Overlooking the majestic St. Lawrence River, Quebec’s European character and varying elevations serve up one-of-a-kind charm.
The appealing size of this not-quite-big city, its historic treasures and its proximity to wide-open spaces make it a destination that’s at once relaxing and invigorating. And, naturally, the beauty of Old Quebec lies at the heart of it all. Wandering its cobblestone streets beneath snowy skies is nothing short of magical! Visit Quebec and discover warm and easygoing locals who are quick to share both their cultural pride and their festive spirit. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself feeling right at home.
Discover our hotels in Quebec City
Le Germain Hotel Quebec
126 Saint-Pierre Street, Quebec
Le Germain Hotel Quebec is tucked away on a picturesque little street in the heart of Old Quebec City. It’s the perfect, peaceful oasis where you can spend the day exploring the quays of the Old Port and the lovely labyrinth of city streets, then return in the evening and relax in luxurious comfort.
Alt Hotel Quebec
1200 Germain-des-Prés Avenue, Quebec
Right at the centre of an area of Quebec City that caters to both business and leisure, Alt Hotel Quebec offers a centralized location for visitors to the Old Capital, mere minutes away from Jean Lesage International Airport.
Le Germain Charlevoix Hotel & Spa
50 de la Ferme Street, Baie-Saint-Paul
Formerly known as Hotel La Ferme, Le Germain Charlevoix Hotel & Spa is a charming country hotel with an unmistakably urban feel. Nestled between the mountains and the river, it’s the ideal base from which to explore Québec’s renowned Charlevoix region, which is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, Check in for an unforgettable family vacation or wonderful romantic getaway.
15 minutes from downtown Quebec City, Île d'Orléans is known for its scenery, its producers such as Cassis Monna & Filles, Vignoble Ste-Pétronille and La Fromagerie de l'Isle d'Orléans and its fertile land,
Stadaconé Distillery offers a unique immersive experience that allows you to enjoy artisanal spirits as they were crafted in the early days of global exploration.