For an unforgettable vacation in Quebec City, book a room at the 5-star Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac, the city's most iconic landmark. This historic hotel, which is a tourist attraction in its own right, stands on a cliff overlooking the St. Lawrence River and Old Quebec City. Every inch of the grand old palace radiates elegance, from red carpets and inlaid marble floors to delicate chandeliers and intricate carved moldings.
Located in the heart of Quebec City, the Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac is an urban complex rich in heritage and class. It seduces you with its distinctive elegance, historic charm, magical touch and first-class hospitality. The hotel stands proudly overlooking the captivating San Lorenzo River at Cap Diamante and is located in the historic site that was once the personal residence of the French and English governors. This is a majestic luxury hotel that was designated as a United Nations World Heritage Site.
The hotel restaurant offers an exquisite dining experience in a romantic setting with exposed beams and a roaring fireplace. Many famous people have made Château Frontenac their residence during their stay in Québec City. The hotel also has a pleasant restaurant with sidewalk seating, room service, free Wi-Fi and a gym. The hotel underwent another expansion in 1993 with the addition of another wing that included a gym, swimming pool and outdoor terrace.
The hotel has also won many prestigious awards, making it a highly recognized hotel since its grand opening. Your experience at this emblematic luxury hotel will guarantee you a memorable and inspiring stay in one of the most beautiful and walkable cities in the world. Its design is the so-called castle style, a vague interpretation of the French Renaissance design that typified the chain of resort hotels built by the Canadian Pacific Railway in Canada at the end of the 19th century. Lawrence at Cap Diamant, overlooking Old Quebec, this imposing but attractive monument is both an accommodation and a tourist attraction, confirming its reputation as the most photographed hotel in the world.
A restoration project began in the 1870s in Quebec and this project was taken over by the British Governor General of Canada, who wanted to restore the capital to its original 17th century appearance. This elegant luxury hotel is located in the heart of Old Quebec City, just a few blocks from Place d'Armes and the base of the funicular, and surrounded by dozens of local restaurants. The hotel is named after the Count of Frontenac, Louis de Buade, who was also French governor general from 1672 to 1682 and again from 1689 to 1689. The Hotel Le Priori is located in the former residence of Quebec City's most famous architect, Jean Baillairgé, in the Vieux Port neighborhood, a few steps from the Musée de la Civilisation. There are other local food tours where you can enjoy the unique, tasty and fun flavors of Quebec.
From the Levis River, you can take a photo of the hotel along with the rest of the city skyline. This non-smoking boutique hotel combines original features, such as exposed brick walls, with modern furniture and quirky but tasteful original artwork to create impressive spaces.