La Malbaie, Charlevoix, Quebec
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The Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu’s stately architecture and picturesque location has rightly earned it the nickname, “Castle on the Cliff.” Tucked between the sea and the mountains, this historical castle sits high atop a cliff overlooking Quebec’s famed St. Lawrence River. Share in centuries-old traditions on your Quebec vacation!
The Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu has been named one of the Top 10 resorts in Canada by Conde Nast Traveler and it’s easy to see why. This luxury resort captured our hearts with its historical charm, rich traditions and world-class hospitality. The Club de Golf Le Manoir Richelieu boasts 27 world-class holes and magnificent views of the Quebec countryside, while ferry boats on the St. Lawrence offer a unique viewpoint of the hotel’s castle-like exterior. And inside, one- and two-bedroom specialty suites are a sight to behold. These spacious suites, designed with large bedrooms, parlors and marble bathrooms, envelop business travelers and couples alike in comfort and luxury on their Quebec vacation! Tradition like this deserves to be celebrated. Fortunately, Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu offers plenty of ways to do just that on your Quebec vacation. Le Charlevoix is renowned for its fertile soils and agricultural bounty. Now you can savor the region’s finest – whether from forest, field or sea – with Fairmont delicacies like duck foie gras, roasted rack of lamb and lobster medallions. And next door, the Casino Charlevoix is a glittering testament to the fact that any night can be your lucky night at the Fairmont!
From Aeroport Jean Lesage, take Autoroute Felix Leclerc or follow the direction for Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre. Continue on Route 138 East until you arrive in La Malbaie. Keep going along the St. Lawrence River on Boulevard de Comporte. Cross the train tracks and continue until you come to an intersection marked Chemin des Falaises. Take a left on Chemin des Falaises and continue along this road until you see Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu and the Casino de Charlevoix.
Volkswagen Beetle owners meet at Ile-aux-Coudres every summer for the Bug Out. Whether you’re a Beetle enthusiast or not, everyone is welcome for this event!
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The hotel’s lobby bar, La Brise, pours aged malt liquors, ports and martinis to help you ease into your Quebec vacation in style!
Resting at No. 2 on our list of the Top 10 Quebec Resorts is Fiddler Lake Resort. Tucked away among the vast sea of fir, poplar and birch trees of the Saint-Sauveur Valley, this resort is a nature lovers paradise.
Fiddler Lake Resort gives you the chance to experience the best of the Quebec wilderness, while not being far from cosmopolitan Montreal. The log cabin look that is applied to the impressive chalets gives you the feeling of a rustic getaway, while resting in luxury. The chalets are fully furnished and include amenities such as private pools, stone fireplaces, full kitchens, spas and saunas. Each of the chalets has at least three bedrooms and the largest can accommodate up to 18 people. The area is active and beautiful year round. Some of the activities locally you can enjoy are golf, massages, water park, zip lines, skiing, rafting, snowshoeing and the list goes on. Fiddler Lake Resort is a one of a kind resort that provides you the opportunity to have the nature getaway of a lifetime.
Fiddler Lake Resort 1000 route 329 Mille-Isles, Québec JOR 1A0 Canada
For cross country skiing enthusiasts the Morin-Heights Cross-Country Ski Club has 95 miles of trails to enjoy.
Fiddler Lake Resort is only a 45 minuet drive from Quebec and just a 55 minute drive from Pierre-Elliott Trudeau Airport.
Luxury and leisure unite at Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac, where both the outdoor adventures and onsite amenities never seem to end! Come experience the essence of Old Quebec in these newly renovated rooms.
Start the luxury portion of your stay on the property of the CAA/AAA Four Diamond Award-winning Fairmont Le Château Frontenac. Looming high over the flowing waters of the St. Lawrence River is this castle-like hotel, the most prominent feature of the Quebec City skyline. Explore your extravagant guestroom or suite reflecting a distinctive European charm. Spend some time in the state-of-the-art Health Club, unwind in the Massage Therapy Salon or simply explore the opulent hallways and turrets before dining at the onsite restaurant. Afterward, head out to the streets of Old Quebec and visit the nearby Aquarium of Quebec. Exploration and relaxation combine at this Canadian oasis!
1 rue des Carrieres, Quebec, Quebec G1R 4P5
Make it a reunion to remember any month of the year! During the winter months, and enjoy an unforgettable skiing experience at one of three nearby ski resorts. After a long day on the slopes, everyone will enjoy an opportunity to relax in the indoor heated pool. If you want to arrange a special catered group meal, there are a number of elegantly decorated specialty rooms perfect for your group.
