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Hotels in Quebec
Québec is bordered to the west by the province of Ontario, to the east by the Gulf of Saint Lawrence and to the south by the U.S. states of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and New York. The only province in Canada that has a predominately French-speaking population, it's also the only one to have French as its sole provincial official language. Popular with visitors all year round, thanks to its beautiful and exciting white winters and pleasant summers, the city is a fantastic place to stay and you'll find a number of excellent Québec hotels to suit your budget.
Canada was discovered by the French in the year 1534 by Jacques Cartier, a French mariner commissioned by the King of France, Francis I to procure new land and merchandise opportunities. Cartier subsequently established the first French settlement on American soil, Charlesbourg Royal.
Things to see
Old Québec is a World Heritage area and it's easy to see why, with its abundant fascinating historical sites and beautiful architecture hundreds of years' old. Horse-drawn carriages run up and down cobblestone streets lined with street entertainers, singers and artists.
Québec is the only fortified city north of Mexico, with almost five kilometres of impressive walls and gates to explore and fantastic views from the top.
Take a visit to Montmorency Falls Park where the phenomenal-looking water falls, 30 metres higher than those at Niagara, can be seen from miles away. Walk the trails to the very top of the falls for some spectacular views, and if you go in the winter months you'll be lucky enough to see the spray freeze at the foot of the falls to form a huge sugar loaf.
Île d'Orléans is a small island in the Saint Lawrence River, about five kilometres away from Québec City. One of the first parts of the area to be colonised by the French, the island is almost a step back in time to 19th century Québec with historic looking farms, churches and homes.
Nature lovers should take a guided tour into the vast countryside of the province where local wildlife includes white-tailed deer, moose, muskox, black bears and polar bears.
Winter is a fantastic time to visit Québec, and the generous helpings of snow attract visitors in droves to enjoy skiing, snow hikes, snowmobiling and dog sledding trails. Visit the country's only ice hotel or the world's biggest winter celebration, the Québec Winter Carnival.
Food and drink
Just as France is home to wonderful food and drink, so is Québec, with wonderful French restaurants on every corner of the street. Visit iX pour Bistro for a romantic bistro supper for two or Restaurant La Taniere for an impressively fancy five course meal. For a more American theme, head to Phil's Smoked Meat for great pizza, sandwiches and diner food. Enjoy ice cream and sandwiches at Au 1884 or a quick and tasty lunch at Le Chic Shack.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Quebec
What are the most booked hotels in Quebec?Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac, Auberge Maison Roy and Auberge Amérik are some of the popular hotels in Quebec.
What is the lowest price for a double room in Quebec?The cheapest price for a double room in Quebec is £42, offered by Auberge Maison Roy.
If I want to stay in the center of Quebec, which hotels shall I consider?The best hotels near the center of Quebec are Auberge Maison Roy, Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac and Auberge du Tresor.
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