Art deco and art nouveau combine in this hotel, where an ornate sculpted iron banister wraps up through four floors, and the guest rooms, all different, blend modern design with the art deco structure. One room was once a chapel, and two have a tiny staircase leading to their bathrooms with marble or granite tiles. Two rooms have showers with seven showerheads. Rooms on the fourth floor are smaller but are less expensive and come with great views of the Parliament Buildings.
The Edith Piaf Suite, named for the French singer who used to frequent the hotel, is popular with some who stay here.
Apr 28, 2007
I found this little hotel extremely charming and gave me an "old Quebec" experience. The hotel owners were so very sociable and helpful. I would visit this wonderful hotel often.
Jun 18, 2006
A group of 6 women on vacation to Quebec City were welcomed and treated as family friends by the American/French-speaking innkeepers, Daniel and Linda. The accommodations were cozy, especially during an unseasonably cold and rainy period in June. From the first contact by phone with Daniel, we felt welcomed and were encouraged to rely on Dan and Linda's expertise for daily tour and food suggestions. We were not disappointed by either. They have
great knowledge of the area and are happy to share suggestions and options for sightseeing and restaurants. Each of us would return to this lovely inn in old Quebec and we were quite pleased with the service, ambience and the staff and owners.
Jul 7, 2002
This hotel is a great deal - great location, great rooms, great prices and some of the nicest owners and staff we've met. We were thrilled we found it and highly recommend it.