With Mont Sainte-Anne and Stoneham Ski Hill around 30 minutes away, this luxury Quebec destination is the perfect way to enjoy the majestic mountains in a modern setting.
Fairmont Le Chateau Montebello is an outdoor oasis teeming with four seasons of fun! These rustic yet refined cabins serve as your base camp for adventure (and as a place to unwind after an action-packed day).
Immersed in coniferous Canadian scenery, Fairmont Le Chateau Montebello is teeming with year-round recreation and rustic elegance that will impress and relax you as soon as you arrive. Your red cedar log cabin overlooks a plethora of possibilities, which include 26 kilometers of cross country skiing trails, endless tundra for dog sledding, and nearby downhill skiing. In the summer, swing away on surrounding golf courses or hike the lush nature trails. There are also opportunities to go off-loading, and try your hand at clay-pidgeon shooting! After an action-packed day, soothe your soul in the health spa before curling up beside your welcoming fireplace! Discover your ideal Quebec vacation at Fairmont Le Chateau Montebello!
392 rue Notre Dame, Montebello, Quebec J0V 1L0
Frequenters of the fairway unite! Designed by Stanley Thompson in 1929, the course at Fairmont Le Chateau Montebello features 18 holes of stunning wooded landscapes with dramatic elevation changes. It's a challenging an unique course with a rich history and is also considered one of the best public courses in Quebec.
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Relax, rejuvenate, and indulge your mind, body, and soul with an array of spa treatments at the Fairmont Montebello Resort and Spa. Here, you'll find a fireplace, soaking tub for two, rain shower, and side-by-side treatment tables!
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As the country that carried the Winter Olympics, you can expect Canadian caliber from each Quebec, Canada ski resort. And facing the two main ski lifts of territory favorite Mont Tremblant is the Homewood Suites By Hilton Mont Tremblant.
Made to resemble a French pedestrian village, the Alpine Village of Tremblant offers the best ski-in and ski-out facilities on the mountain. Sink into suites that celebrate the warm, ski village atmosphere and explore your ideal mountain surroundings with a quick ski lift trip to the top. With hot breakfast, dinner, drinks, and divine Mont Tremblant ski conditions and position, you've just made the perfect date with the best Mont Tremblant resort on the mountain.
Space and comfort aren't the only best assets of this Mont Tremblant ski resort. Spoil yourself with suite extras like in-suite Jacuzzis, loft-style suites, complimentary hot breakfast daily, and prime ski-in/ski-out facilities.
When not hitting the slopes in the winter, the summer also offers tremendous activities in the town. Take some time to yourself and enjoy Mont Tremblant golf courses, hiking, and horseback riding.
No matter what attraction, outdoor activity, or scenery you plan to move closer to, you’ll find each attractive attribute in the Chalets of Mont Sainte Anne.
Mont Sainte Anne Chalets and luxury condominium rentals enjoy base of the mountain conveniences, all within range of all the potential adventures Quebec has to offer. outdoor adventures. Hot tubs, pools, and a fitness center warm your cold toes past the snowglobe of Mont Sainte Anne’s ski-scape, while ski, snowshoe, hiking, and other grand mountain adventures beckon you to re-enter the mountain landscape.
Chalets Mont-Saint-Anne 1, Beau Soleil, Beaupré Québec G0A 1E0
You've found it! The perfect weekend ski trip, golf vacation, romantic getaway, and family holiday! These chalets make the mountains home, offering you a nearby pool and gym, full kitchen, laundry facilities, fireplaces, balconies, and much more.
Four-season tourist resort feeling is also felt in nearby offerings like downhill skiing, snowboarding, and cross-country skiing in the winter, with mountain biking, hiking, and golfing in the summer!
The exterior of Le Chateau Bonne Entente, reminiscent of a French country estate, belies the sleek, sophisticated and ultramodern spaces found inside. And those looking to indulge on their Quebec escape won’t be disappointed. This urban-chic Canadian retreat invites you to experience the “Art of Living!”
