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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Steeped in a rich tapestry of history that we don't have in the youthful province of Alberta, Quebec city is reminiscent of Europe. We were so privileged to have tour guide extraordinaire, Andre Roy, as our personal interpreter, and she led us up and down the streets of old Quebec. She knew how to avoid the cruise ship crowd, where the best places were to eat, and we noticed envious glances from other tourists while we were having ...
... Catholic city; the citadel which was the intricate star shaped wall built to defend the city; and the Parliament, which is a striking building surrounded by beautiful gardens. There are also numerous green spaces, including a large park, known as Abraham's plain, not after the Bible character but after the local figure who constructed the park. We thought it was almost as impressive as Central Park in NY and had lots ...
... and informative. The library in the parliament was absolutely stunning, but we weren’t allowed to take pictures so I bought a postcard. It was all red and royal-looking, with a large white statue of Queen Victoria in the middle. The inside of the Parliament was all marble and very impressive, too. We got to go up the tower afterwards, which gave us great views of the city and river. Then we walked around the Parliament gardens, which were along the river so there were more ...
... which I had previously been told are more impressive than the Niagara Falls.
The price... well after seeing the price I decided to sleep on it, is it really worth CA$100 for one day?? But then, you only live once, who knows when/if I'll be back again?? (Although, to be honest, by now I've pretty much established that I definitely will be back again, and in the very near future!) So I decided to take the bull by the horns, and the next day after ...
Quebec City was easily our favourite city in Canada particularly the older part of the city known as Vieux Quebec.The typical French architecture, small bistros and curbside artists leave little doubt as to the influence of the French in this part of Canada. Strolling along the narrow cobbled streets with its quaint little shops lining the ...