Featured hotels in Quebec

  • £114

    Average price per night

    Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites - Montreal Centre-ville Ouest, Montréal
    9.0 Superb 1,775 reviews
    Description Offering a sun terrace and hot tub, Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites - Montreal Centre-ville Ouest is situated in Montréal. The hotel has a sauna and indoor pool, and guests can enjoy a drink at the bar.

    "The hotel was fairly new so everything was clean and well kept. The personnel were very cordial and helpful with getting connections, schedule tours and general knowledge of the downtown area. Despite the tremendous amount of construction going on around the hotel we only noticed it when they started up in the morning. Over all it, was a fun trip. wish we had more time to stay."

    George. USA
  • £126

    Average price per night

    Courtyard by Marriott Montreal Downtown, Montréal
    9.0 Superb 1,743 reviews
    Description Located in the Montreal city centre’s business district, this hotel features an indoor rooftop pool, hot tub, sauna, fitness room and restaurant.

    "This is a wonderful hotel. It is conveniently located, and the room is spacious, clean, and comfortable. The staff is nice and helpful. The on-site restaurant is surprisingly amazing as well. They also..."

    Ken. Hong Kong
  • £105

    Average price per night

    Le Dauphin Montréal Centre-Ville, Montréal

    Le Dauphin Montréal Centre-Ville

    Downtown Montreal, Montréal

    9.1 Superb 1,176 reviews
    Description This hotel, located in the center of Montréal’s business district, is 4 minutes' walk from Bonaventure Station. All rooms are equipped with a computer with free WiFi access.

    "The service, the room, the staff... all perfect. Really love it."

    Klaribel. Puerto Rico
  • £142

    Average price per night

    Le St-Martin Hotel Centre-ville – Hotel Particulier, Montréal
    9.2 Superb 1,432 reviews
    Description Le St-Martin Hotel Centre-ville – Hotel Particulier is located above Montreal’s Underground City. An outdoor pool, located above the restaurant, is available along with free WiFi in the guest rooms.

    "Everything was very clean. Bed linen and pillows were comfy. Also liked the bedroom slippers and robes."

    Nadia. Trinidad and Tobago
  • £197

    Average price per night

    Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac, Quebec City
    9.0 Superb 2,015 reviews
    Description Situated in Old Quebec, this heritage property boasts views of the St. Lawrence River. On-site restaurants offer a variety of dining options, from classic to regional dishes.

    "Rooms a good size, facilities excellent and very friendly staff"

    Nigel. United Kingdom
  • £140

    Average price per night

    Hotel le Priori, Quebec City
    9.5 Exceptional 1,341 reviews
    Description Downtown Old Quebec City is 2 minutes' walk from this boutique hotel. Located in the house of architect Jean Baillairge, each room is uniquely decorated.

    "Location was perfect. Breakfast was excellent."

    Deborah. USA
  • £151

    Average price per night

    Hotel Manoir Victoria, Quebec City
    9.0 Superb 1,271 reviews
    Description Featuring 2 restaurants, a spa and 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.

    "Staff were extraordinary. So helpful and accommodating."

    Susan. USA
  • £68

    Average price per night

    Manoir Sherbrooke, Montréal
    9.1 Superb 1,294 reviews
    Description Situated in the heart of downtown Montreal, and only minutes from many area attractions, the historic Manoir Sherbrooke blends old-world charm with all of today's modern conveniences.

    "Firstly the staff were extremely friendly and helpful. Frederick at the front desk was excellent. He gave us lots of tips from restaurants to places of interest to visit. Provide maps and guidance. We were most appreciative. Breakfast was excellent every morning. We loved the good bread on offer. The room was great. The bed comfortable and everything clean and neat. The decore of the room was delightful and the whole hotel was beautifully done. Lovely old world place. The “happy hour” wine wall was a bit of fun. Something to do before going out for dinner. Croissants tea and coffee was always available in the salon for the guests. Thoroughly enjoyed our visit. Would recommend it."

    Anne. Australia
  • £139

    Average price per night

    AC Hotel by Marriott Montreal Downtown, Montréal
    9.0 Superb 349 reviews
    Description Set in Downtown Montréal, half way between the Quartier des spectacles and Old Montreal, AC Hotel by Marriott Montreal Downtown provides concierge services, a fitness centre, free WiFi throughout the...

    "Everything was excellent. Modern and clean. Like a setting in bathroom"

    Nhu. Vietnam
  • £83

    Average price per night

    Manoir Sainte Genevieve, Quebec City

    Manoir Sainte Genevieve

    Old Quebec, Quebec City

    9.0 Superb 107 reviews
    Description Located in Quebec City, 90 metres from Terrasse Dufferin, Manoir Sainte Genevieve has a number of amenities including a terrace and free WiFi.

    "Everything, location was great, room was fantastic with a stunning view. But most of all, the hostess was the loveliest, kindest and most warm-hearted person we’ve met in a very long time. She’s the soul..."

    Inga. Germany

Quebec highlights

The Saguenay Fjord
Kayak along the stunning Saguenay Fjord, known for its majestic cliffs and deep blue waters.
Whale Watching in Tadoussac
Take a cruise along the Saint-Lawrence River in Tadoussac, where you can spot beluga whales, sea birds and sea mammals.
Skiing in the Laurentians
A haven for ski and après-ski enthusiasts, the Laurentians is home to multiple ski resorts, including Mont-Tremblant and Mont Saint-Sauveur.
Charlevoix Scenery
Admire the rolling hills, headlands and national parks of Charlevoix, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve.
Wine Tasting in the Eastern Townships
Taste Québec’s renowned ice cider, in addition to reds and whites, along the Brome-Missisquoi Wine Route.
Montréal Festivals
Montréal hosts festivals year-round, ranging from music to comedy events. The Jazz Festival and Just for Laughs are among must-sees.
The Walled (Fortified) City of Old Québec
Discover the European roots and historic architecture of this fortified city by walking its cobblestone streets or riding a horse-drawn carriage.
Percé Rock
Marvel at Percé Rock, a sheer rock formation in the Gulf of Saint-Lawrence at the tip of the Gaspé Peninsula.
The Magdalen Islands
Explore the white beaches and red sandstone cliffs of this small archipelago before capping your evenings off with local seafood.
Sugar Shacks
Try an entirely maple menu, from maple toffee to maple-glazed ham, at one of these local maple syrup producers.

From Polar Bears to Jazz Festivals

The predominantly French-speaking part of Canada, Quebec is a fascinating region of strong contrasts. With stunning natural wildlife and European-style cities, Quebec features over 8000 lakes, 750,000 square kilometres of forests and 4 different climatic zones.

Its largest city, Montreal, is said to be the only place in the world where the sun rises in the south, due to the unconventional compass used by the locals. Its old town, Old Montreal, with its cobblestoned streets and historic buildings, is a real jewel and a definite must-see.

Head to the region’s capital, Quebec City, to admire the majestic Chateau Frontenac. Stroll along the fortification walls around romantic Old Quebec or try one of the over 300 cheeses produced in the region.

After an intense city break, there is nothing more relaxing than the vast spaces of nature, untouched by the human hand and allowing one to spot a polar bear, a moose or even a blue whale.

So whether you’re a nature lover keen on summer and winter sports, or a culture vulture hungry for music festivals and independent cinema, you will find all that and more in Quebec. Booking.com offers over 1200 properties so you can choose between hotels, motels and cosy inns.