Welcome to Downtown Quebec City Hotels!
Find Hotels near Downtown Quebec. For business and travel we find you the best. rates on all the major brands of hotels. Beginning with secure online booking process, we hope to provide a convenient travel experience that will lead to the greatest of memories you'll create during your stay. browse downtown hotels
Hotel Manoir Victoria
With its unique European style, the hotel now offers 156 rooms and suites some of which are high-luxury units with ambiance fireplace and whirlpool bath, eight meeting and function rooms that can accommodate up to 175 people. learn more
On Parliament Hill, the Hilton Quebec hotel stands guard over the heritage and charm of Canada's oldest city. Located across the street from the Old City, with indoor access to the Quebec City Convention Centre and Place Quebec shops. learn more
Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac Hotel
Offering three exquisite dining opportunities and a distinctive Gallic charm, this stately hotel stands above historic Old Quebec, a United Nations World Heritage Site. A stay at the chateau permits you easy walking access to all of the sites. learn more
About Downtown Quebec
The capital city of the province of Quebec in Canada is one of the oldest cities in North America. This city still has fortified walls making it a one of a kind city North of Mexico. This area is a visual delight with its quaint parks and beautiful buildings that have detailed architecture and old world charm. Downtown Quebec City has many new and stylish boutiques that keep visitors coming back for more. The major events that are hosted frequently and year round add excitement to the area. Many restaurants featuring a multitude of international foods have delighted the taste buds of worldly visitors and local residents alike. The excitement of this area cannot be denied but travelers seeking a tranquil day have been known to picnic in one of the parks while enjoying nature in its abundance. Whether a day of shopping, eating or entertainment is planned, all can be had with little effort in bustling, eclectic Downtown Quebec City.