Quebec City

Voted North America's Best Winter Wonderland by the readers of the USA Today!

Québec City is a charming, historic city with a European feel all just outside your hotel door!

The streets around Chateau Frontenac have cool historic vibe and are totally worth checking out. Rue Saint-Louis and Rue Sainte-Anne have awesome restaurants and cool shops. It's a great spot to grab a snack and chill before you keep on exploring this amazing city.

A magical winter wonderland of Fun


Designated a World Heritage treasure by UNESCO, Old Québec is the only walled city north of Mexico. As the cradle of French civilization in North America, it’s a living history lesson with a remarkable mix of architecture, heritage, art, and culture.

Historic Old Quebec

Old Québec immerses you in an unforgettable journey through time. Stroll through the historical districts, all within walking distance from each other. This eminently walkable historic neighbourhood offers up an incredible mix of wow-inducing winter scenes and Old World charm.

Chateau Frontenac, an iconic symbol for over a century

Château Frontenac, the world’s most photographed hotel, has stood overlooking the St. Lawrence River and Dufferin Terrace for over 100 years. Perched atop the headland, the landmark establishment has become a veritable icon of the Old City. Construction of the hotel began in 1892. Since then, it has been expanded several times, including in 1924, when a central turret was added, and again in 1926 after fire destroyed part of the building.


Spectacular Vistas

No matter where you stand on Dufferin Terrace, you’re rewarded with breathtaking views: the icebound St. Lawrence, Ile d’Orléans all frosted with snow, and the city of Lévis and Quebec City’s Lower Town beneath their mantel of white. The 671-metre-long wooden boardwalk is a popular year-round gathering place—and the perfect spot for snapping some pictures.

A little square with a whole lot of history

The site of the first permanent French settlement in North America, Place Royale is steeped in history. It was here that Samuel de Champlain chose to erect his “Abitation,” which served as a fort, storehouse, trading post, and residence after his arrival in 1608. Place Royale is also home to Notre-Dame-des-Victoires, the oldest stone church in North America, built in 1688. With its enchanting surroundings, the square feels like a real-life time capsule!

Shop, Boutiques, Restaurants and Cafe's Await

Rue Saint-Jean is a must on pretty well every visitor’s to-see list. From the superb skating rink in Place d’Youville, the shops, restaurants, concert halls, and historic buildings along the celebrated street offer plenty of opportunities to warm up and take a timeout.

An iconic symbol for over a century

Perched on a promontory, Chateau Frontenac will inspire you with breathtaking views of the St. Lawrence River and the fortified old city.

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