The Alberta / New Brunswick Room
This multifunctional space brings a business class environment to The Fairmont Banff Springs while maintaining the luxurious feel of the hotel. A retractable wall can divide the room into two, and motorized blackout blinds can block out the sun if required. A banquet servery for efficient banquet service is situated at both ends of the room, and a computer-controlled air handling system is carefully monitored to maintain a comfortable, static room temperature.
The Fairmont Banff Springs's original ballroom, which hosted such esteemed guests as Fred Astaire and Marilyn Monroe, has been renovated to bring back the glamour of the roaring 1920s. The ballroom, decorated in hues of blue, burgundy, and gold, features eight breathtaking crystal chandeliers and hardwood flooring. Modern features, such as motorized blackout blinds and a computer-assisted air handling system, are cleverly hidden to preserve the character of the room. The Cascade Ballroom is located at the north end of the hotel building, with a million-dollar view of the Bow Valley from the Conservatory.
Mt Stephen Hall
The Mt Stephen Hall truly represents The Fairmont Banff Springs's position as "The Castle in the Rockies." The high ceiling with oak beams, stone floor, and cathedral window with stained-glass crests, truly reflect the style of a baronial castle, while the soft amber lighting creates the perfect atmosphere in the evening.
The Van Horne Ballroom
The largest room in the Conference Center boasts over 15,000 square feet of function space. Its modest styling lends itself to extremely versatile options. Conduits run through the carpeted concrete floors. A removable wall in Van Horne C gives way to the Conference Center's loading dock to ease the load in / out of heavy equipment. Two floor-to-ceiling air walls divide the room into three sections, each with a spectacular chandelier, and the eight-channel lighting system can be controlled via a wall panel, with a remote control or through a professional DMX lighting console. A false ceiling hides the steel beams that run throughout the room, so executives can hold unlimited staging scenarios.