Chateau des Tourelles

Address: 212 Street Saint Jean, Quebec City, Quebec, G1R 1P1, Canada | 3 star b&b
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          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Non-smoking hotel
          • Hot tub
          • Kitchenette
          • Pets allowed


          • Suites


          • Shuttle bus service
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Multilingual staff

          TripAdvisor Reviews Chateau des Tourelles Quebec City

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Quebec City

          Quebec City

          A travel blog entry by granorley on Sep 24, 2015

          ... to deliver us safely to our hotel, located right next door to Chateau Frontenac. We walked around the walls of the Old Town, which knocked Grant up, so he needed to have a Nanna nap. I on the other hand soldiered on for the rest of the afternoon, walking around the Old Town, wharf and the market. Within the walls, which were built by the combined French and English to keep the ...

          Quebec City

          A travel blog entry by garyanne on Sep 30, 2014

          1 comment, 41 photos

          ... tour. She pointed out the concealed locations that only a well versed guide would know. We saw the paving stone demarcations of high water levels and how they changed over time. We heard about famous families that contributed significantly, and tidbits about how the Québécois society evolved and flourished. About Champlain, the early fur traders, the first signs of commerce and civilization in a harsh new world. The ...

          Quebec City

          A travel blog entry by louiseandblake on May 31, 2014

          15 photos

          ... built with only one entrance big enough for one person to enter at a time, thus making it extremely difficult to invade. The Brits staked out the area known as the Plaines of Abraham outside the city walls for 3 months before the French had no other choice but to face them on the battlefield.

          On the way back to the hostel we went to the supermarket to grab some ingredients to cook our own meal ...

          Baie St. Catherine/Saguenay Fjord/Lumiere

          A travel blog entry by abe_feuerstein on Jul 25, 2013

          16 photos

          ... ferry for Levi departs. This was a nice guided tour and had a good architectural history of the city showing what parts were built by the French, English, and when the city fell on hard times after the end of the timber boom in the early 1900s how efforts were made to save the place. It was interesting to see that this little restaurant Aux Anciens Canadiens was the oldest original building still in the city built around 1675. In the evening, Jake, Ruby and I went to see Lumieres ...

          Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre and Montmorency Falls

          A travel blog entry by carlsons-canada on Feb 10, 2013

          20 photos

          ... speaking province of Canada we had to navigate our way to the hotel reading all street and road signs in French!! Nick did a great job of driving and we arrived at about 7pm. Once unpacked and settled into our room which had an amazing view over the old city we headed out to get some dinner. We ended up in this delightful spanish restaurant. We had to chuckle as we were Australians, eating in a Spanish restaurant being served by a waiter who spoke French!!!