This hotel offers masses of charm and elegance. After more than 2 weeks of travel, we choose this hotel as our "indulgence". Our room had a large balcony with an awning that was designed to protect against both sun and rain. When lifted, the view towards the mountains was spectacular. The bathroom was bright and spacious with robes provided for guests to use. The hotel has many areas for relaxation and we started with a swim and soak in the hot tub. The spa area is light and inviting with large, forceful showers and thick towels. The dining room service was outstanding! We ordered the chateaubriand for 2 and it was perfectly done (medium rare) and presented beautifully. The wine list is huge. Dessert was equally memorable. We strolled to town via the 2 foot bridges that cross the river - having just reopened a few days previous after the flood waters had receded. When we returned to the hotel we sat by the fire in the bar area - a very cozy space. There is a pub on the lower level of the hotel (opens at 16:30) and the special for Saturday night is Prime Rib - a generous portion. The Caesar salad is enormous, comes with real anchovies, and masses of chicken. The train passes the hotel on a regular basis (+/- 4 hrs?) which might disturb some people but the railway is part of Canada's history.
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- Post Hotel And Spa
- Post Hotel
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