Murphy Queen bed. Bathroom with shower. Hot tub in the room. Wood floor. Television 42 inches. Large Work Desk "Jack Pack" Multi Connection.
Studio / Loft
Very large room with Queen bed. Large Work Desk "Jack Pack" Multi Connection. Television with giant screen. Wood floor. Large bathroom.
Convertible sofa. Reading area. Kitchenette. In room safe. Wood Floor. Fashionable "Zen" Style. Large Work Desk "Jack Pack" Multi Connection. Hand-Held "Rain Shower Heads".
1 Queen bed and 1 Double bed. Living room. Kitchenette. In room safe. Fashionable "Zen" Style. Large Work Desk "Jack Pack" Multi Connection. Hand-Held "Rain Shower Heads".
1 Queen bed. Large Work Desk "Jack Pack" Multi Connection. Divan sofa bed. Wooden floors in certain rooms. Ergonomic chair.
Standard 2 beds
1 double bed and 1 Queen bed. Wood Floor in some rooms. Work table. Great for families. Ideal for two persons - two beds.
1 Queen bed. Wood Floor Adapted for persons with reduced mobility. Large Work Desk "Jack Pack" Multi Connection with ergonomic chair. Large bathroom.
IMPORTANT: Price for reduced mobility room is for single or double occupancy. Additional room for accompanying person (a 20% discount will apply for single occupancy).
Guy Lafleurs condo
Kitchen, bedroom, living room, dining room. Double hot tub. Wooden and ceramic floors. Ideal for long stays. Connecting to a standard queen room. Two televisions, DVD, "jack pack" multi connection.
This condo was designed by hockey Hall of Fame player Guy Lafleur, and he stayed here while he was owner of a Mikes franchise in Berthierville. Still today, you can enjoy photos, trophees and memorabilia from this hockey legend.
Joannie Rochette's Suite
Design and color by Joannie Rochette. Very modern style. Double hot tub. Hypo-Allergic cork floor. Meridien Sofa. Television 42 inches. Work Desk "Jack Pack" Multi Connection. Ideal for a romantic moment.
The desigh of this suite, choice of colors and furniture was made by Olympic medalist Joannie Rochette with the help of her mother.
Days Inn Berthierville let Joannie Rochette design her own suite before the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. The suite was inaugurated shortly after her return from the Games, with Joannie proudly holding her bronze medal in her hands.