It began in 1947 when Danny and Adeline DeGrace opened a guest home on Chaleur Beach and began accommodating overnight guests during the summer months.
In 1951, four cabins and a small roadside diner specializing in hamburgers and homemade pies, set the place for the establishment. The quality of food service allowed the business to enjoy continuous growth throughout the years.
From this very modest start, Danny’s Hotel Suites Events centre grew to a 5000 sq ft Events Centre, favored local restaurant with beautifully landscaped grounds and gardens and comfortable guestrooms.
Throughout its history Danny’s has hosted, on various occasions, prominent guests including Canadian Prime Ministers, Premiere’s, Lieutenant Governors, hockey hall of famers, famous musicians, and more.
Because of its event facility capacities and multitude of services Danny’s has been a preferred wedding destination for over 1,800 couples on their auspicious wedding day.
Danny’s has been an important employer in the Chaleur Region employing family members spanning generations.
In March 2016 the Northern Light local community newspaper reported that Danny’s was voted by local residents as the area’s Best Overall Restaurant, Best Restaurant for a Romantic Dinner, and Best Desserts in town.
In 2016, Danny's has been sale and today, under new ownership Danny's will continue the tradition by offering high quality accommodations, food and service.
The hotel has undergone major renovation since October 2016 and will offer in 2017 year of it 70th anniversary, a beautiful new modern space to visit and enjoy.
- To be an industry leader by serving our guests in the true tradition of Maritime hospitality.
- To cultivate customer loyalty by listening to, caring about and providing them with superior accommodation and excellent dining services.
- To attract, develop and retain a team of professionals by promoting a high level of ethics, excellence and innovation, and by providing a safe and pleasant workplace.
- To be sensitive and responsive to environmental concerns and to be an asset to our community.