Experience a one-of-a-kind stay at the Château Albert as you spend the night in an authentic 20th century hotel!
Standing tall amongst the Village’s houses, this building is an exact replica of the Château Albert Hotel designed by Acadian architect Nazaire Dugas. Built in Caraquet (NB) in 1907, the original hotel tragically burned down in 1955.
Without televisions or phones, the hotel was built with utmost respect—minus a few exceptions—for historical accuracy. Every room has been designed with great attention to detail: claw-foot bathtub, wainscoting, and a warm ambiance intended for blissful relaxation. Time travel will have never felt this comfortable.