Pups Welcome at Fairmont Properties in Canada

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In advance of International Dog Day on August 26, Accor has launched pup-approved packages and experiences at select Fairmont properties in Canada.

As an added perk, Fairmont Hotels & Resorts has partnered with Roots to launch an exclusive line of Fairmont-branded dog collars and leashes. Thoughtfully designed and handcrafted with 100% genuine Italian leather, all products are made in Roots’ state-of-the-art leather factory and are available for sale via the Fairmont Store.

Now, on to those pet-friendly offers!

Fairmont Hotel Vancouver

The hotel’s Pet-Friendly Package offers a complimentary pet stay, a discount on the best available room rate, and complimentary self-parking. Pups receive welcome treats and a plush dog bed during their stay. 

Rates from CAD $419 per night.

Fairmont Winnipeg

When booking the HosPETality Staycation, pets big and small receive award-winning treatment the moment their paws step foot inside.

The package includes a one-night luxurious stay for two, a curated dog-friendly guide to Downtown Winnipeg upon arrival, pet room comforts for the stay (bed, water bowl) and specialty dog treats. 

Rates from CAD $143 per night. 

Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge

You and your pup can enjoy a luxury mountain escape among the resort’s charming village of Cedar Chalets and Luxury Signature Cabins, all connected by picturesque paths.

Upon arrival, pets are treated to cozy dog beds, bowls, a special canine welcome amenity, a “pet on vacation” sign for the door, and a printed copy of the resort’s signature Pet Brochure. Your pup will go crazy over The Great ‘Hound’ menu, which offers a drool-worthy selection of fido-friendly treats. 

Rates from $749 per night (plus $50 pet amenity fee).

If pet travel isn’t your type of getaway, there is also Fairmont’s famous resident team of Canine Ambassadors who greet guests in the lobby, accompany them on walks, host special canine-friendly events, and fill in whenever travellers are missing their own furry friends.

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