Stumbled onto charming Rue Sainte-Anne, narrow cobble stone street with European flair, we liked it so much came back to have supper outside Hotel Sainte-Anne after sight seeing, ordered fired calamari, pizza and salmon tartare with Trapiche chardonnay, kids loved the food, all flavorful and came timely, price not cheap but worth it for good service and great atmosphere, had a lovely time, would recommend.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in the heart of Old Quebec, the building that houses the Hotel Sainte-Anne is a living witness of the history of downtown Québec. Before becoming a hotel, the place was a center of festivity where politicians met after long hours spent in the National Assembly. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Sainte-Anne Quebec/Quebec City