Post Hotel & Spa - Lake Louise
Nestled in the heart of Lake Louise with the spectacular Canadian Rockies as a backdrop lies Post Hotel & Spa. Home to 90 spacious suites and guestrooms within the hotel, four stand-alone cabins as well as the Watson House, a grand four bedroom 3,000sqft villa nestled along the Pipestone River. A food and wine lovers dream, the hotel features fresh market cuisine and is home to one of Canada’s largest wine cellars. Recreation includes Temple Mountain Spa, a fitness center as well as an indoor saltwater pool and hot tub.
Post Hotel is one of 9 prestigious Relais & Châteaux hotels in Canada and the only property in the Canadian Rockies. The association includes some of the finest hotels and restaurants around the globe and is regarded by many travellers as quality guarantee.
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World-renowned Lake Louise Ski Resort is located just five minutes from the hotel and easily accessible via a private complimentary shuttle. With Lake Louise’s spectacular scenery, pristine wilderness setting and more than 4200 acres of world class ski terrain; the ski resort is considered one of Canada’s finest! Visitors can expect a ski season spanning November to May, beginner, intermediate and advanced runs from every chair and over 30 ft snowfall annually.
After an exciting day on the slopes enjoy the perfect après with fine dining and fresh market cuisine available throughout Post Hotel. In the Dining Room, the marriage of food and wine thrives. Surround yourself with Canadian pine, fresh flowers, sparkling crystal, and the warm glow of the grand fireplace while you savour the exquisite talents of the hotel’s international cooking team led by European-trained Executive Chef Hans Sauter. Guests may also enjoy Fondue Stübli, located next to the main dining room and featuring traditional Swiss Style fondues. More casual options include Sir Norman Lounge, featuring stunning cocktails, a light menu and easy listening piano entertainment on weekend evenings, as well as a comfortable “English Style Pub” The Outpost, which features a fireplace, pub-fare menu, and sports events on TVs.
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Located beneath the dining room, the hotel’s award-winning wine cellar features a vast array of 20,500 bottles comprising of over 2500 labels. Surrounded by rack-filled walls, the main area of the cellar features a beautiful, custom-made table, ideal for special wine tastings and private dinners of up to 14 guests. Smaller storage areas in the cellar are cordoned-off with antique wrought-iron gates, each section housing carefully chosen treasures from the world’s greatest wine regions. Post Hotels’ wine cellar has been awarded the Wine Spectator’s Grand Award for 21 consecutive years, demonstrating an uncompromising passion and devotion to the quality of its wine program.
Rejuvenate those tired muscles at Temple Mountain Spa. A soothing, blissful sanctuary that combines health, wellness, beauty, and therapy. The spa menu was developed using a harmonious blend of products and techniques to serve the unique needs of the hotel’s guests. Services range from therapeutic to luxurious with a wide selection of massage therapies, body and facial therapies and beauty services. Afterwards, take a plunge in the indoor Roman inspired saltwater pool, or melt away the muscle tension after an active day on the slopes in the whirlpool and steam room.