Le Champlain Hotel

Address: 115 Rue Sainte-Anne, Quebec City, Quebec, G1R 3X6, Canada | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the La Cite area of Quebec City, is near Vieux Quebec (Old Quebec), Terrasse Dufferin Slides, St. Louis Gate (Porte St. Louis), and Aux Multiples Collections.
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          Historical Traveler Reviews Le Champlain Hotel Quebec City

          Le Champlain was awesome!

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          My husband and I recently concluded a wonderful five day vacation in Quebec City. It was our first visit to Quebec City and I agree with other reviewers that if you love to vacation in Europe (as we do) you will love staying and dining within the walls of "Vieux Quebec" old Quebec City. We followed the many positive trip advisor forum recommendations and stayed at The Hotel Le Champlain and we were very happy that we did. The hotel owner , Michele and her staff were wonderful. As well as making us feel very welcome from the moment we arrived, they also provided excellent restaurant and attraction recommendations. They made every effort to make sure that we had a great stay at their hotel and that we enjoyed our time in their great city. We would absolutely stay at Le Champlain again!

          Cosy room, excellent breafast

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          This hotel was a fantastic find for our congress. The welcome was friendly and informative, Claudia at the front desk, showed us the lobby and the marvellous breakfast room and gave us a map and showed us where and how to get to all the places we wanted to go. The room was cool, plasma TV, fire place and spa bath, 2 bathrobes and huge towels, etc. Location in Old Quebec was excellent. Everything we wanted to see was a few steps away from the hotel and 5 minutes walking from the congress center. Breakfast was included in the rate and was a " buffet" of breads, juice, jams, pate, cheese, fruit, cereal and also cooked eggs. The only criticism we could come up with

          was.... that we could have two package of oil for the spa bath...!Definitely recommended.

          Lovely Hotel

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          A very nice hotel! The rooms were a great size and wonderfully decorated. The bathrooms were also very well done. The hotel was perfectly located within Québec city and within a very short distance of restaurants and shops dowton.

          I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone who is visiting Québec city, whether for business or pleasure.

          Le Champlain Hotel

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          Top notch! Just spent two nights at this cozy, intimate boutique hotel. The front desk staff is friendly and helpful with sightseeing and reservations. Our room was large in fact huge... with comfortable and stylish furniture and furnishings, the bathroom sink incredible... The view of the Chateau Frontenac was beautiful. We appreciated the continental buffet (try the Belgian waffles....) and 24 hr coffee bar plus the cookies and the computer with ethernet. The library with the fireplace is so inviting the one night we stayed there all evening chatting with other guests. The hotel is located within the walls a few steps away from shops and restaurants, had wonderful dinners at ``Le Pain Beni``, 2 minutes walking and Panache, in the lower town and we would highly recommend both(Panache's dining room is a beautiful space). We will be back! Claude.

          Unbelievable Value

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          30 year old couple with a 7 month old baby from Calgary.

          The customer sevice was second to none.

          The hotel and rooms were modern and immaculate.

          For around $100 a night including and excellent breakfast, unlimited internet use, refridgerator in room, parking, microwave, tea, coffee, and hot chocolate 24hrs inc. sitting room with fire place and staff (everyone of them) that will go out of there way to help with directions, food choices and translation. This is by far the best value for money we found in all of Quebec, not to mention it is right in the heart of the Old City, walking distance to all of the major sites, bars, bistros and shopping.

          The room was big enough to set up our play pen for the baby to sleep undisturbed while we ate,watched TV etc.

          The price may be higher in the high season but you are not going to find better bang for your buck in Quebec City.

          Another rare find that you really want to keep a secret

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          What another incredible find! This hotel delivers the perfect location when visiting Old Quebec...situated on a quiet street in the Upper Town, it is a short walk to the quaint streets of the Lower Town as well as upbeat restaurants and shops of Rue St Jean just beyond the old fortified walls. My visit happened to be during winter Carnival so the location proved even more convenient in trodding up and down the hills of Quebec City.

          The pictures found on their website are very, very true to life so you will not be disappointed. The furnishings and bath were all well maintained and cleaned impeccably. Don't be fooled by the seemingly very firm bed...I slept like a baby after some relaxing time in the jacuzzi in my junior suite (although the fireplace is actually an electric forced air heating unit).

          The front desk staff also was quite welcoming during my entire stay and I noticed they also offered any suggestions (in either French or English dependent upon the guest) to anyone's inquiries about Quebec City.

          The combination of staff, comfort, and location made for an exceptional experience!

          Fantastic property - would reccommend to any one!

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          I was visiting family in Québec during the Xmas Holidays and we took a night off from the family and stayed at Le Champlain. We had a FANTASTIC experience!!!

          Great location; only minutes from Chateau Frontenac; the room was spacious, nicely decorated, and the bed SUPER comfortable.

          Some people are mentioning in the reviews that the breakfast is not meeting their expectations: I would say it is a great continental breakfast (not full American buffet). I also really liked to be able to bring my croissant up to my room.

          This hotel does not have his own parking but do not worry about this. There is a great parking facility only 300 feets from the hotels.

          We want to mention that the hotel does have a parking lot but not for all the rooms, so if you don't reserve a parking space when you make your room reservation, we can't garantee that a parking will be available. You are right, there is a city parking lot near the hotel for those we can't accomodate. To the pleasure of having you again at Hotel Champlain.

          Michelle & Marie Nicole, owners

          We will be back!

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          The Champlain is a Art Deco boutique hotel located in the heart of Old Quebec.

          The outside of the hotel is brick and is a lot different of the other buildings

          in this street. However, the inside is contemporary making an enjoyable

          contrast in such a historic town.

          Quebec is known as a walking city and almost everything is within walking

          distance from this hotel. The Parliament house, Grande-Allee and the Convention Center is in one direction and the Chateau Frontenac and the lowertown in another. At this time of the year you can skate at Place d'Youville a five minutes walk from the hotel. Shopping, giftshops and I think all... the restaurants are nearby. You should try the Conti Caffe and the Pain Beni...

          The decor of this hotel is Art Deco. Our top floor room allowed us a terrific people view on the mountains and the Saint-Lawrence river.

          Our room was huge with a spa(The bath oil is divine!!) and a fireplace, the bed was wonderfully comfortable and those linens... I feeled so at home in my so soft bathrobe but my husband's one was incredible it matched the hotel colors... We had also a reading corner in the room.

          The continental breakfast which includes croissants, bagels, cream cheese,all kinds of bread, waffles, fruits, yogourt, juices,"cretons" a kind of pâte is served in a so nice room decorated with Philippe Stark chairs. All day long in the library,

          coffee, tea and hot chocolate but around four o'clock ... hot cookies... try the oatmeal and raisins : fabulous

          Last but not least, the parking lot in on site.

          I would definitely stay at the Champlain Hotel again.

          Friend of travel, Ca

          Fantastic

          from

          Don't be deterred by the boring exterior. This hotel has been renovated to a very high standard, in the style of the Kimpton Group of hotels. Luxurious bathrooms, fabulous soft furnishings, comfortable bed with superb linens, Breakfast is served in the adjoining old house. This has been sympathetically restored and features Phillip Stark ghost dining chairs, excellent breakfast. Comfort, an excellent locatation and attentive service make this a fantastic hotel.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Le Champlain Hotel Quebec City

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
           

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