The perfect mountain escape, The Fairmont Whistler. Watch the video, here.
Romper by Dreamcatcher
Dress from Aritzia
Dinner at The Wildflower
Stay at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler this summer.
Looking back at these photos, it just makes me want to go back to this sweet little mountain escape. The Fairmont Whistler is such an amazing sanctuary for a luxury yet very adventurous experience. The Chateau has all the details of a beautiful mountain lodge and all the luxuries we expect from a Fairmont Hotel. The views of the mountains and the short walk to my favorite, Lost Lake, make it the perfect weekend escape if you are coming from the city. We got we were welcomed by the ever so friendly staff and with a platter of snacks and refreshments just to top things off, we had the most perfect view of the mountains out of our window it instantly felt like a holiday. Of course, a jump on the bed was necessary after our drive up from Vancouver, we took our time and enjoyed the scenery as always, capturing the beauty of the Sea to Sky high way, Shannon Falls and our favorite pitstop, Porteau Cove. The Fairmont Chateau is the perfect end to the road trip into the mountains and so are the exclusive cocktails that are available at The Mallard Lounge. Each cocktail is created specifically and exclusively for that Fairmont Hotel, location through their very own mixology program, FAME. Another true culinary treat we got to experience was dinner at The Wildflower restaurant. The restaurant is surrounded but the lush gardens of the Fairmont Hotel and we got to sit right by the window, feeling like were where amongst wild flowers. The food was unbelievable each course with its own flavors and special pairings with wines along the way. It was truly one of the best dinner experiences I have had in a long time. Topped off with a delicious desert with a personalized note and a visit from the head chef! They really know how to make you feel welcomed up there, we even got to visit a secret little garden they have growing on the roof top, full of herbs that go straight into those delicious recipes that end up being served in the Fairmont restaurants and bars. I guess all I can say is when can we go back. Watch the video to see more. Photos by Mike Bishop