Category Archives: Québec

Oenophiles Rejoice! Quebec City’s Hotel 71 has a Wine Vending Machine, Reports T+L

Oenophiles don’t have to go to wine country for a wine-centric vacation. In some instances, they don’t even have to leave the city! Travel + Leisure visits several hotels which offer amenities and exclusive experiences for wine lovers, from a 17th-century wine cellar to personalized wine classes in Portugal, to a sophisticated, modern hotel in Quebec City with a wine vending machine in the lobby. Check out the full list via this online article, published March 23, 2019.

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For the Ultimate Winter Fantasy Experience, JustLuxe Spends a Night at Quebec’s Ice Hotel

“Only 20 minutes from Québec City, Hôtel de Glace is exactly what its French name implies: it is a hotel made entirely of ice.” And it’s the only one of it’s kind in North America!

JustLuxe’s Mila Pantovich offers tips on how to embrace the cold in this online article, published February 27, 2019.

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Mont-Tremblant in Quebec One of the Best Spots for Winter Hiking, via NYTimes!

Though snow hiking can technically be done anywhere with excessive powder, some destinations, like Quebec’s Mont-Tremblant resorts, have marked trails specifically for winter trekking. Learn more from this NYTimes article, published online February 8, 2019.

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Quebec City highlighted as one of 10 places to visit during ‘Shoulder Season’ by Washington Post!

Traveling during shoulder season is a great way to both save money and avoid large, touristy crowds. Try Quebec City in the autumn for its mild temperatures, post-card perfect French Quarter and delicious fruit and cider on offer at local farm-stands on nearby Ile d’Orleans, recommends the Washington Post in an article published February 1, 2019.

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A Winter Wonderland in Charlevoix; via AAA New England Journey

At Le Massif de Charlevoix, where almost all of the mountain’s 52 trails offer spectacular views of the ice floe–studded St. Lawrence River, guests will find a warm, French-Canadian charm, with cozy brasseries, quaint towns and forested cross-country trails along with powder-filled slopes; there is something to suit everyone’s idea of winter fun! Learn more from the current issue of AAA Northern New England Journey, January/February 2019.

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Quebec’s Laurentian Mountains an Ideal Winter Getaway! via AARP Magazine

Quebec’s Laurentian Mountains are listed in AARP Magazine’s October/November 2018 issue as one of the top places to plan a winter getaway, particularly due to the outdoor adventure activities – such as skiing and fat-tire biking – in Mont Tremblant!

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Passport Magazine Shares the Top 10 Reasons You Should Visit Montreal!

Old European Charm! Festivals for Everyone! Bike-Friendly Streets! Outdoor Adventures! FOOD! And much, much more… Passport Magazine shares the top 10 reasons you should plan a visit to Montreal in an online article, published September 4, 2018.

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2018’s G7 Summit Will Take Place in La Malbaie, Quebec’s Charlevoix Region; CNBC Reports

Did you know that this year’s G7 Summit of World Leaders will take place in La Malbaie, in Quebec’s Charlevoix region? World leaders from the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy and Japan, will attend, as well as President Donald Trump and Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, with the summit taking place at the gorgeous Fairmont Manoir Richelieu!

Learn more from this CNBC online article, published June 6, 2018.

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Quebec City’s Le Monastère des Augustines Featured in NYT Wellness Round-Up

A recent New York Times round-up of today’s popular wellness trends includes mention of silent retreats, or places where meditation, mindfulness and personal contemplation are encouraged in conjunction with digital detox. At Quebec City’s  17th-century monastery Le Monastère des Augustines, guests can stay in the original cloister, enjoy breakfast served in silence, workshops in painting and opportunities to hear the nuns singing vespers. Learn more from this online article from Elaine Glusac, published June 1, 2018, and check it out this weekend in Sunday print’s edition, June 3, 2018.

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Culinary Tourism in Emilia-Romagna, Quebec & More, via NY Times

In the decade or so since culinary travel began whetting the appetites of gastronauts, food-related travel has shifted from pure consumption — hitting that bucket list of Michelin-starred restaurants — to deeper investigations into where food comes from and the cultural and geographic factors that influence it,” writes NYTimes contributor Elaine Glusac. 

From a new trip to Emilia-Romagna guided by “Top Chef” winner Brooke Williamson to a “Farm to Feast” package that sends travelers to a nearby farm in southern Quebec’s luxurious Manoir Hovey to source farm-raised products, learn more about how the culinary world is shaking up the travel landscape in this online article, published May 18, 2018.

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