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Inside the walls of Old Québec’s historic quarter lies an enchanting setting straight out of a fairy tale, with European architecture and a festive year-round atmosphere.

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Fairmont Le Château Frontenac

The iconic five-star Château Frontenac opened its doors in 1893. This charmer defines the Upper Town skyline and offers a stunning view of Dufferin Terrace and the St. Lawrence River below. It also boasts a premium health club and spa plus three restaurants, including the famous Le Champlain with a CAA/AAA four‑diamond rating. With its gorgeous seasonal decorations, Château Frontenac is especially magical in December, however I enjoyed the Frontenac in the height of summer during Festival d’été!

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Auberge Place d’Armes

Located at the crossroads of two magnificent pedestrian streets with a lovely view of Château Frontenac, Auberge Place d’Armes is the ideal spot if you’re seeking an authentic, welcoming hotel. With its French influences and brick and stone walls, the architecture has a delightfully historic feel. Start or finish your day on a festive note at French brasserie Chez Jules. And if the weather cooperates, be sure to stroll over to Rue du Trésor, which turns into an outdoor art gallery in summer.

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Hôtel Clarendon

Located in a magnificent historic building across from City Hall, Hôtel Clarendon is all elegance and charm. Established in 1870, it was fully renovated in 2019. While you’re there, be sure to stop in at Les Mordus for the fabulous fish and seafood.

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[Hôtel Manoir Victoria; photo by Claudio Valentini]

Hôtel Manoir Victoria

Just past the Saint-Jean Gates lies the beautiful Hôtel Manoir Victoria. The interior design is a mix of classic and contemporary. The Manoir Victoria also boasts an amazing fabulous indoor pool and delicious boreal cuisine served up at Chez Boulay.

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Monsieur Jean

Just steps from the famous Rue Saint-Jean lies a hotel built in the image of its founder, a self‑professed master in the art of hosting and living well. Monsieur Jean’s hotel opened in 2019 and quickly gained an impeccable reputation among travellers looking for a unique experience. The hotel is notable for its eclectic interior design, big windows, Italian showers and kitchenettes in every suite. The onsite café and grocery store stocks a vast array of local products. Bon appetit!

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[Le Capitole; photo by Guillaume D. Cyr]

Le Capitole

Le Capitole is a well‑known theatre at Place D’Youville; its hotel was completely renovated in 2019. The contemporary décor and sweeping view of the city from the seventh‑floor lobby is very impressive. With its concert venue, El Teatro II restaurant and Clubby Bar, Le Capitole is popular with culture-seeking locals and tourists alike.

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