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This lovely hotel is in the Old Town is very close to the cruise ship port. Our spacious room was very well appointed. The restaurant served delicious meals. We will definately be back for a longer stay.
This is a lovely area to simply wander around, or stop to have a drink or a bite to eat - there's plenty of choice. Nearby is a great mural and some great photo opportunities for you to pop your heads through.
We stayed here over Labour Day weekend, and it was lovely. The hotel is one block from The gate / entry into the old city, so you walk right onto the main shopping Street, Rue St. Jean. I would come back in the winter, too,...More
Place Royale is an interesting and quaint plaza & we were very much interested in going inside the Notre-Dame-des-Victoires Church. Unfortunately, it was closed the day we were there which was a Monday. The plaza is small, and one of the most interesting features was...More
THere was an intersting sculpture this year in the middle of the Place, and it would be the coolest place for an intimate concert.There are places to eat and shops to visit and is a must walk through. Take a walk through the church- a...More
Welcome back, Louis the XIV, it has been about 350 years since your grace has graced the square. You were, after all, the father of "New France" (more or less) and in 1686, your bust was set in place. Congratulations, this "royal province" of yours...More
Did a tour of this square with our tour company while visiting Quebec and it is so quaint and beautiful. It has a beautiful church which must be 16th or 17th century and many other attractions including a huge mural which tells the history of...More
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It is a short walk of several blocks. Most cruise ship visitors spent time in Place Royale, shopping, eating, looking around, and visiting the Museum if interested. You can also take the funiculaire to the upper town and... More
It is a short walk of several blocks. Most cruise ship visitors spent time in Place Royale, shopping, eating, looking around, and visiting the Museum if interested. You can also take the funiculaire to the upper town and Terrace Dufferin for more interesting things to see and do. The funiculaire is $3 each way and saves many step of walking.