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- Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu
- Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu, Fairmont Room
- Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu
Over Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu
Dit schitterend gelegen kasteel resort, gelegen tussen de zee en de bergen in La Malbaie, biedt een combinatie van de charme van het buitenleven met de luxe van een wereldklasse resort. Het beschikt onder meer over drie gastronomische restaurants, een binnen- en twee buitenzwembaden, en een casino. Er ligt een golfbaan in de omgeving en gaat u op zoek naar walvissen! In de Institut Spa Payot kunt u terecht voor een heerlijke massage maar ook voor een manicure of een gezichtsbehandeling. De kamers met warme tinten, comfortabel ingericht zijn voorzien van WiFi (tegen betaling). De marmeren badkamers zijn uitgerust met badjassen. Er zijn ook kamers met uitzicht op de St. Lawrence-rivier beschikbaar.
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Airco, WiFi, televisie, telefoon, wekkerradio, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, minibar, strijkplank en -ijzer, föhn en compleet ingerichte badkamer.
Zoals Fairmont, ruimer en met een zitgedeelte.
Dit resort ligt in de Charlevoix, aan de St. Lawrence River, 90 minuten rijden van Québec City.
• 3 Restaurants
• 2 Buitenzwembaden
• Rijden in een koets
Gelegen in Québec aan de noordkant van de Saint Lawrence rivier is La Malbaie een prima uitvalsbasis om de adembenemde omgeving te ontdekken.
"Le Manoir - A Must When In Charlevoix"
When in Charlevoix a stay at the Manoir is a must. Its location is amazing, the grounds are beautiful and the views of the majestic St. Lawrence River are breathtaking. The rooms are very clean and the staff is friendly and courteous. My only complaint is that the concierge was never at his desk whenever we needed to ask him a question. In fact, we were there for four days and never saw anyone standing behind the concierge's desk. The carpeting also needs an uplift. All in all I would definitely stay there again.
"Beyond 5 stars!!!!!!!!"
There aren't words to describe the feeling you have when you arrive at this magnificent , historic hotel! Just like a castle! Every employee must be incredibly well -trained . Uniforms are pure class! Much care is taken to make sure every detail is attended to. The Grand Hall is magnificent as are the grounds, veranda, sports complex and casino. Our room was small but with a view of the river.......clean, clean , clean! Fairmonts are a look back into the days of grand hotels across Canada and they certainly keep up with attention to every single detail! Impressive and well worth a visit!
"Very nice stay and a beautiful golf course!"
Stayed 1 night after taking the ferry from Riviere du Loup to St Simeon. Very pretty drive down to the hotel. This is a beautiful old building that still has all sorts of charm and character and it is well maintained. We were celebrating our birthdays and our main purpose of staying was to play the golf course which is a 1k cart ride up to the top of the mountain behind the hotel. Spectacular views and 2 beautiful 9 hole courses. (The third nine was closed when we visited). We had a very nice king room overlooking the St Lawrence from a smaller window. (Not a patio door view but a great view of the water.) We found the "Bellerive" dining room food was good but the prices were on the expensive side. The casino next door was very busy when we arrived during the afternoon period however things quieted down later in the evening. Overall a very pleasant experience. ($500.00 for 2 one night with golf and dinner a la carte)
"Service no longer up to Fairmont Reputation"
We stayed two nights after the Canadian Thanksgiving weekend. We typically stay at this very nice property at least twice a year. Our reception was great and friendly from the entire reception staff (Valet, Chasseurs, Reception Desk), including personal greeting and assistance from the Reception Director (Mrs. J.P). We really felt welcome as if we were returning home. However, with the exception of the houskeeping and pool staff, the same level of enthusiasm and joy expressed by the reception staff could not really be found among other staff in the hotel. We noticed that the hotel was full, but it seemed understaffed. The staff were overwhelmed, the casual dining restaurant on the ground floor was closed for renovations so clients were re-directed to Le St-Laurent. The major problem with closing all the restaurants except the St Laurent was the restaurant could not accommodate the â€œdaily casinoâ€ clients and non-casino clients staying at the hotel at the same time. The restaurant was so extremely busy and very noisy, it was not an enjoyable experience to the point that we requested to have our cheese platter and desert to go and ate them in our room. Having said that, we were served by a member of the restaurant staff (Annick) that went above and beyond in making the experience as great as possible. In the morning the breakfast was great, again, our waiter was fantastic to the point of entering our name and room number (which we gave him) on our breakfast bill so that we only had to enter the tip and total, this is how clients should be treated, its the little things that make up for the not so great aspects of the resort. The Lobby Bar La Brise, same issues, the service was very slow and seats difficult to find as most were occupied by casino clients. The hotel was also undergoing renovations, we dont understand why these renovations were not done during the low season (November). At Over the years, tt seems that the Manoir's focus in now on â€œcasino clientsâ€ and not as much on its loyal Fairmont customer (we are platinum members). Looking back, we can no longer say that the Manoir is offering a â€œsuperior guest experienceâ€. Its disappointing considering we go out of our way to visit this property, we could have just as easily gone to the Chateau Frontenac. Furthermore, having stayed at many other Fairmont resorts and town properties, we noticed and wondered why there is no longer guaranteed consistency between properties, as an example, each fall, the Chateau Frontenac and Chateau Montebello have a â€œNoel en Novembreâ€and other similar activities throughout the year to attract people during the low season, as well as a Amis du Chateau newsletter. Why such activities are not offered nor promoted at the Manoir we dont understand, there is really no incentive to given the service and overpricing of the Manoir. As well, while we were on site the manager of the golf course allowed us to take a golf cart to go to the pro shop, we were interested in perhaps buying used clubs (they can be rented or offered to Presidentss Club members) sold by the resort prior to being shipped back to Taylor Made. When we enquried about these clubs we were informed by the gentlemen working in the pro shop that they were expecting a group of 20 and the clubs were not in the proshop but in another building (which we could see from the proshop). No effort was made to want to allow us to view what was available. We understand the season was winding down, it was the last week, but the attitude is, dont bother me, I'm busy.I find that its hit and miss when staying at the Manoir. Formerly loyal Fairmont customer .
"Browsing Charlevoix area"
Gorgeous historic property surrounded by the breathtaking nature. A neat little town with lots of nice little shops. Very nice guest room with a fascinating river view Fantastic service, great food, one of a kind spa... Can't wait to be back!
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