Please note that all guests must be over the age of 18 years old to stay at this property.
The Clos-Joli hotel-inn has been welcoming guests since 1898. Until 1926, the Clos-Joli was a farm before becoming officially a hotel-inn. Perfectly situated in the heart of Morin-Heights, the property is only 4 minutes walk to Amerispa, a short 3 minutes ride to Ofuro Spa, and 9 minutes ride to Saint Sauveur. Guests can enjoy plentiful activities offered in our beloved city of Morin-Heights.
We pride ourselves in putting comfort and convenience at your fingertips by having our reception open 12 hours, 4 days a week, to ensure that all your needs are met.
The Clos-Joli is perfectly situated in the heart of Morin-Heights, a primarily tourist town offering a wide variety of activities year-round making it the closest multi-recreational outdoor hub to Montreal.
Whether you are an outdoorist looking for a nice skiing spot or you would like to unwind and enjoy some time in an SPA, we offer a variety of valuable packages that are designed to suit all of our clients in their own unique way.
Catch the Canadian spirit! Enjoy the breathless landscapes of the Laurentians year-round either on hiking trails or snowmobiling.
Enjoy winter at its best! Take advantage of the highest ranking cross-country and downhill skiing trails in Quebec. More winter fun includes dog sledding, ice-fishing, trap hunting, snowshoeing, and much more! All activities are only a few minutes ride from the property.
Swim in our inground pool. If nature is what you crave, you can ride on a beautiful 58-kilometer cycling trail located nearby.
Drive your own team on a 14-kilometer course.
Owner and the staff were super nice. Even though we were way past midnight late when we reached there, since we were coming from far, they waited for us to check us in. And made sure we settled in comfortably. Place was super clean. Breakfast was simple but delicious especially freshly baked croissants were something else. They made our visit very enjoyable. We would definitely stay there again…