These luxury ‘oases’ are richly appointed for either romantic occasions or for first class business travelers.
All Signature Suites include the following common features:
This large apartment-style suite features a living/dining area with a wood burning fireplace, adjacent to an in-room wet bar for entertaining ease. The ensuite bedroom has a King Snugglebed with a luxury duvet. The spa-style bathroom features a Bain Ultra Thermomasseur bath, a large body-massage shower, and a heated tile floor. The suite can be catered for up to 8 diners or receptions of 20. A connecting bedroom may be rented for extra sleeping capacity.
These suites are romantic hide-a-ways or spacious 3-room business suites. The bedroom contains a Queen Snugglebed. The spa-style bathroom features a Bain Ultra Thermomasseur bath, a large body-massage shower, and a heated tile floor. The living room is warmed with a wood burning fireplace with lounge chair and sleeper-sofa sitting area. At the entry is a comfort bar with a microwave and a refrigerator.
This cozy Signature Suite on the Inn’s top floor features a floor-to-ceiling bay window. The living/bedroom area has a Queen Snugglebed, a desk and a wet bar. The large bathroom is superbly appointed with a Bain Ultra Thermomasseur and a large body-massage shower.
This comfy, dream-well suite features a Queen Snugglebed and a living area. In the large bathroom, you’ll find a whirlpool tub for two.
These intimate 2-room suites with Courtyard views are excellent getaways for relaxing or for versatile business lodging. The living area includes a sleeper sofa, a large desk and an efficiency kitchen. The bedroom houses a Queen Snugglebed. The bathroom features a glass-enclosed walk-in shower and granite countertops.
This large 2-room suite offers flexible space for families and groups, and can sleep up to 6 people. The large living room features a sleeper sofa, a table and chairs, and efficiency kitchen. The full washroom includes a glass-enclosed walk-in shower. The large bedroom has a Queen Snugglebed and an additional pull-down bed.
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