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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
• 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.
Beautiful resort with indoor and outdoor pools. Nice to sit outside on the terrace while having drinks or food. Overlooking the St. Lawrence. Fabulous golf course. Staff professional and courteous. Rented bikes and biked into town.
"Another Fabulous Stay Over New Years.....but..."
Windsnwaters occasionally has extra money for Luxury, so we headed to Le Manoir Richelieu in the heart of the Charlevoix Region. Everything was almost perfect (I don't ever give perfect by the way, as we is human), and by far a favourite destination. e spent 4 days here and enjoyed it immensely, except if you want tranquility, and peace, and some quiet, don't bother its filled with young families with little children who seem to run and wreak noise all over, for their parents do not have control of their offspring. The food as always is good, but too expensive, and thank goodness for the new St-Hubert in the Casino for quick lunches on site at reasonable prices. Now given the hotel was at 95% capacity (so I was told), I arrived back home from our little sejour (weekend getaway for non-francophones) away, I had a vicious cold that suddenly appeared after the typical 72 incubation period, and ha not surprising I was in a building where hundreds of germs were floating around just waiting! Note: Fairmont Royal York in Toronto recently was the topic of germs on a CBC program.Makes me wonder how well they clean and disinfect things like elevator buttons, which children and (adults) for some reason love too touch and smear their germs all over. I do wonder about the actual cleanliness of certain areas in the hotel. The pool was out of commission for a few hours on one of the days, un-admittedly due to some child relieving themselves possibly? This isn't the first time this has happened during a stay. Frustrating to say the least, when all you want is to do a few laps, and chill out in tranquility (not even remotely possible during big holiday periods, where children are not in school). Another great way to enjoy this beautiful place is the outdoors. Just avoid the small skating rink (filled with small creatures called children), and the place is heaven. Don't get me wrong, I love kids, just not the whiny, modern day ones that exist, where parents have zero or little control. Recommendation is to stay home on new years, and go the week after all the rid raf and the kids have gone home and back to school.
"One of my favorite hotels."
We've stayed at this casually elegant hotel for two days in each of the past five years (with a bus tour), and never been disappointed. Its location is most beautiful on a hill overlooking La Malbaie on the St. Lawrence. The staff are unfailingly welcoming and helpful. We usually opt for buffet meals for the chance to try different options, but there are several good restaurants. The breakfast buffet is a great way to start the day before setting out to watch whales or visit local galleries. Quebec's North Shore is one of my favorite parts of the world, and this is one of my favorite hotels.
"Not worth the price, not what you expect after paying 300+ $ a night"
The hotel and its grounds are really nice. Personnel in the lobby are really helpful and friendly. The room itself was cozy and spacious. Having paid 300$ plus tax for one night, the room was definitely NOT worth it. - The towels and bath robs provided had RIPS in them - Shower curtain had orange/brown stains all over it - The ceramic in the bath had brown spots all over the wall - Although this problem being small as you can just leave the door open to let the hot air put, but having a working fan in the bathroom seems as a reasonable expectation The bed was really comfortable. Overall, having stayed at less than 100$ tax in rooms in malbaie area in the previous nights, none had issues like this 300$ plus tax room in the fairmont. Definitely feeling ripped off.
"Went for what it used to be, not what it has become"
We made it to the Fairmont Manoir Richelieu for what we thought would be be a 5 star stay. We booked online, chose an upgraded and renovated room with a view. We have been here many times in the past and used to love this place. For the first time ever as we booked online we noticed that it was possible to prepay our meals and set the time for those, which we did, unfortunately. We then called to leave our dog to a kennel and were all set for our luxurious stay. As we arrived, we noticed that the parking lot that we used for free 2 years ago was now costing $12 a night. The doormen were very quick to pick up our luggage and bring them to the room. Checking-in was done well and we were assigned our room. As we made it in the room, I noticed as our next surprise, a sign that said we would have to pay an additional $20 + tax per day for the use of the resort. The amount of money we paid was for a resort and not a road motel thus we felt that this was a unwelcome surprise. So be it, we made it to the spa and swimming pool. We found dogs in the corridors, in the elevators next to our room. Why did we pay $25 a day for a kennel back home for our dog to move into the Fairmont kennel? The swimming area was covered by soiled towels, every chair had old and wet newspaper and the inside pool was closed. We felt the place was too filthy and we went back to our room. Next morning, remember, we prepaid for our breakfast which we imagined would be in the same nice restaurant we were used to in the past. Not anymore, it is in the basement now and in the morning we had to make a choice between waiting in line for access to the restaurant or going skiing. We felt our prepaid breakfast was not worth the wait and we left the hotel to have breakfast at a small restaurant with great food and excellent service at less than half what we paid at the Fairmont. For a great enjoyable experience have your breakfast at Chez Nous restaurant close-by the Fairmont. Thus we are paying a resort fee for a service we would not dare use in what I call a luxury kennel for dogs. Last time here unless I want to please our dog instead of my spouse.
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