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Auberge Saint-Antoine
Ranked #5 of 102 Hotels in Quebec City
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 23 July 2007

We stayed at Auberge Saint-Antoine 7/8-7/12. Had wonderful time. Made reservations directly with hotel, their on-line system is not good, couldn't book packages thru it. We had Luxe room with breakfast. Room was very nice, breakfast was great. Panache restaurant is wonderful one of our best meals while in QC & Montreal. Not sure what previous reviewer is talking about as our check-out time noted in room was 12pm.
Would highly recommend hotel. After trip saw in
Travel & Leisure this hotel is in top 20 for best hotels in US & Canada. Only small complaint towels could be of better quality were hard not soft as should be, floor in bathroom was heated which was nice.
Panache restaurant is located in hotel. Toast, Initiale, Echaude are all very close to hotel. All of these restaurants are worth a visit.

  • Stayed: July 2007, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 9 July 2007

We stayed recently at the Auberge St Antoine and found the hotel to be above-average. In general, the hotel is in a good location in the Lower Town, very clean and inviting, staff are helpful but not snooty. These are the good things that we liked about the hotel.
The only rooms availabe were the Classic Rooms and that fetches $275 per night. The room is comfortable but nothing remarkable, the towels are small but are adequately supplied, and an 0ne-hour extension to the noon check-out is not granted as per request. These are the things that the hotel can improve on.
In conclusion, there is nothing fundamentally wrong with the hotel and there is nothing expceptional either. So we would not recommend or disuade someone from picking this. Considering the price of the hotel room, we would consider another choice in the area.

Stayed: July 2007
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Reviewed 24 June 2007

We spent four nights the first week of June and found everything about the Auberge perfect. The restaurant was the best on our Canadian trip--beautiful setting, great service and delicious food. (And we ate very well in both Quebec City and Montreal) The only poor
thing about our trip was the weather--it rained every day--so it was wonderful finding a nook in the lobby and sitting by the fire reading. When we went up to the upper town and saw the tour groups swarming around the Frontenac we were especially happy to go back to the Auberge. I have no reservations about recommending this hotel.

  • Stayed: June 2007, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank 100db
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Reviewed 15 June 2007

My wife and I stayed in a gorgeous "Luxe" room with a view of a courtyard and the St. Lawrence River just beyond. The hotel displays artifacts found it excavated lower levels during a recent renovation. A few hundred years ago, the shoreline for the river was where the current hotel sits. The French settlers filled the river in order to create extra living space. Eventually, a French armory was built and abandoned. Little pieces of Quebec's French past now sit behind colofully lit display cases around the hotel. The hotel's new world-class restaurant, Panache, was a converted centuries-old warehouse. Take a peak inside if you get a chance, to see the wood-beams and stone walls.

Our room (pictured) was beatifully furnished, with ample closet space and a king-size pillow-top bed so comfortable, it made getting up in the morning very difficult. Even in our room, we found a lit glass display case showing an artifact from Quebec City's past (it was a three-hundred year-old wine barrell faucet. Nightly turn-down service was a very nice touch. We came to the room at night to find the sheets folded back, the next day's weather report on the desk and bottles of water sitting at both sides of our bed. The bathroom (pictured) was spacious and beautifully maintained by the housekeeping staff. Also, I had almost wished we'd stayed during the winter, as I'm sure the heated bathroom tiled floors would have been an absolute pleasure to walk on!

We were very pleased by the crisp and professional service behind the desk and with the bellhops. You can even make appointments with the desk manager to get tours of the hotel's artifacts. This is something the staff will be glad to set up for you, rather conveying to you that it is some kind of imposition or distraction.

Hotels rarely get to be more joyful or unique an experience than this one. It clearly deserves to be part of the prestigious "Relais & Chateaux" chain of hotels and restaurants. It is definitely a stand-out in the entire province of Quebec.

  • Stayed: June 2007, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 2 June 2007

We stayed at the auberge over Memorial Day weekend. I would point out to start that we found the inn's web-site to have a substandard on-line reservation system. We had to call to learn what rooms were available.

