, pillow top bed, flat-screen HDTV, Wi-Fi (additional fee), coffee and tea maker, minibar, bathrobes, iron and ironing board, and en suite bathroom with sundries and hair dryer.
Accommodations in Kamloops are determined by Rocky Mountaineer. Kamloops' properties are considered moderate three-star hotels or motor inns, satisfy our standards of cleanliness and comfort, and are the best available in the area.
Fairmont Banff Springs
July 4 - July 6
With its unique blend of opulence and seclusion, Fairmont Banff Springs has been a favorite spot in the Canadian Rockies for more than a century. Styled after a Scottish baronial castle, Banff Springs offers stunning vistas, an award-winning spa, and luxurious comfort in a pristine wilderness.
Room Amenities: Cable TV, complimentary Wi-Fi, phone, coffee and tea maker, and en suite bathroom with sundries and hair dryer.
Deluxe Accommodations Package (availability limited)
While all accommodations are exceptional, guests wishing the ultimate indulgence may choose to purchase the Deluxe Accommodations Package, which includes the following upgrades:
• Fairmont Hotel Vancouver: Upgrade to Junior Suite, featuring a larger room with sitting area.
• Fairmont Banff Springs: Upgrade to Deluxe Mountain View Room, featuring a larger room with stunning mountain views.