The Céline Dion on the Plains package is your chance to see one of Canada’s most remarkable singers in her home province, beautiful Quebec.
Winnipeg Free Press: “Pop megastar Céline Dion is aiming to conquer Quebec City’s Plains of Abraham with her only show outside Las Vegas this year. Dion will appear on July 27 for a single concert. She also played the Plains in 2008 as part of the city’s 400th-anniversary celebrations, a show her manager Rene Angelil described as ‘one of the greatest moments of her career.'”
Be part of this great event and book your stay now at the Château Bonne Entente. Enjoy CAA/AAA four-diamond accommodations. Check out the Napa Grill, a summer terrace located in the heart of the Bonne Entente gardens with the pool. You can also complete the experience and enjoy a round of golf at La Tempête golf course. This opportunity starts at $709 for two people.
- Two nights for two people in one of the hotel’s high-end Espace Terzo suites
- Breakfast at MC Lounge restaurant, Saturday and Sunday
- Two tickets, ‘’Argent’’ section to the Céline Dion show
- Shuttle service to get on the site.
Vacay.ca Recommends Wendake
For even more luxury, make the 17-minute drive to Wendake. That’s what Vacay.ca Managing Editor Adrian Brijbassi did when he visited Hôtel-Musée Premières Nations in Quebec. Wendake is a First Nations reserve within close proximity to Quebec City’s historic gates.
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.”