The inn itself is quite unique. With so much history, the inn has created a mini-museum where pieces of pottery, etc. found on-site are displayed around the inn. Okay, it's not the Louvre, but in a world of endless generic hotels we found this refreshingly different and impressive.

Our room was a suite on the top floor. It was very clean and polished, with a lavish shower, gas fireplace, tvs and stereos, etc. We loved our deck, with a pretty view of the river and waterfront. The entire hotel had the same feeling of sophistication, cleanliness, and elegance.

A few other random notes: For those most interested in location, the inn has a terrific spot in the lower old city; you can walk everywhere. For those, like me, very interested in quiet hotel rooms, we didn't hear any sound through the walls all weekend (it may have helped that we were on the top floor). For people looking for a unique hotel experience, the inn has its own movie theater, which is surprisingly big and attractive; we didn't have time to use it, but we were told that guests can pick a movie from the inn's collection (fairly small, just 20 or so) and have it played in the theater.

Overall, this is an inn with the cleanliness and quality of a top-notch hotel and a history and style that make it stand apart from other luxury properties.

  • Stayed: May 2007, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 28 May 2007

After reading the reviews of the Auberge St. Antoine on this website, we decided to spend the weekend there and forego staying at the Chateau Frontenac, which is where everyone seems to flock. We were not disappointed.

This is a great boutique hotel with a wonderful location in the Old Port and with a truly amazing restaurant. The restaurant was not surprising as this property is part of the Relais et Chateaux group. Our room was a suite and was very comfortable for my family, which included 2 kids which slept in the living room on the sleep sofa. The hotel, as well as the entire Old Port area, has undergone a thorough upgrading. I would definitely recommend anyone going to QC stay here and skip the Frontenac which has turned into a beaten up property preferred by aloof tourists and the usual weekend school trip groups.

While our room was a very stylish suite, our friends stayed in a basic classic room which was nothing special. I would strongly recommend that you get a suite and enjoy the flat screen TVs, the wet bar, the heated floors in the bathroom and other little perks that came along with the package.

  • Stayed: May 2007
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Reviewed 18 May 2007

This is a wonderful hotel with an incredibly helpful staff in a terrific location. The rooms are nicely appointed - very comfortable beds. Turn down service in the evenings. The public spaces are welcoming. Every evening we had a beverage in the living room like lounge. There are many nooks for privacy - two with fireplaces which were quite nice even in mid-May. The restaurant, Panache, lives up to its high reputation. Free wifi internet in the rooms and if you don't feel like lugging your laptop there is a business center open 24 hours with free internet service. The location is quite close to all the best restaurants in the area - no trudging uphill in the evenings to get to dinner. The helpful concierge helped us make dinner reservations every night and we had incredible meals. We had debated staying at the Frotenac and were glad we didn't. For $8.50 you can take a tour of that hotel and see what you aren't missing. I wouldn't consider staying anywhere else in Quebec but Saint -Antoine. I also thought our rate was incredibly fair for what we received ($189/night).

  • Stayed: May 2007, travelled with friends
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Additional Information about Auberge Saint-Antoine

Address: 8 Saint-Antoine St, Quebec City, Quebec G1K 4C9, Canada
Region: Canada > Quebec > Quebec City
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Suites
Hotel Style:
#1 Luxury Hotel in Quebec City
#1 Business Hotel in Quebec City
#2 Romantic Hotel in Quebec City
#3 Family Hotel in Quebec City
Price Range: £132 - £385 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4.5 star — Auberge Saint-Antoine 4.5*
Number of rooms: 94
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
More than a boutique hotel, Auberge Saint-Antoine is a window on Québec City’s past. Hundreds of artifacts from both the French and English regimes were discovered during an extensive archaeological dig on the property. In this unique contemporary space, the past has been audaciously re-interpreted for you to savour. ... more   less 
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Auberge Saint Antoine Quebec City
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