Hotel Le Saint-Paul
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Le Saint-Paul Quebec City
This hotel is fabulously located for walking everywhere within and around Quebec City, is one block from a liquor store, across the street from an Esso (gas station) and has a fantastic restaurant on the main level. Great staff here, too! Highly recommended!
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