(Thetford Mines) The Resort 4 star resort La Cache du Domaine de Thetford Mines was inaugurated with great fanfare yesterday in Thetford Mines, allowing the city to take a step closer to achieving its goal of becoming a tourist destination area and business.
Thetford Mines inaugurated a complex $ 20 million
Cache Domaine required investments of $ 20 million and has created 50 jobs, both full time and part time. It is the second hotel establishment of the new network after the C Hotels Cache à Maxime Scott.
The hotel has 56 large luxurious rooms, a steakhouse, a bar, three reception rooms and meeting rooms equipped with the latest technology, an exercise room with modern equipment, an outdoor pool and a yacht basin 44,000 feet one square in all of Eastern Canada. Will soon be added an outdoor spa and convention center.
The Cache area is located just steps from downtown in the heart of Domaine Nature Option. If the view of the basin is impressive from the resort, the reverse is also true with stunning views of the property.
“This is an exceptional resort. We question whether it should be in kind or in town. We said why not both? “, To launch the President of the Cache Area, Guy Roy.
“Our project fills the lack of adequate infrastructure for holding business meetings, conferences and other events of all kinds in the Thetford Mines region. The location of choice, diversity of our service offering and quality of our facilities allow us to attract business people and visitors from all and any interest, “added Mr. Roy.
The latter made it clear that to proceed with the opening to July 1 was an ambitious target so that the day before over 125 people were on site to unwind peat, asphalt parking lots, trace the lines, complete rooms and receive the dishes!
A dream 12 years old
Josselin Routhier Sébastien Blais and saw an old dream of 12 years take shape with the water basin. When the boats pass in front of the hotel establishment, the cliff is 42 feet high and the water depth of 14 feet. Clear water a greenish color from underground sources.
“I think even in their dreams, it was not as nice,” joked Guy Roy.
MM. Routhier Blais and wore a broad smile, the first admitting that the pressure had fallen only when he had donned his jacket for the press conference and the second being too excited to say more than he was extremely proud.
Affirming that the Cache area would certainly play the leading role in the region, Luc Rémillard, Director General of the Economic Development Corporation, wanted to salute the perseverance and entrepreneurial spirit of these citing as beautiful models inspiration for young entrepreneurs.