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.
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.
Elegance might be the word that first comes to mind when describing a stay at this cozy Château Bonne Entente. This country-style property is located in Sainte-Foy. 161 beautifully decorated rooms and suites are available, as well as two restaurants and a cocktail lounge. To add to the comfort, the Bonne Entente has a health spa, or AmeriSpa, which specializes in professional massage and regenerating treatments.
If looking for a comfortable stay while in the city, check into the Lupins et Lilas Bed and Breakfast. On offer here are services and amenities to suit each traveler's need. For reservations and other information, check out their website.
Located in a residential area of Quebec City, only a short bus ride from the heart of the city, Hotel Auberge Michel Doyon offers comfortable accommodations and free parking. Select rooms offer a cable TV. Rooms come with a private or shared bathroom. High-speed internet access along with helpful concierge services is also available. Hotel Auberge Michel Doyon is situated within walking distance to a number of restaurants and shops. Guests will find easy access to public transportation leading directly to the city's main points of interest, including Chateau Frontenac.
Acacias Bed & Breakfast is located in Québec City. Within 12 minutes, you can reach Old Québec via the bus accessible at the corner of the street. Free in-room WiFi is available. Cable TV is featured in each guest room. All rooms offer a private bathroom. A hairdryer and toiletries are provided. At Acacias B&B you will find a garden, a terrace and a fully equipped communal kitchen. Montmorency Falls and the Island of Orleans are 20 minutes away by car.
Auberge Aux deux Lions is a tiny boutique style hotel that is conveniently located close to Old Quebec area. Combining style with service, the hotel rooms have brick and stone walls and one can see that attention to detail has gone into the decor. The staff is friendly and helpful and will assist you in every way possible, in addition to providing workstations, internet usage, laundry and ironing services and a lot more, making this beautiful hotel ideal for families as well as businessmen.
Located about 1.7 kilometers (1.05 miles) from Downtown Quebec, this St-Jean-Baptiste hotel boasts of 10 uniquely decorated rooms, some of which feature a private terrace and sitting area. Housed within a charming 19th-century building, Auberge Château des Tourelles comes with modern amenities such as high speed internet, air conditioning, a library and much more at extremely reasonable prices. Check the website for more details.
If looking for a comfortable stay while in the city, check into the B&B Center-Ville. On offer here are services and amenities to suit each traveler's need. For reservations and other information, check out their website. Rates vary seasonally.