This hotel exceeded our expectations, primarily because of the exceptional staff. This team goes out of their way to take care of visitors and by team I mean everyone from the desk staff to the breakfast servers. One of the staff even ran outside while we were waiting for a bus to let us know that we were on the wrong side of the street. The rooms are not huge but very comfortable and fully furnished. They have a really nice terrace with a view of the area and at night they build a pit fire and provide marshmallows for roasting. It's a cool place to enjoy a glass of wine in the evenings. We would definitely stay here again!
Traveller from Houston / New Orleans
Located in Upper Town, this romantic hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Maison Henry-Stuart and Battlefields Park. Place …More
Overall great experience. Check-in was quick, and there were no issues with language. At check-out the hotel was very accommodating by allowing us to safely leave our car and luggage until 6pm so that we could spend another day in Quebec. The location is excellent with only a 5 minute walk to shops and restaurants, and the view of the old city skyline is excellent. The rooms are somewhat dated, but they are comfortable and kept clean. I will stay here again next time I travel to Quebec and would recommend this hotel to others.
Traveller from Maine
Hilton Quebec is opposite Esplanade Park, the Gardens of the National Assembly, and the Parliament Building. It's a 10-minute …More
Sophie was wonderful! She was flexible and made us feel right at home in our stay at le widor. She helped us with anything we needed while we stayed there, such as calling taxis, recommending wonderful restaurants/ things to do, making sure we were safe. If you're looking for a safe and very welcoming stay in Québécois you should definitely consider Le Widor! I highly recommend it and would definitely stay here again if we ever go back!
Located in Grande Allee, this bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Maison Henry-Stuart and Battlefields Park …More
Upper Town, located mostly within the walls of Old Quebec, occupies the crest of Cap Diamant and overlooks the Saint Lawrence River. Most buildings are at least 100 years old and made of granite in similar styles. Great Lakes freighters and ferries can be seen from Terrasse Dufferin, a pedestrian promenade. Other Upper Town attractions include Château Frontenac and Place d'Armes.