Be Boujee in These Boutique Hotels in Quebec

Boutique Hotels in Quebec

Quebec engages all of your senses, from the mouth-watering culinary scene to the historical sites and the cobbled streets of Old Montreal. Visit old buildings repurposed into hotels, and be sure to check out the boutique hotels below.

Auberge Saint-Antoine

French-Canadian cuisine in Auberge Saint-Antoine Boutique Hotels in Quebec
Auberge Saint-Antoine

This 4.5-star hotel has received five critic awards. Rich in history, the hotel is not lacking in attention to detail in decorating, including a desk displaying pottery found during the hotel excavation. The beds are comfortable, and the room has creative storage options. The bathroom has a heated floor and bathtub. Located just a short walk to almost anywhere you want to be in the Old Town. Beautiful views from some of the rooms.

The Spa offers a variety of services including skin-pampering treatments, massages, manicures and pedicures.

Enjoy views of the St. Lawrence River as you dine at Chez Muffy, where French-Canadian cuisine is paired with more than 700 vintage wines. For a more relaxed atmosphere, Bar Artéfact offers a casual venue for light meals and cocktails and features live music regularly.

Most popular amenities: Non-smoking rooms Fitness center Pet friendlyFacilities for disabled guests Room service RestaurantTea/Coffee Maker in All Rooms BarExceptional Breakfast

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Le Germain Hotel Quebec

Hôtel Le Germain Québec Boutique Hotels in Quebec
Hôtel Le Germain Québec

This 4.5-star hotel has received three critic awards. Located in the heart of the historic Old Port district in Québec City, in the Petit Champlain area, the hotel is housed inside an old bank. It is surrounded by early colonial homes, antique shops, boutiques, and art galleries. The old city, fortress, and harbor are all within walking distance. Rooms feature classic architecture and are equipped with goose-down comforters and minibars, flat-screen TVs, and Nespresso coffeemakers. Hotel amenities include an electric vehicle charging station, free Wi-Fi, a fitness center with a gym, taxi service, meeting rooms, and in-room massage services.

Most popular amenities: Non-smoking rooms Fitness center Pet friendlyFacilities for disabled guests Room servicePrivate Parking BarExcellent Breakfast

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Le Monastere des Augustines

Le Monastere des Augustines Boutique Hotels in Quebec
Le Monastere des Augustines

This nonprofit monastery turned hotel is dedicated to holistic living and offers classes on health and nutrition. It features both authentic and contemporary guest rooms. You will sleep soundly in the comfortable antique beds in the authentic rooms, and you will enjoy larger rooms and simple furniture in the modern rooms. Get lost in a quiet, peaceful atmosphere that has no televisions.

Most popular amenities: Parking Free WiFi Non-smoking rooms Spa Restaurant Fitness center

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Ripplecove Hotel and Spa

Ripplecove Hotel and Spa
Ripplecove Hotel and Spa

Built in 1945 near Ayer’s Cliff, this Eastern Township retreat sits near Lake Massawippi. The main chalet is decorated in an English-cottage style and features 25 rooms dressed in decorative headboards, floral wallpaper and marble bathrooms. There is a stand-alone three-bedroom log cabin that has honey-colored beams and a river-rock, wood-burning fireplace. For outdoor fun, there is fishing, kayaking or boating on the lake, or take your dinner on the covered front porch.

Most popular amenities: 1 swimming poolTea/Coffee Maker in All Rooms Bar BreakfastPrivate beach area

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Between the amazing cuisine and the breath-taking views of the water, Quebec does not disappoint. Curl up with a book in front of one of the boutique hotel fireplaces, or stroll through the Old Port district and enjoy the history this beautiful area has to offer. You’ll feel so spoiled and upper class here!

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