Pets not allowed.
Values realeated to administratives fees are already included at the moment of purchase at the HURB website.Local fees, services fees and resort fees may not be included and should be paid directly to the hotel.
Based on 67 reviews
Ideal for bus groups
I am a bus tour operator and have been bringing groups to this hotel for the past few years. This is absolutely the best location on the archipelago for a bus group. First, there are very few places who can accommodate a bus group. Second, this hotel is the only air-conditioned hotel capable of accommodating a group of 50 or more. Third, it is located downtown so that my group can visit the local establishments whenever they have leisure time. So we get all of these benefits plus the incredible service and smiles we always receive from their hospitality team from check-in, housekeeping, breakfast. Chris' Tours, Moncton, NB
Very friendly staff, clean and comfortable !
Got stranded here on a recent Air Canada flight, when the Gaspé airport was closed, and arrived just before midnight. A very friendly welcome, combined with a fast efficient check in got me to my bed to end a patience taxing day. The room was comfortable and quiet. The staff opened the breakfast buffet a 4.30 am to accommodate me and other travelers requiring and early departure to the airport. Thank you for a most enjoyable stay.
A perfect place to stay
From the moment we arrived, we were treated like house guests with a warm smile and offer to help us in any way they could. Our room was lovely and very comfortable. We overlooked the back of the property so it was very quiet as well. Each and every staffer we met was helpful, warm and did everything they could to make sure it was not only a memorable stay but that we would come back. They gave us great recommendations of what to do and where to go. Breakfast was ample and a good way to start the day. We will definitely be back!
Good basic hotel for visiting the area
Lodging options for visiting Iles-de-la-Madeleine includes a handful of hotels, a few B&B and mostly "rentals". For those insisting on a traditional hotel, either for business or by choice, the Auberge Madeli provides very good value What I liked: Very good location toward the "end" of town - next to the main road so convenient access to nearby shops and some walking trails along the shoreline. Rooms were most likely renovated recently with a modern and contemporary look. As with everyone on the island, staff is very friendly. Wifi is stable, reliable and relatively quick. Onsite amenities are minimal but access to a nearby gym is provided. Room size is adequate - but not "large" by any standard. Same about the bathroom. Hotel appears to be well maintained with pretty much everything in working order. Bed in itself was comfortable and room was clean. The hotel is attached to a bar and family restaurant, as well as a bowling alley What to watch for/couldbe improved: Pillows are very large, and not very comfortable for those that prefer flat pillows. Bathroom amenities are a bare minimum with two soap bar and a small bottle of shampoo. Shower had good pressure - but was leaking when operating (pressure was likely way too strong). Temperature control in the room was ok - but difficult to get the exact desired temperature. Also, the heating unit would always make an annoyin clicking sound when turning on/off. Continental breakfast is offered but is extremely basic: Bread, bagel, cereals, hard boiled eggs, yogourt, fruit salad. All in, this is a good place for the "budget" traveller to this area. A sister property "Chateau Madelinot" is offering nicer and direct views of the shoreline and a nicer onsite restaurant - but would most likely fetch top $$$ when opened. Auberge Madeli appears to operate year-round. I would not hesitate to go back if on business and potentially for leisure
Simple but efficient
Auberge Madeli is situated directly on the main road going through Cap aux Meules. This great for exploring the Madeleine Islands but it also generates noise. As traffic more or less stops at night we still had a good night's rest. We were in suite 201 which is a spacious two-room accomodation with such luxuries as a sofa, an arm-chair, a desk and an eating table. There are a fridge and a decent coffee machine in the room. The bathroom is adequate and the bed is good. Breakfast is rather basic, service is friendly.