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Quebec City is one of the few remaining walled cities. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. When you enter the Gate of St. Jean, you step back into the 18th century.
Of my multiple visits to Quebec, two stand out.
After seven trips, Quebec City is one of my favorite destinations. Why is that?
1. It has a deep history but also a current flavor.
2. It is easy to get there. Connections are frequent through Toronto or Montreal.
3. The hotels and bed and breakfasts are well-priced.
4. There are multiple options for fine dining as well as casual bistros. The prices are also very good.
4. For winter sports enthusiasts, there are many options from dog sledding to skiing and skating.
5. During the remainder of the year, hiking or biking would be great.
Each season has something special.
In the heart of Old Québec, across from Parliament Hill, this historic boutique hotel is an 8-minute walk from the Québec City Convention Centre and other attractions.
In Art Deco style, Hotel Manoir D’Auteuil features free wireless internet access as well as friendly, bilingual front desk service.
Breakfast is available at this hotel for an additional fee.
Chateau Frontenac and Montmorency Park are within an 8-minute walk of this hotel.
Pets are not allowed.
Private parking is possible at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and costs CAD 22 per day.