More than 35 hotels are located in Old Québec, and there’s also an abundance of family-run bed-and-breakfasts. Landmark hotels are as prominent as the city's most historic sights, while modern high-rises outside the ramparts have spectacular views of the Old City. Another option is to immerse yourself in the city's historic charm by staying in an old-fashioned inn, where no two rooms are alike. Be
sure to make a reservation if you visit during peak season (May through September) or during the Winter Carnival, in January and/or February.
During especially busy times, hotel rates usually rise 30%. From November through April, many lodgings offer weekend discounts and other promotions.
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