A bold sense of style pervades Le Germain Hotel Quebec, tucked away within a labyrinth of narrow streets in the heart of Old Quebec just steps from the quays of the Old Port. All the old-city highlights are within a 5-minute walk, including Place Royale, the Old Quebec Funicular and the Museum of Civilization. The elegant boutique hotel is housed in a century-old building that's undergone an impressive renovation, flooding the space with an abundance of natural light. With a nod to the building's history, the design showcases the original dark wood and exposed brick walls within an overall modern-chic atmosphere interpreted in a palette of gray, black and white with stainless steel accents. Deluxe beds have goose down comforters, feather pillows and Egyptian cotton and bamboo sheets. Contemporary bathrooms feature white subway-tile showers, clear green glass countertops, 100% Pima cotton towels and bathrobes, and signature Ruby Brown toiletries custom-designed for Germain Hotels. Rooms have free Wi-Fi, wall-mounted flat screen HD TV, Bose bluetooth alarm clock radio, mini bar and a Nespresso pod coffeemaker. Public spaces include a gorgeous lobby lounge with overstuffed seating to sink into in front of the fireplace, a sleek breakfast space with views out the floor-to-ceiling windows, and a 24-hour fitness center with cardio and weight machines housed in an industrial-style space.
This classic resort hotel at the mouth of Saguenay Fjord offers beautiful views of Tadoussac Bay with access to some of the world’s best whale watching here at the brackish confluence with the St. Lawrence River. A hotel has stood on this spot since 1864, though the present-day property dates to the mid-20th century. The sprawling landmark, instantly recognizable for its white colonial-style exterior with dormers, cupola and bright red roof, welcomes guests for a stay in one of Canada’s oldest villages. Travelers arrive via ferry from Baie St. Catherine, crossing the fjord to reach Tadoussac. History is on display in the lobby where vintage photographs on the walls document the area’s past. Guest rooms are relatively simple but comfortable, with en suite bathrooms, one queen or two double beds, a writing desk, small table and chairs, flat screen TV, coffeemaker and Wi-Fi. The lobby lounge features seating around a large fireplace. Enjoy breakfast in the bright conservatory, where walls of windows offer full views of the bay. Two restaurants serve sustainably caught fresh seafood from the St. Lawrence prepared in creative contexts that draw on traditional local heritage. In keeping with its resort character, the hotel offers a slate of recreation amenities including tennis courts, two swimming pools and a full-service spa offering massage, body wraps and exfoliation with seashells and marine salts.
Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu
La Malbaie, Quebec
This grand hotel built in French chateau style stands proudly atop the cliffs of Pointe-Au-Pic, surveying the broad expanse of the St. Lawrence River. Celebrated guests from movie stars to U.S. presidents have enjoyed the view and the quiet streets of La Malbaie below. La Malbaie is regarded as the birthplace of resort tourism in Canada, drawing wealthy Canadian and American families who summered here at grand estates in the 19th century, and our hotel harks back to that tradition. The original 1899 hotel built by Canada Steamship Lines to attract well-heeled guests to the scenic region burned to the ground in 1928. It was replaced a year later by the current property, built to evoke a French castle. Elegant guest rooms befit the hotel's 5-star status, with patterned carpet and upholstered valances, classically styled dark wood furniture, beds beds with wooden headboards and plush bedding, and tiled bathrooms with luxury amenities by Le Labo.
While you may wish to enjoy all the comforts of your room, complete with view over the river or lavish grounds, the lobby offers an inviting space as well—enjoy a cocktail or single malt Scotch from the La Brise Lobby Bar's extensive selection, or settle in with a book on an overstuffed sofa in front of the fireplace. Four onsite restaurants showcase regional cuisine in a variety of settings, most with a river view. Newly renovated Moment Spa offers relaxation with innovative treatments like an Elixir Ice Cider Body Wrap or a Warm and Cold Basalt Stone Massage. Guests can also take advantage of the large fitness center, three swimming pools, and walking trails around the property. A stay at Le Manoir Richelieu is an indulgence in luxury and a slice of Canadian history.
Manoir Du Lac Delage
This lovely nature retreat, less than 30 minutes from Quebec City, enjoys a lakeside setting on Lac Delage not far from grand expanse of the Jacques-Cartier Valley. Recently renovated rooms feature ornamental woodwork and cozy, country-style textiles in checks and chintz. Rooms have one king or two queen beds, sofa, writing desk, TV, mini fridge and full bath with bathrobes. Each room also has a private balcony to enjoy fresh-air views of the lake and mountains in the morning or evening. A quick stroll down to the dock offers stunning stargazing under the dark sky when the night is clear. The hotel's renowned Gourmet Champêtre restaurant is one of few 4-star restaurants in this region of Quebec and is recognized for its local, seasonal dishes and French haute cuisine. In the evening, gather on the terrace overlooking the lake or inside by the fireplace as youenjoy a cocktail from the Bar l’Incontournable. Health and wellness facilities include an indoor swimming pool, outdoor lakeview pool and baths, sauna, Jacuzzi. exercise room and full-service spa offering a range of treatments.
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