Fairmont Le Château Montebello
Spring is in bloom and fabulous moments await at this superb resort in the Outaouais region. Located halfway between Ottawa and Montreal, the Fairmont Le Château Montebello
, known as the largest log hotel in the world, provides all the fun of a resort as well as comfort, elegance and a friendly welcome. This upscale retreat also boasts a culinary festival, special deals and plenty of activities.
A package deal you can sink your teeth into!
Coming off of last year’s success, the Montebello Culinary Festival is back this year for an even more exquisite event. On April 8, gastronomy steals the spotlight for a feast presided by Tim Wasylko, executive chef at Fairmont Le Château Montebello. The program includes culinary demonstrations, tastings, a cocktail hour, gala dinner and overnight accommodations. A flavourful event you won’t want to miss! Additionally, 2017 marks the NHL's 100 years, which will be celebrated at this event by welcoming the executive chefs from the Bell Centre (Montréal Canadiens), TD Garden (Boston Bruins) and Scotiabank Saddledome (Calgary Flames).
Fairmont Le Château Montebello has many packages to choose from
Because mom deserves the best!
Mom will love being treated like a queen, but what she’ll love most is spending quality time with her family. Offered May 13, the Mother’s Day package is a family getaway with accommodations, a Sunday brunch, a welcome amenity and a program of special family activities. Mom even gets a $25 spa gift certificate to use for a 60-minute-minimum massage or facial.
Happy birthday, Canada!
This year Canada celebrates the 150th anniversary of Confederation and Fairmont Le Château Montebello will be joining in with its Canada 150 deal available until June 28. An iconic symbol of the Canadian essence thanks to its architecture and log construction, the Château represents the perfect combination of modern comfort and yesteryear charm. In addition to one-night accommodations, this package includes a $20 food and beverage credit per day that can be upped an extra $20 if you book a Deluxe or higher-category room.
Make the most of your vacation by visiting the Manoir Papineau National Historic Site, located just steps from the hotel. As is the case for other national parks this year only, admission is free courtesy of Parks Canada.