Luxury Hotel Chateau Lake Louise: Part 2
This is part two of this post, I would advise you check the last post here before reading this one.
It was time to get some writing done. I began my search for the perfect nook. I found my hiding place above the lobby, a cozy lounge area without distractions, a fireplace and brown leather couches filled the room. I was suddenly hungry again, I followed a stone staircase to the basement where I found a pub style restaurant called the "Glacier Saloon". The menu consisted of an array of casual food such as potato skins and fish and chips, also the dishes that I ordered. It was comfort food and comfortable I was. While waiting for my food to arrive I jumped into a casual game of pool with one of the other hotel guests, a young minor from Texas looking to get his foot in the door with a major petrol company. My new found friend and I roamed the hotel exploring the many stores, gift shops, and a gallery. I purchased a small bear figure carved out of stone.
That evening we conversed about wealth, spirituality and the pursuit of happiness at Lakeview Lounge, where tapas and cocktails were served. The flatbread, chicken spring rolls and, two cocktails were all delicious. The lights were dimmed down to create an ambiance, a magical feeling. More cocktails were ordered each one with a different palette and story to tell.
The following morning and last day at the Chateau. I was in much need of some pampering to repair my skin from the harsh Canadian weather. I escaped to the hotel spa and salon for a 24k gold collagen mask treatment before my departure.
With a tip left on the pillow and my checkout processed on the Fairmont app, I was sadly on y way to my next destination. The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise will forever hold a special place in my heart.