This Impressive Resort Near Montreal Looks And Feels Like You’re In Florida

'Real' summer vibes all day every day!
This Impressive Resort Near Montreal Looks And Feels Like You’re In Florida

Okay, so summer in Montreal this year has been pretty darn right CRAPPY thanks to this shit weather. However, I have a simple solution to help you get away from it all without driving more than 1 hour away. Not only will you feel like you are in Fort Lauderdale, but you will feel like you are on an all inclusive resort. 🌴🌞

Estérel Resort is located in the heart of the Laurentian and boarders 3 lakes. With a Nordic outdoor spa💆 and gorgeous views, this Quebec resort is 514% the place you want to be this summer and upcoming winter. PLUS, they have three different gourmet restaurants located within the resort (one with a 260° view) so you basically never have to step foot outside! Oh and don't forget about their wine cellar...🍷😍


General Information:

Distance: 1 h from Montreal

Rates: 1 night & 1 room for two = $250/night

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