PETITE-RIVIÈRE-SAINT-FRANÇOIS, Que. — La Société Immobilière du Massif de Charlevoix has unveiled its new apartment-hotel project. Le Camp de Base – Secteur Grande Pointe — a more than $40-million investment at the foot of the mountain — will offer a residential ski-in/ski-out experience as well as several hotel services, including an outdoor pool. The delivery of the first units is scheduled for the fall of 2025.
“This is a new lifestyle for future owners, while meeting the accommodation needs of the clientele. An attractive choice for short-term visits, Le Camp de base will give its guests the impression of staying at home while having access to quality hotel services. Situated at the bottom of the ski slopes, in front of the Grande-Pointe lift, a few steps from the gondola and Club Med Québec Charlevoix, the project provides a new lodging option in the heart of nature while complementing the current offer,” says Charles-Antoine Choquette, vice-president of Real Estate Development, Groupe Le Massif.
Housed in a four-storey residential complex, the 118 rooms and suites range in size from 409 to 678 sq. ft. Several units will be equipped with a balcony. The first units will be available for sale in the summer of 2023 with a starting price of $300,000.
The uniqueness of the project lies in its offer of amenities and indoor and outdoor common areas in line with the practice of mountain activities, all in a ski-in/ski-out perspective. A dining area and a multi-purpose room will be built next to The Base’s ski chalet. Several services will be available, including a training room, an outdoor pool and jacuzzi overlooking the river, outdoor play modules, a ski room, and a bicycle-storage area. The new building complex will offer direct access to mountain bike and hiking trails.
“The Base strives to be a resort that cultivates the art of mountain living. From sunrise to sunset, all guests will be charmed by a friendly and comforting atmosphere in the heart of an environment enhanced by the beauty of the setting,” says Choquette.