Every room in this relaxing, earthy resort features a private balcony that overlooks the Akiawenrahk River. The hotel is situated on a forested section of the First Nations reservation called Wendake, just 15 minutes from Québec City by car. Once here, you’ll find everything you need to decompress. The “multisensory” Nation-Santé Spa has a waterfall, heated walkways, a fire pit, and a time-out yurt for quiet relaxation (C$32 per person; non-guests can come for the day). The high-end La Traite restaurant specializes in First Nations–inspired cuisine such as red deer, dried seal, or smoked mackerel. A three-course table d’hôte is priced at C$42 per person; more elaborate and costlier tasting menus are also available. Paintings and sculpture by First Nations artists are featured throughout the hotel and an on-site museum celebrates Huron-Wendat culture. An afternoon could be spent poking around the handful of shops and galleries in Wendake, hiking the adjacent trails, or admiring the nearby Kabir Kouba waterfall.
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Hôtel-Musée Premières Nations
5 Place de la Rencontre, Wendake, Québec From Rte. 175 north, take exit 154 for rue de la Faune, enter Wendake reservation and follow signs.
Our Rating Neighborhood Outside the City Phone 866/551-9222 or 418/847-2222 Prices C$149–C$209 double. Packages available. Free parking. Amenities Restaurant; bar; bike rental; room service; spa (C$32 per person per day); free Wi-Fi Units 55 units Web site Hôtel-Musée Premières NationsBook a Room Now
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