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 “Orient express” atmosphere

Jul 6, 2020 Martin P Brussels

Beautiful, cosy and historical palace. One feels like on board of the Orient express. The check-in went very smoothly and efficiently. The next day the receptionist was very helpful assisting us to book a wales observation tour… The rooms are full of charm and very calm. On the negative side, we found that the beds are rather small and matrasses… Read more
Beautiful, cosy and historical palace. One feels like on board of the Orient express. The check-in went very smoothly and efficiently. The next day the receptionist was very helpful assisting us to book a wales observation tour… The rooms are full of charm and very calm. On the negative side, we found that the beds are rather small and matrasses much too soft. Surprisingly for this level of hotels, the room had no fridge. Overall however, we loved this hotel for its historical touch of nostalgy and for its beautiful garden and stylish garden benches in front, overlooking the bay. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Fantastic Hotel

Mar 15, 2020 Cazzabaa Kent, United Kingdom

I actually stayed years ago with my parents and my partner for the one night. It had such a lovely feel about the place that I've never forgotten it. It made such a lasting impression. The building itself was mind blowing so unique and grand. Lovely grounds and beautiful views towards the water. Sadly we only stayed the one night but my partner… Read more
I actually stayed years ago with my parents and my partner for the one night. It had such a lovely feel about the place that I've never forgotten it. It made such a lasting impression. The building itself was mind blowing so unique and grand. Lovely grounds and beautiful views towards the water. Sadly we only stayed the one night but my partner and I enjoyed sitting outside watching the whales in view in the water. It was so quiet and relaxing as well. If I was ever back in this part of the world (I'm in UK) I would definitely re-book but for longer next time. 10/10 Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Charming Historic Hotel In Great Location

Oct 4, 2019 BushPiggy Canada

We stayed four nights in a room that faced the river. We also stayed at the hotel in 2018. This is an historic hotel so don’t stay here if you want a room with air conditioning, microwave oven, fridge, room safe and so on. If you appreciate a vast lobby with comfortable seating, wood burning fireplace, great view and chess and checkers at hand,… Read more
We stayed four nights in a room that faced the river. We also stayed at the hotel in 2018. This is an historic hotel so don’t stay here if you want a room with air conditioning, microwave oven, fridge, room safe and so on. If you appreciate a vast lobby with comfortable seating, wood burning fireplace, great view and chess and checkers at hand, this is the place for you. Nice day? Move outside to chairs on the spacious lawn that rolls down to the waterfront. The grounds are very well maintained with lots of flowers. Our room was small consistent with rooms in hotels that were built many decades ago. That being said, I have stayed in equally small rooms in modern New York City hotels. The room was clean; housekeeping was excellent. We ate only one dinner and one breakfast in the hotel (during our previous visit). They were too expensive, particularly for what was served to us. Excellent restaurants are within easy walking distance. The staff were helpful and pleasant, accommodating our lack of French. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating A large hotel with a fantastic location

Oct 2, 2019 800shopper Stone, United Kingdom

This is a large hotel and we usually go for more boutique locations. As the weather was pretty dreadful we were quite glad of the larger location. The room was good with a table, two chairs and an armchair ( which had lost all support) the bed however was extremely comfortable. There was no light or bedside table on my husband’s side so we ended… Read more
This is a large hotel and we usually go for more boutique locations. As the weather was pretty dreadful we were quite glad of the larger location. The room was good with a table, two chairs and an armchair ( which had lost all support) the bed however was extremely comfortable. There was no light or bedside table on my husband’s side so we ended up moving the standard lamp to that side and upturning the recycling bin for a bedside landing area. The restaurant was good for dinner. We ended up eating there both nights. Wouldn’t recommend the breakfast though, it was expensive and not very good. Try the local boullangerie. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Lovely Hotel on the St Lawrence River

Sep 29, 2019 Basmati P Toronto, Canada

This is a lovely hotel on the St. Lawrence river. We were greeted by wonderful attendants. While there is no air conditioner-there is no need for one. there are fans and open the windows for fresh air. However, the rooms can do with a fridge and more TV channels.