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Standing the heart of Saint-Roch, the stylish TRYP by Wyndham Quebec Hotel Pur is aimed at the modern traveler, and is an ideal choice for business and leisure guests alike. Clean lines, and a sleek and minimalistic decor scheme encompasses all the spaces within the hotel. Flowing white spaces characterize the guest rooms that afford stunning views of the city. Sleek design furniture, luxurious bath tubs, minibar and wireless internet are just some of the creature comforts on offer. Savor delectable Asian and American specialties at Table, the hotel's signature restaurant. Business guests will appreciate the thoughtful array of services including the fully-equipped business center and meeting spaces on offer. Check website for bookings and more.
Hilton Québec is a modern, convention-oriented hotel, ideally situated just outside the city walls. It offers great views of Vieux-Quebec and the Saint Lawrence River, and boasts an underground link to the National Assembly and Place Quebec. With everything you would expect from a Hilton establishment including an ideal location, between the Old Town and the Grande Allée, this is a good choice for business and leisure travelers alike.
A cozy warmth pervades Hôtel Manoir Victoria, located in the heart of Old Quebec, from the soothing Spa du Manoir offering expert body and esthetic care to the opulence of La Table du Manoir restaurant. With a unique European style and facade showcasing the typical Old Quebec architecture, the 4-star hotel offers 156 rooms and suites, and eight meeting and function rooms that can accommodate up to 175 people. Specialty packages are available. Check website for full information. For more information, check website or call +1800 463 6283.
The grand Château Frontenac is not only the most recognizable feature of the Quebec City skyline, it holds the Guinness World Record for being the "most photographed hotel in the world". Perched on a hill overlooking St. Lawrence River, the monumental chateau-style hotel was custom built in 1893 for the Canadian Pacific Railway as a luxury resort. The original hotel was designed by Bruce Price and completed by William Sutherland Maxwell who added the iconic central tower in 1924. Although not the tallest, Château Frontenac dominates the city skyline with its peculiar silhouette; an undeniably exalted example of Victorian Architecture. The hotel is now the Fairmont Le Château Frontenac, featuring over 600 guestrooms of varying sizes, each luxuriously appointed and many offering incredible views over the St Lawrence River.
This impeccably appointed property offers spacious, luxurious guest rooms in an atmosphere of cutting-edge interior design. Housed in the former Dominion Fish and Fruit Building, which dates from 1912, the Hôtel Dominion 1912 offers incredible views over Place Royale, the Vieux Port and the St Lawrence River. Guests enjoy breakfast in the charming courtyard or in the rooms by the fireplace. Business travelers will also enjoy data ports, ergonomic chairs and desks in each room. For more information, check website or call +1888 833 5253.