Where to stay

Where to stay?

There is a broad selection of accommodations for your stay in the Laurentians. Bed-and-breakfasts, inns, hotels, and motels are ready for you. Cottages, condos, outfitters, and campgrounds also offer accommodation options and magical places to sleep. Are you interested in choosing something more unusual? There are so many out-of-the-ordinary ways to spend the night, such as a tree house, a shepherd’s hut, or a transparent sphere!

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Lac Saguay

The Lièvre Rouge offers nature lovers the chance to experience a total disconnect from everyday life by staying in the comfort of a micro-chalet operating independently, a yurt nestled in the fores

The Laurentian Outfitters offer an immense untouched territory where to enjoy a wide range of outdoor activities.


Located in the shores of Lake Dudley, in the Laurentians, le Centre de plein air du lac Dudley offers an enchanting environment.


Welcome to Hôtel Quality inn Mont-Laurier. We are located in the heart of the Upper Laurentians.


A cottage... a lake... Do you dream of finding yourself alone on a lake, far from the daily grind, where you can have some genuine relaxation...


Located next to Ville de Mont-Tremblant, 10 minutes from Tremblant Resort, 3 minutes from Mont-Blanc and 15 minutes from Mont-Tremblant National Park, this motel offers 26 charming bedrooms, s


Now open to welcome you since June 20, 2024


Chalets Rapide des Cèdres takes pleasure in welcoming you year-round to the Yourte aux Huards and Yourte à Caleb on the banks of the Poisson Blanc Reservoir, where you can fish, canoe and swim.


Escapade Kiamika is the ideal outfitter for hunting, fishsing, and enjoying the outdoor. Easily accessible, it offers a peaceful environnement in the countryside.


Located in the magnificent region of Sainte-Adèle in the Laurentians, the Auberge de la Gare is a heritage property built in 1891 beside the railway tracks of the P'tit Train du Nord.  In the