- Read MoreNestled along Lake Massawippi's shores – about 85 miles east of Montreal – Manoir Hovey impresses guests with its luxurious amenities and serene ambiance. Each room comes equipped with L'Occitane toiletries, flat-screen TVs and Nespresso coffee makers, but if you're looking to inspire a little extra romance, spring for a treetops suite outfitted with a king-sized canopy bed and wood-burning fireplace. According to previous guests, swinging in a hammock or taking in the scenery by canoe both make for pleasant ways to while away warmer afternoons. During the winter, you can snowshoe and cross-country ski along neighboring trails. And a meal at Le Hatley Restaurant, which serves locally sourced Quebec fare, is a must-visit according to previous patrons. For a more casual dining experience, head to the Tap Room Pub, which dishes up lighter entrees like burgers. Members of Relais & Châteaux's exclusive Club 5C program may receive extras, such as room upgrades, for staying here.4.5-star Hotel ClassFree ParkingFree WiFi
- Read MoreThe Fairmont Le Château Montebello — situated along the Ottawa River in Quebec approximately 60 miles northeast of the Ottawa airport — impresses guests with its laid-back (yet sophisticated) atmosphere. Travelers can unwind in accommodations fitted with wooden furniture, cable TVs and large windows before taking to the great outdoors. This hotel offers activities such as skiing, hiking, golf and horseback riding. After you've spent some time outside, pamper yourself with a signature treatment at the resort spa — like a maple sugar body scrub — before cozying up by the stone fireplace in the hotel's main lobby. Recent guests also highly recommend a Sunday brunch at Aux Chantignoles' intimate French restaurant, describing the cuisine as "exquisite." You can also savor casual fare and cocktails at the Seigneurie Bar or at two other on-site eateries. If you're a Le Club AccorHotels program member, you can earn or redeem privileges, such as access complimentary room upgrades for choosing to stay here. Keep in mind: The resort charges a daily resort fee of $23 per person, which includes Wi-Fi access and equipment rental, among other extras.4.0-star Hotel ClassFree ParkingFree WiFi
- Read MoreThe Hôtel Quintessence hugs the shores of Lake Tremblant and sits in the heart of the quaint town of Mont-Tremblant (about 80 miles northwest of Montreal), providing guests with a quiet and peaceful setting. But what really gets recent visitors swooning is the intimate Restaurant La Quintessence &Winebar, which dishes up mouthwatering seafood entrees like pan-seared scallops and chilled half lobster with truffle mayo. According to previous guests, the airy lakeside suites – equipped with Aveda bath products, cozy fireplaces and expansive balconies or terraces – are another selling point. Visitors also say you would be remiss to pass up a treatment at Spa Sans Sabots, which features revitalizing Shiatsu and Swedish massages. Should you crave more activity, Quintessence's Q concierge can help facilitate a variety of outings, from skiing and dog sledding in winter to biking and horseback riding in summer.Free ParkingFree WiFi
- View all PhotosGatineau, QC2.5 miles to city centerTripAdvisor (1523)Free ParkingFree WiFiRead MoreThis Hilton outpost sits about 5 miles north of downtown Ottawa in Gatineau, Quebec. Guests appreciate the views of Lake Leamy, but suggest bringing a car if you're planning on exploring Ottawa's attractions (the hotel provides free self parking). There's also plenty to do on the hotel's grounds. This Hilton resides within the same complex as the sprawling Casino du Lac-Leamy, so guests can easily access the gaming tables and slots. When it's time to eat, diners suggest a meal at the delicious French restaurant Le Baccara (there are also multiple other eating and drinking establishments on the premises). Guests can work off the calories in the hotel's indoor or outdoor pools (both heated) or in the fitness center. When nighttime rolls around, visitors can rest their heads on Hilton's signature Serenity beds in one of guest rooms. Each accommodation comes with a minibar, high-speed Internet access, an HDTV and a bathroom outfitted with a deep-soaking tub. And because of this hotel's Hilton ties, Honors loyalty program members can sleep easier knowing they're redeeming rewards and racking up points for staying here.Free ParkingFree WiFi
- Read MoreOverlooking the St. Lawrence River in the picturesque town of La Malbaie (about 90 miles northeast of Québec City), the Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu's lures visitors with its beautiful surroundings and upscale amenities. During your stay, you can take advantage of on-site activities like tennis, snowshoeing, ice skating and golf. If it's relaxation you seek, take a dip in one of the resort's saltwater pools or book a treatment at Le Spa du Manoir (renovated in 2015) before returning to your cozy digs adorned with wooden furniture, TVs and robes. Visiting foodies especially applaud the locally sourced cuisine at the award-winning Le Charlevoix Restaurant. The tasty fare served at Le Saint-Laurent and Le Bellerive restaurants also earn high marks, though some previous patrons do complain of high menu prices and subpar service. For a more casual dining experience, take your pick from Le Point Cardinal, the golf course's clubhouse, Le Phare or Le Brise Lobby bar. If you take part in the Le Club AccorHotels loyalty program, you can earn or redeem privileges such as complimentary nights and room upgrades.Free Parking
- View all PhotosAyer's Cliff, QCTripAdvisor (423)Free ParkingFree WiFiRead MoreIf you're looking for a relaxing weekend getaway, you can't go wrong with the Ripplecove Lakefront Hotel, according to recent guests. Sitting on the shores of Lake Massawippi in southeastern Quebec, the hotel offers a stunning setting year-round. In the colder months, you can ice skate, ice fish, snowshoe or ski, while warm weather allows for lake cruises, kayaking, tennis and hikes along the Tomifobia Nature Trail. Aside from its picturesque location, visitors were pleased with Ripplecove's accommodations, especially the Luxe Rooms, which boast lake views, balconies and fireplaces. If you're not in the mood to splurge, Classic Rooms come equipped with flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi access, coffee makers and iPod docking stations. Another point of praise for guests: the regional food served at the on-site eatery, Le Riverain Restaurant. When you're not admiring the lake view from your seat at dinner, enjoy the relaxing locale at the Arboressence Spa, which is set among native pines and features an outdoor hot tub beneath a forest canopy. Along with the hotel's location and amenities, visitors appreciate the Ripplecove's attentive service.
