Quebec

Oct 21, 2019 - Oct 22, 2019

2 guests - 1 room

Quebec City is located along the St.Lawrence River in southern Quebec and is filled with an impressive history. Founded over 400 years ago, the city features one of only two fortified city walls in North America. Old Town Quebec City features a variety of shopping and dining options, as well as the most photographed hotel in the world, Chateau Frontenac. At Skyscanner, you can book your stay in the famous hotel or choose another one to suit your specific need.

Experience the Diversity of Quebec City

Quebec City offers a unique blend of French culture and modern appeal. French is the main language of the region, and much of the architecture in the city reflects its European roots. Step back in time as you walk within the city walls or visit the Plains of Abraham, a historic park and 18th-century battle site. If you have a rental car, you could also travel to the breathtaking Montmorency Falls located just 8 miles northwest of the city.

Where Do I Book a Hotel in Quebec City?

When you're ready to take a trip to Quebec City, Skyscanner is here to help you book all of your accommodations with ease. Find everything from cheap hotels to spacious apartments and luxury resorts. Filter your results by price, stars, amenities, or even hotel chain. View your options on a map to ensure you know exactly what to expect when you arrive.

Where Are the Hotels Located in Quebec City?

The majority of hotels are located around the Old Quebec region or along the river and port areas. A variety of options are available, whether you're looking for a hotel on a budget or one with a convenient location.

How Much Are the Hotels in Quebec City?

Quebec City offers hotels for every budget. The cheapest hotels are located about 1-3 miles west of the city and average around $50 per night. If you're trying to save money without sacrificing convenience, you can find quite a few hotels by the old city for under $100 per night. For a more luxurious experience, consider a 3-star or 4-star hotel closer to the river with an average price between $100-$200 per night.

Are There Luxury Hotels in Quebec City?

Yes! In Quebec City, you'll find an assortment of 4-star and 5-star hotels offering everything from spa services and fitness centers to valet parking and babysitting. The 4.5-star Hotel Le Bonne Entente is a wonderful choice for couples, offering balcony rooms, a sauna, and attached restaurants and bars. Located a little over 20 minutes southwest of downtown, the hotel is just close enough to the city while still providing the cozy feel of a romantic getaway.

What Are the Best Hotels for Families in Quebec City?

Multiple hotels in Quebec City offer convenient amenities for families. The Hilton Quebec is located within walking distance of both Old Quebec and the Plains of Abraham. The 4-star hotel offers free parking, complimentary Wi-Fi, video game consoles, and an outdoor pool. The 3-star Hotel Quartier is another great option for families at a slightly lower cost. Located 3.5 miles west of the city, the hotel offers babysitting, televisions, a laundry facility, and free parking.

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What are travelers saying about Quebec?

9.8
History Buffs
8.3
Foodies
7.4
Art & Design Lovers
6.4
Outdoor Enthusiasts
6.3
Family Travelers
Member reviews (113)
Tyson Bramer
Tyson BramerLos Angeles, California, USA
11/29/17

One of the most beautiful cities in North America! There is so much history and architecture for one to see. There are great shops and restaurants to immerse you into the Quebec culture for a lifetime.

Cath J.
Cath J.Quebec City, Canada
1/12/17

Quebec City is my hometown. It is where I grew up. I went a countless amount of time in the old town and I still enjoy every single walk I have in the Vieux-Québec. You will not find a similar city in North America when it comes to architecture. We've got a flourishing craft beer culture with many microbreweries around town and craft beer bars. Even though Quebec City is a small city when it comes to its population, we are lucky enough to attract many international acts despite the population's size. The only thing that I dislike here is winter. Regardless of the cold and the snow, it is undeniably an incredible experience for many tourists.

Juno Kim
Juno KimAnchorage, Alaska, USA
6/20/16

Meaning "where the river narrows", Quebec City is one of the oldest cities in North America. A portion of the city, as well as most of the Old Quebec area, is built on a plateau. The Old Town was designated as UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Steve DeAngelo
Steve DeAngeloCocoa, Florida
1/16/15

Quebec City is the Capital of Quebec province in Canada. It celebrated it's 400th Anniversary as a city in 2008. I'm happy to say that I got a chance to visit this "crown jewel of French Canada" and celebrate with the people of Quebec.

FAQs

The least expensive month is November, with an average of $104 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Quebec is September, with an average price of $210 per night.
The average price of a hotel in October last year was $110 per night. This is 22% less than the average nightly price of $136 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Quebec, the expected average temperature in October is 7.3°C/45.1°F. The warmest month is typically July, which averages 25.8°C/78.4°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging -16.4°C/2.5°F.
The nearest airport to Quebec is Quebec (YQB) (6.74 miles).

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