Delta Hotels by Marriott, Mont Sainte-Anne, Resort and Convention Center, located at the foot of Québec City’s iconic Mont-Saint-Anne ski resort and 30 minutes from the Québec City Convention Centre, is set to unveil the outcome of its major renovation project.
“When we acquired the resort several years ago, we wanted to revamp it to cater to modern-day guests,” said Sébastien Roy, general manager at Delta Hotels by Marriott, Mont Sainte-Anne, Resort and Convention Center.
The resort’s management team built a plan to become part of a world-renowned hotel banner. Marriott saw the potential for Château Mont-Saint-Anne. “Our vision for the project was similar and we decided to become a four-star Delta by Marriott hotel—all while keeping ownership of the resort,” Roy said.
Marriott is revitalizing all Delta hotels across Canada in an effort to expand the brand.
The Delta Hotels by Marriott, Mont Sainte-Anne, Resort and Convention Center team worked with local architects to redesign the over 200 rooms, conference space, restaurant, lobby, bar and all other public spaces. “We wanted to give the resort a more sleek, Nordic look,” said Roy. “We wanted to pay tribute to the ski hills that grace our resort’s views and carve our guest experience.”
For meeting planners, Delta Hotels by Marriott, Mont Sainte-Anne, Resort and Convention Center features 21 meeting rooms spread over 42,229 square feet and can be configured in many ways to accommodate small or large events.
An aquatics complex is also currently being built with a brand-new indoor pool, whirlpools, gym, outdoor Nordic spa, saunas, and spa treatment rooms. The aquatics complex will be reserved for guests and will connect to the hotel and convention centre via an indoor passageway. While the aquatics complex will open by the end of 2022, the outdoor pool will open June 2021.
Delta Hotels by Marriott, Mont Sainte-Anne, Resort and Convention Center also uses sophisticated disinfection systems for each room. “Our health and safety measures are very high, and these new systems raise the bar even higher.”