Le Saint-Pierre Auberge Distinctive
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Historical Traveler Reviews Le Saint-Pierre Auberge Distinctive Quebec City
We spent three marvelous nights at the Auberge St. Pierre during the American Memorial Day weekend (May 28-June 1) and it was superb! The room was exactly as we booked and there were no surprises with the price or accommodations.
The location in the old port area was perfect. Near enought to hike up to the "old city", but far enough away from the hustle and bustle of that part of the city.
We found the staff and service to be excellent, without being overbearing. The room, a suite, was very comfortable with some nice touches, such as a jacuzzi, separate sitting area, coffee maker with "real" coffee and tea.
The "full" breakfast comes with the room and it is a nicely prepared meal right from the menu, not a cheap continental breakfast. Incredibly fast service, 4.5 minutes from order to serving and was custom cooked! Incredible.
Our next stay in Quebec City will ONLY be at the Auberge St.Pierre.
We researched the hotels in the old city and decided to go here for two days. It was the cleanest hotel I have ever stayed in. The staff was extremly helpful and polite. It was a great location. Breakfast was very well done. I would recommend this anyone.
Nice, great location
We booked the auberge for 3 nights over Thanksgiving weekend. We booked the next to the smallest room for $135CAD/night, and it was quite nice but not as warm and cozy as we'd hoped. The wood floor and simple furniture gave it a less than warm feel. However, the room was immaculate, high ceilings, long drapery, the bedding excellent, the bathroom brand new and immaculate, and the service very good. Since it was off-season that area of the Lower Town was very slow. Yes, there a some wonderful restaurants around the corner, but no bars or even other hotels (except the Dominion) to sit and people watch. So after one night at the auberge we visited the Chateau Frontenac and asked to see a "Standard Room". They don't readily offer these rooms, as they are at a discounted price (I first found this room catagory on the internet, but couldn't guarnatee it wouldn't be a double bed with no window or worse, so we didn't book). We chose a beautiful, spacious king room with a window but no view for $139CAD/night! No breakfast included, but it was a delight to be in the Upper Town to people watch and stroll the busier streets. So I would recommend the Auberge, particularly in high season when more people may be about. However, it is only 2 blocks to the funicular, so in moments one could be in the Upper Town and find more activity.
The reviews are absolutely right
Delightful & helpful staff. Also when we had a problem with the hot water for more than a day, they first gave us a bottle of wine and then only charged for 2 of the 3 nights. They need to work in the Website for making reservations, though.
Great little hotel on Rue St. Pierre
My husband and I stayed at Auberge Saint- Pierre at the end of July 2003.This was a terrific place to stay -a welcoming, cozy, and Convenient location - -great value -including delicious full breakfast cooked to order every morning - charming rooms and large bath with lots of extras like fluffy bathrobes and a jacuzzi . On a rainy day they even provided large umbrellas for us to use as we went sight seeing.The staff was friendly and helpful in both French and English.They made our stay a pleasant one.
Unbeatable little Inn!
After 4 days/nights in this wonderful little Inn, we know we will have a great deal of difficulty staying ANYWHERE else and finding comparable customer service and ambiance! The folks in this hotel couldn't do enough for us and made us feel like the most exceptional customers on earth! The rooms are beautiful, the area is steps away from anywhere you would want to be and the employees truly form an unbeatable team of experts in the true meaning of "customer service" and what it should entail! True French Canadian hospitality prevails and nothing seems to stand in the way of putting this across! Keep up the amazing work folks!!! We'll be back!
You will want to Return
Fabulous experience. We had a lovely room with bright red walls and ceiling and yellow floral duvet cover. The jacuzzi tub was a welcome relief after long days of walking. The included breakfast was choice of menu and we loved everyone who worked there. This is a great hotel and the location in the lower city is excellent.
Stayed twice at Auberge St.- Pierre in last 10 days, bracketing a trip to the Quebec countryside. Rooms are large, colors are striking but not gaudy, and the staff was consistently helpful. Located in lower old town, it is near many good restaurants, a convenience store, and only a few block walk (although uphill) from upper town.
It was wonderful
We just returned from a long weekend in Quebec City. We stayed at the Auberge St Pierre and found absolutely no fault with the accomodations. The rooms are smallish but quaint and very clean. In fact we were pleasantly surprised with the extra attention to details that they offered. Not only was a full breakfast from a menu included every morning, but also a lovely "happy hour" with the best pate de maison and a couple of complementary drinks every evening. The staff were very professional and helpful. They recommended great restaurants for dinner and even found us a spot to watch the Leafs playoff game. The location was perfect. We had no need for a car and since it is located at the bottom of the City you were always walking down hill to get home. Would highly recommmend it.
My wife and I recently stayed at this wonderful inn in Quebec City. Charming rooms, excellent food and a central location characterize this inn. Particularly impressive was the helpful and friendly staff. They rcommended local restaurants, and well as places to visit in the city. They even cleared up a billing dispute with American Express in a courteous and professional manner. I would recommend Auberge St.-Pierre to anyone staying in Quebec City.
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