Auberge Saint Antoine, Quebec City

Quebec is the epitome of Canadian-with-a-pronounced-French-accent. It has fortifications dating back to its French origins, it has Parisian-style bistros and cafés overlooking charming squares, cobbled streets and winding alleyways.

It also has Augerge Saint Antoine. This wonderful boutique hotel has taken the best of Quebec’s past and woven it into a tapestry of modern excellence. Beginning with the setting; the Auberge stands in the Old Port, opposite the St Lawrence River, on Ilot Hunt – an ancient wharf, then a gun battery and then a landing point for British merchants. Today, the auberge houses many archaeological artefacts reflecting that history. As well as all the modern refinements expected by a visitor on a luxury, tailor-made holiday to Canada. Like a dining room overlooking the river, rooms with private terraces…

Auberge Saint Antoine, at a glance

  • Classy French-style auberge in the heart of Quebec City’s Old Port
  • Choice of 95 luxurious rooms and suites
  • Superb river, courtyard or city views
  • Stylish, modern furnishings and chic décor throughout
  • Designer en suite bathrooms
  • Luxe rooms typically offer separate sitting areas, private terraces with great views, extra large bathrooms with tubs and heated floors
  • Genuine archaeological artefacts with historical references in many rooms
  • Panache Restaurant in a 19th century warehouse, with excellent wine cellar

For leisure and pleasure

  • Perfect base for exploring the UNESCO World Heritage city
  • Just a few steps from the attraction of the Old Port
  • Minutes from the city’s fortifications
  • Close to the museums – like the Musée de la Civilisation - galleries and sight-seeing opportunities of the historic quarter
  • An easy walk to the Palace Royale
  • Near all the busy streets, bustling shops, boutiques and stores of the shopping district
  • Would you please pass on to 'your dream team' my heartfelt appreciation of their wonderful efforts to bring their unforgettable city to life for us all

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    LL, St Petersburg, 2013