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Built in 1830, this hotel is located in the heart of Old Quebec offering direct access to the Terrasse Dufferin and a breathtaking view over the Saint Lawrence River and the majestic Frontenac Castle. …MoreThanks to its central location you can discover the old town of Quebec all on foot! Less
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This is a small boutique hotel in an absolutely perfect location. The building is very old - they tell me it's 183 years old - and its bones to creak appropriately, but it is nicely appointed and, based on the room I stayed in, very...More
We booked this hotel based on rate, reviews, and location. This is not your standard big chain hotel. It was built in the mid 1800s and it has an eclectic mixture of decor.
Value for location steps from Vieux-Québec
Small but quaint room.
The hotel is located at a very convenient location, next to the US embassy. Somewhat quiet during nighttime. Room was okay, the cleaniness of the room was acceptable, the bed was a bit too soft. The price for the room was inexpensive.
Only reason for not getting 5 stars is no AC. I would stay again in a heart beat.
Staff friendly and bilingual.
Offer breakfast but we did not sample.
Have arrangement with local hotel to use their excersize and pool facilities for only...More
Loved this hotel right near the centre of old Quebec. The staff were helpful and friendly, the rooms clean with all of the basics, at a reasonable price. It has a lot of stairs, (my sister had to climb about 5 flights to get to...More