PLEASE READ THROUGH ALL OF THE INFORMATION BELOW CAREFULLY TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE.
QUEBEC CITY COLLEGE SKI TRIP
JANUARY 2-6, 2019
WHEN AND WHERE DO WE CHECK IN?
ONLY GROUP LEADERS NEED TO CHECK-IN FOR THE GROUP.
WHAT GROUP LEADERS NEED AT CHECK-IN:
Please have the following items organized and ready in separate envelopes for your group at the check-in:
- 1 Credit Card per room for security/incidental expenses hold
The Hotel does put a hold on the credit card due, usually $100-$200 per room. Hold is removed after check out.
WHEN / WHERE IS CHECK-IN for Québec City ?
- WEDNESDAY, JAN 2, 2019
- 3 PM and after
- Check-in is at the Front Desk
Hotel Le CONCORDE
1225 Cours du Général-de Montcalm
Québec, QC G1R 4W6
WHAT DO I NEED TO CROSS THE BORDER?
REMINDER: DWI-RECKLESS etc.
- Please contact the Canadian Embassy for entry information if you have had a DWI, Reckless Driving or other criminal offense. If you need additional info on the border guidelines and documents, please click the government links below.
- Those with these offenses usually are not permitted entry into Canada.
- If you need additional info on the border guidelines and documents, please click the government link below: US State Department Information on travel to Canada
CLICK HERE FOR STATE DEPARTMENT CANADA PAGE
- It is against US and Canadian Law to transport drugs or quantities of alcohol across the border.
- Drugs include all illegal drugs as well as prescription drugs in containers not registered in your name.
- PLEASE be advised you can be criminally charged and refused entry into Canada.
There is no bus for January 2-6, 2019 trip
QUEBEC CITY NIGHTLIFE
Nightlife | Québec City
- The Concorde is located on the Grand Allee. The bars and clubs are right outside your door!
- Be sure to visit the world famous Dagobert Night Club right across from the hotel.
- Consult the Concorde Concierge for bar/club suggestions
Located directly outside the hotel on the Grand Allee.
CLICK HERE for more Nightlife info
HÔTEL LE CONCORDE
Located in the heart of the beautiful Québec City on the Grande Allée, the Le Concorde is literally steps away from the best nightlife and dining spots. With a full Urban Spa and exercise room, never miss a beat of your daily routine.
- 2 Queen Beds
- Alarm Clock
- Free Wifi
- Free Pool/Spa Access
- Free Exercise room access
JAJA, ITALIAN INSPIRED CUISINE
Located in the lobby of the Concord. JAJA will seduce you thanks to its Italian inspired cuisine with a reminder of Québec culture.
ROTATING RESTAURANT CIEL!
Located on the roof top of the hotel, Ciel! Bistro-Bar offers a majestic view on St Lawrence River and on Quebec City.
- Wine cellar and a cocktail bar fitting everyone’s tastes.
- Affordable and sophisticated!
Take advantage of a heated pool, two spas, and a sauna after hitting the mountain and clubs.
- Open 9 AM-10 PM
- Features a 16 foot waterfull
- Two spas and Two saunas
- Fully equipped exercise / training room
Indoor Parking available for $25 CAD / Day
CHECK-IN INFO FOR GROUP LEADERS
ONLY GROUP LEADERS SHOULD CHECK-IN THEIR GROUP
- At check-in, Group Leader should have group's credit card deposit ready
- One Valid Credit Card (To Receive your ROOM KEYS) from one of the room occupants used ROOM SECURITY DEPOSIT and for any incidental expenses charged to the room such as additional damage, telephone charges, food, and movies.
- NOTE: HOTEL DOES PUT A HOLD ON THE CREDIT CARD DUE USUALLY $100-200 PER ROOM.
- HOLD IS REMOVED AFTER CHECK OUT.
TRIP CHECK OUT DATE IS: Sunday, JAN 6, 2019
- All hotel rooms must be clear by 11:00 AM
- Lift Tickets issued at check-in are good for skiing and snowboarding for 4 days beginning January 3
- Lift Tickets can be used at Mont St Anne or Stoneham ski resort (Interchangeable-Same Ticket)
WHERE DO WE PICK-UP LIFT TICKETS?
The group leader can pick-up lift tickets at:
Mont St Anne Ski Resort
2000 Boulevard du Beau Pré
Beaupré, QC G0A 1E0, Canada
CONTACT NAME: Alexandra L’hérault
PHONE: 418-827-4561 EXT. 371
RENTALS & LESSONS
- Voucher for Rental Skis or Snowboard Rentals that have been pre-paid on your reservation can be picked up with lift tickets. See left for location.
- If weather conditions cause travel delays for you, please call the hotel
and notify them of your expected arrival time.
- See phone numbers above.
- Using your Credit Card / ATM card gives you the most favorable rate.
- ATM machines available near the hotel and ski resort..
- Not all US Bank Debit-ATM Cards work in Canadian ATM machines.
- PRE-PAID VISA, MC, AMEX GIFT CARDS DO NOT WORK IN CANADA
SAFETY & SECURITY
- When someone is injured on the slopes or in the village, he or she is first assisted by Mont St Anne security staff or ski patrol personnel.
- Injured persons are generally first taken to the clinic at the resort where minor injuries, particularly injuries due to skiing or snow boarding accidents, are treated.
- Anyone with more serious injuries is taken directly to the hospital in the nearby town.
PAYMENT FOR MEDICAL SERVICES/INSURANCE
- If you are treated for injuries in the clinic or nearby hospital, you are expected to pay for services with a credit card.
- If you do not have a credit card, payment can be authorized on the telephone by your parents or someone else to pay for the treatment.
- As a general rule, the medical expense of treating injuries while traveling is covered by your regular family medical insurance but you are expected to pay for the medical expense and submit your medical bills for reimbursement when you return home.
- The insurance company should reimburse these expenses when you send in copies of the medical bills.
- Make sure you receive and retain copies of all bills incurred as a result of injuries on the trip.
- Expenses incurred at a hospital are usually more extensive and arrangements often are made directly with the insurance company in the United States to handle payment. But some hospital-related expenses including ambulances may have to be paid by credit card and then submitted for reimbursement.
- Check with your health insurance provider if you are unsure of their travel coverage policy and procedures.