Hotel Tadoussac

Tadoussac, Rural Quebec

The hotel

Calling to mind another, much grander era, the Hotel Tadoussac with its whitewashed walls and red tiled roof is packed to the rafters with charm and elegance. Overlooking Tadoussac Bay and the St Lawrence River, it is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts with a wealth of exciting activities to get involved in, including swimming, whale watching and hiking. There’s also a miniature golf course on-site and easy access to a 9-hole golf course, which will please enthusiasts of the game. The pool is open during summer only and most welcome for cooling dips in between sightseeing. If pampering tops your list of holiday priorities, the spa will gladly oblige with a whole range of treatments to tempt you including aromatherapy massage and chocolate wraps! Whilst you’re busy, the kids are too at their very own mini-club with treasure hunts on the agenda, a night at the movies, flying kites and fishing. There are three superb restaurants to choose from. Le Coverdale captures the hotel’s rich sense of history with its period woodwork and beautiful murals whilst at Le William you can enjoy a romantic atmosphere and stunning river views. Families meanwhile will love the casual atmosphere at Le Beaupre with its indoor/outdoor seating. For pre-dinner drinks and nightcaps Le Coquart is ideal.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Spa
  • Swimming Pool
  • Kids Club
  • Games Room
  • Internet Access
  • Tennis
  • Restaurant

Where is it

Situated at the junction of the Saguenay and St Lawrence Rivers.

Hotel information

149 rooms on 3 floors. All with cable TV, telephone, complimentary WiFi access, tea/coffee maker, hairdryer and iron and board. Standard Rooms with 1 queen-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Standard River View Rooms with 1 queen-size bed or 2 double beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults or 2 adults and 2 children.

Le William Restaurant (fine dining), Le Coverdale Dining Room (buffets and local specialities), Le Beaupre Restaurant (indoor/outdoor seating), Le Coquart Cocktail Bar. Outdoor heated swimming pool (seasonal). Spa*. Tennis court. Miniature golf course*. Access to a 9-hole golf course*. Seasonal Kids' club (3-12 years). Games room with billiards, shuffleboard, ping pong and puzzles. Complimentary self-parking.

*Denotes local charge.

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Image of the Tripadvisor rating classic but to update

Nov 13, 2018 Ginopola Mestre

The position is perfect (in face of you there is the bay), the building is historical and the garden is perfect and so are the hall and the restaurant. But it should be moderner for the cost, not about the atmosphere but the comfort it offers. Standard rooms are clean but very small and not very well illuminated. There are no USB doors to charge… Read more
The position is perfect (in face of you there is the bay), the building is historical and the garden is perfect and so are the hall and the restaurant. But it should be moderner for the cost, not about the atmosphere but the comfort it offers. Standard rooms are clean but very small and not very well illuminated. There are no USB doors to charge the appliances. Wifi is not very well working. It's absurd that village free wifi works very well and all around but...just around the hotel is cover by its one! Very slow! Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating The location makes the hotel

Nov 11, 2018 jeanlucp731 Geneva, Switzerland

What a place. Stunning location. We really enjoy the service and the people at this hotel. We ate at the restaurant and had a pleasant meal and evening. Breakfast the next was another good surprise. The downside is clearly the bedroom. We had one in the back. This is basic comfort but not more. The good news we slept well and had a great time… Read more
What a place. Stunning location. We really enjoy the service and the people at this hotel. We ate at the restaurant and had a pleasant meal and evening. Breakfast the next was another good surprise. The downside is clearly the bedroom. We had one in the back. This is basic comfort but not more. The good news we slept well and had a great time during our stay. Will definitely go back because this location is fantastic. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Not cheap to sleep there

Nov 6, 2018 janet4jones Laval, Canada

Gorgeous hotel to visit when visiting the small village of Tadoussac. We spent just one night at this place. They gave us a very small room with no air conditioning... We were disapointed to pay a high price while having difficulty to sleep because of the temperature too hot.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Lovely Old Resort Hotel

Nov 4, 2018 TravelBobCanada Canada

A hotel that harkens back to the days when the Canada Steamship Lines used to provide vacationers from Montreal and Quebec City with regular runs to this remote north Shore wilderness, the hotel is still lovely and features an excellent kitchen and a good wine list. It is also quite cosmopolitan, as many European visitors on bus excursions seem to… Read more
A hotel that harkens back to the days when the Canada Steamship Lines used to provide vacationers from Montreal and Quebec City with regular runs to this remote north Shore wilderness, the hotel is still lovely and features an excellent kitchen and a good wine list. It is also quite cosmopolitan, as many European visitors on bus excursions seem to use this as a pied-a-terre to do whale watching or other nature diversions. Rooms are fairly small and the hotel could use a little updating but the views over the river are outstanding. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating A fine old lady

Oct 20, 2018 cottonels Peterborough, Canada

We enjoyed every minute of our stay in this classy, vintage, lovely old hotel. The decor and ambience of the reception area, the halls and the dining room reminded me of the Chateau Laurier in Old Quebec City. Our third floor room had a spectacular view of the harbour from the quaint, almost attic-like window. The whole feeling was of a bygone… Read more
We enjoyed every minute of our stay in this classy, vintage, lovely old hotel. The decor and ambience of the reception area, the halls and the dining room reminded me of the Chateau Laurier in Old Quebec City. Our third floor room had a spectacular view of the harbour from the quaint, almost attic-like window. The whole feeling was of a bygone era. The room was spacious but could have done with a few more pieces of furniture to put things on! The bathroom needed updating but didn’t dampen our feelings for the place. My husband worked on the crossword puzzle while I read by the fire in the lounge in the evening. It was a wonderful experience. Read less