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We have been coming to Fairmont for over 30+ years. This time we came in December 2018. The price was wonderful. $169 Canadian currency per night, min 2 nights stay. Sunday through Thursday. With it comes two dinners and breakfasts per person. Add the value...More
Visited as a family. There is a large shallow area for small children. There is a dive tank but it was closed when we were there. Very relaxing activity for cold weather, however the walk from the dressing rooms to the pools is outside so...More
I've been coming to Fairmont Hot Springs since I could walk so about 50 years. I had to read the negative reviews just to get a kick out of them. This place is nestled at the base of the Rocky mountains with a few of...More
Response from Peter S, Manager at Fairmont Hot Springs ResortResponded 1 week ago
We come here lots during slow season. I am writing for the hot springs, not the actual resort. Cold pool is massive and hot pool is as a fair size. It's so nice to go in there just before the sun goes down without all...More
We were driving in the Kootenay's and had planned to make it further west but were getting tired so while we were on the road I phoned for room rates. The front desk staff (Christine) was very polite, friendly and gave me the room rate...More
Umbrella is not recommended as it has some trees around for shade or try different time to avoid the direct sun. You can allow to bring beverages as long it is not in glass. Plastic or paper cup is fine. I haven't sern... More
Umbrella is not recommended as it has some trees around for shade or try different time to avoid the direct sun. You can allow to bring beverages as long it is not in glass. Plastic or paper cup is fine. I haven't sern people bring in food. Not in private pool.there is a food market beside the public pool which sells ice cream pastels coffee etc.i think you can bring in your shade and drink to the public pool area but not to the private pool section which is stictly for hotel guests only.relax and enjoy the hot spring which has no rotten egg smell. The only thing that bugs is the sofeness of the mattress and pillow. Mind you the resort is not your typical 5 star hotel. It is dated but enjoyable overall， perfect for family vacation.