Five hotels in Quebec that accept animals

To address the stress and isolation of the pandemic, several Quebec families have decided to adopt an animal. More than half of Quebec households (52%) have a dog or cat, representing an increase of approximately 200,000 animals since the onset of the pandemic. Since travel is again allowed, hotels need to be flexible in terms of attracting traveling pet owners.

• Also read: To own an animal, a burden?

A newcomer to the family, Poppy Parnell the corgi, just 4 months old, happily stayed in five hotels across Quebec.


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Photo courtesy of Sarah-Émilie Nault

Fairmont Queen Elizabeth

Downtown Montreal

Services offered to animals: a small bed and blanket for the dog or cat in the room as well as bowls for food and water.

Interesting little extras: The establishment offers an external pet care in the room or outside (you can also have your pet walk) for $ 30 per hour, minimum three hours. An initiative by animal keeper Frederique Grenier, who continues her home care service in the Montreal area in French, English and Spanish. (frederique.petsitter@hotmail.com)

Parks and activities nearby: Square Phillips is nearby for a pitou stroll.

Fees for animals: $ 25 for a dog or cat up to 20 lbs.

Manor of the Sands

Magog, Orford

Interesting little extras: the “pet friendly” rooms are located on the ground floor of the Manoir and have a terrace and direct access to the large plot around the complex. There is also a lake nearby.

Parks and activities nearby: several outdoor activities, including beautiful hikes on Mount Orford and walks along the pedestrian path along Memphremagog Lake.

Fees for animals: $ 30 + tax for stay, maximum two pets per stay. room.


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Photo courtesy of Sarah-Émilie Nault

Delta Three rivers

Trois-Rivières center

A little more interesting: The establishment is connected to the Palais des Congrès in Trois-Rivières.

Parks and activities nearby: beautiful walk along St. The Lawrence River and in the lively little streets of Vieux-Trois-Rivières, a stone’s throw from the hotel.

Fees for animals: $ 35 per stay, 2 animals of 23 kilos or less accepted.

Auberge des Gallants

Rigaud

Services offered to animals: supply of a wellness set for pitou including a blanket, two bowls and a portable telescopic bowl for hiking. Welcome by the friendly Rosco, the local dog “butler”, who lives on site. Treats are also offered at reception.

Interesting little extras: the dog-friendly rooms are located on the ground floor. They have a large terrace, look directly onto the grass and each have their own outdoor fireplace and Adirondack chairs to spend a cozy evening with pitou by the fire.

Parks and activities nearby: the inn’s fantastic grounds have tall trees, a lake and a wooded area with small paths. Other hiking trails are in the woods just opposite. Spa and delicious Sunday brunches for masters.

Fees for animals: $ 50 per night for a dog or cat.

Colonial Motel

Rimouski

A little more interesting: 25 minutes by car, in Sainte-Flavie, the microbrewery Le Ketch welcomes dogs on their terrace planted directly on the beach. Perfect for eating locally, watching the sunset and walking on the beach with your four-legged best friend.

Parks and activities nearby: fantastic walks in the Bic National Park, stroll along the coastal path and along the sea and the breakwater promenade.

No fee for animals

Other Quebec hotels that welcome dogs

  • Chateau Frontenac, Quebec
  • Hotel Quebec Downtown
  • Best Western Plus in Quebec. Good to know: you can also take Fido to the friendly La Barberie microbrewery nearby.
  • Hotel Montebello
  • Hilton Quebec
  • Mount Stephen
  • Ritz-Carlton Montreal

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