Des Seigneurs Saint Hyacinthe
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Room service
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Des Seigneurs Saint Hyacinthe
Travel Blogs from Saint Hyacinthe
... these doors your sins are forgiven. When the doors are closed they are bricked up until the next 25 years. We were able to walk through those doors and saw many devoted people worshiping at the altar. I am thankful that it is just need to pray to Jesus.
> After our tour we went back to the hotel and checked out. One of the services they provided was taking our luggage to the Norwegian Dawn. This made our boarding very convenient we got into our ...
... First I went to Atwater market and bought a ton of fresh produce and nuts, and went to a little bulk shop and bought all of my spices, flour, sugar, baking power and baking soda for about $12... Which was awesome! I walked back home with all of my groceries (which were really heavy!) and then went back for round two at the Super C (a grocery store right beside Atwater) to get some more groceries that would have been really expensive at the market (meat, ...
... the hotel room and do anything fun for the few hours we had left. I wasn't really sure how I would get the children and the bags to the train. It was a very short 10 minute walk all downhill but the bags weighed a ton (30kg altogether to be precise) and the hill to the station was quite steep. At 10:30 I just wanted the trip to the station to be behind us, so we checked out of the hotel. The concierge took our bags down the huge flight of steps onto the sidewalk ...
We finally hit the road again in the direction of Quebec, the french speaking province. Nath tried to do some whitewater paddling on the Ottowa River but it didn't work out, unfortunately Canada is in the 'off season' again now so companies weren't open on the days we were there. Bloody Canadians go into hibernation in the off season and nothing ever seems to be open. So we kept on driving and stayed at a town called Renfrew at a sport and rec park. We were ...
... a wrong turn and ended up driving into downtown Montreal. Parked at the port, vieux-Port, and then walked along the waterfront and then up along the cobbled streets, vieux-Montreal, Quartier International, and Cite Multimedia checking out the sites. Beautiful architecture. We saw the Basilica Notre-Dame de Montreal all lit up -spectacular. The cobbled area with street performers reminded us of Covent Gardens.
We decided to have a late meal at the ...