No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TravelPod Member ReviewsAuberge Quebec Quebec City
An older style hotel, a little jaded around the edges but good price for what you get. Continental breakfast, free wifi, free parking, small fridge. Room small but sheets clean, fresh towels and plenty of hot water. Not a romantic hotel but does the job of providing somewhere to sleep.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Auberge Quebec Quebec City
Travel Blogs from Quebec City
Another hearty hotel special breakfast before hitting the road heading for Quebec City. had been told of an old road that went between Montreal and Quebec. It was quite overcast and cold, so we decided not to return to Parc Mont Royal.
Tom's course to avoid highways was to take us via the service road beside the highway - same view but at …
... waterfalls as we neared Quebec City, and some (including Graham) went for a walk across this narrow swing bridge across the falls for photos.
As we approached the city of Quebec, we were ‘woWed’ by the architecture and beauty of this city and look forward to hearing more about it on our tour tomorrow. We saw the old stone wall of the fortified city perched up on a hill with monumental old ...
... and it green scenery as far as the eye can see. As we move away from Toronto the signs turn french and I tell Hinesh "we're not in Kansas any more Toto", I don't think he got me ha ha ha.
The drive was 9.5 hours, Hinesh again driving most of the way. I drove for 40 mins before I got tired, hopeless I tell you.
It was a little tricky finding Cote de Abraham our new home but we find it and even get a park right outside so we don't have to drag ...
... culture. There's a bravery one also, the youngest recipient of which is a five year old boy from Manitoba who saved his sister from a black bear at their cabin in the woods, what an amazing kid! I walked across the Plains of Abraham afterwards, where the fateful battle took place. I found a souvenir stand that actually had the best photo book of Quebec I'd seen so far, with beautiful photography highlighting the architecture, history, seasons, festivals and surrounding areas ...
... for Dijon mastard on the side - I prayed that the chef won't mind). Delicious homemade mixed berry sorbet. They have wines from Provence. Il Matto, at the Basse-Ville, a posh italian restaurant. Since it's italian, and not french, I hadn't had much expectation, but its seafood linguine did exceed my expectation - al dente, rich creamy sauce. I finished them in one go. Great martini. L'Echaudé, at the Basse-Ville, a casual bistro ...