- View all PhotosBaie-St-Paul, QCTripAdvisor (680)Free ParkingFree WiFiRead MoreLocated between Grands-Jardins National Park and the St. Lawrence River, Le Germain Charlevoix Hotel & Spa makes an ideal home base for hikers, skiers and fishermen. For those that would prefer to stay on the property, there's an on-site ice skating rink, a 24-hour fitness center and an outdoor heated pool. After an activity-filled day, recent guests loved relaxing with a massage treatment or beauty service at the Spa du Verger, which is also home to a Finnish sauna, a eucalyptus steam bath and a snow fountain. The on-site tasty cuisine at Les Labours Restaurant, which features an open kitchen and a seasonal menu, and modern accommodations also received high praise from visitors. For the budget-minded, the hotel offers dormitory-style shared rooms that feature four single folding beds, personal space for luggage and a communal bathroom. For more privacy, book a guest room or suite, each of which comes equipped with a bed with a goose-down comforter, complimentary Wi-Fi access, a Nespresso coffee maker and heated bathroom floors.
- Read MoreWell-groomed garden grounds and a private lake comprise this 25-acre estate situated along the Lac des Deux Montagnes. The Château Vaudreuil, about 30 miles west of Montreal, is lauded by visitors for its lavish suites with a touch of European flair. Each room features a king-size bed, a living room area and elegant wooden accents. The hotel sits on a major highway, so recent guests suggest requesting a lake view or garden view room to avoid extra nighttime noise. When hunger strikes, tantalize your taste buds at Ristorante Villa d'Este, which dishes up flavorful northern Italian cuisine. Guests seeking more activity can take advantage of the hotel's indoor pool, fitness center and tennis courts, and later schedule a spa treatment. Plus, with its secluded grounds and picturesque scenery, the Château Vaudreuil serves as a popular spot for weddings.
- Read MoreCozying up to Gatineau Park, approximately 22 miles northwest of Ottawa, the Wakefield Mill Hotel and Spa invites guests to unwind in one of 42 elegant accommodations. Each room is outfitted with wooden furniture, luxurious queen- or king-sized beds and free Internet access. Although most visitors report a pleasant stay overall, some do say the rooms could benefit from some refurbishment and more reliable Wi-Fi service. Previous visitors do say the full-service spa, with its variety of massages and body wraps, is one of the hotel's greatest assets. The intimate dining room stands as another consistent crowd-pleaser with its French- and Quebecois-inspired dishes. For lighter fare and tapas, you can also check out the Muse Restaurant. After you're well-fed, you'll find plenty of outdoor pursuits to occupy your time. Those with a bent for adventure will want to explore the area by canoeing, bungee jumping, skiing or snowshoeing (depending on the season), while serenity-seekers can partake in beach-strolling and wildlife-watching.4.0-star Hotel ClassFree ParkingFree WiFi
- View all PhotosMont-Tremblant, QCTripAdvisor (985)Free BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFiRead MoreJust 2 miles south of the Mont Tremblant Ski Resort, Château Beauvallon offers cozy accommodations in a rural setting. The suites range from one to four bedrooms and each includes a living room area, a kitchenette, a gas fireplace and a balcony. Though some visitors do say the rooms appear slightly dated, they praise the property's free perks, including free Wi-Fi access and complimentary shuttle service to and from the ski resort during the winter months. The property also offers an abundance of year-round activities, including ATV tours, horseback riding, rock climbing, dog sledding and snowmobiling. Take a dip in the indoor or outdoor pool and hot tub, or use the fitness center when you're not busy soaking up the great outdoors. When hunger strikes, the on-site restaurant, as well as the bar, serve up drinks and dish out inventive cuisine. While many visitors report a pleasant stay overall, some do say the customer service left something to be desired.4.0-star Hotel ClassFree BreakfastFree ParkingFree WiFi
