We review the top 10 best luxury hotels in Quebec City. These include Auberge Saint-Antoine, Delta Hotels Quebec, Fairmont Le Château Frontenac, Hotel du Vieux-Quebec, Hôtel Le Germain Québec, Hotel Manoir Victoria, Hotel PUR, Le Capitole Hotel, Les Lofts Du Tresor by Les Lofts Vieux-Quebec, Quebec City, and Quebec City Marriott Downtown.
Quebec City sits on the banks of the Saint Lawrence River in Canada. Dating back to 1608, it has a long history and offers pretty stone buildings and narrow cobblestone streets lined with bistros and boutiques. While the towering Château Frontenac Hotel is perhaps the most imposing hotel in Quebec City, there are some even more exciting and heartwarming hotels hidden around the city if you care to look.
Wherever you decide to stay, in Quebec City, or elsewhere, book via our luxury travel concierge. We offer free upgrades, free breakfasts, and free perks at hotels, including the Four Seasons, Hyatt, Ritz Carlton, InterContinental, and more.
Typically, our free benefits at luxury hotels include:
- Room upgrade to next category
- Complimentary breakfast for two per bedroom
- Complimentary Welcome Gift
- $100 USD equivalent Hotel experiential credit per room per stay
- Early check-in / Late check-out, subject to availability
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
1. Auberge Saint-Antoine
Auberge Saint-Antoine is a boutique a museum hotel in the heart of Old Quebec City, a window into Quebec’s past and, we think, the most exciting and special hotel in the city. This lovely and unique hotel offers authentic hospitality, boutique accommodations, farm-to-fork dining, out-of-the-ordinary event space, and more, while surrounded by the old-world yet modern charm of this historical Quebec hotel.
Steeped in rich history, this luxury hotel is a member of Relais & Châteaux, providing contemporary amenities in 95 rooms situated in Quebec City’s historic Old Port. Located in the heart of the first city to be founded in North America, standing on an archaeological site that formerly housed wharves, cannon emplacements, and warehouses, the Auberge Saint-Antoine bears witness to the history of this important commercial and military port. Many relics from the French and English colonial times were discovered when the Auberge was built. Now they can be found among the elegant designer interior of this irresistibly charming museum hotel.
This beautiful property is renowned for having incredibly comfortable beds and a superb breakfast, with croissants that are said to be better than many in France. The entire property offers casual elegance, with a wealth of historic tributes. Original stone floors and soaring ceilings are lovingly preserved and complemented by contemporary furnishings.
If you can stretch your budget, the rooms to pick are those with a terrace. Beyond your room, the farmhouse-inspired restaurant, Chez Muffy, offers exquisite seasonal cuisine and a rustic, elegant setting for enjoying the view of the majestic Saint Lawrence River. For a leisurely drink, Bar Artefact provides the perfect setting. Spend your evenings snuggled up by one of several fireplaces and relax with a hot drink or cocktail.
2. Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac
Opened in 1893, the landmark Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac is a unique heritage urban resort and has been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site for its role in Canada’s history. A castle balanced atop a cliff over Old Quebec and the Saint Laurence River, its location offers breathtaking views of the old fortified city. Its charismatic structure includes turrets, a copper roof, elaborate gables, and historical artifacts.
This urban heritage resort will seduce you with its breathtaking views of the St. Lawrence River and the architecture of the old fortified city, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In any one of its 610 beautifully renovated guestrooms and suites, you’ll feel an elegant touch of historic Europe. Fairmont Gold is their private concierge floor or club lounge experience, featuring exclusive amenities and highly personalized service. Enjoy complimentary snacks and drinks throughout the day and into the evening.
Beyond the rooms and suites, there are three restaurants, Moment Spa, or you can unwind and swim a few laps in the indoor pool or work out in the state-of-the-art health club.
3. Hôtel Le Germain Quebec
Hôtel Le Germain Quebec is tucked away on a picturesque little street in the heart of Old Quebec. The hotel is extremely convenient as a base for exploration, located right in the heart of the action. Yet Saint Pierre Street, where the hotel is found, is pleasingly peaceful with hardly any traffic. This peaceful oasis is the perfect spot to explore the Old Port’s quays and the labyrinth of city streets.
The building itself dates back to the 1920s, and plenty of original detailing remains. Interiors are minimalist, with original features taking center stage. Enjoy high ceilings and a vast and original fireplace in the foyer and lounge area, and relax alfresco in the covered patio outside.
