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Rocky Mountaineer’s unveils ‘Unforgettable Four’ for 2020

“Unforgettable Four” offers up to four free perks for Rocky Mountaineer 2020 bookings

Rocky Mountaineer celebrates its 30th anniversary next year and is marking the milestone with a new offer for 2020 bookings, called ‘Unforgettable Four’. For a limited time only, guests can add up to four free perks per booking on qualifying 2020 Rocky Mountaineer packages of eight days (seven nights) or more, in any class of service (GoldLeaf or SilverLeaf)*.



The four perks on offer, worth up to $1000 added value, are:  
2 x additional hotel nights at the beginning or end of a qualifying package in Vancouver, Calgary, Victoria, Banff, Jasper, Lake Louise or Seattle
1 x transfer from hotel to airport or airport to hotel, in Vancouver, Calgary or Seattle or between cruise port and local hotel (if cruise is purchased in the booking) 
- 1 x set-menu dinner at a hotel in the destination of choice (excluding rail days).

*or add up to two free perks per booking on packages of five-seven days, with qualifying 2020 Rocky Mountaineer packages, in any class of service.


One eligible package is the eight day, seven night First Passage to the West At Leisure, where guests travel between Vancouver and Calgary, spending two days onboard Rocky Mountaineer and enjoy stays at the stunning mountain towns of Banff and Lake Louise. Guests booking this package before August 31st will qualify for the four added value perks listed above. For more information on this package visit the RM website.


The Unforgettable 4 offer is in effect now until August 31, 2019 on eligible new 2020 bookings. The offer is applicable for select travel dates and must be requested at the time of booking. This offer has no cash value. Other restrictions apply.


Access to Rocky Mountaineer’s photo and video library is available upon request.


For more information about booking with Rocky Mountaineer, please call 1800 821 304 (toll-free) or visit:


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Published: 4 July 2019

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