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Auberge Saint Antoine

Auberge Saint Antoine

Québec City, Canada

In the heart of Québec City's old port, the Auberge Saint Antoine faces the mighty Saint Lawrence River and is located just a few steps away from the ramparts, museums and busy streets of Québec's Le Petit Champlain. Thoughtfully restored, it retains the charm of its past with all the amenities of contemporary living. The hotel also displays relics uncovered from the earth beneath the inn, creating a vivid reminder of the city's early history.

There are 95 rooms and suites, each with fine linens, goose down duvets and pillows, large opening windows and indulgent bathrooms. The six historical suites in the Hunt House retain historic character but still have all the amenities of the other rooms. A member of Relais & Châteaux, the Auberge is proud of its acclaimed restaurant, Chez Muffy. This stone-walled and timber-roofed room has river views and serves French-Canadian food with a twist. Lighter fare is available from the Café Artefact, adjacent to the lobby.

Complimentary Wi-Fi is available throughout the property and valet parking is available for around $28 per day. Alternatively, public parking is also available nearby for around $20 per day.

OUR RATING: Deluxe

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Right in the heart of Québec's basse ville, this hotel offers one of the finest restaurants in Canada, as well as great comfort, service and an inspired take on the city’s rich heritage. Each room is unique, with decor inspired by an object unearthed on the hotel’s grounds.

Rooms

The Auberge's contemporary style carries through the rooms. The focus is on natural textures and understated neutrals with pops of surprisingly bright shades. Each room is unique, the decor inspired by an object unearthed from under the hotel.

Each room has views of the courtyard, river or the old city, and they all feature a TV, Nespresso machine and a Bose sound system. The Comfort rooms are perfectly acceptable but if you want more space, or a terrace, consider the Luxe rooms.

Location

Located in the heart of old Québec City, and near to the cruise ship terminal, Auberge Sainte Antoine faces the mighty St. Lawrence River. The hotel is just a few steps from the ramparts, museums, cafés and busy streets of Québec’s Le Petit Champlain. 

Food and drink

Named after the hotel’s matriarch, Chez Muffy serves a menu inspired by classic French and Canadian cuisine. The farm-to-fork dishes are made from local ingredients — many grown on the hotel’s own farm — and feature slow cooking methods like braising and rotisserie.

The restaurant serves lunch and dinner and Sunday brunch in a dining room decorated with natural materials — grey stone, bare wood and rustic blue-and-white fabrics.

Bar Artefact serves a menu of light meals and creative cocktails in a casually sophisticated space that is decorated with historic objects.

Tour ideas in Québec City

Our itineraries are there to spark ideas for how you could include a stay at Auberge Saint Antoine as part of your trip. Treat them simply as suggestions, because every aspect of the trip we create for you will be yours to define.

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