9 Hotels for Your Dream Family Vacation

Équipe édito
Editorial Team
Updated on January 8, 2024
Children around a fireplace in a Log Cabin (Au Chalet en Bois Rond)
Au Chalet en Bois Rond

Planning family holidays? Take a look at what the Québec City area has to offer! Take your pick from a plethora of possibilities among the best places to stay with a family. The wide variety of hotels and accommodation options makes it easy to get just what you’re looking for. You can enjoy a ton of fantastic things to do all within easy reach of exquisite Québec City and its many wonders.

  • Hôtel Valcartier

    This hotel is right inside a gigantic resort complex featuring an indoor waterpark, spa, games area, and special family packages only 20 minutes from Québec City. Or take a step outside for Hôtel de Glace (the ice hotel) and for Village Vacances Valcartier which is the North America’s biggest winter playground and an outdoor waterpark in summer.

  • Station touristique Duchesnay

    Station touristique Duchesnay is a four-season resort on glorious Lake St. Joseph. Its 89–square kilometre grounds will give you plenty to explore. There’s a lot of family fun going on here, with snow tubing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, indoor pool, stand up paddling, labyrinth, treetop adventure circuit and so much more. And attention foodies—don’t miss gourmet Bistro Bar Le Quatre-Temps, right inside.

  • Vallée Bras-du-Nord

    Do your families light up at the thought of hundreds of kilometres of bike and hiking trails? If so, Vallée Bras-du-Nord is the place for you. You can take your pick of accommodation types—anything from cabins, shelters, and yurts to a nearby hotel. Other adventures to enjoy in this glorious area include canyoning, via ferrata, canoeing, kayaking, snowshoeing and fat biking.

  • Au Chalet en Bois Rond

    Enjoy the magic of a cozy, luxurious, authentic log cabin surrounded by the lakes and forests of the Portneuf region. It’s a rustic village you and your family will love. Make your log cabin dreams come true and remember to sample the many adventures available onsite and nearby.

  • Réserve faunique de Portneuf

    Picture a still lake that mirrors the trees and sky with dazzling clarity. You’re paddling along with the family after breakfasting on the beach in front of your cabin. Welcome to Portneuf Wildlife Reserve. Or maybe you’re in one of the available ready-to-camps, or in your own tent. Wherever you stay, you’ll now be choosing between fishing, hunting, hiking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, biking, and maybe even berry picking. The kids will be in heaven.

  • Delta Mont-Sainte-Anne

    Delta Mont-Sainte-Anne stands beside one of the province’s most impressive mountains, but it’s only 30 minutes from Québec City. It’s also practically made to order for the active family, with awesome downhill and cross-country skiing, mountain biking, and so much more. A variety of accommodation types are available, including condos and studios, and the spa, restaurant, indoor and outdoor pools, games room onsite will delight every member of the family.

  • Camp Mercier

    Camp Mercier in Réserve faunique des Laurentides (Laurentian Wildlife Reserve) is a real find for families dreaming of a great vacation experience in the woods. The many cabins available put you steps from the Reserve’s extensive system of trails. Summer and fall are great for fishing and hunting, while winter brings cross-country skiers and snowshoers. 

  • Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier

    The Jacques-Cartier Valley is the breathtaking glacial landform at the heart of this idyllic national park. There are cabins, yurts, and ready-to-camp tents to stay in, and the possibilities for family fun are irresistible at any time of the year. Minirafting, kayaking, and tubing down the river are perennial favourites, or what would the kids say to an introduction to trout fishing?

  • Entourage sur-le-Lac Resort

    This all new, entirely magnificent luxury hotel complex in Lac-Beauport offers special family accommodations with a wide variety of rooms and suites, not to mention a three-season pool and a games room. It also has its own private beach and serves up a host of summer and winter activities including kayaking, pedal boats, stand up paddling, skating, snowshoeing, and even fat biking. Nearby are downhill skiing and cross-country skiing in winter and mountain biking in summer.

Équipe édito
Editorial Team

As proud ambassadors of our beloved city, we’re delighted to be sharing the things and places we love most in the Québec City area. What a joy for us to help you discover everything this vibrant and welcoming city has to offer!

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