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Quebec City Hotels

Hôtel Manoir de l'Esplanade

  • 2nd floor park view room

  • 2nd floor Park view room

  • Deluxe Room with Queen Bed

  • view of the hotel from the outside, it is on the corner

  • View from our room

Pros

  • Ancestral fireplaces and dormer windows add to the charm
  • Elevator is a luxury in this part of town
  • All rooms come with full private bathrooms

Cons

  • Central location means some nighttime noise

Updated 07/30/2014

Fodor's Review

The four 1845 stone houses at the corner of rues d'Auteuil and St-Louis conceal one of the city's good deals: a charming hotel with well-appointed rooms, and a Continental breakfast with fruit, cheese, and yogurt is included. Rooms have an antique feel, with either rich dark-wood or more modern light-wood furniture, and colors and fabrics vary as well. Some rooms have exposed brick walls, a fireplace, and a glass chandelier. The front rooms, facing St-Louis Gate, are the most spacious. Those on the fourth floor are right under the eaves.

Hotel Information

Address:

83 rue d'Auteuil, Québec City, Québec, G1R 4C3, Canada

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Phone:

418-694–0834

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 34 rooms, 2 suites
  • Breakfast

Updated 07/30/2014

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By Phil

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Jul 21, 2004

Budget Hotel For Tourists And Hobbits

Stayed here over July 4th weekend. Standard budget hotel,European style, which means small rooms. People at the front desk are as helpful as possible. This hotel has one advantage, excellent location in the old and historic part of the city. Everything is within a 5 minute walk including Parliment Hill,the city fortificarions and all of the many, many tourist shops,restaurants and bars. The hotel rooms and restauarants are so small,European style

remember, that I thought old Quebec City was inhabited by Hobbits.

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