Log cabins convey a rustic and homey feeling. While most log cabins are suitable for wilderness retreats with small teams, Quebec has some very unique options.
With 112 rooms 11 meeting rooms and 2 rooftop patios which are ideal for private events. The lodge showcases local ingredients through exquisitely presented gourmet cuisine.
Le Grand Lodge Mont-Tremblant is the only property in the Mont Tremblant area that offers drive in/drive out access to Golf Le Diable, the 18 hole championship course that adjoins it.
Le Grand Lodge Mont-Tremblant offers spectacular views of Lake Ouimet and Mont Tremblant.
Located near Gatineau in Quebec's Outaouais Region and about an hour from Ottawa and Montreal, Fairmont Le Chateau Montebello is the world's largest log cabin. Built in 1930 from 10,000 hand-cut red cedar logs, the 3 main buildings were the Seigniory Club, a private men's club until they became a hotel in 1970.
Corporate guests can explore a natural setting with the assurance that they are in a safe and secure environment. (Le Chateau Montebello, a 211-room luxury hotel on the North Shore of the Ottawa River, was the site of the North American Leaders Summit that brought President Bush, Mexico's President Calderon and Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper in 2007.)
When they are not meeting in one or more of the 20 fully equipped function rooms, participants can enjoy a range of activities including horse riding, the Land Rover Off-Road Driving Experience, and golf in the summer and dog sledding and snowmobiling in the winter.
To experience a real Canadian wilderness expedition, guests can spend time at the Fairmont Kenauk at Le Chateau Montebello Resort, the 65,000-acre protected domain granted by the King of France in 1674.