It was a beautiful hotel, of course. But for the price, there are far better boutique hotels in vieux quebec. The lobby smelled, the staff were largely indifferent, and the rooms were nice but not that nice.
Traveller from canada
Bounded by shops and restaurants, this heritage urban resort is situated on a bluff with views of the St. Lawrence River and …More
Hotel is very nice, comfortable, with good service and amenities. We loved the location just outside the walls of the old city. We were within walking distance of most of the things we wanted to see and do and for the two times we needed to drive, we were right on the road out of town.
Traveller from Waterloo, NY
Located in Old Quebec, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Le Capitole and Parliament Building. Citadelle …More
The privacy and quiet demeanor of this hotel is unparalleled. My wife and I came to Old Quebec with another couple to attend Carnaval. To be sure, our 2nd visit to this hotel, thanks to the thoughtful recommendations, location, and helpfulness of the staff at Manoir Sur le Cap, was again nothing short of spectacular. I knew we would not enjoy the usual hustle and bustle of a large hotel like Le Château Frontenac (which we have stayed at before) with it's usual large population of unsupervised children and sports teams constantly running amuck in the lobby and hallways. Manoir Sur le Cap is truly in an ideal location. Our shared room was spotless again, which I knew would be very important to my wife, and even with the new SPREAD-OUT format for Carnaval, we were comfy and cozy when we returned everyday. Again, I wouldn't hesitate to return to Manoir Sur Le Cap with my spouse or friends for a future Carnaval. The walk through Old Quebec in winter is something that can be challenging, but with a little careful planning, we enjoyed our snowy trip.
Traveller from Maine
Located in Old Quebec, this inn is within a 10-minute walk of Le Château Frontenac and Place Royale. Citadelle of Quebec and …More
I'm American but my family has been in Québec for over 300 years. I come back to this town about once a year. Unfortunately I was in Québec for a very sad occasion. My uncle passed away. I chose this hotel because it was located next to where my grandmother's apartment was located. This is an old hotel which is been talked about my family for decades. They completely revamped it and it has all the modern necessities of the hotel. The staff have a real family feel to them and they go out of their way to make you feel comfortable. I write a lot of reviews for Expedia I give this hotel my full recommendation. Enjoy Québec on happier times but this hotel will certainly take care of you.
Traveller from Boston
Located in Old Quebec, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Parc de l'Esplanade and Parliament Building. Place Royale and …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.