$390 for a gourmet treat in Quebec City
Looking for a getaway that will tantalize your taste buds?
The Château Vaudreuil boasts its Villa d’Este restaurant, with a brunch menu featuring mussels with white wine, salmon braised with black pepper, and homestyle sausage and lentil ragout. This hotel has 116 suites on 25 acres of gardens, and has been awarded four diamonds by CAA/AAA.
- One-night stay in a luxurious lakeside suite with whirlpool bath
- Rose petal-decorated bed
- A box of fine chocolates in your suite
- Five-course gourmet dinner at Villa D’Este restaurant
- An evening of music and dance
- Sunday brunch with mimosa.
Vacay.ca Spotlights Festival d’Ete de Quebec
If you love music, then Festival d’Ete de Quebec is the place you need to be next week. This musical masterpiece will take place on the Plains of Abraham and other stages throughout the city. The festival runs for 11 consecutive days from July 4-14 and wristbands that allow entry into the entirety of the festival cost only $76 each.
Vacay.ca Managing Editor Adrian Brijbassi wrote about this upcoming event in his article “Stars align for Quebec’s summer festival.”
Brijbassi: “Headliners include Stevie Wonder (July 14), the Black Keys (July 6) and Bruno Mars (July 8). Canada’s tremendous array of emerging talent will be well represented with Diamond Rings (July 8), A Tribe Called Red (July 9), the Sheepdogs (July 14) and Monster Truck (July 14) appearing. Rush (July 10) and Lee Harvey Osmond (July 13) are among the veteran Canadian talents on stage for a festival that is the closest thing this nation has to Coachella, the showcase that draws big-name acts and legions of fans to the California desert each year.”
To book with Château Vaudreuil: Click here, or call 1-800-363-7896.