TRYP Quebec Hotel PUR
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTRYP Quebec Hotel PUR Quebec City
Everything about this place was modern and new looking. Very nice hotel, great staff, big comfy bed, fantastic view.
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... hotel, along the boardwalk suspended from the cliff under the Citadel. Lovely views down onto the mighty St Lawrence river.
Eventually caught a taxi back to our tiny hotel room and climbed onto the bed to give the feet a rest when we heard the sound of water in our bathroom. Turned out water was coming through the ceiling from the room above! Great result as we were moved to a suite - five times the ...
... fruits, meats, cheeses, wines, breads, and desserts. We made several stops to pick up supplies. Kathy joined Kevin, Paul and Cheryl on Friday and spent the weekend with us. We had a wonderful meal at a very old house that is now a very nice restaurant. On Saturday night, there was a fireworks display that was great and we were able to watch it from the boat as a thunderstorm past over us at the same time. Kathy left on Sunday morning and we left Quebec heading for ...
... ice sculptures outside shop fronts- each one specific to the shop it was in front of. It was getting dark so we decided to head to the ice hotel just outside of town.When we arrived at the ice hotel, i could actually not believe my eyes. A 46 bedroom fully functioning hotel built complete with a bar, dance floor, reception, church and foyer with absolutely everything made entirely from ice and snow. Every single one ...
... cruise in the river, so I was thinking about a revisit to the district in the evening. After a stroll in Petit Champlain, I walked up the hill to the Upper Quebec, but it started snowing heavily and I couldn't stay out. So I decided to take a rest in Starbucks of Chateau Frontenac. Incidentally, Chateau Frontenac is a five-star hotel at the present. Luckily, the snow storm stopped soon, so I left the chateau and strolled around the terrace ...
... rooms themselves had a thin but very comfortable mattress on top of a solid bed of ice with lighting built into the base that you can switch on and off. An information session teaches you how to sleep in the rooms-which include the use of a negative temperature sleeping bag, where to put belongings to prevent freezing, etc. This session is mandatory, even for locals because-as the guide Sophie put it-when sleeping in ...