• The interior of Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise social spaces

Social Events at Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise

Bring a group together to celebrate a major achievement or mark an important milestone in one of the world’s most treasured nature retreats. No matter the season, the Canadian Rockies offer a magnificent setting for all types of social events. Discover unforgettable venues that feature views of the majestic mountains and awe-inspiring Lake Louise right outside your window.

Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise's Sun Room venue with fireplace

Social Event Venues

Savour life’s most significant moments in the grand ballroom. Toast a special anniversary or birthday by the fireplace in the intimate Victoria Foyer. No matter the event, we can provide the ideal Lake Louise venue.

A meeting venue at Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise

Pipestone Room

This versatile and intimate space can be split into two smaller rooms. Conveniently located above the hotel lobby, this modern space is perfect for your meeting or event.
140 GuestsBanquet Menu1250 sq. ft.

Mount Temple Ballroom

Soaring ceilings with arched beams and original paintings set the tone in this lofty space. For up to 750 delegates, the ballroom spans an impressive 8,856 square feet, including an attractive pre-function space — optimal for trade shows, conventions and receptions or large conferences. Divide the room into three with retractable walls to suite your program.
850 GuestsBanquet Menu8,856 sq. ft.

Victoria Ballroom

Just as glamorous as it was back in 1913 when it debuted, this venue is the Chateau’s No. 1 choice for special events. Walls of windows overlooking the lake and mountains, vaulted ceilings with antique chandeliers, dark hand-carved woods, a large stone fireplace and decorative carpets in vibrant French blue set the tone for cultured celebrations. The historical ballroom, meticulously restored to its original grandeur, accommodates up to 400 for executive meetings and opulent banquets in high style.
650 GuestsBanquet Menu6,000 sq. ft.
The foyer of Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise's Victoria Room venue

Victoria Foyer

Look out onto Lake Louise and the surrounding mountain ranges from the intimate Victoria Foyer, at the entrance to the Victoria Ballroom, and a coveted choice for gatherings and mixers before the main event. The elegant space’s circular design lends itself to conversation and socializing, while floor-to-ceiling arched windows let in natural light and dramatic views.
120 GuestsBanquet Menu

Sun Room

With a timeless chateau-meets-castle feel, the circular Sunroom has vaulted ceilings, ornate pillars and rich mahogany woods, with a large stone fireplace opposite oversized windows taking in the lake and alpine peaks. Stage your small meeting or festive event here in gracious Old World style sure to dazzle your guests.
126 GuestsBanquet Menu900 sq. ft.
A couple getting married outside in the winter surrounded by mountains

Lakeview Terrace

This breathtaking outdoor venue has a prime view of the Victoria Glacier. The space accommodates up to 200 guests in a vertical seating arrangement facing the edge of Lake Louise. The boardwalk sees many visitors to the shoreline each day and although this space offers the most idyllic view of Lake Louise, the walkway behind the terrace is publicly accessible to park visitors. The Lakeview Terrace is available year-round for wedding ceremonies only (not receptions).
350 GuestsBanquet Menu
A table loaded with a variety of pastries and sweets

Banquet Menu

We’ll help you build a custom menu for a delectable dinner, luncheon or meal anytime of day. Our menus feature contemporary regional cuisine prepared with alpine artistry, and can cater to specific dietary requirements or focus on healthy lifestyles.

A large banquet hall at Chateau Lake Louise


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A meeting room at Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise


Host your meeting, retreat, or conference in world-class facilities surrounded by pristine nature in the heart of Banff National Park.