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Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu
181 rue Richelieu
Charlevoix, Quebec G5A 1X7

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Monday
High level clouds. Chilly.
21/7 °F
-6/-14°C
Tuesday
Afternoon clouds. Cool.
28/9 °F
-2/-12°C
Wednesday
Snow late. Mostly cloudy. Cool.
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About La Malbaie, QC

Visitors always treasure the time they spend in and around Québec's spectacular Charlevoix Region. La Malbaie, a riverside community first settled in the 17th century, owes its name to Samuel de Champlain, who spent the night here only to find that the bay went completely dry at low tide "Ah! La malle baye!" he bemoaned. The area has long been considered a haven for tourists, who adore its inviting inns and hotels and lovely topography. The quaint villages to the north Saint-Siméon, Pointe-au-Persil and Cap-à-la-Aigle must not be missed. Plan a day to head south on scenic Route 362 and explore Les Éboulements, St-Joseph-de-la-Rive and the island community of L'Île-aux-Coudres. Of course, a whale-watching tour is a must, with tours leaving from Baie-Sainte-Catherine or Tadoussac, both of which lie at the entrance of the dramatic Saguenay Fjord. Sightseeing isn't all, though, as nearby Baie-Saint-Paul is a shopper and art-collector's haven. Most will agree that Charlevoix cuisine is nothing short of superb, featuring fresh seafood, wild game and local produce.
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Le Manoir Richelieu, long considered one of Canada's grandest hotels, has been a tourist haven since the late 19th century, attracting the movers and shakers of Montreal, Toronto and even New York high society. Little wonder; the "Castle on the Cliff" boasts a spectacular location on the banks of the Saint Lawrence, posh accommodations, top-notch recreational facilities, and some of the top restaurants in the region.

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