The wellness, health, and safety of our guests and employees are of utmost importance for our establishment. Le Monastère is committed to abiding by public health standards as recommended by the Réseau de santé publique en santé au travail published by the Institut national de santé publique du Québec.
All employees have been instructed not to come to work if they show suggestive symptoms such as a fever, cough, difficulty breathing, or other symptoms linked with COVID-19.
We promote hand hygiene by providing all the necessary supplies (60% or higher hydroalcoholic solutions, running water and soap, disposable tissues, etc.).
We require a minimum distance of two metres between people at all times (guests, employees) inside and outside the establishment.
Signs have been posted to remind guests of the physical distancing measures to be respected upon their arrival.
Any unnecessary objects have been removed from common areas and rooms.
About accommodation assignments, a minimum delay of 48 hours is granted between stays in the same room.
About guest arrivals and departures:
About room maintenance (accommodation):
In order to serve you safely and with care, rooms are cleaned according to the COVID-19 Health Safety Plan for the tourism industry.
About specialized services :
Please also note that the following services are temporarily suspended:
Now more than ever, Le Monastère wishes to remind everyone of the importance of preventive health. Wellness and care have been at the heart of Le Monastère’s vocation for nearly 400 years. Your health, as well as that of our employees, our precious Augustinian Sisters, and the population, remains our priority.
Le Musée du Monastère’s reopening. Le Musée is now open to the public from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day of the week for self-guided tours. The Find the Augustinian Bee children’s course is also open.
You can rest assured that Le Monastère’s team is committed to applying hygiene measures and respecting the public health standards published by the Institut national de santé publique du Québec.
Please note that although wearing a face covering or mask is not mandatory, it is recommended.
We are thrilled to welcome you to this unique, history-filled location once again.