Bounded by shops and restaurants, this heritage urban resort is situated on a bluff with views of the St. Lawrence River and Quebec City's Old Town, near the Gare Fluviale de Québec, and one block from a historical 19th-century fortress.
Located in Centre-Ville, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Martello Tower, Battlefields Park, and Parliament Building. Place Royale and Citadelle of Quebec are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Located in Old Quebec, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Le Capitole and Parliament Building. Citadelle of Quebec and Place Royale are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Located in the heart of Quebec's revitalized St Roch historic district, this hotel is near the hip downtown strip of shops, eateries, and nightlife.
Located in Ste. Foy, this eco-friendly hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Laurier Quebec, Place de la Cite, and University Laval Hospital. Place Sainte-Foy and Quebec Aquarium Park are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Situated in Saint-Gabriel-de-Valcartier, this cabin is 5.9 mi (9.5 km) from Village Vacances Valcartier and 12.2 mi (19.6 km) from Club de Golf Stoneham. Club Nautique Lac St-Charles and Marais du Nord are also within 16 mi (25 km).
In a renovated 19th-century building with dramatic modern decor, this boutique hotel is centered in lovely Old Québec, just 1 block from the St. Lawrence River and the Old Port.
Located in Ste. Foy, this hotel is 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from Laurier Quebec and 1.3 mi (2.1 km) from Laval University. Place de la Cite and University Laval Hospital are also within 10 minutes.
Visit Québec on your next holiday. Founded in 1608, Québec is Canada's oldest city and is filled to the brim with Old World charm. There's a very European feel to it all; you only need to walk through the narrow cobblestone streets to feel as if you were transported to a different time. Book your flights to Québec, and you'll be exploring the nooks and crannies of "La Vieille Capitale" in no time at all.
Québec is truly one of the most beautiful cities in North America. See for yourself by beginning your trip at Old Québec—a UNESCO world-heritage site. Walk along the picturesque streets, and take a ride on a horse-drawn carriage; be sure to visit the Citadel—a 300-year-old fortress—while you're in Old Québec. After you've toured the grounds, check out the Citadel's corresponding museum to learn more about Québec's storied past. Be sure to take a stroll through Terrasse Dufferin for the best views of the St. Lawrence River, and afterward, rest and relax by staying at one of the lovely Québec hotels found nearby.
Starting to get hungry? Go to Quartier Petit Champlain. You'll find quaint storefronts, cafes, and bistros in this remarkably beautiful area, with sumptuously cooked duck or rabbit that is sure to delight. Or if you're feeling less adventurous, you can just as easily sample some wines, with a selection of cheeses and cold cuts, at a classic bistro. After you've had your fill of delicious food, stop by Nouvo Saint-Roch—Québec's most cutting-edge neighborhood—to hang out at all the coolest clubs. You'll definitely have a blast. When you're done partying till dawn, head back to your hotel to get some beauty sleep. Hotels in Québec are known for their dedication to comfort.
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If you are looking for cheap hotels in Quebec City, consider staying in one that is not centrally located. The city is easy to navigate, so you'll never feel far from the action. For example, hotels near the Cap Tourmente National Wildlife Area offer convenient access to the eastern city suburbs and Ile d'Orleans, the island in the St. Lawrence river just off the bank of Quebec City. Another good place for affordable hotels in Quebec City is near St-Roch, a lively downtown area with plenty to do. Some of the most elegant hotels are located in the historic district and offer great views looking down over the rest of the city.
One of the most popular sights in Old Quebec is the Chateau Frontenac, which was built in 1620 as a colonial residence for the French governors. The modern city also has a lively nightlife. Try heading to the trendy clubs around Rue Saint Jean or at the foot of the Plaines d'Abraham. If you come during the winter, you can even book a dog sled for a fun day out in the snow. During warmer times of the year, why not try one of the many golf courses close to the city?
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