Auberge Sainte Antoine is a indulgent hotel in the historic heart of Québec City. It displays many relics unearthed from the site on which the hotel now stands.
Hotel Manoir Victoria
The Manoir Victoria has been a part of Quebec’s history for over 150 years, which is reflected in its historic exterior and entrance way on the Cote du Palais. This contrasts wonderfully with its chic, modern interior where every details lends itself to the luxurious feel of the property. Their focus on luxury extends to the cuisine, with all of their restaurants offering gastronomic experiences in true Quebecois style, while incorporating Nordic inspiration into many of their finest dishes.
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The hotel has 156 rooms in six categories. Standard rooms come in both one and two bed varieties as do their superior rooms, which are more spacious. Next up are the deluxe and grand luxury rooms, which are larger again and come equipped with rain showers and in-room climate control. Their six distinctive rooms provide all of this as well as an ambient fireplace and large sitting area complete with a sofa, these rooms also offer the option of adjoining rooms. Finally, they have three deluxe suites available; adding a separated lounge area. All of their rooms have a private bathroom, smart TV and coffee machine as well as high-speed Wi-Fi throughout the building.
The Manoir Victoria is situated within the Old City, a ten-minute walk from historical sites including La Citadelle and the Saint Lawrence riverfront. Many excellent restaurants and shopping options dot the Rue Saint-Jean as it leads from the hotel down to Place d’Youville, a five-minute walk away.
Food and drink
The ever popular Chez Boulay offers renowned Nordic-inspired seasonal cuisine including fish and game dishes paired with fine wines. La Table du Manoir serves a wide selection of breakfast buffet options every morning and Le Comptoir Boreal, at the entrance, is a laboratory of unique pastries and light dishes, as well as coffee, for those seeking something quick without sacrificing on quality.
More than half of the rooms can accommodate up to four people across two beds, and the hotel also has adjoining rooms to provide good options for families in need of a little extra space. Babysitting & cots also available on-site.
Facilities and activities
Le Spa du Manoir offers a wide range of aromatherapy, massage and rejuvenating options in their eight treatment rooms. This is further complimented by the hotels indoor salt-water pool, fitness suite and sauna to provide both invigorating and relaxing options for your stay.
The hotel has three accessible rooms available. Please note that the main entrance is via a staircase — guests with mobility issues can use an alternative entrance.
Manoir Victoria’s enviable location close to Québec’s Old Town makes this a great place to stay in the city. We particularly rate the hotel’s excellent on-site restaurant and highly recommend advanced reservations.
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Alternative places to stay nearby
Where possible, we like to offer a range of accommodation for each stop of your trip, chosen by our specialists as some of their favorite places to stay. To help you make the right choice, we give each property a rating based on its facilities and service, but we also look for hotels with distinct character or a location that can’t be bettered.
Located in the Port district, Le Saint-Pierre is a boutique hotel that's full of old world charm, housed in a listed 19th century building in the heart of Québec’s old town, with many of the main attractions just a five minute walk away.
Overlooking the St. Lawrence River, Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac offers a wide range of rooms and suites to choose from, and possibly the finest restaurant in the city.
Experiences while staying here
The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.
Discover the heritage and gastronomic culture of Québec City with a 20-minute stop at Old Harbour Market.
This delightful walking tour visits all the major sights of the old city in a downhill fashion at a leisurely pace. Professional guides make sure that you gain a good understanding of the history and the everyday-life of this World Heritage Site.