Hotel Musee Premieres Nations

Address: 5, Place de la Rencontre, Wendake, Quebec, G0A 4V0, Canada | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 5, Place de la Rencontre, Wendake, is near Morrin College, Le Massif, Colisee Pepsi, and Anticosti Island.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Musee Premieres Nations Wendake

    Reviewed by benetcaro

    Très beau et confortable!

    Reviewed Jul 14, 2012
    by (4 reviews) Montreal , Canada Flag of Canada

    Nous avons trouvé l'hôtel très bien. Très confortable. Les chambres de base sont grande et très bien décorées. L'hôtel est calme (même s'il y a des mariages qui y sont célébrés). Un coup de coeur pour le restaurant La Traite qui sert une très bonne cuisine d'inspiration amérindienne. Ils vont même jusqu'à s'inspiré des peuples aborigènes d'ailleurs puisque j'y ai goûté du kangourou, très bon d'ailleurs. L'hôtel n'est pas situé en forêt mais plutôt directement dans le village huron de Wendake. Il y a un cadre environnant très beau même si l'hôtel est près du village puisqu'il est situé juste à côté de la rivière et qu'il y a des sentiers pédestres.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Musee Premieres Nations Wendake

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