As a leading business destination, the Laurentians have all services needed to host corporate groups. Here, we shed some light on alternative locations that promise a one-of-a-kind experience. Turn up the style factor for your next business meeting in an event space that’s anything but average!Continue Reading
Fall is upon us, and the Laurentians are once again ablaze with colour! As if the already gorgeous scenery wasn’t enough, an array of colours, smells and flavours charm the senses and herald the arrival of a new season. Discover the region’s natural expanses as the warm hues of fall settle in. Plan a getaway in the cooler weather and marvel at the landscapes that change at every turn. Why not extend your getaway and stay in one of the region’s cabins, inns, hotels, resorts, or outfitters? Be sure to check out the following activities this fall:Continue Reading
By Stéphane Parent, Le Concierge Marketing
When we work in the event sector, we often concentrate on logistics. We try to develop events that look good, that are really “hot,” that will create a sense of “wow.” All too often, strategy is put in the background or forgotten altogether. I am often told: If the event I put on has a super look, people will come and my tickets will sell all by themselves…
Come enjoy a vacation or getaway in a fabulous setting, surrounded by nature! The Laurentian region is renowned for its gorgeous Nordic spas, expansive parks, and top-quality establishments, not to mention its residents’ zest for life. The spectacular fall colours cover the region as far as the eye can see, and the distinct character of the landscape will take your breath away! When winter comes to the mountains, snow-covered forests, hiking trails, and ski slopes, it’s time for some snow sports! Here’s what’s new in the Laurentians for the 2017-2018 fall/winter season:
Interviews and writing by Lyne Branchaud
In the events sector, some projects require organizers to get out of their comfort zone and push themselves—and their partners—to the limit! These companies in the Laurentians rose up and met the challenge with gusto.
Here are two accounts of such challenges from Olivier St-Arnaud, Executive Chef at the Casino de Mont-Tremblant, and Carole Tétrault, Director of Sales at the Manoir Saint-Saveur.
For a vacation or just a short getaway, nothing compares to the Laurentians’ B&Bs and small inns, where you are guaranteed to receive a personalized service and a warm welcome. The owners are always happy to welcome guests under their roof and share their passion for the Laurentians. Ask them to let you in on the region’s best kept secrets: boutiques, art galleries, museums, events, out-of-the-ordinary activities, etc.
Let yourself be pampered, enjoy delicious home-cooked meals and unwind completely. Authenticity and coziness await you in these havens of peace, wherever they are located: in the heart of a charming village or perched on the mountain side. Each one offers a unique experience, with many activities to choose from. The Laurentians is renowned for its vast selection of outdoor activities: downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, skating, snowmobiling and tube sliding. Your hosts will be pleased to advise you; they can even help you find amazing discoveries. Restaurants, boutiques, art galleries, concert halls and Nordic spas also abound in the Laurentians, perfect for the cultural getaway or cocooning vacation of your dreams.
The region’s B&Bs and small inns offer a privileged access to scenic landscapes and a wide range of entertaining events and activities. You are also sure to find comfort, customized service and convenient amenities; and let’s not forget the local flavors and gastronomy for which the region is known.
Enjoy your stay!
No matter what the season, festivals and other exciting events are always taking place somewhere in the Laurentians.
Informations – reservations
Tourist Information Bureau
La Porte-du-Nord (Rest Area)
Exit 51 from Autoroute des Laurentides
1 800 561-NORD (6673)