E-14.2, r. 1 - Regulation respecting tourist accommodation establishments

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7. The classes of tourist accommodation establishments are the following:
(1)  hotel establishments: establishments that offer accommodation in furnished rooms, suites or apartments that have self-catering kitchen facilities, including reception and daily housekeeping services and all other hotel services;
(2)  tourist homes: establishments, other than principal residence establishments, that offer accommodation in furnished apartments, houses or cottages, including self-catering kitchen facilities;
(2.1)  principal residence establishments: establishments that offer, following a single reservation, accommodation in the operator’s principal residence for a single person or a single group of related persons at a time that does not include any meals served on the premises;
(3)  (subparagraph revoked);
(4)  resorts: establishments that offer, for an all-inclusive price, accommodation, including food services or self-catering kitchen facilities, recreational or entertainment services, and recreational facilities and equipment;
(5)  bed and breakfast establishments: establishments that offer, for an all-inclusive price, accommodation in rooms in a private residence where the operator resides and rents a maximum of 5 rooms receiving a maximum of 15 persons, including breakfast served on the premises;
(6)  (subparagraph revoked);
(7)  youth hostels: establishments that offer accommodation in rooms, or in beds in one or more dormitories, including food services or self-catering kitchen facilities and full-time supervision;
(8)  educational establishments: establishments that offer accommodation in an educational institution, governed by whichever Act, except if the accommodation units are rented to students of the institution only;
(9)  camping establishments: establishments that offer accommodation in ready-to-camp units or on camp sites composed of permanent sites to accommodate tents or recreational camping vehicles, motorized or not, including services;
(10)  outfitting establishments: establishments that offer accommodation in an outfitting operation within the meaning of the Act respecting the conservation and development of wildlife (chapter C-61.1) or the Act respecting hunting and fishing rights in the James Bay and New Québec territories (chapter D-13.1);
(11)  other accommodation establishments: tourist accommodation establishments that belong to none of the other classes.
For the purposes of subparagraph 2.1 of the first paragraph, a principal residence is a residence where the operator, a natural person, habitually resides, centralizing therein the operator’s family and social activities, in particular when it is not used as a tourist accommodation establishment, the address of which corresponds to the address that the operator indicates to government departments and bodies.
O.C. 1111-2001, s. 7; O.C. 1045-2010, s. 4; 162-2016O.C. 162-2016, s. 5; 1115-2019O.C. 1115-2019, s. 3.
7. The classes of tourist accommodation establishments are the following:
(1)  hotel establishments: establishments that offer accommodation in furnished rooms, suites or apartments that have self-catering kitchen facilities, including reception and daily housekeeping services and all other hotel services;
(2)  tourist homes: establishments that offer accommodation in furnished apartments, houses or cottages, including self-catering kitchen facilities;
(3)  (paragraph revoked);
(4)  resorts: establishments that offer, for an all-inclusive price, accommodation, including food services or self-catering kitchen facilities, recreational or entertainment services, and recreational facilities and equipment;
(5)  bed and breakfast establishments: establishments that offer, for an all-inclusive price, accommodation in rooms in a private residence where the operator resides and rents a maximum of 5 rooms receiving a maximum of 15 persons, including breakfast served on the premises;
(6)  (paragraph revoked);
(7)  youth hostels: establishments that offer accommodation in rooms, or in beds in one or more dormitories, including food services or self-catering kitchen facilities and full-time supervision;
(8)  educational establishments: establishments that offer accommodation in an educational institution, governed by whichever Act, except if the accommodation units are rented to students of the institution only;
(9)  camping establishments: establishments that offer accommodation in ready-to-camp units or on camp sites composed of permanent sites to accommodate tents or recreational camping vehicles, motorized or not, including services;
(10)  outfitting establishments: establishments that offer accommodation in an outfitting operation within the meaning of the Act respecting the conservation and development of wildlife (chapter C-61.1) or the Act respecting hunting and fishing rights in the James Bay and New Québec territories (chapter D-13.1);
(11)  other accommodation establishments: tourist accommodation establishments that belong to none of the other classes.
O.C. 1111-2001, s. 7; O.C. 1045-2010, s. 4; 162-2016O.C. 162-2016, s. 5.
7. The classes of tourist accommodation establishments are the following:
(1)  hotel establishments: establishments that offer accommodation in furnished rooms, suites or apartments that have kitchen facilities, including hotel services;
(2)  tourist homes: establishments that offer accommodation in furnished apartments, houses or cottages, including kitchen facilities;
(3)  rugged furnished lodgings: establishments that offer accommodation in furnished camps, framed tent squares, wigwams or short-lived facilities;
(4)  resorts: establishments that offer, for an all-inclusive price, accommodation, including food services or kitchen facilities, recreational or entertainment services, and recreational facilities and equipment;
(5)  bed and breakfast establishments: establishments that offer, for an all-inclusive price, accommodation in rooms in a private residence where the operator resides and rents a maximum of 5 rooms receiving a maximum of 15 persons, including breakfast served on the premises;
(6)  hospitality villages: establishments that offer, for an all-inclusive price, accommodation in rooms in a group of private residences where each of the hosts receives a maximum of 6 persons, including an accompaniment service during all the stay, reception or entertainment services, breakfast and the noon or evening meal;
(7)  youth hostels: establishments that offer accommodation in rooms, or in beds in one or more dormitories, including food services or kitchen facilities and full-time supervision;
(8)  educational establishments: establishments that offer accommodation in an educational institution, governed by whichever Act, except if the accommodation units are rented to students of the institution only;
(9)  camping establishments: establishments that offer accommodation on camp sites composed of permanent sites to accommodate tents or recreational camping vehicles, motorized or not, including services;
(10)  outfitting establishments: establishments that offer accommodation in an outfitting operation within the meaning of the Act respecting the conservation and development of wildlife (chapter C-61.1) or the Act respecting hunting and fishing rights in the James Bay and New Québec territories (chapter D-13.1);
(11)  other accommodation establishments: tourist accommodation establishments that belong to none of the other classes.
O.C. 1111-2001, s. 7; O.C. 1045-2010, s. 4.