What can be said about one of the world's most distinctive hotels and the jewel of Quebec City? The hotel's staff, facilities and furnishings remain first-rate. I can find very little to complain about after a 3-night, midwinter stay there. I'm not usually the type who stays in 5-star hotels, but this one popped up as part of a package deal here on Expedia, and since I remembered staying here as part of a high school French class trip back in the '70s, I decided to go for it. The front desk persuaded us to upgrade to what she described as a larger room with a sitting area and better view, but it just turned out to be an extra spacious room with a sofa in it, and probably wasn't really worth it, although at C$20/night, it wasn't a big deal. All it really meant is the TV was quite far from the bed, making watching it a bit difficult. It was a sixth-floor room a few steps from the pool, spa and gym, so that did make it extra convenient to go there, which we did most afternoons after we'd had our fill of the cold and snow outdoors. There was some sort of pressure-washing or maintenance going on outside which started up every morning at 9, but wasn't too obtrusive, and the desk clerk did forewarn us of it. We did cause a bit of billing confusion by removing some items from the minibar fridge to put our own stuff in, and it turns out it's wired to automatically charge whenever anything is taken out, but the front desk graciously removed all the charges. All in all, a great place!
Traveller from Fort Lauderdale
Bounded by shops and restaurants, this heritage urban resort is situated on a bluff with views of the St. Lawrence River and …More
The hotel was well situated- walking distance to the old city and lots of shops and restaurants. Room was clean and comfortable. I found the parking charge pricey at $24.
I was disappointed with the check in though. I waited more than 15 minutes before it was my turn to check in. I had made a reservation and paid in full for a family of 5 (2 adults & 3 kids) about 2 weeks prior. At check-in I was informed there would be a surcharge of $60 for the 3 extra guests. I refused to pay and asked to speak to the manager. In the end, i didn't have to pay the surcharge as the 3 additional guests were children but the whole situation took about 20 Minutes to resolve. This was disappointing but the hotel was nice overall.
Steps from Old Quebec and connected to the convention center by underground passage, this green hotel offers an ideal …More
Hotel in a great location. Staff very friendly/helpful with recommendations directions/reservations. Room very spacious/clean with nice immenties. Turn down service every night was especially nice. The Auberge Saint-Antonio was perfect for our long weekend in Quebec City.
Traveller from Louisville, KY
Located in the heart of the city's Old Port, this Quebec hotel sits in a historic wharf district that was built in the 17th …More
"Twinkle Lights and Kind Staff...Incredible food!!!"
The hotel is as one expects from Starwood-wonderful. But the food was incredible, world class. The lamb shanks and polenta were amazing, sesame glazed mushrooms...who knew!! I had hamburger and it was spectacular. The bun held right till the end and it was delicious. Wonderful wine list, ambiance very spacious and not cramped with very relaxing music. There were two young staff who were a tiny bit green but bent over backwards to make sure everything was great for us. Wonderful cold perfectly mixed gin and tonic!!! Will be back again soon. Very very surprised with the incredible quality of the dining experience. Similar to a Paris Michelin . Thank you so so much. Price was similar to other resturants in Tremblant which was a nice surprise.
Traveller from Ottawa
This Mont-Tremblant Pedestrian Village resort is in the mountains, offering ski-in/ski-out access within 3 mi (5 km) of Via …More