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Hotels in Quebec City

Quebec City hotels really have the ability to be a stunning setting for your trip to Canada. They can submerge you within the charm of the Old City, or provide stunning views over the cityscape from one of the many high-rise style offerings.

Hotels in Quebec

Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac, Québec

  • 5
This luxurious chateau-style hotel is a UN World Heritage site in the heart of Old Québec offering easy walking access to all its historic sites.

Room only
£53 pppn

Hotel Manoir Victoria, Québec

  • 4
In an unbeatable location the exquisite 19th century-style Hotel Manoir Victoria stands within the walled city of Old Québec right in the heart of its historic, cultural and romantic centre.

Hotel only
£46 pppn

Hotel Delta, Québec

  • 4
Offering first-class service, this Delta Hotel has benefited from recent renovations, from the marble and fountains in the lobby to the spacious guest rooms. This is a great choice for exploring the area.

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£36 pppn

Staying in Quebec City

The French-speaking capital of Quebec is draped in a rich multicultural tapestry, and lays claim to being the only walled city north of Mexico. Old Quebec was declared a World Heritage site in 1985, meaning that the history of the area will remain intact.

The French influence is perhaps at its most beneficial for the tourist in the magnificent cuisine, from the traditional bistros to the more inventive modern restaurants, the city is renowned for its food. It also affords a certain flavour to the Quebec City's nightlife, which centres around the clubs and cafes of Rue St-Jean, Avenue Cartier and Grande-Allee.

Whether you position yourself close to the Grand Theatre de Quebec, or the Musee de la Civilisation, you can immerse yourself in the cultural and historical offerings of the city. There is the usual supply of chain hotels, twinned with family run establishments that perhaps offer a little more charm, or a certain je ne sais quoi.

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