More than 115 accommodations at Canada’s Fairmont Banff Springs hotel have been elegantly reimagined by Jeffrey Beers International (JBI). Cozy but contemporary, the redesign distinguishes updated Fairmont Gold guestrooms and suites, located across the property’s fourth and fifth floors, with the theme of romance and crush.
“You can’t help but falling in love immediately, not only with the hotel, but the surrounding areas and the overall region,” says JBI project manager Pierre Josselin. “It’s a modern version of the founder’s visions, keeping the beauty of the Canadian mountainside in mind. The décor is elevated, but not intimidating, warm and comfortable with a mix of freestanding furniture pieces and natural material to give a residential feel.”
Lined with both wood floors and plush carpeting, guestrooms were revitalized with a mix of soft, rich fabrics and natural materials. Extended headboards upholstered in deep red leather—and equipped with LED lighting—serve as the main focal point. A freestanding bar cabinet instills a residential sensibility across the design, while soft gray marble installed in a chevron pattern defines the bathrooms. Satin bronze detailing adds an extra dash of glamour, too.
In Fairmont Banff Springs’ newly updated suites, a sexy red hue adorns the bedrooms for a bold, theatrical effect that’s amplified by four-poster beds. Rich marble and natural walnut wrap the living room fireplace, while enlarged bathrooms are outfitted with granite vanities, slate floors, and glazed closets.
Spread across more than 2,000 square feet, the two-bedroom Crown suite occupies a clandestine space that reinforces the surrounding landscape through deep green accents. The suite comprises a private elevator, reception foyer, spacious entertainment area, bar, powder room, and numerous windows framing alpine vistas as well.