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Quebec City - Hotel Recommendations (aside from the Chateau Frontenac!)

Discussion in 'TRIBE Main Forum' started by acheron, Sep 13, 2010.

  1. acheron

    acheron TRIBE Member

    As the title suggests..

    We're going to QC for a 10th Anniversary weekender... Need reco's for a nice hotel/B&B hopefully in the Old City.
  2. derek

    derek TRIBE Member

  3. videotronic

    videotronic TRIBE Member

  4. acheron

    acheron TRIBE Member

    hmmm looks good! I'll check it out.
  5. praktik

    praktik TRIBE Member

    We ended up finding an apartment in a renovated church right by the old city - so take a look at rentals as well - even for a weekend.

    We paid much less than a hotel with a shitty double bed - we were in a slick loft with a full kitchen in an old building for 90$ a night. (that was in 2000 though)
  6. acheron

    acheron TRIBE Member

    hey Le Germain looks nice. reservation = booked. looking forward to QC in the fall!

    Praktik - thank you for the suggestion.
  7. orchid

    orchid TRIBE Member

  8. lucky1

    lucky1 TRIBE Member

  9. ScottBentley

    ScottBentley TRIBE Member

    pfft. y'all are out of your tree!

    stop looking, here's your winner:


    you're away from the hustle and bustle of the downtown core, also check out the sexy lines and lofty feel of the A frame construction!

    you're welcome
    Last edited: Sep 13, 2010
  10. acheron

    acheron TRIBE Member

    So we booked at the Germaine Dominion this past weekend and had a terrific time! The hotel is nicely fitted out and the service was really well done. Breakfast was tasty! We used the concierge to make a reservation a week or so ago at a nearby bistro (Échaude - great atmosphere and food!) which was a good idea as three cruise ships were in town and everything booked up quick.

    This was our first "boutique" hotel - it was amusing to see the catalog in our room that listed prices for everything from the desk lamps to the mattress and window coverings, all available at a furnishings store nearby.

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