Cap-Aux Pierres Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

444 chemin La Baleine, Ile aux Coudres, Quebec, G0A 2A0, Canada
Hotel Cap-aux-Pierres
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Costs 41% less but rated 18% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Chateau Frontenac Etiquette

by Benissimo

What is the lay of the land like in this hotel? Rather posh, can it be a bit "stuffy" if you know what I mean? A laid back Cali, it would be nice to know of any potential land mines prior to a week long stay.

In other words, I'm more of a fine pint beer kind of guy talking about the long lost Qu├ębec Nordiques opposed to a politically correct three-pieced suit intellectual conversationalist.

Thanks in advance.

Cheers

Re: Chateau Frontenac Etiquette

by Jefie

Hi! It's actually not as stuffy as you think it would be. I sometimes stop by the Chateau's bar for a drink when I'm in the old city and I don't feel out of place wearing jeans - some people do dress up, but there are so many tourists around that it ends up keeping things pretty casual. And don't get me started on the Nordiques! ;o) Hope you enjoy your time in Quebec City!

Re: Chateau Frontenac Etiquette

by Pomerol

As Jeffie said, don't worry about etiquette at Chateau Frontenac. You'll see all kinds.You'll also find in the old city plenty of nice pubs to enjoy a fine pint of beer.

I'd be more worried talking about the Nordiques. For some, the wound is still wide open...:-)) especially as the playoffs are approaching

Re: Chateau Frontenac Etiquette

by Redlats

I think starting a conversation supporting the long lost Nordiques would be a great conversation -- however, perhaps not until you have shared a few pints already. It is the same here in Winnipeg with the Jets.

Travel Tips for Quebec

Quebec City Hall

by brazwhazz

One of the most interesting quirks of Quebec City is its city hall -- it is the only building in the city whose name is displayed in both French and English.

The building did not always have the English name beside the French one. The change was made necessary by non-French-speaking tourists, who thought the "Hotel" in the French "Hotel de ville" meant that the building was, well, a hotel. Eventually, the city staff had enough of redirecting tourists and opted to add "City Hall".

Walk up and down the roads of...

by margaux

Walk up and down the roads of the old town. They are full of nice shops and the view is very nice. Also, make a tour around the old walls that served as protection, it's quite a calm walk and there's a lot to see. Sitting in a bus in the middle of nowhere and it rains and rains.
We did not want to stay all day in the hostel, so we went to see a waterfall and spend three hours in some bus to get there. It is nice to be part of the normal life then, just sitting in a bus and talking and looking around.

The Montmorency Falls

by GUYON

See the Montmorency Falls at 12Km from Vieux Quebec.
It is 83 meters high such as 30 meters more the Niagara Falls. In Winter, the water is frozen and, at the bottom of the fall, a sugar loaf is created by the steam.

French Food and Drink # 10 - Local Beers!

by jamiesno

If you have been following my pages like Vancouver, Haines Alaska and other you will know I always try to highlight some of the local beers from the area.

Quebec is not different. Unibroue is a local craft brewer. They have several different kinds so you can look out for their brands if you want to try the local beers.

I enjoyed the Blanche de Chambly! This picture was taken at the Carnaval where you could try several of their their beers in small portions.

Bicycling

by Dabs

People in Quebec City (and Montreal) seem to be crazy about bicycling, we saw many bicylists at breakfast down in the lower town as they were coming over on the ferry from Levis and many people arriving by bicycle at the Marche de Vieux Port. I don't think we saw many people on bikes in the upper town, probably would be too crowded to ride and the streets a bit steep.

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Address: 444 chemin La Baleine, Ile aux Coudres, Quebec, G0A 2A0, Canada