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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.
A comparatively modern property at 125 years old, this beautiful Victorian gray-stone was originally built by the Ursuline Nuns. Hosts keep the eleven traditionally-decorated rooms accented with period furnishings and distinctive woodwork;although some, it should be noted, are very small. Romantics will appreciate rooms with wood-burning fireplaces and a charming rooftop terrace looking north over the city to the Laurentian Mountains. Located in one of the most romantic quarters of Quebec, just steps from the Rue du Trésor, Hôtel Marie-Rollet is an ideal and reasonably priced hideaway.
Le Chateau de Pierre is located in the heart of Old Quebec, just 2 minutes' walk from Le Chateau Frontenac. Characterized by its English Colonial style, this hotel offers free WiFi. Le Chateau de Pierre features non-smoking guest rooms with a private bathroom and air conditioning. A 32-inch flat-screen cable TV and free local calls are also available in each room. Guests can enjoy a continental breakfast each morning, with surcharge. A private flower garden provides an ideal place to relax in the afternoon. The hotel is 2 minutes’ walk from the Dufferin Terrace and 7 minutes’ walk from the Citadelle of Quebec. In the surrounding area, you can find a variety of other historic sites, boutiques and Quebec Winter Carnival activities.
Built more than 170 years ago, Hôtel Au Jardin du Gouverneur is named after the beautiful park that it faces. The large stone house offers 17 rooms decorated in a contemporary style and a suite with a lovely view overlooking the Saint Lawrence River. Its closest neighbor is the Château Frontenac and the premises are located minutes away from the Dufferin Terrace boardwalk. It is also convenient to the Parliament Building and the Convention Center.
One of the oldest hostels in Quebec, Auberge de la Paix has been welcoming backpackers to the city since 1972. The hostel occupies a charming historic building in the heart of Old Quebec, and is ideally located to explore its numerous attractions. Within its eight dorms, the hostel can accommodate up to 48 guests, with the largest room capable of holding eight. If you're uncomfortable with the idea of sharing rooms, the hostel also offers five private accommodations. Decorated in bright pastel shades, the hostel interiors reflect the youthful vibe of its guests. An equipped kitchen, computer facilities and wireless internet add great value during your stay. Guests can unwind and socialize at the leafy courtyard. Check website for bookings and more.
These convenient apartments are an interesting alternative to a hotel stay for businessmen and travelers looking for comfort and privacy. All of its rooms in a Victorian-style building are available for rent by the day, week, or month. Comfortable, quiet, and stylish, Manoir Sainte Geneviève are located in the heart of the Old City, just a short walk from museums, historical landmarks, cafes and restaurants. The premises also afford a great view of the Saint Lawrence River. For more information, check website or call toll free at + 1 877 694 1666.