Originally the famous Ruby Foo’s Restaurant, the property was expanded into a hotel in 1963. The lobby is decorated in black and gold and accented with large vases, exotic floral arrangements, and Asian artwork.
The exterior parking lot has been recently renovated.
Awarded a four star rating by Tourisme Québec, spacious bedrooms are equipped with working desk and data-port, access to High Speed Internet as well as personalized in-room voice-mail. The elegant décor ensures a sense of overall warmth and hospitality.
Four interconnected hotel restaurants are decorated in earth tones accented by maple wood. Guests can order from any menu from within the main seating area. Chez Vito specializes in Italian dinners including antipasto and seafood. Seasonal specialties include Duck Steaklet with Raspberry Sauce and Veal Piccolo Mondo. La Tulipe Noir - Continental cuisine including sandwiches, soups, salads, and French pastries. The restaurant specializes in a Sunday brunch featuring Mediterranean cuisine, an omelet station, and fresh fruit plates. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Nagano Sushi - A traditional sushi bar serves maki and ura-maki, nigiri-sushi, sashimi, tempura, teriyaki, and yakitori in addition to specialty handrolls. Open for lunch and dinner daily. Le Pavillon de l’Atlantique - The restaurant serves 15 kinds of fresh fish and seafood. Specialties range from grilled scallops to one and a half pound grilled lobster and vary depending on market