At Your Service


Scroll through to see what services are available at the Vous.



The Goods

Create your own oasis with the essentials.

Gym Passes
Available at the Front Desk |
Memorial Sports Centre

Ice Machines
Located on the s
econd floor between rooms 211 & 212 or come to the front desk and an attendant will help you.

Located in the lobby

Located at the Front Desk


The Essentials

Inquire at the Front Desk

(Groups up to 250)
Call extension 199

Fax, email, copy service, computer services. 
Hotel fax number 807-274-9553

Same day service (Mon – Fri)
Drop items off at the Front Desk prior to 9:00 am.
Dry cleaning not available.

Mail and postage available at the Front Desk.


Satisfy your Hunger

Enjoy the quiet calm in our dining room, relax in the fun Sandbay Lounge or Unwind next to the Lake on our patio. With multiple options you can enjoy your meal however you like.

Dining Room

Located south of the Lobby.

Sandbar Lounge

Located south of the Lobby.

Community Services

Welcome to the Neighbourhood


Fort Frances Airport

Bearskin Airlines

Falls International Airport
International Falls, MN

Auto Rental
Enterprise Rent a Car

Taxi Service

North Air Services

NSido Taxi

City Cab
International Falls


Ontario Northland
Thunder Bay Connection

Medical Services

Fort Frances Clinic
301 Victoria Avenue

Riverside Health Care
110 Victoria Avenue

Sports Centres

Memorial Sports Centre
740 Scott Street

Pool, squash courts, weight/exercise room, ice rinks

Drug Stores

Shopper’s Drug Mart
375 Scott Street

Walmart Pharmacy
1250 King’s Highway

Safeway Pharmacy
417 Scott Street

Duty Free Shop

Fort Duty Free
401 Mowat Avenue


Fire Procedures

Upon Discovering Fire

All occupants leave room immediately and close door
Sound fire alarm
Leave building via nearest exit

Upon Hearing Alarm

Leave building via nearest exit
Close room door, take room key

If smoke is heavy in the corridor it may be safer to stay in your room. Close door and place a 
wet towel at the base of the door. Notify Front Desk. If you encounter smoke in a stairwell, use alternate exit. DO NOT USE ELEVATOR.

Church Directory

The Word

The Apostolic Way United Pentecostal Church
324 Victoria Avenue
Sunday Evangelistic Service | 6 pm

Bethel Baptist Church
720 Morrison Crescent
Sunday Morning Worship | 11 am

Church of the Holy Spirit
Free Methodist Church in Canada
824 Victoria Avenue
Sunday Worship Service | 10:30 am

The Church of Jesus Christ
Latter Day Saints
Third Street West & Keating Avenue
Sunday Sacrament | 10 am

Church of the Lutheran Hour
508 Victoria Avenue
Sunday Divine Service | 9 am

Evangelical Fellowship Church
560 Webster Avenue
Sunday Worship Service | 11 am

Evangelical Covenant Church
1027 Kings Highway
Sunday Worship Service | 10:30 am

Knox United Church
340 Church Street
Sunday Worship Service | 10 am

New Beginnings Fellowship
(Affiliated with the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada)
Highway 11 East, 1301 Mill Road
Sunday Worship Service | 10:30 am

Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Church
Couchiching First Nation
Sunday Mass | 9 am

St. George’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church
804 McKenzie Avenue
Sunday Divine Liturgy | 9:30 am

St. John the Baptist Anglican Church
360 Church Street
Sunday Holy Eucharist | 10 am

St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church
209 Victoria Avenue
Saturday Mass | 5 pm
Sunday Mass | 11 am

Victory Baptist Church
Highway 11/71
Sunday School | 2 pm
Afternoon Worship | 2 pm

Zion Lutheran Church
1105 Scott Street
Sunday Worship Service | 10 am

Things to do

Enjoy our Big Back Yard

Enjoy a walk along the river on La Verendrye Parkway and stop for an ice cream at the marina. Experience a true Northwestern Ontario season and immerse yourself in nature on the Eighth Street trails. Or grab a pair of snowshoes or cross-country skis from the Rainy Lake Nordic Ski Club and check out the trails at Rocky Inlet. Go snowmobiling on the abundant snowmobile trails across the district.

