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The 5 Best Hotels for Business Travel in Quebec City

Joanne Latimer | January 02, 2018

If work takes you to Quebec City, you’ll want a hotel that meets certain needs—connectivity, quiet, location, fitness options and food. Here are the best choices for hotels in Quebec City for business trips and work-related excursions.


Hôtel Royal William

Why it made the list

If your app hasn’t taken off yet and you’re short on cash, the price is right at the Royal William. Perfect for entrepreneurs and small business owners, this basic hotel—there, we said it, “basic”--offers excellent value. Located in the Saint-Roch district, a short cab trip to downtown and Old Quebec, it’s presentable and furnished with staid décor. Although there’s zero sex appeal, investors will think you’re thrifty and will spend their money wisely.

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Hôtel Le Germain Dominion

Why it made the list

Le Germain is the epitome of a distinguished boutique hotel, so it’s excellent for meeting clients in the lobby or sharing a power breakfast with colleagues. The service is legendary, as is the bedding (goose down!), large bathrooms and turn-down service. The décor is a bit on the staid side (there’s a lot of dark wood), but it’s elegant and chic for business purposes. Some rooms have exposed brick. Dogs are allowed and Wi-Fi is free.

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Hilton Québec

Why it made the list

Practical—that’s the Hilton in Quebec. There’s a handy tunnel to the Quebec Convention Centre and the lobby is often abuzz with business people schmoozing at the backlit bar. While not oozing sex appeal, the Hilton hits all the right notes, with connectivity, fitness facilities, a business centre and even a relaxing rooftop pool and bar.

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Hôtel Loews Le Concorde

Why it made the list

Impressively big for Quebec, the rooms at the Loews Le Concorde are neat and simple, with basic furniture and tub chairs. The décor plays it safe, lacking pizzazz—in other words, perfect for business travelers who want to stay focused on their work. (The Concord Horizon rooms are a more chic and worth the bump). After your day of meetings, take refuge in the glamorous new heated pool with a 16-foot waterfall. Located on the hotel’s fourth floor and surrounded by windows, the pool has spectacular views of the Plains of Abraham.

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Hôtel Delta Québec

Why it made the list

By virtue of being connected to the city’s convention centre, the Delta is an excellent choice for business travelers. Also, the rooms have free Wi-Fi, ergonomic chairs, smart desks with connectivity panels and coffee makers. (There are two computers and a printer in the lobby, if you don’t like to travel with your laptop). If you want a power breakfast with clients, invite them to Le Bistro, where there is a choice of many types of morning meals—continental, buffet or a full American spread. After work, take a swim in the four-season outdoor pool. Bonus: Club level rooms have access to an executive lounge for networking.

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