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Manoir Saint-Sauveur
Manoir Saint-Sauveur
6.8 Good

2.1 km from city centre, Saint-Sauveur Show on map

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6.8

Manoir Saint-Sauveur offers a comfortable setting while in Saint-Sauveur. It also features an outdoor pool, a sauna and outdoor tennis courts.

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Cheapest month:September
Most expensive month:February
Average price in Saint-Sauveur:₱7,672/night
Absolute cheapest price found:₱2,347/night
Cheapest day:Monday
Most expensive day:Saturday
₱4,752 - ₱19,479
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₱4,378 - ₱5,758
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Manoir Saint-Sauveur
Manoir Saint-Sauveur
6.8 Good

2.1 km from city centre, Saint-Sauveur Show on map

Manoir Saint-Sauveur offers a comfortable setting while in Saint-Sauveur. It also features an outdoor pool, a sauna and outdoor tennis courts.

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Manoir Saint-Sauveur
Manoir Saint-Sauveur
6.8 Good

2.1 km from city centre, Saint-Sauveur Show on map

Manoir Saint-Sauveur offers a comfortable setting while in Saint-Sauveur. It also features an outdoor pool, a sauna and outdoor tennis courts.

₱12,801
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About Saint-Sauveur

Saint-Sauveur is a picturesque town set in the heart of the Laurentians, a Quebec mountain range known for world-class skiing, cobalt-blue lakes and winding riverways. The town features an attractive main street dotted with independent galleries and hosts one of Canada's top arts festivals in summer.

Things to do

Rue Principale is the town's bustling main thoroughfare, anchored by a beautiful stone church topped by a white steeple. The street is lined with upscale boutiques and art galleries showcasing works from local Quebec artists. You'll also find plenty of cafes, restaurants and artisan delis selling gourmet cheese and wine.

In winter, skiers flock to St-Sauveur Valley Resort, an enormous complex featuring five peaks and over 100 groomed runs. Mont St-Sauveur offers fantastic night skiing, while Viking is famous for its 1.5-kilometre-long scenic toboggan ride. Cross-country skiers will love exploring the 150-kilometre network of trails at Morin Heights.

The Laurentian Ski Museum showcases the region's alpine past through vintage skis, iconic photographs and exhibits on the complex relationship French-Canadians have with winter. The Hall of Fame celebrates famous ski athletes, prominent journalists and key organisations.

The 1,500-square-kilometre Parc National du Mont Tremblant is laced with hiking and mountain-biking trails. It’s also home to beautiful paddling routes like the Méandres de la Diable, a scenic stretch of river past lush evergreen forests and rugged mountains.

Getting around

Saint-Sauveur's town centre is easy to explore on foot. A rental car is best for exploring the Saint-Sauveur Valley and the Laurentians. The town is a 60-kilometre drive from Montréal.

Saint-Sauveur travel FAQs

  • What are the best hotels in Saint-Sauveur?

    Relais St-Denis is a very popular hotel in Saint-Sauveur with a score of 8.3 from 931 reviews. Hôtel St-Sauveur (8.5 from 403 reviews) and Complexe Le 60 (7.7 from 177 reviews) are also highly rated Saint-Sauveur hotels based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.

  • What is a good hotel near Mont Saint-Sauveur?

    Relais St-Denis is a good hotel close to Mont Saint-Sauveur - it has scored 8.3 over 931 reviews from HotelsCombined users.