Hotel Le Vincent

Address: 295, rue Saint-Vallier Est, Quebec City, Quebec, G1K 3P5, Canada | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Downtown Quebec City area of Quebec City, is near Observatoire de la Capitale, Erico - Creative chocolate shop and chocolate museum, J.A. Moisan Épicier, and Place d'Youville.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Le Vincent Quebec City

    El mejor desayuno que he probado en un hotel

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    Las habitaciones son bonitas y bien decoradas- ¡muy modernas! El cuarto de baño estaba muy limpio. Me encantó el cristal que rodeaba la ducha. El frigorífico en la habitación era muy práctico. Está ubicado en una zona bonita de la ciudad (y tranquila) que no es muy turística pero aún así es fácil ir a todas las atracciones del Viejo Quebec. El propietario es súper agradable y servicial. ¡Me encantaba pedir mi propio desayuno por la mañanas! La conexión wifi a Internet funcionaba muy bien. Sin duda me alojaría aquí en mi próximo viaje a Québec. Posibles mejoras: - Un ascensor (pero sólo es un edificio de 2 pisos y te llevarán las maletas con gusto)

    Nid douillet

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    Excellente visite, le personnel est chaleureux et attentionné, on prends le temps de nous informer, de nous suggérer les meilleurs endroits a voir, on y est à l'écoute de nos besoins. L'endoit est superbe, décoré avec goût et très bien situé.

    Très très recommandable pour un séjour en amoureux... (ou autre) J'y retournerais volontier

    Sublime

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    Si vous souhaitez vivre une expérience exceptionnelle de confort et de luxe bien ZEN tout en gardant votre style décontracté, vous apprécierez cette auberge urbaine.

    Bien située, toutes nos visites du Vieux Québec se sont faites à pied, et il y a un stationnement intérieur à prix raisonnable où garer notre voiture en toute sécurité.

    Les sympatiques proprios sont à l'écoute de nos besoins & s'empressent de les combler.

    Pour tout dire, ce fût PARFAIT!!!

    P.S.: Nous avions la chambre #5 = l'étage au même niveau que l'entrée du stationnement donc très pratique.

    Louise & Serge Fontaine

    Laval, Québec

    Une auberge à découvrir

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    Si vous cherchez un endroit paisible, moderne, accueillant et original à Québec l'auberge Le Vincent est L'ENDROIT qu'il vous faut ! Les chambres sont vivantes, ensoleillées et confortables. Leurs murs de briques mélangés au style urbain de leur sofa et de leur salle de bain leurs procurent un look à la fois branché et raffiné. Le propriétaire saura vous accueillir chaleureusement et vous suggérer une multitude d'activités, de restos, de bars, etc. Nous avons passé un superbe séjour et nous vous recommandons fortement cette auberge.

    Best Breakfast I've had at a hotel

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    cool, funky rooms - very modern! Very neat bath/shower room. Loved the Glass suround in the shower. Fridge in room which was very handy. Nice part of town (lower-key), not so Tourista but stil easy to get to all the attractions of Old Quebec.

    The owner is immensely friendly and helpful. I just loved the made-to-order breakfasts every morning!

    Wi-fi Internet worked great.

    Would def stay again on my next trip to QC.

    Wish list:

    - Elevator (but, it's only a 2 story property and they will gladly carry your bags)

    Bestes Frühstück, das ich bislang in einem Hotel bekommen habe

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    Coole, flippige Zimmer - sehr modern! Sehr sauberes Bad/Dusche. Die Glaswände der Dusche haben mir gut gefallen. Es gab einen Kühlschrank auf dem Zimmer, was sehr praktisch war. Hübscher (unauffälliger) Teil der Stadt, nicht so touristisch, aber man kann vom Hotel aus leicht zu allen Sehenswürdigkeiten in der Quebecer Altstadt kommen.

    Der Eigentümer ist unheimlich freundlich und hilfsbereit. Das Frühstück auf Bestellung, das es jeden Morgen gab, hat mir besonders gut gefallen!

    Der drahtlose Internetzugang funktionierte hervorragend.

    Würde bei meinem nächsten Aufenthalt in Quebec auf jeden Fall wieder hier absteigen.

    Wunschliste: Fahrstuhl (es ist allerdings nur ein zweigeschossiges Gebäude und man trägt Ihnen gerne Ihr Gepäck).

    Bestes neues Gasthaus in Quebec City

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    Das Auberge Le Vincent ist ein wundervolles neues Gasthaus ganz in der Nähe der Quebecer Neu- und Altstadt. Nur 10 Zimmer und ein hervorragender persönlicher Service! Das Beste ist die Dusche aus Glas im Schlafzimmer! Ideales Hotel für eine romantische Nacht!

    Best New Inn in Quebec City

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    Auberge Le Vincent is a wonderful new Inn located within walking distance new and old Quebec city. Only 10 rooms and they provide excellent personal service! Best feature is the glass shower in the bedroom! It's the prefect place to stay for a romantic night!

    Tra i nuovi hotel di Quebec City questo è il migliore

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    L' Auberge Le Vincent è un magnifico hotel nuovo a breve distanza sia dalla parte nuova che da quella vecchia di Quebec city. E' composto da appena 10 camere e il servizio è semplicemente impeccabile! La particolarità che ho apprezzato di più è stato il box doccia in vetro nella camera da letto! E' il posto perfetto per una serata romantica!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Le Vincent Quebec City

    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

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    A travel blog entry by barbandgraham on Jul 27, 2015

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    ... the streets and shops have flower pots beautifully adding to the character of the streets. On such a beautiful day it is extremely hard to imagine this city, and others, in Canada under metres of snow and freezing conditions. Our coach drove up to the site of a major colonial battle named Plains of Abraham, beautifully green and treed now, and the space is a park used for major festivals and entertainment events. ...

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    A travel blog entry by bellandken on Sep 12, 2014

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    A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada on Aug 01, 2013

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    A travel blog entry by gracetso on Jul 10, 2013

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    ... visited its restaurants. The French, although lost a quick (30 minutes) but fatal battle in 1775 to the Brits, continued to do wonder in this little town. With this quality of food, who would ever complain too many tourists? This city may not have much happening by modern standard. This is a city which is slow to take in. Strolling in the Battlefields Park, sunbathing in a picturesque plaza, shopping in a gourmet marché, dining at ...