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The Hotel-Spa Mont-Gabriel is celebrating 80 years!

The Hotel-Spa Mont-Gabriel is celebrating 80 years!

February 15, 2018

To pay tribute to its history, the Hotel-Spa Mont-Gabriel renovated its original section of its establishment! The "Signature" section highlights on its history and warm cachet, which represents the perfect definition of modern rustic! All the rustic log rooms are equipped with a gas fireplace, a queen or king-sized bed as well as all the equipment necessary to simplify guests' stays in these warm spaces.

Located at the summit of the Laurentians, 45 minutes north of Montreal, the Hotel & Spa Mont-Gabriel is a 4-star resort offering 135 lodging units and a range of unique activities. For more information, click here.

Tourisme Laurentide's blog will help you discover all the new things to do in the region!

Source: Tourisme Laurentides

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