Five Western Canadian Fairmont Spas Launch on Spas of America
Iconic Canadian brand’s Spa & Wellness experiences prove popular with global spa visitors.
Banff, AB (Vocus/PRWEB) April 08, 2011
Spas of America, a leading spa travel website showcasing the best Spa & Wellness experiences in North and South America, today announced the launch of five Western Canadian Fairmont Spas. The properties include the Willow Stream branded spas at The Fairmont Banff Springs, Fairmont Empress and Fairmont Pacific Rim, and new two new boutique spas at Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise and Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge.
“Fairmont is one of the most respected brands in hospitality, offering guests from around the world exciting and dramatic spa and wellness experiences,” says Spas of America president Craig Oliver. “From century old resorts in the Rocky Mountains to a dramatic new location in downtown Vancouver, each Fairmont property has a deep respect for their environment and are attuned to their surroundings.”
“Our spas are relaxing, comfortable and sensorial. The layers of details, the small touches, make the difference. All Willow Stream Spas are sanctuaries inside Fairmont Hotels, in some of the most beautiful places in the world. Each reflects its surroundings – the desert, the mountains, the sea, or the cityscape,” says Anne McCall, Vice President, Spas for Fairmont Raffles Hotels International. “We are excited about introducing our authentic spa experiences to Spas of America’s targeted Spa & Wellness audience.”
Fairmont’s Western Canadian spas include:
Willow Stream. the spa at The Fairmont Banff Springs, Banff, Alberta
Regarded as one of the top destination spas in North America, Willow Stream, the spa at The Fairmont Banff Springs, brings to life the unique healing powers of alpine air, sacred waters and mountain magic. Combined, these elements build inner strength and renew the spirit.
Willow Stream Spa, at the Fairmont Empress, Victoria, British Columbia
Step into another era at Victoria’s stately and elegant Willow Stream Spa, at the Fairmont Empress. This ”grand hotel” situated harborside in British Columbia’s historic capital city on Vancouver Island offers refined traditions such as Afternoon Tea, a soothing spa, and convenient access to quaint shops, ocean vistas, and a host of cultural and recreational pursuits.
Willow Stream Spa, Fairmont Pacific Rim, Vancouver, British Columbia
Offering unparalleled views of Vancouver’s North Shore mountains, Coal Harbour and Stanley Park, the Willow Stream Spa, Fairmont Pacific Rim is a luxurious and modern oasis strategically situated at the ocean’s edge in one of the world’s most naturally beautiful cities.
The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise, Lake Louise, Alberta
Located in the heart of pristine Banff National Park, and within a UNESCO World Heritage Site, The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise resort hotel is recognized globally for progressive environmental stewardship and responsible tourism, values at the heart of this historic resort.
Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, Jasper, Alberta
Majestic mountains surround Alberta’s legendary Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, situated at 3,400 feet elevation in the heart of the Canadian Rockies. Built in 1923, this sprawling luxury property on the shores of jade-green Lac Beauvert, besides being a superb romantic getaway, offers easy access to a wealth of wilderness activities year-round.
About Spas of America
Launched in 2005, Spas of America is the largest spa travel website, showcasing over 750 of the best resort, hotel and destination spas around the world. Spas of America supports the growth of Spa & Wellness travel by providing consumers with a beautiful, clean, easy-to-use online experience. The website empowers customers to search for spas by map, name, keyword, experience or geographic region. Find Spas of America online at http://www.spasofamerica.com and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/spasofamerica and join us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/spasofamerica.
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