Ambassadeur Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

321 Sainte-Anne Boulevard (formerly Ramada Hotel Quebec City East_, Beauport, Quebec G1E 3L4, Canada
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Costs 20% less but rated 18% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Winter carnaval snow carvings

by mmyerspa

It's my understanding that the snow carvings are completed during the carnival. I'd like to see the artists in action, but also see the completed work. Can someone tell me when the carvings are usually completed?

Re: Winter carnaval snow carvings

by Jefie

Hi! Here's the schedule for 2010 - For the Canadian component, it starts on Friday, Jan. 30. They work all through the day and night on Saturday and prizes are awarded on Sunday, Feb. 1. Then on Tuesday, Feb. 3 it's the beginning of the International component. You can see the artists in action during that week, then on Saturday, Feb. 7 it's the "sculpt the night away" event - they work all through the night to complete their sculptures. Prizes are awarded on Feb. 8, and the sculptures are kept up until the end of Carnaval on Feb. 15. Hope this helps!

Re: Winter carnaval snow carvings

by mmyerspa

This is very helpful, as I'm trying to determine if I should attend the first weekend or the secon weekend. I noticed the schedule on the website lists snow carving for midnight on the first weekend. Do you know what that is about?

Re: Winter carnaval snow carvings

by Jefie

Yes, it's a bit confusing the way it's listed but what they mean is that the "Sculpt the night away" event officially begins at midnight, but the artists will actually be working on their sculptures all day on Saturday as well. Is that a bit clearer?

Travel Tips for Quebec

Old Quebec: UNESCO World Heritage Site

by Karlie85

Old Quebec is one of the oldest cities in Canada. It was founded in the early 1700s, and even though it is a major tourist attraction now, it still has most of the old buildings and roads. It is the only city in North America that still has its original walls standing. One thing I remember, aside from all the beautiful architecture, were cannons from the 1700s up on the cliff. It was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985.
Although a lot of tourists visit Quebec City every year, it has managed to hold onto it's old world charm and beauty at the same time.

If this is your first...

by philomat

If this is your first trip to Quebec, and if you enjoy Nature, I suggest you visit the 'Bas-Saint-Laurent' (Lower St-Laurent River) spanning the Southern Shore of our Great River from Riviere-du-Loup (where I live) to the Gaspe region which starts at Matane. Bring warm clothes! It is always cooler here than Montreal.

VISIT The Citadel De Quebec....

by Simonneeddy

VISIT The Citadel De Quebec. The entrance to the fort where you can tour the inside and see how they defended from attack agaist the British and the Indians.( That is my niece from Missouri in red waving)

Citadel View of the Chateau Frontenac

by Bwana_Brown

The Chateau Frontenac is such an imposing building that it's outline dominates Quebec City. Because it is located on the bluff overlooking the St. Lawrence River, it is next door to the impressive fortress of the Citadel, whose cannons long controlled passage on the river. While in Quebec City, you will see many people enjoying the walk along the top of the walls of the fortress as they take in the views of the city. This is the view that greeted us as we finished our walk along the walls on a cold and windy May day. The Spring colours are beginning to emerge and the Chateau stands proud in this view looking east up the St. Lawrence River. Check out my Restaurant tips for a glimpse into what life is like in one of the Bars of the Chateau.

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To explore Quebecs big cities Montreal and Quebec City an up to date guidebook is very useful. I had the Fodors guide, which is updated every year. It describes the things to see and do and lists accomodations and restaurants in all price ranges. Last but not least it includes a detailed map with streetfinder.


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 Ambassadeur Hotel

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Address: 321 Sainte-Anne Boulevard (formerly Ramada Hotel Quebec City East_, Beauport, Quebec G1E 3L4, Canada