Restaurants and Hotels Near the Videotron Centre

Centre Vidéotron
Stéphane Groleau

In the fall of 2015, Québec City’s old Colisée de Québec was replaced by a brand new multipurpose stadium. In the year since, the Videotron stage has been graced by the likes of Metallica, Madonna, Cirque du Soleil, Muse, Céline Dion and Pearl Jam. Hockey fans, in the meantime, have been treated to local team Les Remparts’ regular season games as well as special NHL matches. Below, you’ll find practical info to help you plan your Videotron Centre experience.

Places to Stay near the Videotron Centre

The following 3 hotels are close to the Videotron Centre (± 3 km):

The following 4 hotels are close to the Videotron Centre and near a public transit station that offers free parking and shuttle service to the stadium:

Places to Eat near the Videotron Centre

Map Centre Vidéotron

Grand Marché de Québec (public market)

Next to the Centre Vidéotron, the Grand Marché de Québec extends its opening hours on hockey game or show nights, allowing you to start the evening with a great meal at one of the participating restaurants.

Vanier

Family-style restaurant options abound in the Vanier area, which is best navigated by car. Here are a few family classics:

If you’re in a rush or on a budget, there are plenty of fast food options: McDonald’s, Thaïzone, Tim Hortons, and more.

Limoilou

Limoilou is a vibrant neighbourhood with a great selection of local restaurants. Take a stroll along 3e Avenue and see what catches your fancy. We recommend:

Saint-Roch

Sandwiched between Limoilou and Old Québec, Saint-Roch is a great place to grab a bite if you’re in the area. Most restaurants are on Saint-Joseph and Saint-Vallier, two of the main shopping streets.

Buffet-Style Restaurant

Buffets are great when you're a group or if you prefer self-service to waiting between courses. This buffet is near the stadium:

Also check out the list of restaurants in and around Old Québec.

Getting to the Videotron Centre

Address: 250 Boulevard Wilfrid-Hamel, Québec, G1A 5A7
www.lecentrevideotron.ca

By Car:
There are 4,300 parking spots onsite at the Videotron Centre. They cost $8 to $15 each, depending on the event (cash only at time of publication).

Public Transit:
RTC shuttles serve Remparts games and shows that take place on weekends and in the evening during the week from free parking lots on the outskirts.

The 802 Métrobus stops at the Videotron Centre and runs every 10 to 15 minutes. The 801 and several local routes will take you within walking distance. For a handy trip planner and complete bus schedules, see the RTC (Réseau de transport de la Capitale) website.

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