This boutique hotel has just 60 rooms, which include Nespresso machines, smart bathrooms with bathrobes, slippers, and Molton Brown toiletries. There’s no restaurant on-site, but the hotel provides room service from the nearby restaurant L’Echaude every evening. A generous continental breakfast buffet is available in the lobby, and in the evening, this area converts to a comfortable bar. There are plenty of good restaurants within walking distance of the hotel so you won’t go hungry.
4. Les Lofts Du Tresor by Les Lofts Vieux-Quebec
An excellent alternative to your classic hotel, particularly if you are traveling n a larger group, is a loft in Old Quebec that highlights the history of a freshly renovated 1907 building. Les Lofts Du Tresor by Les Lofts Vieux-Quebec offers spacious one, two or three-room apartments capable of accommodating up to 6 people. To make your stay even more pleasant, you all have access to the rooftop terrace overhanging the Château Frontenac and the Saint-Lawrence River.
In front of the Basilica-Cathedral Notre-Dame de Quebec, a couple of doors away from the famous Château Frontenac, located directly in front of the artists showcasing street, Les Lofts du Trésor will make you live an authentic and memorable Quebecois experience.
5. Hotel du Vieux-Quebec
While Hotel du Vieux-Quebec is only 3 stars, it is worth considering because its boutique 45 rooms (with elevator access to all rooms) is terribly convenient for exploring. The hotel’s location within the 18th-century ramparts is perfect for exploring Old Quebec, being just a few blocks from Chateau Frontenac. Surrounded by ancient stone buildings, cafes, restaurants, this hotel offers various room sizes and types and a cost-effective way of exploring Quebec without sacrificing too much luxury.
6. Le Capitole Hotel
Le Capitole Hotel houses 109 brand new rooms, suites and penthouses with floor to ceiling windows offering fantastic views across the city. The reception desk located on the seventh floor also offers stunning panoramic views of Old Quebec and opens onto The Clubby Bar.
With the opening of this new hotel, the renovation of its theatre, and the expansion of its celebrated Ristorante Il Teatro to two floors, the new Capitole in Quebec offers some of the most modern hotel rooms in the city.
7. Hotel PUR
With sleek rooms and a premier Quebec City location, Hotel PUR, a Tribute Portfolio is a downtown boutique hotel surrounded by a blend of modern and historical sites, including Old Quebec City, the Quebec City Convention Centre, and the Videotron Centre. While this hotel isn’t quite as convenient for the old city, its location downtown offers a great base for business travelers.
Spacious rooms offer plush bedding, flat-screen TVs, and complimentary Wi-Fi. Upgrade to a suite to benefit from generous living areas and panoramic views. The lobby’s Wine Bar and restaurant, Table, will keep you fed and watered. Take advantage of the indoor pool and state-of-the-art fitness center to stay active while away from home. There is also a nice sauna to unwind in.
8. Quebec City Marriott Downtown
The Quebec City Marriott Downtown places you near the Québec City Convention Centre, Château Frontenac and Université Laval near Old Quebec. Newly renovated rooms and suites offer plush bedding and flat-panel TVs. The on-site restaurant, Que Sera Sera, offers Continental cuisine, cocktails, and decadent desserts. There is also a fitness center and a trail for running.
9. Delta Hotels Quebec
Delta Hotels Quebec can be found in Quebec City’s downtown core, a short walk away from Old Quebec (Vieux-Quebec) where historic monuments still stand. Make time to visit Battlefields Park, the Civilisation Museum, and the National Museum of Fine Arts, along with the local crêperies and wine bars.
This hotel’s city center location also places the hotel next door to the Quebec City Convention Center and the business district. During your stay, sit down to flavorful meals at the newly renovated Le Bistro, get active in the fitness center, and swim all year in the outdoor pool.
10. Hotel Manoir Victoria
Located in the heart of the historic, culturally vibrant, and gastronomic activity of Old Quebec, Hotel Manoir Victoria extends a warm and friendly welcome with distinctive and recently renovated decor.
With its unique style, this 4-star hotel offers 156 rooms and suites, some of which are high-luxury units renovated in 2014 with upscale contemporary furniture and decor. The trendy atmosphere and inventive menu of Chez Boulay-bistro boréal, free high-speed Internet access, an indoor pool, a sauna, a fitness center, and indoor parking with valet service are other attractive features of this hotel. The Quebec City hotel is located within walking distance of the Quebec City Convention Centre and only a 5-minute drive from Expo Cité.
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