Last Updated on February 21, 2021 by Pamela
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The best luxury hotels in Quebec City are the ones that not only elevate your stay, they also inspire and help to create a magical Quebec City vacation. And there is a good chance you’ll want to repeat your Quebec City vacation the moment you realize it is time to check out.
From lush interiors to beds that give you a bear hug, stunning views, superior service and gourmet dining experiences, Quebec City is the perfect destination for a luxurious vacation.
6 Elegant Luxury Hotels in Quebec City to Make You Gush
Fairmont Château Frontenac
Quite possibly one of the most famous hotels in Canada, Fairmont Château Frontenac sits atop Cap Diamant, overlooking the Saint-Lawrence River and Old Quebec City. A château-style hotel built by Canadian Pacific Railway, Château Frontenac has been a top hotel since it’s opening in 1888. The interior is decorated with rich royal blue and brushed gold, a mixture of the intricate historical details and modern touches add to the hotel’s opulence.
Lounge in bed, sip fine wine and nibble on Quebec cheese at 1608 Wine & Cheese Bar, sip old fashion cocktails with a twist at Le Sam, treat yourself to an unforgettable afternoon tea experience, and definitely indulge in a gourmet dinner at Champlain Restaurant. Seriously, Chef Stéphane Modat is incredibly talented. The hotel’s pool, salon and spa are added bonuses.
*Fairmont Château Frontenac is one of two 5-star hotels in Quebec City.
Auberge Saint-Antoine has been one of our favourite luxury hotels in Quebec City for quite awhile. Owned by the Price family, Auberge Saint-Antoine is most famous for its historical artefacts, which are displayed throughout the hotel, as well as its restaurant, Chez Muffy (formerly Panache). Close to the cruise ship port in Quebec City, as well as the Historic District of Old Quebec, Auberge Saint-Antoine is an ideal starting point for a Quebec City vacation.
Sleep in, tour the various artefact displays throughout the hotel, slurp down fresh oysters and sip cocktails in Bar Artefact, and dine on Canadian-inspired dishes in Chez Muffy (most ingredients are grown locally on the hotel’s farm). Oh, and try not to swoon too much if you spot a famous guest in the elevator.
Hotel Le Germain Quebec
The first hotel established by the Germain family, Le Germain Quebec is on a quiet corner close to Place FAO and some of the best restaurants in Old Port, Quebec City. Le Germain Hotels are known for their superior personal service and insanely comfortable beds.
Relax in their lounge and read a book by the fire, or enjoy the sunshine from their patio, and sleep in whenever possible. The rooms are modern contemporary in style with Quebec inspirations throughout and Canadian-made furniture. Truly a hotel which will make you feel as though you are not a guest, but a member of the family.
Another one of our favourite luxury hotels in Quebec City, Hotel 71 has a modern contemporary design with velvety ruby red accents. The lobby features a self-serve wine bar (nothing quite like buying a glass of wine and having it automatically added to your room bill!) as well as boutique which includes Quebec and Canadian-made products.
Wander through their small gallery space to admire pieces by local artists, as well as the stunning pieces displayed in the windows at the entrance of the hotel. Rooms are a good size with velvety ruby red curtains, soft beds and views of the city as well as the Saint-Lawrence River. Craving Italian food? Matto 71 is located on the hotel’s main floor and serves up some of the best Italian food in Old Quebec City.
Hotel Manoir Victoria
Located close to the action of rue Saint-Jean, Hotel Manoir Victoria is a beautiful hotel with vibrant accents. Similar to most luxury hotels in Quebec City, Manoir Victoria’s decor is modern-contemporary as well.
Treat yourself to a massage in the hotel’s spa, or enjoy their pool. After a long day of experiencing the best things to do in Quebec City, slip on a plush robe and get cozy in bed to read or watch a movie. For a truly unique dining experience, try Chez Boulay, which has an entrance from the hotel’s lobby. One of the best places to try Boréal cuisine which highlights ingredients like wild game, berries and herbs.
Hotel Le Bonne Entente
Located about 20 minutes from Old Quebec City, Hotel Le Bonne Entente is the perfect choice if you’re looking for a quiet getaway. Le Bonne Entente offers everything from fine dining to luxurious rooms, an outdoor pool and upscale spa experiences.
One of the best luxury hotels in Quebec City, Le Bonne has a superb fun club for children and spacious rooms and offers chauffeur service into the city for shopping and exploring. A resort style hotel which will spoil you in every possible way.
*Hotel Le Bonne Entente is one of two 5-star hotels in Quebec City.