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Laurentians Hotels

Whether you're after snow coated wooden cabins, warmed by roaring log fires, or want to get physical with hikes among apple blossomed trees combined with refreshing dips in cool mountain lakes, the Laurentians is a delightful destination for any season. Montreal and Quebec City lie nearby, but with a glut of outdoor activities at your disposal, you’ll be desperate to spend as much time as possible savoring the wonders of the mountains, and basking in the laid-back resorts that huddle around their feet.

While the ski resorts at Mont Tremblant are superb, don’t make the mistake of overlooking the rest of the Laurentians. Mont Saint-Sauveur is just 50 minutes’ drive from Montreal, so skiing daytrips are always tempting if you’re in the area. Gentle tree-lined slopes ease you into the snowy action, helping to build your confidence before you take on – or watch as others take on - audacious snow jumps, long grind rails, and breakneck ski runs. Visit at night to see the floodlit mountain decorated by glowing snakes of light, and jump on the lift to ski below a mixture of spotlights and stars. Struggling to stay on your feet? Head to Glissades des Pays d'en Haut instead, where you can rocket down snow blanketed slopes on a bobsleigh, or try snow-tubing in slippery rubber rings. If the winter’s snows have long melted by the time you visit, get your dose of thrills at Saint-Saveur’s Parc Aquatique. Crash down winding rapids on an inflatable donut, before holding on tight as you toboggan along surging rail tracks at this exhilarating water park.

Hotels in Laurentians

If you’re visiting in the icy ski season, warm your cold toes in a steaming bath at one of the luxury hotels in Laurentians, or shut the winter firmly outside and snuggle around a roaring open fire in a rustic wooden lodge. Practically every Laurentians hotel room in the region comes equipped with cable TV and speedy WiFi internet access, and the selection of private cabins, basic hotel rooms, and roomy apartments means every taste is catered for. Spend a little extra to enjoy color-splashed modern rooms, occupied by Queen-sized beds, with heaps of cloud-soft pillows stacked up.

Where to stay

Its proximity to Montreal, and the excellent ski resorts, make Saint-Sauveur the obvious choice for many of the visitors to this area. Restaurants, where you can truly spoil your taste buds with succulent, grilled steaks, and bars where chocolate-dusted cappuccinos provide a morning kick ahead of a hard day’s skiing, are dotted across the gentle resort town. If you’ve left the kids at home for some quality you-time, Sainte-Adèle is a smaller alternative, where delightfully indulgent hotels and spas are waiting. Here, foamy hot tubs will loosen your muscles, before trained masseuses will relieve aches you didn’t even know you had – heaven.

How to get to Laurentians

Say bonjour to Montreal as you touch down at the large international airport, before hiring a car and driving north to the Laurentians’ resorts which are peppered along Quebec Autoroute 15. Busses run up and down the highway from downtown Montreal and the airport, and these ferry skiers to many of the resorts in less than an hour. Direct flights to the small Tremblant airport can also be organized, taking off from cities like New York and Chicago.