This adorableeee little Airbnb on the tiniest, quietest, street right off one of the main roads. The exposed brick and stone really amplified the quaint, European feel of Old Quebec. The home was so warm and cozy, while the weather outside was snowy and festive.
My absolute favorite part of the house was the outdoorsy feeling shower. There was a large window cutout of the shower that overlooked a gigantic stone, which looked like it was in the backyard, but really it was embedded in the house.
This Airbnb was in the perfect location for our Christmas Weekend. It was just a 5 minute uber ride to Place Royal, where we spent most of our time. It was also walking distance to one of the main nightlife streets, Grand Allee. We actually did the walk one night from Grand Allee to our Airbnb and it was absolutely gorgeous! The walk home was through a beautiful park and the moon was glistening off the fresh fallen snow and river in the distance. Very romantic, for all of you lovebirds!
The hosts, Jeremie and Danyka, were nothing short of amazing. Their communication was great, always responding right away and answering any questions we had. The apartment was also equipped with everything you’d ever need. Full kitchen, washer & dryer, loads of blankets, sheets, and towels, wifi, and television. I highly recommend this Airbnb for your next trip to Quebec City.
If you’re looking for more of a full-service hotel, then you should look into the Château Frontenac and the Auberge Saint Antoine.
The Château Frontenac is the iconic, castle-like building that you will see from almost anywhere you are in Quebec. Situated on the top of the hill in Old Quebec city, this hotel is one of the most photographed hotels in the world.
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Photo by: Tonresto
Auberge Saint Antoine is a smaller, family-owned, boutique hotel at the bottom of the hill, right in the heart of Old Quebec. They have the cutest, coziest restaurant and amazing staff.
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We looked into both of these hotels and went to check them out while we were in town and they are both great options. However, our Airbnb was more affordable and spacious. AND I don’t think either of these hotel showers would have compared to ours!