Auberge St-Antoine


  • Unique architectural accents and exhibits
  • Common spaces are elegant, open, and comfortable


  • Low vacancy means guests must plan well in advance

Published 10/26/2015

Fodor's Review

This charming hotel incorporates the historic stone walls of a 19th-century warehouse along with artifacts dating to the 1600s, many of which were found during an expansion and are now in glass displays in the public areas and guest rooms. Antiques and contemporary pieces fill the bedrooms, some with fireplaces, large terraces, or river views. A few rooms have themes, such as the Capitaine, decorated as a ship-captain's quarters, the Victorian, or the Garden. Guests can arrange DVD movie screenings at Cinéma St-Antoine, a comfy on-site theater, or work up an appetite in the gym before dining at the hotel's restaurant, Panache.

Hotel Information


8 rue St-Antoine, Québec City, Québec, G1K 4C9, Canada

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418-692–2211; 888-692–2211

Hotel Details:

  • 84 rooms, 11 suites
  • Rate includes: No meals

Published 10/26/2015


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