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If you long for a rose ceremony of your own, a visit to Alberta’s Lake Louise puts you in the perfect location. Recently the scene of the Polar Bear-style plunge by The Bachelor’s Sean Lowe and the bachelorettes, the area’s breathtaking scenery combined with luxurious accommodations made it the perfect location for both a reality TV episode and a romantic holiday.
Tucked in the southwest corner of Alberta, Lake Louise is known for outstanding skiing in the winter and incredible outdoor adventures in the summer. Home of Banff National Park, the towns of Banff and Lake Louise have attracted the big names in the hospitality industry, like Fairmont, as well as a plethora of smaller lodges, chalets and motels at all price levels.
To truly indulge, like the participants on The Bachelor, then the Fairmont is the top pick, as it was for the show’s producers. The entire episode was so popular that the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise Romance package gives ordinary people the chance to recreate the magic of the Bachelor experience, including doing and seeing everything the Bachelor and his ladies got to do throughout their stay. Ready to repel down a cliff for a picnic lunch at Tunnel Mountain, like Sean and Desiree did? Play in the snow on the Columbia Icefield like Sean and Catherine did? Risk hypothermia as Sean and the bachelorettes did in their Lake Louise Polar Bear Plunge? Then pack your bags and head to Alberta.
In addition to a gorgeous luxury room, room treats such as Prosecco, cheese, nuts and crackers, and complimentary breakfast each morning, you arrival package will also include a map of key areas visited by The Bachelor during his stay there. The package cost is $339/night based on double occupancy.
Remember, if you take your special someone there, don’t forget the rose!