Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu

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2022 Historic Hotels Worldwide Awards of Excellence Nominee Finalist
2021 Historic Hotels Worldwide Awards of Excellence Nominee Finalist

Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu overlooks the picturesque St. Lawrence River on top of Pointe-au-Pic, an area known for its hospitality and inspiring landscapes. It was built to accommodate growing tourism in the area due to the great salmon fishing that was discovered in the mid-1700s. Though the original site was felled by a fire in 1928, it was rebuilt by June 1929; that building still stands today. The world-renowned golf course, inaugurated by U.S. President William H. Taft, has awed many players throughout the years with its challenging layout, majestic views, and the addition of nine holes for a more complex game. In 2017, the hotel’s extensive conference facilities played host to world leaders at the G7 Summit. The hills of Charlevoix have long inspired artists of various crafts for centuries, and the local attractions reflect that inspired spirit. Whale watching is one of the most popular local activities, as is the superb salmon fishing on La Malbaie River. Take a tour of the countryside on La Train de Charlevoix by land or fly high in the sky with Héli-Charlevoix. Embark on the Charlevoix Flavour Trail for regional breads, meats, cheeses, ciders, beers, and chocolates, all homemade with Canadian hospitality. Visit any of the nearby craft shops and art galleries for one-of-a-kind purchases and enlighten the mind at the popular art and music venue Domaine Forget.

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Image of Aerial Exterior View of Hotel Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu, 1899, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, in Charlevoix, Quebec, Overview

Welcome to Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu

Standing majestically between the sea and the mountains, Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu welcomes guests with a rich tradition of hospitality that combines the peaceful charm of nature and the elegance of a historic resort.


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Take a day to explore the St. Lawrence Route down into Québec City.


Discover world-renowned golf courses designed by Herbert Strong at the Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu.


Explore the Parc National des Grand-Jardins, which is part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Experience hours of entertainment at the Casino de Charlevoix.


Taste the rich regional cuisine of Québec along The Charlevoix Flavor Trial.

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