Take a look at the best luxury hotels in Quebec City.
This 95-room boutique hotel is housed in a historic building facing the St. Lawrence River in the Old City. Decor varies across the sophisticated, spacious rooms, but all have upscale touches such as Nespresso machines, evening turndown service, and luxurious bathrooms featuring heated floors and flat-screen TVs. The restaurant, Panache, serves seasonal, local cuisine in a former maritime warehouse (think: thick wood beams, stone walls), and the more casual Bar Artefact serves cocktails and gourmet fare in a bright, contemporary lounge. Amenities include a modern, 24-hour fitness center, a screening room, spa treatment rooms, and a free business center. The hotel is situated on an archaeological site, and historical artifacts are displayed throughout the property.
The 618-room Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac is a grand and ornate Quebec City landmark. It's housed in a 19th century castle, which was used as a stopover destination for Canadian Pacific Railway riders, and is full of ornate design features, such as a grand double staircase, wood paneling, coffered ceilings, and chandeliers. Rooms are elegant, and some have fantastic river views, but they start at just 175 square feet, and feel a bit less luxurious than those at many other Fairmont properties. They're are still perfectly lovely for a four-pearl hotel, but guests may need to manage their expectations after viewing the much grander exterior. Amenities include a beautiful indoor pool with Jacuzzi, steam rooms, and a fitness center. Le Champlain is a fine dining restaurant with sweeping views, and the St. Laurent Bar has live jazz once a week. Some guests might be turned off by the tourists milling about the lobby, but this is still one of the most luxurious options in Old City.
The 156-room Hotel Manoir Victoria is an elegant, upscale property in Old Quebec that dates back to 1830. The hotel's style is contemporary, with a polished lobby and two sleek on-site restaurants. Rooms have either modern gray decor with sharp bathrooms or are slightly dated with homey interiors. All have flat-screen TVs, coffeemakers, and free Wi-Fi, and suites offer fireplaces and/or wet bars. For leisure, there's an indoor pool, small spa, and modern gym on-site. There are handy amenities for business travelers too, including eight meeting rooms, an executive lounge, and a business center. The lobby is only accessible by stairs, though, and guests with mobility issues may want to consider Fairmont le Chateau Frontenac.