What’s Buzzing With Fairmont Hotels & Resorts

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Through its Bee Sustainable initiative, Fairmont Hotels & Resorts has partnered with Pollinator Partnership, the world’s largest non-profit organization dedicated to pollinator research and advocacy, to give their guests the opportunity to discover the importance of bee sustainability and conservation. Guests can book great offers in participating hotels of the Bee Sustainable with Fairmont program and receive an amazing deal which includes:

  • 10% off the Daily Rate
  • $50 Dining Credit per stay
  • $10 Donation to Pollinator Partnership per stay, minimum 2 night stay is required

Several properties across North America are offering buzzy packages and promotions…

Fairmont Waterfront is buzzing for their 10th summer hosting bees at their rooftop apiary. The hotel offers complimentary daily tours of their apiary, the ‘Bee and Bee’ pollinator hotel, and pollinator-friendly garden with Bee Butler Michael King. Guests can also sample the delectable Pollinator menu in ARC restaurant, or sip on a custom-distilled strawberry basil liqueur by Wayward Distilleries. From now through September 30, 2017, the hotel is offering a special Bee Green Package that includes accommodations in a Fairmont Terrace Room, a 3-course Pollinator Menu at ARC, a jar of rooftop honey and a $10 donation to Hives for Humanity.

Get ready to rumble and bumble at Fairmont Palliser in partnership with world-class auto company, BMW. Hop on one of the hotel’s BMW cars or bikes to visit the hotel’s four beehives, located in the funky Calgary neighborhood of Inglewood. Upon arrival at the beehives, guests can dress up in ‘beekeeper attire’ and learn about bee sustainability and honey making. Back at the hotel, guests can also enjoy sweet culinary creations and cocktails made from the house-made honey.

Following their recent renovation and reopening, Fairmont Washington D.C. introduced a beautiful rooftop pollinator bee hotel made from driftwood for the 105,000 Italian honeybees living in the hotel’s three beehives next to the bee-friendly herbs and plant garden. Honey harvested from the Fairmont’s Beehives is used in delicious dishes and in the hotel’s signature honey walnut bread and cocktail, the BeeTini.

Book a stay at Fairmont Mayakoba for a blissful and relaxing vacation surrounded by crystal clear lagoons and miles of tropical jungle. At Willow Stream Spa, guests can indulge in specialty treatments and try unique beauty products that are made from honey collected from the spa’s apiary. The apiary was donated to the hotel by the local Mayan community and houses the local Melipona bees, whose honey is an important part of the Mayan culture for over a thousand years.

More information can be found at www.fairmont.com/americas/bee-sustainable/.