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 other. The Auberge Place d'Armes has an esteemed history, with stone walls that date back to the 16th and 17th century. The rooms are heavy on character, with exposed brick walls and one-of-a-kind artisanal furniture. The restaurant, Chez Jules, is modeled after traditional Parisian bistros, with classic dishes like a warm duck breast salad, all you can eat frogs legs (on Mondays), and escargot served with parsley butter. Breakfast is included in the room rate, there's parking on-site, and dogs are accepted.