Hotel Bar Recommendations from Our Experts: Canada

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After a long day of work, it’s always nice to grab a pint or enjoy a cocktail. When travelling for business, you have the added bonus of a bar in your hotel – and that bar could be a great one. Of course, you could consult a list of Canada’s best bars but why not get some tips from our travel experts at Corporate Traveller, of their tried and tested watering holes in hotels across Canada.  We’ve got advice from everyone, from our Travel Managers to the President of Corporate Brands, Americas himself. This last installment of the series features hotel bars from all over Canada including Ottawa, Whistler and even Kananaskis.

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Blacktail Bar at Pomeroy Kananaskis Mountain Lodge in Kananaskis, Alberta  They were making some really nice cocktails, they were creative utilizing smoke, wood chips, marshmallows, really unexpected.  The bartenders seemed to know what they were doing and the ambiance was something special. Henry Jones – Product Marketing Manager

Copper Spirits & Sights at the Andaz Ottawa in Ottawa, Ontario:  It's easily the best rooftop bar in Ottawa, with a great view of Parliament Hill and the ByWard Market. Their Caesar is amazing, they used crushed ketchup chips for the rim! – Emily Hajduk, Travel Manager

Mallard Lounge at the Fairmont Whistler in Whistler, British Colombia Picture cozying in to a table overlooking snow falling on Blackcomb mountain, fire roaring behind you as the bartender delivers the perfect dirty martini!!! Queue the live music, Mallard Lounge FTW – Lucy Kopic , Client Relationship Manager

Picture what Lucy described only in your large fuzzy white robe with matching slippers and the live talent is always top notch! It’s high end mountain comfort with no room for pretentious vibes. – Dustin Ellis, Vice President of Sales

Looking to try out on of these hotel bars on your next business trip? Just ask your dedicated Travel Manger. Not travelling with us yet? Our personalised service is just one of the reasons why it pays to bring an expert on board.

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