At Le Chateau Bonne Entente, the art of living manifests itself in a myriad of ways. It’s all about the art of taking care of oneself in the onsite Amerispa, with apple cider body wraps, basalt stone massages and maple sugar body scrubs. Le Chateau’s sparkling pool, intimate backyard setting and lush water gardens are an enticing introduction to the art of relaxation. Imported wines, artisan cheeses and innovative seafood dishes are trademarks of the Monte Cristo L’original restaurant – and a delightful foray into the art of fine dining. And in Le Chateau’s cocooning rooms, anyone can master the art of seduction. Romantic interludes are practically inevitable in these intimate spaces; sensual wall frescoes serve as backdrops to spacious baths built for two! Le Chateau’s URBANIA lofts and suites, with their sleek, modern decor and hints of subtle luxury, are a sophisticated resting space for discerning travelers and business elite. But the piece de resistance of these upscale retreats is the Origami bath found in each. More than 40 air jets soothe sore muscles and gently erase any residual stress. Pair it with an uplifting elixir from the MC Lounge and voila, the perfect cure for jet lag!
The name Bonne Entente originates from a greeting given by the hotel’s former owner: “À la bonne entente!” which means “long live harmony” or “understanding.”
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Le Chateau guests get exclusive access and reserved tee times at La Tempete golf club.
From Highway 40, take the exit to Autoroute Duplessis 540 South. Then take the exit to Chemin Sainte-Foy, follow the directions and turn right on Chemin Sainte-Foy. At the next set of lights, turn right into the main entrance of the hotel. From Highway 20, take the exit to Autoroute 73 Nord. Cross the Pierre-Laporte Bridge and stay in the left lane. Follow the directions for Autoroute 540 Nord. From Autoroute Dulessis, exit on Chemin Sainte-Foy, follow the directions and take a left onto Chemin Sainte-Foy. Go straight at the second set of lights and turn right into the hotel entrance.
There never was a castle better crafted or a kingdom better represented than with Le Saint Sulpice of Montreal, Quebec.
Winner of both Conde Nast Traveler's Best of the World award and the 2012 Readers' Choice Awards, Le Saint Sulpice is no stranger to world-wide attentions. Always set to stun, Le Saint Sulpice is a very attractive asset to an already seductive city. Experience Montreal's pleasure center at Le Saint Sulpice Superior, Deluxe, and Executive Suites, spa, gym, Sinclair Restaurant, and intimate banquet and event spaces.
Whether foodie, culture lover, skiier, or honeymooner, you'll enjoy this luxury hotel setting in Montreal. French heritage and Latin blood make Montreal famous for romance, food, art, winter activities, and more.
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A gentle lotus scent fills the air as you climb the stairs to a new hotel experience. These suites aren't rooms, they're more creative and personal living spaces that mix both old and new to match the harmonious and cultural character of this French-inspired Canadian city.
From the winter wonderland of Carnaval de Quebec to the sun-soaked fun of the annual Quebec Summer Festival, visitors to Canada’s Quebec City are sure to find plenty of ways to celebrate in every season. With its family-friendly accommodations and a prime location close to the city’s major attractions, Delta Quebec is perfect for family and group vacations!
We loved Delta Quebec’s packages, especially the Summer Pleasure Package that include tickets to Canada’s largest water park, Village Vacances Valcartier. Kids and parents alike will have the time of their lives as they slip, slide and even surf their way through this action-packed aquatic playground. If you’re still looking for a bit more underwater adventure, head to the Aquarium du Quebec for 10,000+ species of marine life. Or take a dip closer to home; Delta’s heated outdoor pool can be enjoyed year round, even when snow blankets the surrounding terrace and courtyard! Though the weather and celebrations change with the seasons, there are some things you can always count on at the Delta Quebec, like excellent service and upscale amenities on the hotel’s Signature Club Floors. High ceilings and marble wet bars are highlights of the Presidential Suite’s main floor, while a spiral staircase at its center leads to two baths, a master bedroom and a sitting area with views of Parliament Hill. And the floor’s private lounge serves continental breakfasts each morning and a cocktail hour with complimentary hors d’oeuvres in the afternoons!
Visit Canada’s Ice Hotel, made from 12,000 tons of snow and 400 tons of ice each winter, only to disappear in the spring.
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The Delta’s intimate Bistro restaurant pairs three courses of haute cuisine with breathtaking views of Quebec’s Laurentian Mountains.
From Jean Lesage Airport, turn right on Route de l’Aeroport and proceed to Freeway 540 South. Exist at Boul. Laurier, which becomes Chemin St-Louis and then Grande-Allee. Turn left on rue Cartier and right on Boul. Rene-Levesque Est. The Delta Quebec is on your left.