The Castel de la Mer


Ideally located in the historic district of Pointe-au-Pic in La Malbaie, the Castel de la Mer Hotel offers easy access to all the major sights and activities that Charlevoix is known for. Only 200 meters from the majestic St. Lawrence River, the hotel is conveniently located at the crossroad of Pointe-au-Pic’s main street and the panoramic Road 362.

Nearby, you will find plenty of dinning options that are accessible by foot and a small shopping center as well. The Casino de Charlevoix is only a short distance from Le Castel de la Mer, as is the Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu and its renowned golf course. Our strategic position in the heart of Charlevoix makes our hotel the best base point possible for exploring everything the region has to offer. Whether you come to Charlevoix for the whale watching excursions, the beautiful sceneries, the art galleries, the two national parks and their great hiking trails, the ski centers or a snowmobile excursion, you’re always just a short distance away from the main points of interests when you stay at our hotel.


As soon as 1875, Mr. F-X Warren's house in Murray-Bay was greeting its first travelers discovering the Charlevoix region. At that time, travelers coming from from all over Canada and the United States had to travel by boat, including the famoust "white boats", the only way to reach our region at the end of the 19th century. Around 1919, Sir Rodolphe Forget, Charlevoix member of Parliament and Federal Minister of Transport, Charlevoix was finally accessible using a railroad. Murray-Bay/Pointe-au-Pic tourist area benefited from the arrival of the train as the region was finally accessible all year round. The Hôtel Castel de la Mer, which succeeded to Mr. F-X Warren's house, was known well beyond the Charlevoix region. The original hotel operated until 1989, when a fire destroyed the Hôtel Castel de la Mer and its renowned "Bar des Sportifs". The Castel de la Mer was back in business two years later, with the latest expansion taking place in 2006.