Quebec is the second populous province that covers the eastern and central parts of Canada. It is also the only province that has French as its sole official language. The name “Quebec” is derived from Algonquin word means “where the river narrows”. The climate in Quebec is generally cold and humid. Quebec has become an economically influential province in Canada. Listing down the top 5 hotels for accommodation in Quebec that holds good for your vacation or professional trip.
Auberge Saint Antoine
Auberge Saint Antoine is located in the Old Port, the area facing St. Lawrence River. This is a Relais and Châteaux property inhabiting three historic buildings joined together. Each of the three buildings and structures still stands today as part of the Auberge Saint-Antoine story that has its great historical significance. Some precious items were documented and restored by the conservation center and are now on the display of the hotel. These artifacts symbolize a tribute to more than three centuries of Quebec history. Their contemporary decor seems impressive with contrast grey couches, striped cushions with pops of red color around. All the rooms are unique and some of it has a view of the St. Lawrence River on one side and the courtyard on the other. A total of 95 rooms, wherein each room is spaced out for about 300 square feet. Comfort, luxe, luxe river view, luxe terrace, Suite, and Panorama Suite are some of its categories where you can choose your type of room which suits your specifications. Being a boutique property, you can enjoy authentic hospitality and farm to fork dining. Each room is available from a price range starting from CA$255 that extends up-to CA$1450 per day.
Their signature French – Canadian, farmhouse-inspired restaurant that has its local farmers, fishermen, and producers being an integral part of food being prepared and served to their guests. The other restaurant is The Bar Artefact that serves you some of the city’s top cocktail menus with mesmerizing interiors and views.
Hotel Le Concorde Quebec
Le Concorde is a skyscraper property in Quebec City. It is constructed in the year 1970 by Marcel Adams, a wealthy businessman who owned a company named Development Iberville. This hotel is the landmark of the mythical Grande Allee Avenue. This property is located amidst all the main tourist attractions and important business points of the city. Hotel Le Concorde has 21 floors with 406 rooms in total. With wide ranges of rooms and suites they offer high-class accommodation for travelers who are on a business trip, vacation, and also for couples. Rooms and suites situated on the highest floor serve a panoramic view over the Plains of Abraham, the St. Laurent River, and Quebec City. Le Concorde charges from CA$189 up-to CA$800 daily. The in-house guests can enjoy their indoor pool and spa.
This hotel is known for its revolving restaurant – Ciel, which is situated at the top floor of the hotel and offers a 360-degree view of the Quebec City and St Lawrence River. This restaurant has its open kitchen where you can experience live cooking of your food. The other restaurant is the JAJA, where you can enjoy a wide spread of breakfast, lunch, dinner, and cocktail menu.
Hotel 71 is an urban class property situated at a prime location in Quebec City’s old port district. This hotel is also one of the properties that are situated amidst popular attractions of the city. Hotel 71 serves best in class interiors from the moment you step into their lobby. It is designed in a manner where you can relax before and after you head for your work or sightseeing. Their wine and cocktail dispenser urges you to have a sip of it and spend some time with your dear ones. Hotel 71 has its own Espresso lounge at its lobby level. This would surely be not to miss amenities in the hotel. You can get wide ranges of espresso, cappuccinos, and Americanos. You can also purchase your favorite coffee products from their boutique. Wide ranges of stay options are available at Hotel 71. With a total number of 60 rooms which are classified as Classic, superior, deluxe, suites, junior suites, and penthouse suites, where each of the spaces out from 200 sq. Feet up-to 1200 sq. feet depending on their type and model. Their charges per day for a room/suite range from CA$200 up-to CA$ 1250.
Their in-house II Matto Restaurant is specialized in its finest authentic Italian cuisine. They have a wide range of food menu that emphasizes comfort food for almost everyone who visits their place. Any Italian wine selection will accompany your food on the menu. They also offer a wide range of grappas. One of the classic amenities of hotel 71 is their automatic wine dispenser, that serves handpicked imported wines and is open all time of the day and night.
Hotel Le Germain Quebec
Hotel Le Germain is a century-old building in Quebec City’s Old Port. This is also one of the luxurious and warm hotels in the city. This hotel is constructed within two historic buildings. This property is a classic antique masterpiece with a modern touch. They have best in class amenities that make them unique compared to other properties around. Their rooms are classified as classic, signature, and prestige.
The rooms space out from 250 sq. feet to 1200. Sq. feet depending upon the type which we choose. Hotel Le Germanic offers a free continental style breakfast buffet for their guest and is included for every stay opted. The hotel charges Starts at CA$200 daily.
They offer in-room massage, Nespresso coffee machine, and free coffee capsules as a part of their amenities. They also have an espresso bar and offer free cappuccino for their guests to relax at the main level. A lounge with a fireplace and bar service is available.
Fairmont Le Château Frontenac
The Fairmont Le Chateau hotel is one of the historic hotel, located in Old Quebec. This property is currently managed by Fairmont hotels and resorts. Fairmont Le Château is opened in 1893 and contains 18 floors. This hotel holds 611 rooms and suites in total. 8 of it is specially renovated as a specialty themed rooms. This hotel has an elegant touch of the history of Europe. Fairmont has breath-taking views of St. Lawrence River and architecture of Old Fort city designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. The room classifications are as follows – gold city view room, gold river view room, Gold signature room, junior suite and gold suite spread out at a size of 275 sq. feet to 785 sq. feet. They have a wide range of food options with a couple of specialty restaurants and bar lounge. Champlain Restaurant is one of those which has a wide range of continental and Italian menu. Place Dufferin is another restaurant that serves only a breakfast menu for the in-house guests. Their pricing for a day stays starts from CA$300.