Hit the slopes and spa in Quebec for $575

Posted March 6, 2013 by Vacay in Deal of The Day

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Looking for excitement and relaxation? Then this is your chance to mix the best of both worlds in La Belle Province.

Can you imagine hitting the slopes, and then chilling out in a spa? Well, imagine no more. Fairmont Le Château Frontenac Hotel in Quebec City is offering a Ski & Spa Experience Package that will help you do just that!

Treat yourself to pure comfort at Payot Institute Spa after a full day of skiing. With 618 beautifully furnished guest rooms and suites offering breathtaking views of the St. Lawrence River or the architecture of Old Quebec City, guests will feel an elegant touch of historic Europe. Rates start from $575 per night until this offer ends on April 28, 2013.

Package Includes:

  • Accommodation for one night in a Fairmont room
  • Full buffet breakfast at Le Café de la Terrasse
  • One day ski lift ticket at one of two mountains of your choice: Mont Sainte-Anne or Stoneham
  • One 50-minute massage for two at Payot Institute

Vacay.ca Recommends Wendake Near Quebec City

While the Château Frontenac is Quebec City’s most famed hotel, it isn’t the only unique property in the area. If you doubt First Nations reservations and their Canadian neighbours can jointly build successful enterprises, the Huron-Wendat community near Quebec City will open your eyes. That’s what Vacay.ca Managing Editor Adrian Brijbassi wrote when he visited Hôtel-Musée Premières Nations in Quebec.

Brijbassi: “Constructed in 2008 to honour the 400th anniversary of the founding of Quebec City, the Hôtel-Musée Premières Nations sits on the Saint-Charles River (or Akiawenrahk River, if you go by its Aboriginal name), eight kilometres north of the provincial capital’s fortified walls. From downtown Quebec City, it is a 15-minute drive to the reservation that covers 924 acres and is home to approximately 1,350 residents. The hotel is built in the style of an Iroquois longhouse, with guest rooms facing the river. Unlike a traditional longhouse, which would have two dozen or more people sleeping communally, the hotel’s interiors are posh and luxurious, comparable to any other hotel in the Quebec City area. Warm wood, eye-catching stone, and furs and leather decorate the common areas and rooms. The accommodations are large, spacious and comfortable, with fireplaces and graceful decor.”

Read the rest of the article headlined “First Nations Luxury Near Quebec City”

To book the hotel deal with Le Château Frontenac in Quebec: Click here, or call 1-866-540-4460.

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