Fairmont Adds Hotels To Buy One, Get One Offers (Refundable Too)…

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Fairmont has added tons of properties to this sweet, sweet offer…

Of the many feathers in the Fairmont cap, their Canadian Mountain Hotels may be the ultimate crown jewel. Few hotels in the world are as famous as The Fairmont Lake Louise, perched in an untouchable position with direct access to this incredible park. You also just can’t knock a few of the stunning US locations either…

Fairmont has some amazing offers on their US & Canadian resorts right now, with buy one get one offers that drop prices exponentially. You can even use the free night to create a second room for a night, and making this deal even sweeter, they’re refundable…

Fairmont BOGO Offers

For those missing out on internet lingo, BOGO is a lovely acronym for buy one, get one. That’s handy, because with so much prestige, properties such as the Fairmont Banff Springs, Fairmont Lake Louise, Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge and the Fairmont Chateau Whistler command hefty price points, but with a buy one get one offer, you can do really well.

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  • The Fairmont Austin
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  • The Fairmont Banff Springs
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  • The Fairmont Chateau Laurier
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  • The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise
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  • The Fairmont Chateau Whistler
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  • The Fairmont El San Juan Hotel
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  • The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge
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  • The Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac
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  • The Fairmont Pacific Rim Vancouver
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  • The Fairmont Royal York Toronto
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  • The Fairmont Scottsdale Princess
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  • The Fairmont Washington D.C. Georgetown
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  • The Fairmont Winnipeg

Frequent Flyer Bonuses flagged an awesome Fairmont offer for travel through the end of 2020, with just a few blackout dates at each property. An interesting element of the promotion is that the buy one get one can also be changed to two rooms for the price of one, for one night. This could be huge for families or those who need more space with a loud sleeper in the mix.

Unlike many promotions which require advanced booking, these rates are refundable up to seven days prior to travel, which leaves some wiggle room for those unsure whether they’ll be allowed into the country this year, able to travel or not. Again, this only applies for 2020 travel. Do note though, that most of these hotels do need to be booked in the next 10-25 days, so browse now.

Details And How To Book

This Fairmont offer is among the better “return to travel” offers we’ve seen and must be booked by June 15th. Currently, the US-Canada border will remain closed until June 21st, but suggestions are strong that it will reopen at that date, or sometime shortly thereafter, if that’s too much chance for you, there’s plenty of options across the USA from Washington DC to West Coast…

Here’s the terms and conditions, as per the promo page from Fairmont. If you navigate to the individual hotel you’re interested in, you’ll see clear blackout dates listed before purchase..

Buy one night and receive a complimentary second night during the same stay. A 1 night prepaid fully-refundable deposit is required. This promotion is subject to availability and may not be combined with any other offers, promotions or packages. For stays through December 31, 2020. Blackout dates may apply.

*You may also use your complimentary night as a second room on the same night. Should you wish to do so, please book a two night stay and then you must call the hotel directly to amend the reservation. The reservation will be amended to have two rooms in the same room category for the price of one for one night.

You can book the buy one get one “stay close” offers here. This is such an attractive promotion since it’s not one of those “pay for two inflated room nights and we’ll make it seem like one is free” deals, but rather one with a true buy one get one discount. Adding the ability to cancel for a full refund outside of 7 days of arrival adds another layer of trust and protection prospective travelers are looking for, in a world of so much uncertainty.

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