Auberge du Quartier
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
Photos of Auberge du Quartier
TripAdvisor Reviews Auberge du Quartier Quebec City
Travel Blogs from Quebec City
... the only city in North America to have conserved the major part of its defence system. Old Quebec is surrounded by a Fortification that was built to protect the city. It was developed between 1608 and 1871 and was Canada's main stronghold during the colonial period. Part of the Fortifications tower over the St Laurent River and covers an area of approximately 4.6kms.
At the heart of the Fortifications stands the Citadel which was built in 1871. Old ...
... early the next morning. The drive in took about 20mins and we parked up near the Gare Du Nord train station. Once parked we headed of walking along the port back to the lower old town as we had missed out on photos of the old historic houses along Petit La Champlain when here a week ago. I dont know how we did with Miss Kodak in control but we did so this solved that issue. We then walked the 15 minutes or so back up the stairs to the upper town and headed back along passed ...
Quebec is a beautiful city - up there with the best we've been to. And to make things even better the leaves are turning or as they say here the colour has come. We have been on a tour to the maple "shack" and on the red tour bus about town. We have two more days to come later so will add more photos. It is ...
... service was booming out over loud speakers and they had TV’s set up showing the priest (very impersonal I thought) - beautiful church, but that’s two churches and that is enough.
Visited a family run copper museum where they demonstrated copper art making – interesting and expensive. ...
... St Louis for a great nights sleep. Wednesday the 31st of July, day 2, and it was time to explore more of the lower town. This was the morning taken care of. I visited my favourite new bakery on Rue St Jean for a coffee, pea soup and the yummiest apricot brioche I've ever tasted. Walking down the picturesque streets to the Eastern Ramparts, I found the road down to Place du Marche-du-Vieux-Port, which are markets on the shoreline. There were all the delicious smells you ...