Hotel and staff are excellant a pleasure to have been there
Total five days and nights all really nice
Reastaurant and bar very nice
Food presentaion and selection beautiful
Steaks ordered presented beautifully but infortunatly were quite sinuey
Overall food very good
Traveller from barrie ont
Located in Old Quebec, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Le Capitole and Parliament Building. Citadelle …More
We initially booked a standard double room which was located in the Louisberg portion of the hotel down a side alley next to the Acadia. The room was very small, but would have sufficed for a 1 or 2 night stay. However we were booked in for 7 nights. Amenities were poor and the decor was shabby, so we requested an upgrade the next morning. The hotel staff were most accommodating and found us a studio suite which was twice the size of the standard double room and better equipped. The kitchen facilities allowed us to prepare basic meals and this saved us an average of $20 a day by not having to buy breakfasts.
The room was by no means perfect and had its faults-the fridge was noisy during the night for example and we could not get a Wi-Fi connection no matter what we tried, but the building was old and you expect minor issues.
Traveller from Tetbury, Gloucestershire
Located in Old Quebec, this romantic hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Ursulines de Quebec Museum, Place Royale, and …More
Stayed for 4 nights. I think this was the quietest room I've ever stayed in. Good sized rooms, location was awesome for exploring upper and lower Quebec City. We ate at the restaurant our first night; wait staff accommodated us on a Friday night even without a reservation. Food was awesome; continental breakfast was fresh - loved their yogurt. Probably not a place for children, but for couples was just tight. Would absolutely return and stay at Hotel 71.
Traveller from US
This family-friendly Quebec hotel is located in the historical district, just steps from Museum of Civilization and Place …More
From the moment that we entered the hotel we were greeted by a warm friendly staff that were happy to assist us with getting settled in. There is a bar off the lobby that offers live music, big comfy booths, and these little quiet corners that have private seating and fireplaces. There is a restaurant called Panache in the hotel that we tried for breakfast and everything there was great!! The scrambled egg was the best that I had ever ordered!! We also made it over to the gym for a bit on a rainy afternoon and it was really nice, but wished we had booked a massage in the spa instead. The hotel, the staff, and the location were all perfect and will look forward to our return. If you can stay over on a Wednesday night, they provide a really nice a wine and cheese party for the guests. Great way to chat with other guests and meet some of the staff. We meet the owner Mrs. Price and she was wonderful.
Traveller from US
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
My 3 night stay at Hotel Clarendon was a pleasant and relaxing experience. From the concierge who was always most helpful to the breakfast staff, I was never let down. The room was clean and comfortable with plenty of pillow and bath towels. The view was fabulous. Check in went well even though I had to wait until 4pm when the room became ready. They kindly held my luggage and had suggestions for parking. The breakfast bufffet was extensive and deliciously inviting. Kudos to Tina the hostess who was grace under pressure at all times.
Traveller from Maine
Built in 1870, this historic Art Nouveau and Art Deco hotel is located in Old Québec, 1 block from the Château Frontenac.More
Located in the old town, walking distance from everything. Beautiful gardens and a serene escape is possible. The rooms are simple but very comfortable. The breakfast offering is great (but not for bacon lovers).
They seek to provide an oasis, so no TV in your room, telephones or other electronics. A wonderful break for sure.
Traveller from ottawa, ontario
Set in a former Augustine monastery in the heart of Old Quebec, this 17th-century property has been sensitively restored to …More
With cobblestone walkways and 17th century architecture, Old Quebec comprises the fortified area of Quebec City. The Musee de la Civilisation features exhibits that trace the province's history as a fur-trading colony to present day. Place Royale, the heart of the city in the 17th and 18th centuries, is home to the Eglise Notre-Dame-des-Victoires, the oldest stone church in Québec.