Definitely a good value considering the central location. Perfect for a family getaway. If romance is what you’re after, then a boutique hotel might be a better choice. Although they’re going for more of a classic look rather than a contemporary one, you can tell that the décor may be outdated a few years down the road (but it’s not shabby or run-down in any way).
Very clean, large, and comfortable. We had a suite with a balcony overlooking the atrium and pool. There was a kitchenette area right by the entrance to the room with a small fridge, sink and microwave. No dishes or cutlery though... The living room was quite large and equipped with a sofa-bed where our 4-year old daughter slept. I must point out that the sofa-bed has seen better days and an adult would probably not be very comfortable sleeping on it. Double doors led to the bedroom. The bed was comfortable and clean. Both the living room and the bedroom had a TV so we could put our daughter to bed on the sofa-bed, close the double doors and watch TV late at night in our bedroom. The bathroom was on the small side, but functional with the sink area being separate from the toilet and tub/shower. Our room was very quiet throughout our stay. No noise from the hallway, nor from the swimmers below (except if you sleep on the sofa-bed in the living room, but they were faint).
Quick and efficient.
Underground, right under hotel. The rate is 19$ per day without valet service and 21$ per day with valet service.
Not included. We bought bagels, yogurt and fruit next door and ate on our balcony. There’s even a café on the other side of the street, right in front of the hotel.
There’s a gym, but we didn’t use it. The pool is large and the water temperature was just right (in the 80s). This is a recreational pool, not a lap pool. A lifeguard was on duty. Pool noodles and other toys are available, as are life jackets. It is located in the atrium so you really get an enjoyable feeling of vastness in there.
Right next to the gateway to Old Québec (porte Saint-Jean). You can walk to everything, even lower town (Saint-Roch). Plenty of shopping, restaurants, and sights within easy walking distance.
All in all, a good quality-price ratio close to everything. We stayed here four times and never had any issues.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- At a 150 meters distance from Old Quebec’s historic district, in the heart of the city downtown, stands Hotel Palace Royal | Downtown. The hotel features 234 sumptuously decorated rooms offering great comfort, memory foam mattresses, wooden floors, and magnificent views over the city. Luxurious setting filled with contemporary accents, central courtyard with swimming pool, indoor parking lot, Restaurant Beffroi Steak House within the hotel, privileged location right next to the d’Youville Place and the St. Jean Door, and more: Hotel Palace Royal provides an ideal setting for a fulfilling stay in Quebec City. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Palace Royal Hotel
- Palace Royal Quebec City
- Hotel Palace Royal Quebec/Quebec City