May 24, 2022

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Quebec pays 22 hotel companies over 42 42 million

Quebec pays 22 hotel companies over 42 42 million

(Riviere-du-Loop) Quebec tourism booms, COVID-19 pandemic strikes more than a year ago.

Tourism Minister Caroline Prouls on Wednesday announced financial assistance to 4,42,428,921 to 22 hotel companies in various parts of the province.

The sums paid are intended to support organizations in 24 projects to restore or improve their projects or infrastructure.

Financial assistance is in the form of a loan and will be paid under the Assistance Program for the Development of Tourist Attractions (PADAT).

Reconstruction of the Bonaventure Hotel in Montreal, the Marriott Residence in Laval and the Uber Berge Saint-Antoine in Quebec will receive $ 5 million each, while Hotel du Vieux-Quebec will receive 6 4,676,000 to renovate its rooms, conference rooms and common areas. And building.

The Aberge Otoil-sur-le-Lock in Magog will qualify for 4 4 million for interior and exterior renovations, and the Hotel Manoir de la Terrace in Quebec will receive 5 2,570,000 for complete renovations, as well as business customers in addition to rooms and facilities.

Many other companies receive amounts of 3 273,000 or more.

“Today, our government and the hotel sector are sending a simple message: recovery is just now being prepared and we are working together to fulfill our aspirations for Quebec,” Minister Prouls said in a statement.

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