Looking for a place to stay in Sherbrooke? Then look no further than Grand Times Hotel Sherbrooke, a family-friendly hotel that brings the best of Sherbrooke to your doorstep.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to 24 hour front desk, a gift shop, and newspaper while staying at Grand Times Hotel Sherbrooke. In addition, Grand Times Hotel Sherbrooke offers a pool and free breakfast, which will help make your Sherbrooke trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Balade à Travers le Temps au Centre-Ville (0.1 mi) and Sherbrooke City Hall (0.4 mi), guests of Grand Times Hotel Sherbrooke can easily experience some of Sherbrooke's most well known attractions.
Sherbrooke has plenty of Thai restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Restaurant thaïlandais Chanchai, Lotus Blanc, and Restaurant Oyada Express inc, which are serving up some great dishes.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Sherbrooke's Murals on BaladoDiscovery (0.5 mi), Parc du Mont-Bellevue (1.1 mi), or Musee De La Nature Et Des Sciences (0.4 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Grand Times Hotel Sherbrooke as you experience everything Sherbrooke has to offer.
Not knowing much about the brand, but looking at the prices and the pics I felt this hotel would give us an "upscale" experience. I cannot summarize my experience better than: it was okay, on the disappointing side. I mean, pretty hotel and clean room and friendly employees, but nothing that would make me want to go back there, really. No hotel restaurant, to start with. Just feels weird, even budget hotels do offer at least a hot breakfast buffet. Just a simple example. Which other hotel in 2022 does not provide a coffee machine in the room, along with a few cups for free? Which other hotel does not have 2 robes waiting in the wardrobe? Basic-basic stuff... you get me. At least there's a swimming pool (phew)
The hotel is right downtown, with a terrific view of the lake. You are right on the walking trails and walking distance to many restaurants and shopping. The check-in was quick and easy with a very friendly staff member. The room was top notch, clean, comfortable bed and a beautiful view of the lake. The only downside is the Covid breakfast and the elevators that are so dark that you can hardly see the numbers to punch. Overall a terrific place to stay.
We visit Sherbrooke fairly often for family. This occasion we decided to stay downtown and the location of this hotel looked good. We got the location we wanted, but not much else. We chose the cheapest room category (no discounts) not expecting the best, but we got the worst room even though I requested a higher floor on my reservation. It was on the second floor looking over the entrance driveway with most of the view blocked by a sheet metal structure over the entry door. We looked at the room from the outside and the only way we could have a worse view would be underground. We asked for a better room after seeing it, but the answer was that it was impossible, all the other rooms were recovering from a busy weekend. The hotel was very clean all over, that's why it got two stars. The elevator was very dim, hard to get used to when coming from outside. The room was large, fairly comfortable but got noise from traffic and a cooling system that cracked and whistled when it started. Breakfast was well organized considering COVID restrictions and the dining room was nice, but the food was pretty bland. The bill was more than $200.00 plus $11.50 for parking. I could have saved almost $100 at another hotel and used the money to pay for parking and a nice breakfast downtown. Next time.…
We stayed one night and the reception service was great. I was disappointed with the room. For 180$/night, the room smelled like Febreeze and there was no shampoo or conditioner. Just a soap and body cream. I got a headache the next morning because of the artificial smell. Quite disappointing. I expected more from the hotel for the price paid. The location is great. Central and right next to the Lake and the gorge/dam trail. Parking is available inside and outside for 10$/day.
I went to Sherbrooke to give a conference and brought my husband to have a nice, relaxing time. The hotel is easy access, well placed and has AMAZING views! But the staff never reacted to the bus full of kids just playing in the hallways (skating competition) and put them in the room right in front of ours when the other rooms were empty !!!! Breakfast was VERY basic for the price of hotel and expect the 10$ parking fee.
