The 5 Most Romantic Hotels in Quebec City

Joanne Latimer | January 02, 2018

Quebec City is ideal for romantic getaways, anniversaries, engagements and all kinds of steamy encounters. These hotels are particularly encouraging, stoking passions with their décor and ambiance


Fairmont Le Château Frontenac Hotel

Why it made the list

What could be more romantic than a fairytale castle? The Chateau Frontenac has a long and storied history of attracting glamorous guests, including Grace Kelley, Alfred Hitchcock, Queen Elizabeth and Liz Taylor. The renovated Delux rooms have spa showers and King beds, but consider upgrading to a renovated Fairmont Gold Room (about $150 extra per night) on the 12th to 17th floor. Those rooms includes a spa bathroom, deluxe breakfast, newspapers, and access to a lounge with wine and gourmet appetizers before dinner, a concierge, private check-in and check-out.

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Hôtel Le Clos St-Louis

Why it made the list

If a hotel could be blessed by the Bronte sisters, this Old World gem would win their approval. They might even fight over the antique writing desk and the upholstered settees. Strictly Victorian—down to the teapot in every room and ruffled bed skirt—the ambiance screams 1880. Yet, a recent renovation upgraded the bathrooms, making it romantic as well as practical. Hungry young lovers will appreciate the decadent breakfast prepared by the hosts. (Order the French toast). The only drawback is the lack of king-sized beds.

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Auberge St-Antoine

Why it made the list

The gold standard in romantic, luxury getaways. This upscale property exudes class (i.e. this is no place for a nooner). The Auberge St-Antoine is part of the exclusive Relaise & Château network, so standards are high. Couples who want to disappear into their rooms appreciate the décor—a mix of antiques and contemporary style. There are upholstered headboards and a handy “do not disturb” switch by the bed—a stroke of genius. Plus, the in-house restaurant is top-notch, so no need to leave the property.

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Hôtel Cap Diamant

Why it made the list

Would you like to spend an afternoon in a tranquil garden? This Upper Town hotel boasts a rare urban flower garden. To enjoy the property’s backyard to its fullest, there’s a four-season veranda, with an exposed stone wall and sitting areas for quiet contemplation. Lovers appreciate the garden’s natural water cascade and wooden fence.

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Auberge Place d'Armes

Why it made the list

This quiet auberge is ideal for amorous encounters. The ancestral architecture and Versailles furnishings make it special, as do the soaker tubs and heated bathroom floors. Ask about the Romance package to tack onto your room. The package starts at $85 plus tax, providing breakfast, four-course Table d’Hôte, a welcome cocktail and a bottle of sparkling wine when you and your guest arrive.

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