Top notch comfort in every room. With plush bedding, an array of amenities and stunning views, your stay will leave you rested, recharged and refreshed.
Relax in Style
Have your choice. Stay inside our full-service hotel with cozy, modern rooms, designed to feel like your luxury home away from home. Lakeside rooms have spectacular views of Rainy Lake, along with personal patios.
Looking for something a little different? Get the true north experience in one of our premium cabins, perfect for a family retreat.
We also have five extended stay lodging options that are perfect for anyone who wants to stay just a bit longer.
Choose from one of three lodging options below.
67 hotel rooms. Modern design. Luxury finishes, optional sunset views and private patios.
Two individual cabins are the perfect fit for a fun weekend getaway.
Extended Stay Lodge
Designed as a home away from home. Fully equipped for those extra long visits.
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.
Where it all Began
La Place Rendez-Vous wasn’t always the “Vous” as it’s affectionately called. The original construction, of where La Place Rendez-Vous sits today, began in 1961 when Len & Lois Cadieux opened the “Gourmet House”. The Gourmet House ran until 1971 when it became the Rendez-Vous Restaurant.
It wasn’t until 1971 that the “Rendezvous Restaurant” was born, opened by Albert Bernardi, Bud Mallory, and Hank Smith.
Leo Noonan bought Hank Smith’s share in 1972 and the following year bought out the two remaining partners, gaining full ownership of the business in 1973.
In 1973 Leo co-managed the business with George Black, for a year, and then managed the business on his own until his son Paul joined him in August of 1976.
Between 1974 and 1980 Leo acquired an adjoining 200 ft of lakeshore property from Lawrence & Cathy Veert as well as 100 ft from Stan Dolyny, bringing the Rendezvous’ total lakefront property to the 400 ft it is today.
La Place Rendez-Vous Hotel
Original construction of La Place Rendez- Vous Hotel didn’t begin until January of 1985 when the hotel lobby and 18 hotel rooms were added. The dining room, lounge, and kitchen were also renovated to accommodate the new expansion.
When original construction of La Place Rendez-Vous hotel was completed in the summer of 1985, Leo Noonan retired. Leo’s brother-in-law Georges Blanc along with Paul Noonan assumed ownership.
La Place Rendez-Vous Hotel & Convention Centre
Additional expansions were constructed in 1987, 1989, 1992, and 2000 bringing the total hotel room count to 70 as well as the addition of the 300-person banquet facilities constructed above the restaurant.
Georges Blanc retired from the business in 2008. Today, Paul Noonan and daughter Sarah Noonan, make sure that La Place Rendezvous-Vous, undergoes regular updates and changes, in the effort to keep current with popular hotel & dining industry practices and trends.