Hotels in Quebec City

Luc-Antoine Couturier

Quebec City has all types of hotels, but the most well-known is probably the Hogwarts-like Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac. It’s a stunning landmark th... Read More

Quebec City has all types of hotels, but the most well-known is probably the Hogwarts-like Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac. It’s a stunning landmark that’s synonymous with the city. The region’s history comes through in many of the other elegant hotels dotted around the city, such as the pre-First World War building that plays host to Hotel Le Germain-Dominion or the archaeological finds on display at Auberge St-Antoine. From Herculean 600-room grande dames to quaint corner boutique hotels, there’s great choice and care in the city’s hospitality.

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  • Auberge Place d'Armes

    This hotel is supremely well-located—it's flanked by the Dufferin terrace on one side and Petit Chaplain, North America's oldest neighborhood, on the... Read More

  • Auberge Saint-Antoine

    Before the Auberge Saint Antoine was built, an archaelogical dig on its site unveiled hundreds of historic artifacts dating as far back as the 1600s.... Read More

  • Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac

    Fairmont's Le Chateau Frontenac is such a Quebec landmark that the hotel runs tours for those who aren't staying there. After a grand refurbishment at... Read More

  • Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu

    Set an hour and fifteen minutes from Quebec City in the Charlevoix region, this resort property is a destination in itself. Located in the rugged peaks... Read More

  • Hotel 71

    Once the head office of the National Bank of Canada, this 60-room boutique hotel offers contemporary rooms and sweeping views of Quebec's cobbled nooks... Read More

  • Hotel Clarendon

    First opened in 1870, the hotel is built around a central courtyard—rooms, with antique furnishings, either overlook the courtyard or have views of the... Read More

  • Hotel de Glace

    First opened in 2001 just outside Quebec City, this ice hotel is only open during the winter. The 44 rooms and suites are redesigned every year; the... Read More

  • Le Germain Hotel Quebec

    Le Germain couldn't be more ideally situated: it's five minutes from the renowned Citadel, less than 10 from the Musee National des Beaux-Arts and... Read More

  • Les Monastere des Augustines

    This 65-room sanctuary, which combines science and healing, has undergone at $40 million renovation. The venue's history goes back to 1639 when a group... Read More

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