Rainy Lake is a premier fishing destination for anglers. Whether you’re looking to land bass, walleye, northern or a monster muskie, you’ve come to the right place! 

The Causeway
Drive over the Causeway, a 3.5 mile long bridge connecting Fort Frances. Visit the lookout and enjoy the beautiful views of Rainy Lake.

Couchiching First nation
Travel to neighbouring Couchiching First Nation and experience the history and culture of our First Nations people. In the summer months, enjoy a relaxing round of golf, or experience a Pow-Wow.

Our Favourites

Top Four Local Experiences

Below is our top four experiences we recommend you try while staying with us.

Recharge like a local

Take a refreshing dip in Rainy Lake. Play on the beach, catch some rays or check out the Point Park right next door.

Feast like a local

You can’t leave without trying one of our iconic Canadian dishes. Poutine, wild rice soup and our fresh Walleye Dinner

Live like a local

Thursday night is lively and loaded with fun folks, great laughs and lasting memories. Join us for wings on the patio

Rest like a local

After watching the stunning sunset, fall asleep to the soothing sounds of waves lapping against the shore.

Things to do

While You’re Here

From history tours and historic sites, Fort Frances and the surrounding area is a history buff’s playground! After you’ve satisfied your mind, delight your senses with shopping and souvenirs. Downtown Fort Frances and Market Thursdays offers something for everyone. Nurture the soul with a wide variety of meals available right here, at the ‘Vous’, check out the patio, a favourite amongst locals.

History Tours

Fort Frances Museum
Start your tour at the Museum and see the most recent exhibit, then make your way to Front Street and visit the Hallett and climb to the top of the Lookout Tower. Reward yourself with an ice cream at the Sorting Gap Marina.

The Lookout Tower
In 1972, James Wrench Towse had the tower moved from Atikokan and assembled at Point Park.

The bottom levels were enclosed and became the base of the museum’s collection during the summer. In 2009, the tower was moved to the Sorting Gap Marina.

The Logging Tug Hallett
The 60-foot, 57 ton Hallett was the largest, most powerful boat on Rainy Lake, until its retirement

in 1974. It traveled an average of 2000 miles a year and hauled 70-90,000 cords of wood.

In 2009, the boat was restored and moved to the Sorting Gap Marina.

Sorting Gap Marina
In 1902 a sawmill was established at the marina, and the Sorting Gap was used to sort logs for entry into the mill. The mill processed over 1 billion feet of lumber, employed 1500 people, and paid $12 million in wages.

The drepression, decline in the lumber market, and retreating timber stands contributed to the mill’s demise, and in 1942 the plant was moved.

Shopping & Souvenirs

Scott Street
Head to Scott Street in downtown Fort Frances and find maple syrup, wild rice, moccasins, First Nations crafts, clothing, and Canadian-themed gifts.

Fort Duty Free
Around the corner, Fort Frances Duty Free offers savings on perfumes, cosmetics, fine china, collectibles, beer, liquor, and tobacco.

Market Thursdays
Every Thursday throughout the summer, head to the museum on Scott Street and experience a great selection of handmade items and crafts. Market Thursdays run from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 pm from June to September.

Lunch & Dinner

,La Place Rendez-Vous
With a wide variety of choices to satisfy every taste…you’ll find everything from Walleye, to wild rice, to poutine a local favourite right here.

Sit out on our relaxing patio, soak in the sun and beautiful views of Rainy Lake while enjoying a delicious bite. Two exits will get you out onto our deck, the first being off our main entrance past the front desk, the other through the Sandbar Lounge.

In the Sandbar Lounge you can order a plate of wings or nachos and catch up on all the latest sports.

In the Dinning Room enjoy a delicious meal, served by our friendly staff, the Dinning Room is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.