I read and responded to your other thread about Montreal ski areas.
Le Massif is by far the best hill in QUebec. I actually prefer it to all the hills in New England as well, but I am biased that way. There is excellent tree skiing, long cruisers, good bump skiing, incredible views, some interesting backcountry skiing, and the hill is in a strange micro climate where they get a ton of snow. It truly is still a skier's mountain and has not gotten too touristy yet. (Although they are going to start to upgrade local facilities to try and improve the hill as a destination resort.)
When you arrive at the hill, the parking lot and main lodge are at the top of the mountain. The base of the mountain is actually right down on the St Lawrence river, so the views are fabulous. Also, the way they have cut the trails, cutting back and forth across the mountain, the hill seems to ski way bigger than the 2500' vertical listed.
The only downside is lack of local lodging. You will have to drive 20 minutes each day to ski (at least). Check where your hotel is before committing to booking it. Quebec city is 45min-1 hour away. There are some B&Bs at the bottom of the hill, in Petit RIviere ST Francois, which is about 5 minutes to the hill, but I have no experience with them, so cannot comment. I am not sure if there is actually a town, or just a bunch of old homes converted to B&Bs for skiing.
Are you going during the week? If so, they have some incredible deals right now for Sun-thurs. SKi and stay for 2 days and the 3rd is free. Lots of options in the $65-$70 range (assuming double occupancy). You can stay at the Hotel Baie St Paul, includes 3 nights, 3 breakfasts, and 3 lift tickets for $192 before tax. Works out to $64/day. I have stayed there and it is basically a room and a bed beside a highway. The breakfast is okay, and there are enough restaurants around that you have many options for dinner. If you just want to go skiing and sleep, this fits the bill. Basically, it work s out to paying for your lift ticket and getting a hotel and breakfast for free.
Alternately, there are also hotels in the Mont Ste Anne base area participating, but a little more expensive. The Hotel CHateau Mont Ste Anne is very nice, full service hotel. It is $267 for the 3 day/3 night package. No breakfast, but I believe the rooms have a kitchenette. There is more to do in the evenings there, so if you want some nightlife in your trip, this may be a better option.
The full list of hotels in this promo can be found on the massif website at:
Great hill, do not let the lack of onsite lodging dissuade you from going. That is one of the reasons it still is a great hill. I used to go there when we had to take school buses back to the top of the hill. They didn't even install lifts until the early 90s. You will not regret planning a trip to Massif.