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Quebec City Marriott Downtown is located in Place d’Youville in Quebec City, at the Saint-Jean Gate. It features an on-site restaurant, fitness center and in-room tea and coffee. Friendly staff. Good restaurant. Comfortable rooms. Great location.
Hôtel Palace Royal is located in Quebec City, 984 feet from Morrin Center. The hotel has a hot tub and indoor pool, and guests can enjoy a meal at the restaurant. The structure , the rooms ver nice
This hotel is located within a 5-minute walk of the walled city of Old Quebec. The hotel features a heated outdoor pool and offers sight-seeing tours of the area. Great view from window as you can see old Quebec.
Within the 18th-century fortified walls of historic Quebec City's Latin Quarter, this charming European-style hotel offers comfortable accommodations, friendly service and easy access to area... The location of the hotel was excellent.
Built in 1850, this historic property is in Old Québec, just a 5-minute walk from Château Frontenac and Citadelle de Québec. It has free Wi-Fi. This is such a good place to stay, definitely I recommend it.
Located next to the Governors Garden and offering a beautiful view of the St. Lawrence River, this Quebec City hotel occupies a former mansion that was built in 1830. Well located , small rooms clean. Old style
Hotel Jardin du Gouverneur is located in Old Québec City. Free in-room WiFi is included. Guest rooms provide cable TV. Select rooms overlook the St-Lawrence River or the Governor Garden. A comfortable, warm and friendly abode perfectly located close to the Chateau overlooking a...
Built in 1876, this property is 1148 feet from the Parc de l’Esplanade where the city’s historic Citadel is located. Free Wi-Fi is available in public areas. Location, charm and friendly staff.
Featuring a bar, terrace and views of city, Hotel Manoir Morgan is located in Quebec City, a 3-minute walk from Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac. The location was excellent! So many restaurants and stores nearby, right beside chateau Frontenac,...
Located in Quebec City, a few steps from Morrin Centre, Les Lofts Ste-Anne features rooms with city views and free WiFi. Location, cleanness, facilities, etc
Inside the fortified walls of Old Quebec, steps from legendary Frontenac Castle, this hotel is in the heart of the city and offers stylish rooms complete with modern amenities. Perfect location in old Quebec, few steps of Château Frontenac and the beautiful promenade.
This gay men exclusive hotel in downtown Old Quebec is across the street from Parc de l'Artillerie. It features a jacuzzi, sauna, steam bath and solarium. Nice breakfast. Great location. Onsite parking. Very friendly staff. Loved the room.
This hotel is only minutes from Citadelle of Quebec and a 2-minute walk from Château Frontenac. It features free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Perfect small hotel. Very clean.
This hotel is located in Old Quebec and is a 5-minute walk of Citadelle de Quebec. The hotel features a rooftop terrace and free Wi-Fi in every room. Well maintained and clean. I like it.
Le Chateau de Pierre is in the heart of Old Quebec, just a 2-minute walk from Le Chateau Frontenac. Characterized by its English Colonial style, this hotel offers free Wi-Fi. Wonderful location close to the Chateau Frontenac, very friendly welcome from the hosts, will...
This modern European-style hotel in Quebec City overlooks the St-Lawrence River and is one block from the Citadelle de Quebec. A continental breakfast buffet is available at a cost. Charming hotel with wonderful staff.
Attractively set in the Saint-Jean Street district of Quebec City, Monsieur Jean, Vieux Québec is located 984 feet from Morrin Center, 984 feet from Basilique Cathedrale Noter Dame de Quebec and 1969... Decor of rooms and location of hotel were stellar!
This hotel is in the walled city of Old Quebec and is within a 6-minute walk of the Fontaine de Tourny. The hotel is attached to a restaurant and theater. A hotel with a difference. Very elegant. Lovely staff. Would definitely recommend.
Ideally located in Old Quebec, this heritage property features views of the St. Lawrence River. The on-site restaurants provide a variety of dining options, from classic to regional dishes. The whole experience was incredible. The hotel is right in the middle of Old Quebec.
Featuring 2 restaurants and an indoor pool, Hotel Manoir Victoria is located in Old Quebec, 8 minutes' walk from La Gare du Palais. The hotel offers a flat-screen cable TV in every room. Loved the service at check in and out including awesome valet service - clean modern amenities
Built in 1870, this historic hotel in Old Quebec is within 2 minutes' walk of Chateau Frontenac, as well as several shops and restaurants. It offers on-site dining and room service. Location, location, location. Great room, comfy bed, great Lavazza coffee maker. Very clean
Old town is quite a walk down. Use the funicular to go at least up. The funicular is cash only. Make sure you change come money from US dollars. They will take US, but you loose out on the exchanges rate. There is no change to change money are the Exchange places.
One of the most beautiful villages I have ever been to. Has some hills. Walk down and take the funicular up. Lot's of great places to eat. Great place, Bistro 1640, near the center. Best pork chop, I ever ate. In the alley next door the have lot's of artists that sell very nice art for very little. Lot's of street musicians in the old part as well. Very friendly people here. Great food and lot's of history.
I love the way the oldest part of the city was restored to look like the original settlement. There were 2 cruise ships in the port and many, many bus tours when we were there so there were lots of tourists. This didn't take away from the charm, though.
Tourists must visit this part, giving yourself st least two to three full days to enjoy the sights, the awesome food scene taking place and must have good walking shoes.... no flip flops or cute high sandals. Very hilly cobblestone streets. Heed this warning!
Make use of the funiculaire from the promenade to lower old Quebec, for CAD 2.50 per person it saves you a lot of stair climbing! The city itself is wonderful, with lots of green spaces scattered all over, and many different neighborhoods to discover and photo ops around every corner.
During the summer there is so much to see and do in Old Quebec it is impossible to work it all in. There are the historic buildings and museums, the restaurants, the shops and art galleries but also music, fireworks, festivals, and amazing street performers. Some historic buildings are open only in the summer. Take advantage of the Information Center in the Upper Town near the Chateau Frontenac - they offer a wealth of information about a huge range of events.