• Fairmont Hotels & Resorts and Air Canada Offer Apres in the Air Package

     
    POSTED February 8, 2017
     

In honor of Canada’s 150th birthday, Fairmont Hotels & Resorts has partnered with Airc Canada to offer a new package, Apres in the Air. The package is a collection of experiences that you can only get at three of the Fairmont’s most popular Canadian properties.

The package includes a round trip for 58 people by private charter, stays at the Fairmont Chateau Laurier, Fairmont Le Chateau Montebello and Fairmont Tremblant. Each Fairmont offers a range of activities including dog sledding, skiing, ice skating, snowmobiling, ice fishing, horse-drawn carriages and more.

“We’re celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday the best way we know how,” says Jeff Doane, senior vice president, sales and marketing, North & Central America, AccorHotels, parent company to Fairmont Hotels & Resorts. “The Après in the Air package will provide people from all over the world the unique opportunity to embrace this country’s amazing Canadian heritage through outdoor activities, food and authentic experiences.”

The package is available until Dec. 31, 2017 and starts at $300,000.

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