‘A Gem of a hotel, in a jewel of City’

Located in the heart of Québec City’s Old Port, Auberge Saint-Antoine is an award-winning contemporary boutique hotel and a member of the prestigious Relais & Châteaux. Encompassing a trio of historical buildings, the Auberge was built on a major archeological site and displays a collection of artifacts offering guests a glimpse into the rich history of the oldest colonial city in North America, today a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

 

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The family owned hotel boasts 95 individually designed rooms and suites, and provides the perfect balance of preserving its deep antiquity while offering a luxurious modern-day experience. Adorned with artifacts, each floor pays homage to previous site owners over the centuries showcasing relics from specific eras in time.

 

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The hotel offers staff-guided historical tours of the property through an exhibit of artifacts showcasing the sites evolution from 1608 to present time. Guests can indulge in wellness experiences including spa treatments, yoga and a large gym. Private venue spaces including an amphitheater make for the perfect business or special occasion gathering.

 

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Quebec City is located on the north bank of the Saint Laurence River and offers unspoiled views of the Laurentian Mountains. Designated a World Heritage treasure by UNESCO, Old Québec is the only walled city north of Mexico. As the first permanent colony in New France, Place Royale is not only just the oldest neighborhood in Quebec City, but the oldest in all of North America.

Steeped in European history and ambience, Quebec City is the cradle of French civilization in North America, with French speakers making up more than 95 percent of its population. Wander back in time through the cobble stone streets and explore the historically rich neighborhoods of Quebec that have been well preserved for more than 400 years.

 

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Adventuresome travelers can take a double zip line across the Montmorency Falls and experience the true power of nature from up above. Explore Parc National de la Jacques-Cartier, one of Québec’s most breathtaking glacial valleys by way of hiking, snowshoeing, fishing, camping, canoeing or kayaking.

Ranked amongst the top 20 best foodie cities around the world, Quebec City is true pallet pleaser. Indulge in melt-in-your-mouth dishes such as authentic poutine, tourtière, fèves au lard, and pouding chômeur, or what’s commonly known as “poor man’s pudding.”

From remarkable architecture and must-see attractions, to the diverse foodie scene, Quebec City is undeniably the ideal destination for travelers around the world.