We (two friend-couples) dined here on Monday 2 September 2013 while overnighting as part of a holiday package visit. The other main in-house eateries were all long booked-out, but this one was only quite sparsely attended mid-evening, and we wondered why.
Food was good but not exceptional, and service more or less reasonable, but the prices (even by premium Canadian standards) were pretty well into the 'fictistic' category so we ate relatively sparingly.
The Lago is tucked quite a long way down a side wing of the hotel and despite its name, I don't remember there being (or us being offered) any view of the eponymous lake as part of the overall dining experience.
Generally, somewhat underwhelming. If it weren't for the broader surroundings (and our happening to be more or less 'captive clientele' due to the appeal of these) I doubt we would have chosen or bothered to eat here.
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