Quebec City Hotels
The hotels below have been grouped into three pricing categories:
Luxury (over C$200)
Moderate (C$100 to C$200)
Cheap (up to C$100)
These prices are based on the lowest standard rates for a double room, excluding taxes and excluding breakfast, unless otherwise specified.
A hotel tax of 3%, as well as GST (goods and services tax) of 5% and TVQ (Quebec sales tax) of 7.5%, are added to all hotel bills in Quebec City.
This delightful boutique hotel facing the St Lawrence River in Lower Town is a great place to absorb Quebec's history. Not only is it situated next to the Musée de Civilisation, but artefacts uncovered in the hotel's construction are artfully displayed in the corridors and sunken lobby bar, as well as in the 95 stylishly comfortable rooms and suites (with river views, fireplaces and/or terraces), including suites in the 19th-century Maison Hunt. As well as top restaurant Panache, the hotel, which has made the Conde Nast Traveler Gold List several times, includes a cinema-style auditorium.Address: , 8 rue Saint-Antoine, Quebec City,
Telephone: +1 418 692 2211.
Fairmont Le Château Frontenac
The grandest of Quebec City's hotels is the city's chief landmark, a red-brick, mock-medieval tower topped by a steep copper roof and perched on the edge of the cliff overlooking the St Lawrence. Its 611 rooms have benefited from a multimillion dollar refurbishment project; each stately and grand in appearance if occasionally a bit small, but that's made up for by the prime location, with its gastronomic Le Champlain restaurant and Le Café de la Terrasse overlooking the scenic Dufferin Terrace promenade.Address: , 1 rue des Carrières, Quebec City,
Telephone: +1 418 692 3861
Hôtel Le Germain-Dominion
The 60 loft-like rooms in this warmly minimalist boutique hotel are full of nice touches like blown-glass basins lit from beneath, chunky wooden blinds (revealing terrific views over the St Lawrence River from the upper floors) and home comforts like down duvets and bathrobes. Breakfast (included in the price) is served at large communal tables, a reception area and two meeting rooms cater to business needs and there's a complimentary cappuccino/espresso bar. The staff provide discreet, impeccable service.Address: , 126 rue Saint-Pierre, Quebec City,
Telephone: +1 418 692 2224.
Auberge Place d'Armes
Some of the rooms in this small inn on the pedestrianised stretch of rue Sainte-Anne have views onto the Château Frontenac and Holy Trinity Cathedral. Inside, the historic building is revealed in exposed brick walls enlivened by homely furnishings, enhanced by modern touches like free high-speed Internet. Free continental buffet breakfast is served in the main floor restaurant, Le Pain Béni. The hotel won the Grand Prix du Tourisme Québécois 2006 for outstanding service and facilities in its category.Address: , 24 rue Sainte-Anne, Quebec City,
Telephone: +1 418 694 9485
Hôtel Manoir Victoria
This comfortable 4-star hotel, just up the hill from the train station, is tucked discreetly behind the main shopping street in the Old Town and is handy for exploring the sights. Low-key lighting and thick carpets give a hushed feel and the 156 well-appointed rooms and suites, done up in earth tones, are a good size. For relaxing there is a pool, sauna, fitness room and spa treatments.Address: , 44 côte du Palais, Quebec City,
Telephone: +1 418 692 1030.
Le Clos Saint-Louis
The lavish attention to detail in these joined mid-19th-century townhouses makes staying here a treat. Gorgeous antiques feature in the elegant parlour and dining room (where a free continental breakfast is served in low season), and they make an appearance in the 18 bedrooms as well, where area rugs soften the hardwood floors, and televisions are hidden away in armoires to preserve the romantic Victorian atmosphere. This hotel is a gem! But don't just take our word for it: thousands of travellers on the Tripadvisor website once voted it Best Hidden Gem in Canada.Address: , 69 Rue Saint-Louis, Quebec City, G1R 3Z2
Telephone: +1 418 694 1311.
Auberge Internationale de Quebec
Located within the fortified walls of Old Quebec, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the largest hostel in the province boasts 266 beds - both shared and private - plus laundry facilities, TV room, computer kiosks and a café-bistro.Address: , 19 rue Ste Ursule, Quebec City, G1R 4E1
Telephone: +1 418 694 0755
Hotel Le Cavalier du Moulin
This 19th century property in Old Québec is blessed with historic character and charm. Located just a stone's throw from many of the city's most iconic sights, some of the rooms come preserved with their original stone walls and fireplaces, and all are equipped with air-conditioning and free Wi-Fi.Address: , 58 rue Saint-Louis, Quebec City, G1R 3Z3
Telephone: +1 418 692 0697.
Le Manoir des Ramparts
This hotel, located in the heart of Old Québec, might not win any prizes for design, but it offers very reasonable accommodation at a very decent price, and some rooms have an exceptional view of the St Lawrence River and Laurentian Mountains. Most of the 34 bedrooms have a private bathroom, television and telephone, but eight budget rooms have shared shower and toilet facilities. Continental breakfast is included in the price.Address: , 3 1/2 rue des Remparts, Quebec City, G1R 3R4
Telephone: +1 418 692 2056.