This hotel was 20 minutes driving to Old Quebec City which is awesome because there's no many affordable options when you come close to Old Quebec. Is very quiet, modern, new, affordable, good breakfast, good service, good staff, free parking and also there are some restaurants to eat near to the hotel. There's a nice restaurant next to the hotel. You can go walking. Good food and also good price! LA CAGE SPORT BAR is something like that the name of the restaurant.
Traveller from MA
Located in the heart of L'Ancienne-Lorette, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Carie Factory Amusement …More
Kids were super happy! So score on that.
Only thing: Noisy, rooms are small for a family, hotel staff wanted to charge for play pen ...
Food at the restaurant: very good and affordable although I got charged breakfast for 8 months old who just started eating and barely eats.
Pool a bit too crowded tinny taste.
Overall good buy parents be prepared this stay is for the kids :)
Located in Ste. Foy, this spa hotel is 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Laurier Quebec and 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from Laval University. Place …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 Palais Montcalm and Parliament Building. Place Royale and …More
Lower Town, a neighborhood in Old Quebec, is the earliest site of French civilization in North America. The major streets are St-Pierre, Dalhousie, St-Paul, and, St-André. The narrow streets of Quartier du Petit-Champlain, featuring Maison Chevalier, and rue du Petit-Champlain, a pedestrian-only street lined with cafes and shops are popular with visitors.