If you need a budget hotel in Quebec City, Hotel Citadelle has cheap rooms at 107US$ per night. Residences Universite Laval is a budget hostel in Quebec City that is 20 minutes' walk to Maison des Jesuites. Young people looking for a budget hotel in Centre-Ville district could try Hotel Maison Ste-Ursule where prices start at 106US$.
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Where to stay in Quebec City?
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Quebec City airports & Subway stations
If you want to stay near Quebec/Jean Lesage International airport to catch an early flight, choose Econo Lodge Airport, which is just a 25-minute walk away.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
To be based in the city center, look for accommodation in Sainte-Foy-Sillery district, such as Hotel Auberge Michel Doyon which is close to Mairie de Saint-Sauveur. An option near the city center is La Victorienne Urbaine next to Mairie de Saint-Sauveur. Situated in Beauport district, N Hotel Quebec offers free self-parking, a golf course and cycling.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Quebec City
Hotel 71 is a stylish 4-star choice that will place you only a 5-minute walk from Old Port Quebec City. If you like comfort and coziness, think about booking a room at Travelodge By Wyndham Hotel & Convention Centre Quebec City which is within 10 minutes' walk of Restaurant Ryna. If you are used to the comfort and style of chain hotels, pick Hotel Royal William, which is also a 15-minute walk away from Chapel of Museum of French America.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
If you're traveling with your family around Quebec City and need a suitable apartment, opt for Appartement Pres Des Plaines D'Abraham, just a 5-minute walk from La Chope Gobeline restaurant. If you're looking for a homey place to stay, consider Loft De L'Antiquaire By Hebergements Dcl B&B apartment, situated beside Quebec National Museum of Fine Arts. For those going on a vacation to Quebec City with their family, Hotel Motel Le Chateauguay is a suitable choice, as this family-friendly hotel comes with free self-parking, an indoor swimming pool and a Jacuzzi. Doubletree By Hilton Quebec Resort is rated one of the best resorts in Quebec City, offering free self-parking, a sauna and a golf course.
City Guide: Discover the best of Quebec City
Quebec City is the cradle of French culture in North America.
The French settled the area of modern Quebec in 1608 and since then the city has absorbed the features of romantic France still reflected in its open-air cafes, lively terraces, elegant squares with balconied buildings and the cobbled streets of Old Quebec.
Traveling to Quebec, you can immerse yourself in the atmosphere of another century and Booked.net can make this transition easy for you with comfortable hotel in Quebec. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Quebec to luxury we have them all with maps, photos and secure forms.
In 1608, Samuel de Champlain docked a ship at the St Lawrence River in the area of modern Quebec and by 1642 Paul Chomedey de Maisonneuve had founded a Catholic mission that by the 18th century would become Montréal. Soon the British took over the area and this led to immigration of English, Irish and Scottish. In 1791, two provinces were formed - Upper Canada and Lower Canada, which housed Quebec and its French-speaking population. After that followed the Lower Canada Rebellion in 1837 and, in 1867, a federation of provinces known as Canada was established.
Even though Quebec is soaked in its past, it is still predominantly European with vivid cultural scene that is treasured by UNESCO making this city worthy of its status as one of the top destinations in the world. Actually, it is regularly listed as the top 10 tourist locations by National Geographic Traveler Magazine.
Many interesting attractions are located in the Old Town of Quebec where you can find old churches, monuments and trendy boutiques. For more shopping walk down the Grande Allée or visit avenue Cartier and the Halles Petit Cartier market for high-end shopping. The whole city is very compact and can be explored on foot even on sightseeing tours.
- Dufferin Terrace, a boardwalk that offers a view of the St Lawrence River
- Place-Royale, a public square, but in 1608 it was a spot where Samuel de Champlain landed to establish the first French settlement in North America
- The Citadel, a kind of fortification in the Old Town
- Observatoire de la Capitale, the tallest buildings in Quebec
- Chateau Frontenac, a symbol of the city and the most photographed hotel in North America
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