Collapse into four-poster beds at Auberge La Maison Otis (from $152 per person, including breakfast and dinner), a classic Quebecois inn at the center of Baie-Sainte-Paul, the closest town to Le Massif. Get a double shot of warmth by requesting rooms 4 or 5, each with a double whirlpool bath within feet of the fireplace.
Tap your inner fur trapper at Chalets Le Genévrier (sleeps five from $110 per night), a seasonal campground with 35 furnished chalets beside a frozen trout stream, just five minutes from Baie Sainte-Paul. Each Scandinavian-style post-and-beam cabin comes with a full kitchen and enough cords of wood to keep the fireplace crackling all night.
Let the valets hold on to your skis at the Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu (from $157), a grand hotel perched on a cliff above the St. Lawrence River just under an hour’s drive from Le Massif. Though suites are loaded with non-necessities like grand pianos and bidets, even standard rooms are plenty luxe, with plush robes, feather-top duvets, and massive pillows.