Le Port-Royal

Address: 144 rue Saint-Pierre , Quebec City, Quebec, G1K 8N8, Canada | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Port-Royal Quebec City

Reviewed by mikeandtara

Relaxing in comfort

Reviewed Feb 20, 2015
by (1 review) Orleans, Ontario , Canada Flag of Canada

excellent hotel. Comfortable, great amenities and the staff was great. rooms were modern and clean. keurig in the room with kitchenette. parking right in front of the hotel. ***** star imo

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Reviewed by lewismdm

Perfect for Cruisers!

Reviewed Oct 5, 2012
by (1 review) , Canada Flag of Canada

I feel like I've just been in a fairy tale story book.
This hotel is picture perfect from the moment you walk in the grand front entrance.
Unfortunately we had a very late arriving flight, however the fine gentleman at the desk was expecting us - though it was was one in the morning.
Our room 208A was incredible. I could have moved right in for good. Though we had no opportunity to use it, there was a full kitchen, a little dining table and a writing desk. We did enjoy the luxurious washroom, king size bed with great linens and pillows and of course a view that has been raved about on this site already.
My only wee negative is that I couldn't get warm enough. This is a VERY old building and I realize it would be hard to heat.
Breakfast was included with our room. Le 48 is a very interesting restaurant. I only wish we could have also eaten dinner there too! I had the maple French toast. A nice treat with real maple syrup.
This hotel is within sight of the port if you peer around the corner.
I can not imagine I would stay anywhere else should I ever be so fortunate as to visit QC again

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TripAdvisor Reviews Le Port-Royal Quebec City

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Quebec City

Via Rail

A travel blog entry by jogo on Jul 19, 2012

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... eingeschlafen war.

Am nächsten Tag unterhalten wir uns, sie heißt Vanesa, kommt aus Argentinien und ist total nett. Sie ist übrigens kein Mädchen mehr sondern eine Frau (36) und sie hat wunderschöne Kleider.

Ich bleibe nur wenige Tage in Quebec, aber die haben es in sich.

Die Leute die ich kennenlerne sind alle superlieb und wir haben viele tolle Unterhaltungen.

Quebec City - Walking Tour

A travel blog entry by kathypender on Feb 09, 2012

53 photos

... louis (gate). The fortifications of Quebec surrounding the old town are close to 4.6 km in length. A path allows visitors to stroll the walls and immerse themselves in the history of the defence system of the only remaining fortified city north of Mexico.

We decided to take the option of going for a visit to the Citadelle, at the top of cote de Ia Citadelle. We took a wrong turn (it was badly signed) at the top and were ...

Entry # 3: New place where to live, new responsibi

A travel blog entry by cathou1491 on Mar 24, 2011

1 photo

... they are working when Heather is too busy or when she needs to leave the classroom. Actually, I am a substitute teacher. To conclude, I think that this job and the fact that I am alone for one month will help me to discover myself and discover that I am able to do a lot more things that I think I am able to.

Photo: On the photo, you can see my tickets, for the adapted taxi, my pin that I use at school, my schedule and my phone. All I need to be well ...

What was I thinking?

A travel blog entry by hkirkpatrick on Jun 18, 2010

4 photos

... hours at home! But we signed on, and he went over the route with me. The bike trails are VERY NICE in quebec. No cars, and nice signage. I guess I was thinking that we might bike faster than 1 hour. It was about 83 degrees, and sunny. Thank goodness it was all relatively flat. We had to be back by 4:30 to catch our train, and we left at 2:15pm. . . . .leaving us all of about 15 minutes to look at Mont ...