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Centrally located in the Old City
Manoir d'Auteuil is right in the heart of the Old City and within walking distance of many of its main tourist sites. The hotel faces Esplanade park and the upper floors have very nice views.
Quebec City is a historic, walled metropolis with the charm, history, and architecture of a European capital, all set at the top of Cape Diamond. The views out over the cliff are beautiful, as are the city's buildings and cathedrals. The city also has a healthy nightlife scene, and during the summer, the party goes on every night. The European feel and sensibility of the city mean that shopping is a worthy endeavor, especially in the boutiques of the Old City. But the weather in the winter is snowy and extremely cold.
Manoir d'Auteuil is a charming bed and breakfast located in the heart of the Old City, housed in a historic building that was once a private home. Rooms are full of character and individually decorated, though some are more appealing than others. (They are mid-range, so expect a few less-than-charming details such as bland carpets.) Most of the bathrooms are clean and elegant, and suites have separate showers and soaking tubs -- but a few have odd layouts (such as a toilet right next to a bathtub) and overly bright colors. Additional perks here include free Wi-Fi, free breakfast, and a variety of room sizes to suit different budgets.