We very much enjoyed our stay here. We had the executive room which was roomy enough for two and all of our "stuff". Aside from the owner, who greeted us with a litany of all the things we were going to be paying him for, the staff is very helpful and friendly. Even the owner lightened up later on, but he wasn't interested in becoming close friends.. That's okay..we weren't either.
There were some comments made by earlier reviewers about the decor. Since this is really more a small hotel than B and B the decor is different, but it is attractive and, after a while, you're kind of glad everything doesn't smell like lavender.
There are three things that make this a very good place to be. First of all, its location. This Auberge sits directly across the street from a beautiful park, the Plains of Abraham, which is also the location of the art museum. You could spend hours walking there, enjoying the scenery. It is also about a block and a half from Avenue Cartier, a lively little street filled with restaurants and shops. You can choose to have breakfast here or to go out on your own. We enjoyed having ours at a sidewalk cafe here on Avenue Cartier or going to the bakery for something delicious and eating on the terrace.
If you're a walker, you CAN walk all the way into Vieux Quebec, but we're here to tell you, it's not a stroll. You can also catch a city bus nearby which will take you in.
You can choose to have breakfast here or to go out on your own. We enjoyed having ours at a sidewalk cafe here on Avenue Cartier or going to the bakery for something delicious and eating on the terrace.
It is also located on the Grand Allee, which has been likened by some tour books as Quebec's "Champs-Élysées". Unfortunately for us, it was under construction during our stay so we spent our evenings on Avenue Cartier.
The second thing is the terrace...a rooftop patio that is open to guests which is a great place to relax, picnic or just spend some quiet time.
The third thing is the beds. This is absolutely the most comfortable bed ever. If I could take it home, I would.
We felt like some of the other reviewers that it was expensive, but I think that "tourist Quebec" is expensive overall. We would recommend Auberge du Quartier.
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- Also Known As:
- Auberge Du Quartier Hotel Quebec City
- Auberge Du Quartier Quebec City
- Auberge Du Quartier Quebec/Quebec City