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We had the deluxe room with a queen size bed. Clean and silent. The room was a bit cold (we had a balcony), so we had to put the temperature at 24 to be comfortable. Fireplace was great and easy to use. The spa installations...More
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Response from HotelsVillegia, Responsable relations publiques at Manoir Des SablesResponded 22 March 2018
Glad you had a good time. Come back to see us!
Its rare that I write a review. The last review I wrote was 5 stars for a great stay in Whistler and felt the need to give the hotel a big thumbs up. For Manoir Des Sable, it was the opposite!!!
Hotel has lots of...More
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Response from HotelsVillegia, Responsable relations publiques at Manoir Des SablesResponded 26 February 2018
First, please note that we care a great deal about our guests. Without you, the hotel would not exist. That's why we are constantly working on improving the Villegia experience. As you've mentioned, many installations have been renovated (Lobby, dining room, bistro, etc.) and...More
The room is average, nothing spectacular considering the price.
Temperature was very cold, we froze first night. Requested extra blankets, finally found some rough cheap feeling blanket. They had to fix the heater for second night.
Hockey teams took over the halls at night with...More
We visited this area to celebrate my wife's birthday. We usually stay in Montreal or the Laurentian mountains, and rarely come near this area in the Eastern Townships.
Manoir des Sables is a nice resort hotel with summer and winter activities, and nice amenities (gym,...More
I was there for a training. Simple room with a spectacular view on the Orford Mountain fully colored with autumn's red, yellow and salmon!
Breakfast and lunch : buffet. Variety and freshness.
At night, we had a 3 choices menu. The Mushrooms Risotto was really...More