249 rue St-Paul, Québec City, Québec, G1K 3W5, Canada
Above Belley Tavern, where old-fashioned tin ceilings and modern furniture attract a cool crowd, is this modest hotel. Rooms are simple, with exposed brick walls and beamed ceilings; bathrooms have showers only; and the work of local artists is everywhere. The location is convenient; a stone's throw from the train station, Marché du Vieux-Port, and the antiques district. Built as a private house around 1842, the building has housed various taverns since 1868; the current hotel opened in 1987.
- close to antiques district
- hip tourists meet at the tavern downstairs
- the fact that pub servers often take care of check-in can make things awkward
- no elevator
Rate Includes: No meals
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