Le Manoir d'Auteuil

49, rue d'Auteuil, Quebec City, Quebec, G1R4C2, 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), Citadel, Fortifications of Québec National Historic Site, and Chapelle Des Jesuites.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Le Manoir d'Auteuil Quebec City

    Grand Dame of B'n'B's in Quebec City

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    My first visit to Quebec City was deeply enriched by our stay at Le Manoir d'Auteuil. It was almost 40 years ago, but I returned to view this wonderful 'grande dame' of B'n'B's in late 1995, and still found it to be charming and comfortably appointed. I have noted similar reviews from more recent visitors, and would not hesitate to recommend this place to anyone who truly appreciates the historic atmosphere of Old Quebec. May she live on forever.

    Wonderful Hotel

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    I just spent five days at this hotel while attending a convention at the Hilton. I had a five minute walk from this hotel to the Hilton - out the door, through Parc Esplanade, out the walls and past Parliament every day. Ideal location! For sightseeing, we were at Chateau Frontenac, Rue du Tresor, Rue Saint Jean within minutes. The staff members are extremely friendly and accommodating. Our room was a small one on the 4th floor and we loved it. I would never wish to be in the Hilton instead of this hotel with its warm and inviting ambiance.

    Excellent location and service

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    Excellent location within the town. There was no need for the car and we walked to all we wanted to see. The hotel was charming and clean; the service friendly and knowledgable. We enjoyed the popular sites of the city but it was the local areas and restaurants the people at the reception steered us towards that made the trip unique. Excellent value for the dollar. Especially good deals in the non- tourist season.

    Not worthy of an excellent rating

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    This inn was much less than I expected based on the reviews here. The ceiling fan couldn't be used because it made so much noise. I had to always lift the toilet tank top to put the flapper in the tank down becaused it continued to run (yuk). overall the carpet and furnishing were very worn. It was a cute place with a good location but I wouldn't stay here again.

    Great Location

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    Great location, just inside the walls. Park your car for 3 days and see the city. Room was spacious and clean. Owner was friendly and funny. Excellent breakfast. Walk to Parliament, carriages, changing of the guard, food, etc. A bargain at the price.

    Wonderful Getaway

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    My husband and I spent 3 nights and 4 wonderful days in Old Quebec City. Staying at the Le Manoir d'Auteuil, was a great highlight of our trip. We had a room which was a suite, bathroom huge and very clean.

    Our view overlooked the Parliament Building it was wonderful. Mr. Hamel the owner was a terrific help in showing us places to eat or visit.

    Very nice gentlemen... Had an awesome time.Breakfast could have been alittle bit better but all in all was a wonderful experience. Would stay there again.

    Charming

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    The room we stayed in was clean, cozy, and very intimate. This little in was an replica of inns we visited while in France. The owner, Guy, was helpful (with restaurant and sightseeing selections), funny and very nice. It was in a super location, as it was close to the walls (to be able to shop and travel outside the walls if need be) and within a 10 minute walk of everything inside the walls. Excellent. Don't worry about 3 floors and no elevators, if you are, get off your computer and go for a walk. And the price, I would pay $20 MORE than the Hilton's fare to stay at a place like Le Manoir d'Auteuil.

    A little old and tired, and not much cheaper than the Hilton your room will face

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    We stayed at the Manoir d'Auteuil in July 2003. Based on the reviews on TripAdvisor, we were expecting a bit more. There is no elevator, the rooms are old and the decor outdated, and the bathrooms are small.

    Breakfast consists of a freshly baked croissant and some coffee or tea.

    On the positive side, The owner is charming, and the staff is generally quite friendly. The Hotel is on a busy street and looks out on Parliament hill and the Hilton. Rooms were available at the Hilton for around $10 or $20 a night more than the Manoir d'Auteuil, and I spent a good part of my trip looking out across the street wishing I'd stayed there.

    A Quebec Home Away From Home

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    We've just returned from our 10th trip to this fabulous city. On three occasions we've stayed at other hotels, just for the experience (e.g. the historic Chateau Frontenac), but it's the Manoir d'Auteuil and its very congenial hosts, Guy and Jeanine Hamel, that has drawn us back each year.

    At current room rates, it's an excellent bargain, but above all, our loyalty to the Manoir d'Auteuil results from the comfortable, homey atmosphere that the Hamel's deliver so consistently. You'll find more elegant accomodations inside the walled city if you look, but you'll be hard pressed to be more satisfied after your stay, or more anxious to return.

    Le Manoir d'Auteuil

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    A charming small inn located in the old walled city. Innkeeper is very hospitable and helpful. Large comfortable room in a great location. Breakfast was minimal, but this did not diminish our experience. Overall, a good value.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Le Manoir d'Auteuil Quebec City

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Quebec City

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    A travel blog entry by margsim on Jun 16, 2014

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... it was soo French. About 50% of people here don't speak English. All the signs are in French, and statue plaques, although some statues have both French and English but not all. It's a beautiful town. We had a quick look around tonight but will have the tour tomorrow with a local tour guide in place of our coach tour guide. We came across a group of school children chatting away in French and the Starbucks shop assistant near our hotel knew only basic English. ...

    Where`s the fun?

    A travel blog entry by versastyle on Feb 12, 2014

    23 photos

    ... among us buy our effigy, a small plastic Bonhomme Carnaval costing $15, allowing us to access the official Carnaval sites for the entire two-week period. Children under 7, by the way, are free.

    Facing the wind is soon made easier thanks to the winter playground that is Le Carnaval de Quebec: ferris wheel, ice sculptures, luge rides, sleigh rides,tubing, ice fishing, and much more. Silly me, I forgot my speedo to enjoy the outdoor hot tub! We are lucky enough to be greeted ...

    Burp!

    A travel blog entry by ongkenyong on May 02, 2012

    3 photos

    ... a peep out of me today as we soldiered up the 398 steps to the top. (He-Man Ken!)

    (Actually, wife who had already gone to the gym this morning was not happy to have to do more exercise.)

    Anyways, we rewarded ourselves with a large serving of Poutine at Ashtons. I didn't know this at the time I booked the hotel, but Chez Ashton's which is located next to ...

    Viva Le Quebec

    A travel blog entry by bobstacytrips on Jun 17, 2011

    3 comments, 8 photos

    ... Quebec. We then walked along the original wall around old Quebec City. We then tok a tour of the Bascillica De Notre Dame. It is the oldest Parish in North American, having been built around the middle 1600's. Very impressive! We walked around the seminary behind the church and made our way back to our hotel. Another 5 1/2 mile day. A short nap and then dinner with wine finished us off for the night. ...

    La Bas Ville

    A travel blog entry by owens8 on Jul 26, 2010

    56 photos

    ... we meandered about the cobblestone streets and cute little shops. We passed artists, musicians, and performers. The most memorable was a man who was creating a unique style of music using drinking glasses! The sound was beautiful and unforgettable.

    It was a very clean city--even the horses wore diapers! It was an atmosphere that you can't really find ...