Be sure to have a meal at CHARCUT, Top Chef Canada finalist Chef Connie DeSousa's restaurant. Tuna Conserva is a must try.
Like Texas, any coverage of Calgary tempts a stab or two at its big truckin’, cow wrastlin’ history. But when it comes to Hôtel Le Germain - Calgary, you have to put down your spurs, and accept that this town has evolved.
A chic boutique in the center of this metropolis on the rise, Hôtel Le Germain is sleek, but not unwelcoming. It’s rooms and common spaces display real design savvy - authentic, and never overproduced.
A long list of Eco-friendly practices guide the hotel, and canine members of the animal kingdom are welcomed with open arms. No wolves, please.
Details are a priority, and staff practice covering what they call “G-tails”. Sure, the hotel caters to business travel, but why dwell on work? Instead, turn your attention to CHARCUT, the hotel’s hip-yet-wholesome dining destination. Local cuts of meat are either grilled to perfection, or served as charcuterie, with cheeses and preserves. One can only imagine the wonders that happen when Alberta beef takes center stage.
After sating your palate, why not take a trip to Santé Spa? This urban oasis is carefully designed to embrace the senses with soothing introspective contemplation, while the use of monochromatic tones and modern functional design create a warm and inviting atmosphere