It's safe to say this hilltop, castle-like property is synonymous with Old Québec. Opened in 1893, the 618-room hotel (said to be one of the most photographed in the world) has welcomed guests from King George VI to Charles de Gaulle and snagged on-screen appearances in films including Alfred Hitchcock's I Confess. The regal atmosphere extends to the hotel's spacious guestrooms, which are outfitted with rich brocade and mahogany furniture. Guests may indulge in classic afternoon tea, opt for spa treatments at the renowned Payot Institute spa, or explore the ski resorts nearby.
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