Quebec City is a unique Canadian destination that is scenic, culturally rich, and full of history. While the winters here are cold and snowy, there are lots of ways to explore the city all throughout the year. To help you plan your trip, here are 10 great hotels to choose from in Quebec City.
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Le Germain Hotel Québec (Prices & Photos)
This hotel is situated in a historic building in Quebec City’s Old Port. Built in 1912, it features a mix of classic and contemporary architecture and also amenities like a lounge, fitness room, and patio. The patio is one of the best-kept secrets in Quebec City and a lovely oasis to relax and sip coffee. Free Wi-Fi and free deluxe continental breakfasts are provided for guests as well. Le Germain Hotel Québec also offers Lexus courtesy car service for guests. Come here to immerse yourself in the charm of the city and treat yourself to a little luxury on your vacation.
Auberge Saint-Antoine (Prices & Photos)
Another great luxury option in Quebec City is the Auberge Saint-Antoine, which offers boutique-style accommodations and farm-to-fork dining experiences. This hotel is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and family-owned hotel that overlooks the St. Lawrence River and offers breathtaking views. There are 95 unique rooms and suites here for guests to stay in, and you’ll be very close to the Musée de la Civilization and Place Royale when you stay at this romantic and historical venue. Chez Muffy offers French-Canadian cuisine that features the foods of local fishermen and farmers. Meanwhile, the Bar Artéfact is another onsite restaurant that features historical displays and has some of the best cocktails in the city.
Auberge aux Deux Lions (Prices & Photos)
This downtown Quebec City hotel is smaller and has just 14 unique rooms and suites. It’s a lovely and intimate place to stay while you explore the local sights. The hotel offers continental breakfast every morning and a varied buffet with croissants, eggs, fruits, and more for a fee of $10.50 per person plus tax. It also offers private onsite parking for a fee and has a locked area for bikes. When you stay here, you’ll be within 10 minutes walking distance of the fortified walls of Old Quebec and the convention center. Take a look at the hotel’s current offering of massage, gastronomic, arts, and opera packages.
Hôtel 71 (Prices & Photos)
This is a modern urban hotel in Quebec City that is trendy and has 60 contemporary rooms and suites. It’s located in what used to be the National Bank of Canada’s first head office in the city and displays 19th century neoclassical architecture. Breakfast is included with your stay, and the views from the rooftop are simply stunning. The onsite Restaurant II Matto serves Italian cuisine, Wi-Fi is free, and there is a fitness center here. For additional fees, guests can also take advantage of babysitting services, massotherapy room and services, valet parking, movie rentals, and the wine dispenser. Hôtel 71 is in walking distance of all of the must-see places in the city as well.
Fairmont Le Château Frontenac (Prices & Photos)
This is the famous and iconic luxury hotel that has undergone a multi-million-dollar renovation to celebrate its history and balance that with modern innovations. The general manager of Canadian Pacific Railway built this hotel as a stopover for railroad passengers in the late-19th century. Today, there are 611 guest rooms and suites here that will make you feel the elegance of historic Europe with Canadian touches. Whether you stay here or not, you can take a guided tour of the Fairmont Le Château Frontenac and learn about its history. Hotel guests get a discounted rate on tours. Inside the hotel, there’s also a hair salon and several restaurants that offer views of the St. Lawrence River.
Hôtel le Clos Saint-Louis (Prices & Photos)
For a romantic trip to Quebec City, consider booking a room at the Hôtel le Clos Saint-Louis. This hotel has multiple romance packages for honeymoons, anniversaries, mind/body/soul excursions, and romantic cultural experiences. The hotel feels like a Victorian mansion because it was built as such in the 19th century. Breakfast is served daily between 7:30 and 10am, free Wi-Fi is offered, pay parking is nearby, and bar service is also offered.
Hôtel du Vieux-Québec (Prices & Photos)
We also love the Hôtel du Vieux-Québec for having a convenient place to stay while exploring Old Quebec. Right outside the hotel’s door you’ll find historic stone buildings, restaurants, boutiques, and cafes. This is a great option for families traveling to Quebec City. The onsite restaurant, Le Tournebroche, offers gluten free options for travelers with dietary restrictions, and guests can receive a continental breakfast basket by 8am with fresh croissants, yogurt, and fresh fruits. Offsite parking is available for a fee and free Wi-Fi is available, but pets are not allowed here.
Hôtel Clarendon (Prices & Photos)
Hôtel Clarendon is another great local hotel if you’re looking for an upscale and elegant option for accommodations. The hotel was built in the late-19th century in an English style, so the atmosphere reflects this type of atmosphere. The hotel offers high-speed Wi-Fi and has an onsite restaurant that serves a morning buffet, Sunday brunch, and lunch menu. It’s also fun to listen to live jazz music here, and a list of upcoming performance is posted on the hotel’s website.
Hôtel le Priori (Prices & Photos)
You can also book a room at the Hôtel le Priori, which has loft-style suites that are equipped with spacious living rooms and fireplaces. This is a boutique hotel with 28 rooms that is modern and celebrates the artistic styles of Art-deco and contemporary art. Come here for a hotel stay that is chic and trendy without breaking your travel budget. Wi-Fi is available in all rooms and gastronomic packages are available.
Hôtel Manoir Victoria (Prices & Photos)
The last hotel we’ll mention here is Hôtel Manoir Victoria, which is in the heart of Old Quebec and a favorite place among foodies and spa vacationers. There are 156 rooms and suites here, the SPA du Manoir offers body and esthetic care in eight treatment rooms, and Chefs Jean-Luc Boulay and Arnaud Marchand run one of the trendiest bistros in the city here that features Nordic-inspired cuisine.