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M. Jacques Cote acquired in 1982 the Maison Acadienne. In 1995, he bought the 45 St-Ursule Street with the aim of renting apartments. In June 2001, M. Jacques Cote hands business management to his son and daughter, Jean-François and Valérie.

Since then, the new owners have made several acquisitions. In November 2001, they bought the Chateau Grande-Allee, located at the 601 Grande-Allee East, an establishment with 30 rooms. Located on St-Ursule Street,

The l’Ermitage Hotel is the next addition to the group of hotels in February 2002. At last, in May 2004, they bought the studios, which are located on 52 St-Ursule Street. Since 2004, these establishments have been grouped under one banner: the Nouvelle-France Hotels.

In May 2005, the Rivoli restaurant is added to the group. In 2007, the Auberge la Caravelle (hotel and restaurant) became the Louisbourg Hotel and the Feu Sacre restaurant.

Finally, in May 2008, they added 8 luxurious rooms at the Chateau Grande-Allee, which brought the total amount of rooms to 38. The name of this hotel is then changed to Le Grande-Allee Hotel et Suites.