Grab Your Bestie and Stay in One of the Best Hotels in Quebec

Best hotels in Quebec

The only French-speaking region in North America, Quebec is like no other place on the continent. The second-largest city and the capital of the province, it is more French than Montreal and keeps a European flavor throughout its architecture, shops, and festivals. If you come to visit this charming town, be sure to check out this list of best hotels to stay in in Quebec.

Manoir Hovey

Manoir Hovey Best Hotels in Quebec
Manoir Hovey

Located about 85 miles east of Montreal, along Lake Massawippi’s shores, you will find the Manoir Hovey. To provide guests with a luxurious stay, each room comes equipped with L’Occitane toiletries, flat-screen TVs, and Nespresso coffee makers. King-sized canopy bed and wood-burning fireplaces add a romantic ambience. For locally-sourced food, Le Hatley Restaurant is a must-visit according to past guests. The Tap Room Pub offers a more casual experience with comfort dishes such as burgers and homemade french fries. Prices for this 4.5-star hotel start at $292 per night.

Most popular amenities: 1 swimming pool Non-smoking rooms Pet friendly Free parking Bar

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Le Germain Hotel Québec

Le Germain Hotel Québec Best Hotels in Quebec
Le Germain Hotel Québec

Past visitors rave about the goose-down bedding, flat-screen TVs, minibars, and toiletries, not to mention the views of Old Quebec. Located in a century-old building that still has its original stone and woodwork, Le Germain Hotel Québec has amenities like a 24-hour fitness center and complimentary in-room Wi-Fi. There are numerous restaurants, boutiques, and attractions within walking distance of the hotel, including the Museum of Civilization and Place Royal. Prices for this 4.5-star hotel begin at $186 per night.

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

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Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac

Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac
Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac

The Fairmont Le Château Frontenac is a landmark hotel where guests are greeted with lavish décor and views of the St. Lawrence River. The room accommodations include cable TVs, coffee makers, and Wi-Fi access. Relax away tension at the spa, or hit the slopes for some fresh powder. Previous guests feel the close location to all of the top sites in Quebec City is what sets it apart from its competitors. Prices start at $300 per night.

Most popular amenities: 1 swimming pool Non-smoking roomswonderful Fitness Center Pet friendlyFacilities for disabled guests Room service Restaurant BarVery Good Breakfast

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Auberge Saint-Antoine

Auberge Saint-Antoine
Auberge Saint-Antoine

This 4.5-star hotel is located in Québec City’s Old Port and complements the Petit-Champlain district with elegant decor featuring century-old artifacts and modern accents. Rooms are equipped with minibars and coffee machines, and bathrooms are equipped with heated floors and no-fog mirrors. Recent guests raved about the warm and courteous hotel staff.

Chez Muffy offers intimate dining and stunning views of the St. Lawrence River. They offer farm-to-table French-Canadian dishes. For more casual dining, Bar Artefact dishes up poutine and sandwiches.

The hotel offers a private movie screening room, Le GYM fitness center, and private spa treatment rooms. Prices start at $225 per night.

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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Besties deserve to stay in the best hotels. From luxury bedding to fancy toiletries to spectacular views, you will not be disappointed staying in the very best hotels Quebec has to offer.

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