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We recently stopped in to Fairmont Hot Springs. We arrived fairly early to insure we would beat the crowds. When we were paying we forgot to mention we needed a lock for the looker. The young man at the till made a rude sound and...More
I have been to this Fairmont hot spring on and off for last 25 years already, It located in between BC and Alberta and just south of the Radium hot spring. It is a private resort type and it has a separate guest only hot...More
These are decent hot springs in BC. They claim to be the largest, but that is misleading. It's true the cool pool is large and there are two diving boards, which keep the entertainment going. This large cool pool is great for kids and on...More
Bring your own towel and snacks for the day. You will want to spend a few hours here. There are three pools with different temperatures. Great soft Ice cream cones! Mountain views are stunning and postcard perfect backdrop. There are some lawn chairs but chances...More
First off, lets start with the positive things. The location and the views are spectacular. The Hot Springs are beautifully maintained and the pools are kept clean and the staff are very friendly and helpful. We arrived with our RV, a 28 foot Citation Motor...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.
Well, I know for sure they have pet friendly rooms. My sister asked and it was an extra $30 a night for pets. Didn't see any around the resort though. Maybe everyone is saying no because they don't want animals there????
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There is an outdoor playground but with snow you might not enjoy it as much. The hot pool and skiing will tire her but you might want to bring along a sled, some beach toys for playing in the snow and a couple of indoor... More
There is an outdoor playground but with snow you might not enjoy it as much. The hot pool and skiing will tire her but you might want to bring along a sled, some beach toys for playing in the snow and a couple of indoor activities like lego.
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"We do not stay in the lodge stay in the cabins. Cabins are very clean and pet friendly."