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Inside the Bubble at the Fairmont Banff Springs

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Fairmont Banff Springs rolls out the red carpet – safely.

Even in the midst of our current pandemic, the Fairmont Banff Springs has found the best way to give new meaning to the word shelter. With guidance from the international Accor Group’s All Stay Well program, guests can enjoy the same great service and hospitality that we’ve come to expect at “the Castle”.

Birthday Bubbles

With everything that’s going on I certainly didn’t expect to celebrate my birthday in the scenic surroundings of Banff, but when the Fairmont Banff Springs calls, the best answer always seems to be “yes”.

More Bubbles – Outdoors

The weather cooperated beautifully, so we slipped into our cushy robes and headed for the heated outdoor swimming pool Pool attendants were on hand to count heads and allow for social distancing.

Poolside at the Fairmont Banff Springs

With attendance limited to Canadians (no US visitors allowed at this time), social distancing was enjoyable with plenty of room in the hallways, pools and restaurants. Find out about everything that’s on offer to guests in this story – it’s a lot! Read the entire story at Family Fun Canada.com

The author was a guest of the Fairmont Banff Springs.

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