New Accommodations Offer in the Québec City Area

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Editorial Team
Updated on May 1, 2024
Aerial view of Old Québec in winter, with the frozen St. Lawrence River, Château Frontenac and Holy Trinity Church.
Francis Gagnon

The accommodation offer is constantly being renewed in Québec City and in the surrounding area. To help you put together the most up-to-date packages, here are establishments  which they have been renovated or are recently opened. 

  • 1

    Hilton Québec

    The ever-popular Hilton Québec got a major makeover thanks to a full year of renovations. The work extended to the building exterior, indoor common areas, restaurant, and rooms, which boast spectacular views of the city. It’s the biggest outlay since the hotel opened in 1974. 

    569 units
    Contact:
    Gina Cuglietta
    418-648-6485 

  • 2

    L'Hôtel du Capitole

    Fully renovated, Le Capitole Hôtel offers guests a whole new experience. You’ll be blown away by the contemporary look, rooftop patio, and sweeping views of the city that start from the reception on the 7th floor. With its concert venue and Italian restaurant, this hotel is highly popular with locals and tourists who love culture. 

    109 units
    Contact:
    Anne-Marie Noreau
    418-694-9930 x207

  • 3

    Hôtel Clarendon

    Also fully renovated, the Clarendon Hotel got a swish new look just in time to celebrate its 150th anniversary (the hotel first opened in 1870). From the bathrooms to the walls and flooring to the furniture, everything was redesigned and modernized. Located in the heart of Old Québec, the hotel is also home to Les Mordus, a restaurant that serves fantastic fish and seafood.

    143 units
    Contact:
    Ève Bolduc
    418-692-1511 x3350

  • 4

    Hôtel Royal William

    The Royal William has a welcoming and distinctive new interior, with new rooms and loft-style studios featuring incredibly comfortable beds and pillows. Choose from four different categories: Urban Rooms, Urban Suites, Studios, and Studios+. The latter category has units with kitchenettes so you can cook your own meals, whether you’re in town for a few days or a few weeks. This is an excellent option for clients who want to stay in Saint-Roch.

    44 units
    Contact:
    Jean-Michel Painchaud
    418-521-4488 x503 

  • 5

    Hôtel Nomad

    ecoPreviously, Le Château Fleur de Lys, Hôtel Nomad recently done a gorgeous makeover. Carbo Neutral certified hotel since 2021 and first hotel in Québec to obtain Biosphere certification, this establishment offers its visitors a legendary hospitality, in an atmosphere where culture, history, travel and human warmth come together.

    16 units
    Contact: 
    Olivier Donzelot 
    581-990-0583

  • 6

    Hôtel Boutique Ophelia

    Open since July 2022, Hôtel Boutique Ophelia is a new boutique hotel, located in Old Quebec. This establishment offers upscale rooms and suites that focus on historic character and modernity. Completely renovated, they are comfortable and luxurious.        

    6 units
    Contact: 
    Normand Lefebvre
    418-456-5925

  • 7

    Hôtel Atypiq

    Open since June 2022, Hôtel Atypiq, this completely new hotel, stands out for its innovative approach. Visitors can check in independently and this establishment offers a concept between the common areas of a youth hostel and the comfort of a hotel room. The beds unfold from the ceiling to maximize space and the works of Quebec artists are  spotlighted, in an unusual place: the shower!                                                                                          

    33 units
    Contact: 
    Brigitte Gauvin
    418-571-4426

  • 8

    Lofts Dorchester

    Also located in oh-so-hip Saint-Roch, Les Lofts Dorchester is the latest offering from Lofts Vieux-Québec, a company that rents a collection of cozy, modern apartments across town. Clients can choose the area that most inspires them and live like locals in unique accommodations where they can really get a feel for the place and have an authentic cultural experience.  

    34 units
    Contact: 
    Éric Merlin
    418-431-9905 

  • 9

    Hôtel-Musée Premières Nations

    The 25 new Deluxe rooms at the Hôtel-Musée Premières Nations offer an upscale experience, harmoniously combining comfort, modernity and Aboriginal cultural elements. By staying in these rooms, guests will experience and appreciate the richness of First Nations culture while enjoying a comfortable and luxurious environment.

