I agree with some of the other reviewers that this is an older hotel with small rooms that require some renovations. The first time I saw this hotel was in a documentary about Canada but knowing that this is a historic landmark hotel, I adjusted my expectations accordingly. A lot of the furniture in the lobby is old and worn and the whole place has a cottage vibe. However, that's what contributes to the charm of this hotel. The hotel overlooks the beautiful Tadoussac bay and we had a river facing room. The breakfast buffet offered a very extensive selection from eggs and crepes to cold cuts, croissants, fresh fruit and joghurt. I found all the staff from front desk to dining room to be very friendly and attentive. We didn't have dinner at the hotel but instead walked across the street where you will find a selection of local restaurants.
I think this is a great place to use as a base when going whale watching in Tadoussac.More