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Historical Traveler Reviews Delta Quebec Quebec City
If this is the best hotel in Quebec, that's troublesome...
The Delta was ok. We got a good rate and were only staying for 2 nights. If we'd been staying any more than that, I would've moved. Rooms were small and clearly geared towards business people. Furniture was nicked, carpet was slightly damp, wallpaper peeling a little in our room. Bathroom had a strong mildew smell. Pool was teensy w/ too many people in it. Lifeguard very friendly though and kids had fun there (even though locker rooms had soaking wet gross puddles in them).
I wouldn't stay there again w/ kids. It is in a good location but the hotel itself was kind of depressing and I wasn't thrilled going back to it each night. But ok if you're on a budget and in a really good location w/ parking.
Good location/great price
This hotel was in a great location. We could walk to almost anything we wanted to do in Quebec City. The room was okay, but nothing special. For $139 a night Canadian, we were satisfied.
Fine Hotel near the Old City
I stayed at the Delta Quebec in mid-June 2004 and enjoyed the stay. The hotel has been refurbished recently and the public areas are quite attractive. I had a basic "Delta Room" and was very happy with it. The room was nicely decorated and had a great view of the Laurentian Mountains. Food in the Bistro restaurant was great!
Old Quebec is just a couple of blocks away and is well worth visiting. A little bit of Europe in North America!
Hotel Delta Quebec
My wife, 10-year old son, and I, just completed a five-day stay in Quebec City at the Delta Hotel on Rene-Levesque Boulevard. Our mini vacation, from June 19, 2004 to June 26th was so great, we did not want to leave. The Delta Quebec Hotel was fabulous and within walking distance to most major attractions (i.e. old town Quebec, the Citadelle, festivities surrounding the feast of St. Jean de Baptiste). The staff at the hotel were very accomodating and we give them a four-star rating. We did have our own means of transportation that enabled us to take in a lot of the sites not within walking distance from the hotel (Montmorency Park, St. Anne de Beaupre), but if you are looking for an excellent hotel property, with reasonable room rates and secure parking, within walking distance to all the significant landmarks, you can't go wrong with the Delta Quebec.
Delta Quebec was wonderful!
Delta Quebec was awesome! The rooms were very clean and comfortable. We had a room on the 10 th floor over looking St Jean. Fabulous views! 10 minute walk to the Old city, excellent staff, excellent service. I highly recommend it.
I wish that someone had notifyed me,that the Radasson Quebec Hotel had changed it name to the Delta. we thought we were lost and a little inconvenient.People went out of their way to help us,they are very nice and friendly. Quebec City is beautiful, great history lots to see,very lively very europeon.We loved it ,We will go again.
We enjoyed our stay here
This hotel is now the Delta. In my opinion, this is the perfect location. It is a block away from Vieu Quebec, a block away from Grand Allee, right across from the Parliament buildings. Rooms were nice and clean. We didn't get the best service, staff just didn't seem very happy/friendly in general. Pool and hot tub were great. A couple of restaurants close by to check out are; Au Petit Coin Breton on Rue St.
Jean (Vieu Quebec) and the L'Oueferie on Autoroute Dufferin
In my opinion this is a totally average hotel. When we checked in we asked for non smoking rooms. They gave us smoking. We had to then go down to reception and get new rooms. Conceirage said the new rooms won't have as nice a view as the smoking ones! (Excuse me, we don't want smoking rooms) The view was much better in the new rooms. Called a bell hop (who never came) to get our luggage. Finally got our rooms.
One morning we decided to have breakfast in the hotel restaurant. Two of four of us had the buffet the others had nothing. We got charged for 4 buffets! That was corrected. The buffet was very average, nothing spectacular about it. Wouldn't eat there again.
Clean and average
Our stay was pleasant. This is an average hotel.It is worth a look if you get a bargain rate. On the plus side, the heated outdoor pool was fun. A note of interest - a sign posted in the elevator stated that this hotel will become part of the Delta Hotel Chain in July. The hotel has a great location. It's directly Parliament, just outside the walls and a very short walk to just about anywhere.
The Best Hotel in Quebec!!!
This hotel was the best in Quebec! The rooms were really nice as well as the bathroom- one of the nicest hotels i've been to and I have been to a lot of hotels. The lobby was really cool with fountains and marble. The pool was very big and had plenty of chairs and the bar nearby was great because they had people waiting on you. The rooms were spacious and were very nice as they were just renovated. The bathroom ws also very big and was extremely nice! All in all, this hotel was outstanding. It is our permament hotel in Quebec. Don't get discouraged becuase you aren't staying at the Chateau Frotenac; at the Radisson you pay little and get a lot! I have noting but good to say about this hotel and think that this is the best hotel in Quebec City!!
TripAdvisor Reviews Delta Quebec Quebec City
Travel Blogs from Quebec City
... the 4 hour drive went quickly and the next thing we knew we were drinking the night away at Emmas. Lots of drinking games were going on but by far my favourite was drinking mario kart. Everyone gets a fresh beer and the beer has to be fully consumed by the time the race is over. The catch? You can only drink when your cart is 100% stationary. It makes for a wicked exciting game. Before we all knew it, beer pong was happening and then we were off to town. ...
... treat and let us get a good solid 10 hour sleep. Turned out we really needed that sleep as today was to be packed full of walking, photos, loads of history and in true RoRox style plenty of local cuisine and beverages. We chose to start with a visit to the Quebec Citadel. The walk here was picturesue as we headed up hill from our hostel past more city wall gates, historical churches and many classical buildings. It turned out the walk we took was the long way but it let us get ...
... out to make another Paris in their city and they did a great job. After our guided tour we drove north on the west side of the St Lawrence river to St Anne de Bupree to see the largest pilgrimage in North America. It has become somewhat touristy in the area but the church is magnificent. We passed Montmorency Falls on the way back to town. Since it was Monday most museums were closed but we managed to find a few that were open and improve our knowledge ...
... has flown by. Only feels like I've been in the tent for an hour or so, not six or seven! So following the hoard of young student looking types we locate the bus stop and roll into bed only to get up at 11am for check out.
So the Lonely Planet is correct, Quebec City parties hard to celebrate the Fete National de la St Jean Baptiste and it definitely has undertones of a quasi-political event celebrating Quebec's nationalistic leanings ...
... feeling sad, especially for having felt aimless in this city at this point. As I’m writing this I think of him gratefully.
I get to the Old Port, along Rue Saint-Paul, to find all those cafes and boulangeries and antiquaries that charm the hell of me. My ears tingle when I find a tiny square with the city wall behind it, topped with onlookers, flanked by a very tall mural displaying a typical day in the old town, populated ...