- Read MoreSet in the picturesque village of Saint-Sauveur, Quebec — about 40 miles northwest of Montreal — Manoir Saint-Sauveur serves as a convenient home base for those looking to soak up the scenery and the slopes. Most travelers describe the hotel staff as attentive and praise the property's close proximity to the Laurentian Mountains, which afford plenty of ways to embrace the great outdoors. The hotel's accommodations, on the other hand, garner mixed reviews: Some guests say the suites appear outdated, while others describe a pleasant stay overall thanks to Keurig coffee makers, flat-screen TVs and complimentary Wi-Fi access. Previous guests also suggested booking a suite on a higher floor to avoid disruptive nighttime noise. Should you require some extra R&R, indulge in a soothing massage at Spa du Manoir. As far as on-site dining goes, you'll have access to Restaurant L'Ambiance (which offers traditional Quebecois-inspired dishes) and Le Boudoir, a trendy lounge and bar. However, many travelers suggest sampling the local fare available at one of Saint-Sauveur's many restaurants.4.0-star Hotel ClassFree ParkingFree WiFi
- Read MoreNestled on a wildlife sanctuary on Rigaud Mountain, Auberge des Gallant is located about halfway between Ottawa and Montreal, making it a convenient location for both business and leisure travelers. The hotel, which originally debuted in 1972, was rebuilt in 2012 after a fire destroyed most of the property. Recent guests said that the reconstruction was an improvement; many were quite happy with the renovated accommodations, noting that the elegantly furnished rooms come equipped with modern-day amenities, including complimentary Wi-Fi access and glass-enclosed showers. Recent visitors were also pleased with the professional and friendly staff, the Spa Gallant and the on-site restaurant, though several patrons expressed frustration with the wait staff. The pet-friendly property also features ample event space, an on-site wine cellar and 5 acres of gardens.4.0-star Hotel ClassFree ParkingFree WiFi
- Read MoreIf you're looking to get as close as possible to the Mont-Sainte-Anne ski resort (about 25 miles north of Québec City), this hotel is your best bet. Château Mont-Sainte-Anne rests at the foot of the mountain with ski-in/ski-out access. Choose from standard condos, studios and suites or the more upscale Nordik condos, studios, suites and penthouses. Guests especially appreciate the Nordik rooms' contemporary style. Accommodation amenities include TVs, free Wi-Fi and a kitchenette or kitchen in each room. When you're ready to tackle the slopes, the property offers shuttle service (for a fee) to the nearby Le Massif de Charlevoix ski resort. If you would rather stay on the property grounds, previous visitors recommend checking out the outdoor hot tub, indoor pool, movie theater and game room. While the hotel is geared toward skiers, travelers who visit during the warmer months can explore the mountain biking trails and golf nearby. When you work up an appetite, head to Bistro Nordik to indulge in flavorful dishes made with fresh produce and regional ingredients.4.0-star Hotel ClassFree ParkingFree WiFi
- View all PhotosSaint-Marc-sur-Richelieu, QC20.1 miles to city centerTripAdvisor (157)Free ParkingFree WiFiRead MoreThe biggest draw for Les Trois Tilleuls Hôtel is its location along the banks of the Richelieu River. Situated about 32 miles northeast of downtown Montreal, the hotel has just 39 rooms, all of which feature a balcony overlooking the river and amenities like Keurig coffee makers, Aveda toiletries and complimentary Wi-Fi access. For the most part, recent guests enjoyed this quiet getaway, although some say the decor is a little outdated for the price. All visitors give high marks to the cuisine and service at the on-site restaurant and suggest booking a service at the Spa Givenchy, which offers a full range of treatments including massages, facials and body scrubs. Guests can also take advantage of the indoor saltwater pool and the Swedish sauna for extra relaxation.4.0-star Hotel ClassFree ParkingFree WiFi
- Read MoreAuberge des 21 may be a little off the beaten path – nestled in the La Baie borough of Saguenay in Quebec, about 140 miles north of Quebec City – but guests say its rooms and restaurant don't disappoint. This quiet retreat sits along the Saguenay River, and affords views of the delta and mountains that surround it. Though some previous guests admit the property does not deliver all the bells and whistles of trendy hotels centered in Quebec City, most agree the hotel's charming and serene atmosphere only enhances its home-away-from-home feel. The property boasts a variety of room options all appointed with either queen- or king-sized beds. Recent visitors say the accommodations are large and clean, and the staff is friendly and helpful. But the most glowing reviews are for the restaurant, which offers seasonal tasting menus and decadent dishes, such as smoked trout and salmon salad with blueberry dressing and veal carpaccio topped with mango salsa, not to mention a stellar wine selection. Travelers also recommend taking advantage of nearby activities, including golfing, cross-country skiing and treetop ropes courses.4.0-star Hotel ClassFree ParkingFree WiFi
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