    78 units 
    Contact : 
    Tina Beaulieu 
    418-842-4104

  • 10

    Delta Hotels Marriott, Mont Sainte-Anne, Resort et Centre des congrès

    When it joined the Delta by Marriott family, the Mont Sainte-Anne Resort & Convention Center (formerly Château Mont-Sainte-Anne) gave itself the gift of major upgrade. Working with local architects, the Delta by Marriott team revamped over 200 spaces, including the hotel rooms, conference rooms, restaurant, reception area, bar, and every other common area. All that newness in a fabulous resort at the foot of a major skiing destination.

    211 units
    Contact:
    Marie-Michèle Cloutier      
    418-827-1862 x2892 

  • 11

    Club Med Québec-Charlevoix

    The first Club Med in Canada opens December 3, 2021, in beautiful Charlevoix. Built with local materials, the building blends in seamlessly with its hilltop surroundings and offers spectacular views of the mountains and the St. Lawrence River below. Go for the skiing in the winter or the wide range of outdoor activities and fantastic food all year long.

    302 units
    Contact:
    Vincent Giraud 
    514-949-2415

  • 12

    Village Yourtes Valcartier

    This yurt village offers a luxurious glamping experience in the middle of the forest and gives you access to the services and activities at Centre Castor. There’s golfing, mountain biking, mountain fitness trails, and cross-country skiing in the winter. This 10-yurt village is also close to Hôtel de Glace and the waterslides and snow tubing at Village Vacances Valcartier.

    10 units
    Contact: 
    Sébastien Lepagne
     418-844-3272 x225 

  • 13

    Nordic tiny-houses at Le Nordique Spa Stoneham

    Located on the bank of the majestic Jacques-Cartier River, in the heart of the splendid mountainous landscape of the valley, Le Nordique Spa offers a concept of relaxation and accommodation in tiny-houses, available throughout the year. Covering an area of ​​360 square feet, these tiny-houses offer all the comfort required for 2 people. Queen size bed, bathroom with shower, full kitchen, lounge area with propane fireplace and gallery.

    10 units 
    Contact : 
    Hugues Lavoie
    418-848-7727

  • 14

    Le Prêt-à-camper Étoile at Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier

    Sépaq has shown creativity by developing its own vision of full-comfort camping. The cube-shaped Étoile ready-to-camp, located in the majestic Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier, offers height, lots of storage and a large capacity (6 people). Campers will appreciate the double beds to comfortably spend the night, the beautiful light and the large gallery.

    10 units (May 19 to October 9)
    Contact: 
    Caroline Gaudreault
    418-848-3169 x6924

     

  • 15

    Oxygène Cabins at Station touristique Duchesnay

    The cabins built in the 1950s have been replaced with 14 new Oxygène cabins that are bright, airy, and modern and can accommodate 4 to 16 people. Beautifully integrated with the surrounding environment and boasting magnificent views of Lac Saint-Joseph, they’re just steps away from the new fun zone, where you’ll find a beach, a volleyball court, a children’s play area, water sports equipment rentals, and more.

    14 units
    Contact:
    Jimmy Smith
    418-875-2711 x4150

  • 16

    Horizon Cabins in the Portneuf Wildlife Reserve

    Horizon Cabins feature living and dining rooms with high ceilings and are made almost entirely with locally sourced lumber, making them a unique cabin option in the Sépaq park network. Five more have been recently added in the Lac Parke sector of the Portneuf wildlife reserve. 

    5 units
    Contact:
    Émilie Girard-Gros-Louis
    418-323-2021 x5607

  • 17

    Le Versant Mont-Sainte-Anne

    The new Le Versant Mont-Sainte-Anne complex offers two luxurious chalets on the site of Mont-Sainte-Anne’s recently renovated Nordic spa. The cabins can accommodate 1 to 6 people in any season and are 5 minutes away from Mont-Sainte-Anne ski resort.

    8 units
    Contact: 
    Tony Néron
    418-405-0707

  • 18

    Escale au Lac

    Recently opened, discover this unique ecotourism destination on a fully energy self-sufficient estate. Experience total immersion in nature by staying in an ecological mini-chalet in the heart of the forest. You will find absolutely all the advantages of the outdoors while obtaining the cozy comfort and services of a hotel, a perfect combination to escape from the hectic pace in an enchanting setting.

    3 units
    Contact: 
    Jade Dussault
    418-570-9430

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