Does Fairmont Lake Louise have balconies?


Does Fairmont Lake Louise have balconies?

The air-conditioned accommodation has two balconies: one large L-shaped corner balcony and the other just beside the bed. Suite guests take advantage of all Fairmont Gold amenities and services.

How do you get to Lake Louise?

The Icefields Parkway (Route 93 North) connects Lake Louise with Jasper to the north. From Banff and the west, there are two routes to get to Lake Louise. The quicker option is Trans-Canada Highway (Route 1), but if you have some time the Bow Valley Parkway (Route 1A) is a more scenic alternative.

Do I need a park pass to stay at Fairmont Lake Louise?

Turn left towards Village of Lake Louise, continue driving straight on Lake Louise Drive until you reach Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise. A National Park Pass is required when entering Banff National Park. You can purchase your pass in advance here. The hotel is connected to a partially covered parkade with plug-ins.

Can you drink Lake Louise water?

A boil water advisory remains in effect for the village of Lake Louise. LAKE LOUISE – A boil water advisory remains in place for the village of Lake Louise until Parks Canada is confident the water is safe.

Does Fairmont have balcony?

Fairmont Guestroom Each room offers a marble-laden table alongside a chic wingchair, to serve as your workstation in the day, in addition to a patio-like balcony, to serve as your In Room Dining space. Rooms offer a choice of king or double beds to fit your needs.

Does Lake Louise have Uber?

Uber does not operate in Alberta…. yet. Lake Louise “village” – population about 1,000 – is not a real town… there is no private housing or permanent residents there, just staff housing that businesses have for housing their employees.

Who owns Lake Louise?

Charlie Locke
The Lake Louise Ski Resort is family owned and operated by Charlie Locke, his wife, Louise and their two daughters, Robin and Kimberley.

Are there bears in Lake Louise?

Observe Grizzly bears and other wildlife in their natural habitat. The Lake Louise Summer Gondola is famous for being one of the best places in the Canadian Rockies to safely view grizzly bears, black bears, lynx, moose, mountain goats, elk, and deer along with many other fascinating species of wildlife.

Can you sleep in your car Lake Louise?

Yes, it’s allowed.