Nice hotel with nice location. It overlooks the Magog lake. Very clean, very modern looking. it has underground parking. Next to several decent restaurants. pool was small size, but nice. Gym is no bigger than your home gym. One bike and a few weights. Breakfast was mainly bread, cereal and fruits. No yoghurts, or eggs. Purely continental. overall decent hotel
I found the Grand Times Hotel to be quite a nice hotel with a big clean room and comfortable beds. However the fitness room needs to be improved - there is only 1 treadmill, 1 elliptical machine, a bike and some hand weights. Not only were there few pieces of equipment but the instructions were in French only which made them hard to follow. Also the treadmill was not very sturdy and it was hard to run on it. As one of the other reviewers said, the continental breakfast is very minimal with bread, fruit and coffee and juice - no pastries, I stayed there to visit my children who are at Bishop's University and it was a $17 taxi ride there. The hotel was also conveniently located within walking distance of a Tim Horton's, a pharmacy and IGA and another supermarket. In terms of staying there again - I probably would despite the disappointment with the fitness room and breakfast as it was a comfortable clean hotel, and I felt safe there.…
First impression of the hotel from outside looked great. Upon checking in, everything was dim, including the elevators and rooms. Overheard other guests complained if the hotel was trying to save on electricity bill. The staff were for the most part professional and accommodating. I had an issue with the bath tub where the water did not drain. There was a really bad stench in the room as well! There was no plumber or anyone to check it out on-site, but the receptionist offered to change room for me. Second room's tap barely had any water coming out, even when turned all the way. I was way too tired to go downstairs again so ended using the water in the bathtub. Made a complaint the next day about it to which the response was: "The water is OK!". Slight stench in this room but not as bad as the first one. Breakfast was minimalistic, lots of bread and bagels. Beds could be cleaner, found hair strands under the sheets. Multiples charges on my credit card, with which I will have to sort it out in the very near future. Otherwise, good location, nearby many amenities in the area. Not far from Universities and supermarkets.…
Dear Hotel Manager and Owner, First off! Staff? Are you listening.....? If you are.... YOU have all been very helpful and kind, nothing but good things to say about the people you have managed to employ at this hotel.... With that said. Another freezing night in this hotel 🥶 It is currently 7:43am and 10°/51° outside and this hotel has the air conditioning on!!! Even at the “high” of the day (24°/76°) I personally don’t think you would need A/C for this temp... or at least not much, absolutely not in the early AM at 10° with people outside with jackets and hats on! The A/C runs all night in the Hotel. You may be thinking.... why is this person being so picky? Go to your room and set your own temperature, just don’t stay in the rest of the hotel. I can’t because they have a lock on the thermostat in each room. the lock only allows you to move the temp up no more than 2° than the set temp of the hotel ...... since my room stops heating at 22° I am assuming the hotel setting is 20°.... brrrrrrr (I know everyone has their perfect sleeping temp, i need a higher temp otherwise I curl into a ball get under all the covers and start sweating..... going from freezing cold to cold to then soaking wet by your own sweat 😥 This happened this first night and my husband and I had to switch beds in the middle of the night because of this. Side note: where we live is currently 30-34° and we do not have or use air conditioning, you would only need to use it for a few weeks in the summer and it’s just not worth it.... For the money and for our planet. My reason for writing this review is.... most people write reviews after they have left... I however am still here which mean this hotel has time to fix this issue with grace and ease The ONLY reason I am writing this..... is the unfortunate response the staff gave me ( again the staff has been great, they have been told to tell me these things by their superiors) when I kindly asked they please remove the lock on the thermostat system in my room, (after having an awful sleeping the first night we arrived after a long 24 travel from Europe....) Their response was “no I’m sorry we can’t” Hmmmmmm... can’t? Or won’t? Let’s be honest here. They offered me a space heater of which I have included a photo :( this to me was a VERY unprofessional and sad attempt to appease my needs, we are paying approx $200 nightly, there are PLENTY of other hotels in the area that I’m sure would accommodate us just as well at half or near half the price... Okay we wouldn’t be on the lake but at least I could sleep well. I don’t think it at all appropriate to give your guests an actual fire hazard that is super noisy to use when you have a true, real and easy solution to fix the issue. We chose to stay here for comfort and being close to the lake and town, and it is lovely here, the location is great But I am still freezing my ars off. So here I am at 8 in the morning, wishing I was still sleeping and it’s too cold for me to go just sit outside, the rest of the hotel is freezing (breakfast in an icebox anyone?) so I am literally huddled in my room writing this crap with my shirt over this heater they gave me trying to warm myself up... There are some other things I have encountered that I won’t mention here just yet... I am very curious to see how they handle my simple and valid request of warmth first. …
I stay in this hotel for three days, as I was working at Bishop's. The location is good. The lake in the back of the hotel is very nice. The hotel is clean, and new looking, although I thought that it was very dark inside, especially in the elevators and in the room. Room is confortable, the hallway quiet. The staff is very nice and accommodating. The breakfast is minimalist, but ok for a working day, and not expensive. What I enjoyed the most ? The quiet and relaxing pool at night... open until 10pm, nice music and ambiance, warm water... wonderful. What I enjoyed the least? - The view from the room in the front, on the second floor. (Make sure that you ask for a room facing the lake). - The shampoo that does not foam... - The price of parking (10$/per day)... Why not included it in the price of the room...? Hard to understand! - No restaurant on site, and must use the catering service and order 24h ahead of time, for lunch boxes. The rest was great.…