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Mont Ste Anne / Le Massif Lodging Specifics

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Considering spending 3 days & nights at MSA / Le Massif in February with my teen-ager. Looking for specific recommendations for mid-range lodging. I DID do a Google search of epicski for this topic. I found a few threads, among which the most helpful was this one from three years ago. However, for the most part, the posts are very short on specifics. ("There are lots of hotels around Mont Ste. Anne.")

 

Anyone have concrete suggestions based on recent first-hand experience? We will have a car, and are willing to drive to the mountain(s), but not a long way. (Deliberate1, I saw your recommendation for Les Chalets du Versant, which looks great, but is a pretty long drive on the other side of MSA from Quebec City.) Not planning to leverage the Quebec City scene, except possibly en passant. Not fluent in French. Not planning to do most of our cooking in, but a fridge, sink, etc. for in-house affordable lunch and/or breakfast prep  would be a nice plus. Condo would be okay but, because it's just two of us, expect that a B&B or such might be the same price or cheaper and also possibly include breakfast. For me, "mid-range" in terms of price means around $100 a night, give or take $25.

 

Thanks in advance.

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Bump. Anyone?

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Just the one I mentioned in that thread LaCamarine (fairly basic motel, but with gourmet adjacent restaurant), one mile from MSA, 30 mins from Le Massif, based on a visit five years ago.  Here's a couple old trip reports on the two mtns which we really enjoyed:

 

http://www.dcski.com/articles/view_article.php?article_id=1145

 

http://www.dcski.com/articles/view_article.php?article_id=1123&mode=headlines

 

PS: no Montana for me, but maybe the N. VT gathering in early Mar.

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Stayed at a motelish sort of place though our room had a kitchen and table, as well as a living room area with pull out couch and a bedroom.  Do not remember the price but it was one of the more inexpensive options in the area.  It was called, I believe, Motel et Condo Chez Charlie.  5 minutes from Ste Anne right on the main drag there.  Directly across the street from TIm Horton's so great for grabbing breakfast and heading out.

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