Explore the neighborhood
We share the same parking facilities with la Cage aux Sports, for your lunch and dinner. Also, the Au Gourmet Chinois restaurant is a 5-minute walk away.
Furthermore, we are partners of the Plus restaurant Bar, a restaurant of the area located just 5 minutes away from the hotel.
We have available for your stay a card offering you 10% off in the restaurant upon presentation of the card. The restaurant is the ideal place for sports groups and for your large-scale events.
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We are also located near various tourist attractions of the area.
TOURIST ATTRACTIONS IN VICTORIAVILLE AND IN THE BOIS-FRANCS REGION
The Bois-Francs region is located halfway between Montreal and Quebec, Trois-Rivières and Sherbrooke, and is rich in rolling hills through the Appalachians.
Whether it be on business or leisure, you'll be truly spoilt by our warm welcome and the hospitality for which the Centre-du-Québec region is renowned.
Make sure you keep some leisure moments in your agenda, since there is always something new to discover in the region, whether it is the time to enjoy a movie at the theatre or a whole day of outdoor activities.
HERE ARE SOME ACTIVITY SUGGESTIONS CLOSE TO THE Z PLAZA HOTEL:
Located 30 mins away from Victoriaville. This mountain offers you tracks for all levels of ability, including under a forest canopy. You will be able to go skiing and snowboarding at night or during the day. In addition, you will also find beautiful snowshoe trails. Click on the link to find out more.
Located just 10 mins from the hotel, it has a magnificent wooded park with a surface area of more than 67 hectares. It is an exceptional site for bird watching, and it offers an incredible range of mountain bike trails, hiking trails, cross-country ski trails and snowshoe trails.
Located on the top, the Arthabaska Pavillion offers a breathtaking view over the city from its terrace. Click on the link to find out more.
Located 10 mins away from the hotel, it is ideal for its various seasonal activities such as windsurfing, kayaking and pedal boats (rental available on the premises). Snow geese can be observed on the lake in spring and fall, and it is really impressive since more than 100,000 geese transit through Victoriaville, they come and go to the North. Click on the link to find out more.
Located in Kingsey Falls, it is an enchanting botanical garden just 45 minutes from Victoriaville. You will see amazing giant 3-D mosaicultures and thematic gardens within more than 29 acres of land (guided tours are available on site).
Located in Kingsey Falls, they are known throughout the world. The history of a small family recycling company, that became a multinational company in packaging and tissue (guided tour available).
CRANBERRY INTERPRETATION CENTRE
It welcomes you during the fall in St-Louis-de-Blandford, that is only a 30 mins drive away. You will see the beauty of cranberry harvesting and you will be able to visit a cranberry bog under a huge tent.
You’ll see the Bois-Francs area in all its colours. Click on the link to find out more.
THE BOIS-FRANCS LINEAR PARK
It offers a 77 km rail trail that traverses the lowlands of St-Laurent. It is a section of the Route Verte and known as the Trans Canada Trail. A trail can be found 3 minutes away from the hotel. Click on the link to find out more.
LA GRANDE PLACE DES BOIS-FRANCS
La Grande Place des Bois-Francs is the most important shopping centre of the region, with more than 100 stores and service points. It is thus the most important mall within Bois-Francs, Amiante and the surrounding area. It is located where the highway 116 meets the boulevard Jutras Est in Victoriaville, a few steps away from the hotel.
The musée Laurier, also called the national Historic site of the Wilfrid-Laurier house, is a museum institution dedicated to interpreting the personal and political life of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Prime Minister of Canada from 1896 to 1911. The museum is located at 16 rue Laurier Ouest, in the historic sector of Arthabaska, today part of the city of Victoriaville (Quebec, Canada).