Auberge Saint-Antoine is a beautiful, unique hotel in the heart of the Vieux-Port. The award-winning accommodations are an upscale, chic alternative to the big-name hotels and perfect for a romantic stay in Old Quebec. The four-story building dates from 1822, originally a warehouse, the premises were completely renovated and opened as the Auberge Saint-Antoine in 1992. Guests will find many reminders of the building's history, from ceiling beams to period furniture. The gastronomic packages, allowing guests to sample several area restaurants, are quite popular.
Located just inside the fortifications of Old Quebec, Hôtel Manoir d'Auteuil exudes palpable warmth and character in its traditional decor. Hosts Jeannine and Guy Hamel preside over 27 individually decorated rooms, all of which are non-smoking and offer a continental breakfast each morning in the cozy breakfast nook. Ideally situated for visits to the Parliament Buildings, the Old Port and the nightlife of the Grande Allée, this is a perfect choice for those in search of the historic dignity for which Quebec is famous. For more information, check website or call +1866 662 6647.
Boasting one of Quebec City's most attractive facades, this very affordable European-style hotel is free of excessive frills but reserves a friendly atmosphere. Hôtel du Vieux-Québec's rustic decorated rooms include all the usual amenities, with free local calls as a bonus, while two theme rooms the Jungle Room and the Honeywine Suite, are among the city's most distinctive. Les Frères de la Côte bistro is perfect for a quick French bite or a beer after a day's sightseeing. Package deals are offered to business travelers, which offers free parking, use of a fax and copy machine and rooms with spacious work areas.
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.
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.
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.
Acadia Hotel in Old Quebec is a pleasant romantic getaway. The architecture of the hotel dates back to 1822 which gives it a historical charm. It is perfect for a mini stay in the city of Quebec. They offer rooms based on comfort and budget categories and travelers can choose depending upon their preferences. They also offer various activities packages such has horse driven carriages, spas, night life and many more. The hotel is also suitable for business travelers because it is conveniently located from the parliament hill and the convention center.
Hotel Champlain is located in the heart of Old Quebec. It is a warm and cosy hotel best suited for a short stay in Quebec. It is centrally located and has most of the attractions and landmarks of Quebec city in its vicinity. The interiors of the rooms are sound proof, well lit and extremely comfortable with queen beds and carpet flooring. The room fare includes breakfast. Parking facilities can be provided on prior booking.
Le Clos Saint-Louis is located in Old Quebec, within walking distance of Galerie D’Art du Chateau Frontenac. Free WiFi is offered. A private bathroom and cable TV are included in every air-conditioned guest room. Free toiletries and a hairdryer are also offered in the rooms. Please note that the rooms in this historic hotel are only accessible by stairs. Guests can enjoy a full breakfast every morning in the dining room at Le Clos Saint-Louis for an additional fee. Facilities include a business centre, concierge service and laundry facilities. A staff member is always available on site to answer any questions and to welcome guests. The Quebec Museum of Civilization is 15 minute' walk from the Saint-Louis Clos. The VIA Rail train station is 10 minutes' drive away.
Featuring 22 charming rooms Hôtel Louisbourg is a gem of Old Quebec. Associated with Les Hôtels Nouvelle-France, this hotel is housed within a 19th-century stone building located on rue Saint-Louis. Hôtel Louisbourg offers a range of great facilities at very reasonable rates. Check in to experience a fine blend of old-world charm and modern amenities.