Whistler, BC – Fairmont Hotels and Resorts in Canada’s Western Mountain Region is helping guests give Moms near and far the gift of a Fairmont experience. Be it breakfast in bed, champagne brunch to-go, or the gift of wellness, Fairmont Banff Springs, Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise, Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, and Fairmont Chateau Whistler are all offering ways to sweeten up Mother’s Day this year.
Residents of the Bow Valley can gift Mom with Fairmont Banff Springs’ Ultimate Mother’s Day Champagne Brunch Package. The package includes a Mother’s Day Gourmet Brunch Kit (serves four), a bottle of Moët & Chandon Imperial, half-dozen long stem roses, a Kerstan Florian Mineral Wellness Soak, and a gift card to the recently renovated Fairmont Spa. The package, priced at $299, can be picked up from the hotel lobby or delivered to homes in Banff and Canmore. Residents outside of the Bow Valley can still sweeten Mom up with Chef Ash’s Chocolate Chip Cookies from Fairmont Banff Springs.
The most discerning guests know breakfast in bed is always a good idea. To help, chefs from Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge and Fairmont Chateau Whistler are serving up quick and easy breakfast recipes that are also healthy so moms everywhere can be treated like the queens they are. JPL’s Coconut Banana Overnight Oats is a creamy, gluten-free dish that’s perfect for the vegan Mom in your life while Chateau Whistler’s Mother’s Day Parfait marries crunchy homemade granola with sweet berry compote.
Give Mom the gift of time… later. Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise’s legendary wellness retreats are scheduled for October and November 2020 and are currently available for purchase. If that special mother in your life needs a little more mindfulness, wellness, and yoga, this is just the gift for her.
For over 130 years, Fairmont has been creating memories and unforgettable experiences for guests at Banff, Lake Louise, Jasper, and Whistler, and will continue to do so in the safest possible way during these uncharted times. More information about Fairmont Hotels & Resorts in Canada’s Western Mountain Region can be found online and by following the hotels’ social media channels.