About 45 minutes from Old Quebec, the area between Mont Sainte-Anne and Petite-Rivière-Saint-François has been targeted by geoLAGON inc. for almost a year. Three municipalities were considered. In June 2022, the municipal council of Petite-Rivière-Saint-François gave unanimous support to the project, which will have to comply with existing zoning. The process is ongoing.
Last December, the geoLAGON project documentation was submitted to the Petite-Rivière-Saint-François urban planning department for analysis. Numerous studies have been delivered on the subject. The project is currently under review.
Under the advice of professionals, geoLAGON inc. and its tourism developer Louis Massicotte have limited this request to 186 hotel cottages around the lagoon in order to reduce the surface area of the site by approximately 60%.
We have therefore postponed the permit application for the roundabout phase of Soleils Village (in the forest). The geoLAGON application has been specifically developed for hotel and short stay use, as well as the ancillary uses that normally accompany hotel projects: restaurant, bar, spa, swimming pool and employee accommodation. It is intended that all cottages will be interconnected to allow for energy and heat exchange and technical services.
Pre-bookings are offered at a projected price of between $599,000 and $1.5 million.
Face à l’intersection de la rue Principale qui mène au Club Med et à la plage, voici la zone désormais prévue pour geoLAGON et ses 186 pavillons hôteliers (avec une loupe). Cette section est largement déboisée et intègre des chemins déjà construits depuis longtemps. Un aqueduc privé et des installations de gestion des eaux usées y seront aussi implantées.
Tout le projet sera développé en maximisant l’usage des espaces déjà déboisés.