Days Inn Ste-Helene-de-Bagot

410 rue Couture, Ste-Helene-de-Bagot, Quebec City, J0H 1M0, Canada
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Seafood Buffet @The Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac, Quebec City

by rpags

I was wondering if anyone has ever had the Seafood Buffet at the Chateau
Frontenac, Quebec City. Is it good and worth the cost of $65. Are there any
other restaurants in Quebec City that you would recommend. Thanks!
rpags@verizon.net

Re: Seafood Buffet @The Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac, Quebec City

by Pomerol

Personally I think that Chateau Frontenac is (way) overpriced

I wrote a page about a few select restaurants in Quebec city:

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/cc6d9/dcf94/2/

Re: Seafood Buffet @The Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac, Quebec City

by Paulinho551

I was in Quebec City in 2000 and visited Chateau Frontenac, but for a varied buffet at Le Cafe de le Terrasse. It was very nice and costed only 28.84 canadian dollars at that time.

Re: Seafood Buffet @The Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac, Quebec City

by johngayton

Yes if you are going to eat at Le Chateau remember that you're paying for the location.

I liked Le Bistro Sous Le Fort in the Petite Champlain district - good wholesome Canadian/French cooking in a pleasantly intimate unfussy restaurant.

For somewhere a little off the beaten path there's a clutch of excellent ethnic restaurants in the Le Courronne area, in the New Town, which have a mostly local custom.

For details, and a couple of snacky places - http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/9d51c/dcf94/2/

There's loads of good restaurants in the city and the member pages here cover pretty much the whole range.

Have a good trip!

Re: Seafood Buffet @The Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac, Quebec City

by GrumpyDiver

With so many good restaurants in the immediate area, why eat at the Chateau? I have always found that the higher end hotels in Quebec City charge you a hefty premium for dining there.

Just take a short walk down the hill into Old Quebec and you will do a lot better.

Re: Seafood Buffet @The Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac, Quebec City

by nanmadol

The best seafood buffet in town is at the Hilton, they host it on every friday night. It's cheaper than the Chateau's, but keep in mind that lobster is expensive, and if you can eat 6 of them they will serve you 6 of them, so it's reflected on the price tag. But I know as a fact that some people are driving form far apart to stuff their stomach full of prime seafood on a friday night at the Hilton......so make a reservation.

Other than the seafood buffet (on friday) and the italian buffet (on saturday), there is no reason to go to the Hilton for food, as you will find better food at better price elsewhere in town.

Hope this was helpful to you.

Travel Tips for Quebec

GST/HST tax refund on goods and accomodations

by Dabs

The GST refund may be elimated as of April 1, 2007, click here for more information

Canada is the only foreign country I’ve visited where you not only can claim a tax refund on goods purchased over a certain amount but you also get your GST tax (6% as of July 1, 2006) back on your short term accomodations, I wasn't charged any HST. The TVQ is a provincial tax and is not refundable. Do the following:

Make sure you get a receipt from your hotel stating that the GST was charged (in Quebec the GST is listed as TPS) and clearly states the number of nights and what the cost of the room is, you do not get a refund on room service or other additional services.

If you are just claiming a refund on your hotel, you do not need to get the paperwork stamped at customs, if you are also claiming a refund on the tax on goods, you do have to get it stamped at customs before you leave.

Someone on another forum mentioned that you should not use the "Tax Refund" brochures with brightly colored covers showing national flags that you find at many hotels, they apparently keep 10% of your refund as a fee in addition to service fees and a currency conversion fee. Instead, look for the "Tax Refund for Visitors to Canada" Form RC4031 published by Canada Customs and Revenue Agency which is white and red or you can download it from the Canadian Customs website

One word of warning, if you book with a company like Priceline or Orbitz and you do not get an itemization of the taxes, you may not be able to claim the tax refund. If you save enough by booking with them, it shouldn’t be a factor as the tax is only 6%. I only had one night booked through Priceline, I went ahead and submitted my receipt and showed my calculation of the tax at 6% on the room and they did refund it. It took about a month to receive my refund check, if possible they issue it in the currency of the country where they are sending the check

The Province of Quebec is HUGE...

by pmorin

The Province of Quebec is HUGE and so full of treasures... Quebec has 4 seasons.
December to March, it's winter. Sometimes we like it sometimes we don't. Snow, wind, Icy roads... But we can do All of the winter sports that you can imagine: skating, skiing, walking, skidoo, VTT, snowboarding, etc...
April to June it's spring. Trees come back to life, birds sing, snow melt, and every body seem to be happy.
July to September it's SUMMER! Personaly, it's my favorite season (with spring...). At that time of the year, everything is possible!!!
October to November it's Autumn. This is a special season. Everywhere you look, the view is spectacular, espacially when you go to the country. The leafs are multicolor.

SCOTCH BAGPIPER

by Simonneeddy

WALK around the area of THE CHATEAU FRONTENAC HOTEL and ST. JEAN Street. You will see such things as this Piper near the Plains of Abraham where the British under Wolfe defeated Montcalm ( the French General). Both Generals died during the battle and France lost Contol of Canada to the British. A great historical preserved site.

French Food and Drink # 8 - Maple Syrup Crepe

by jamiesno

Here is a plain crepe covered in Maple Syrup from Au Petit Coin Breton. This crepe I remember was awesome.

It wasn't too sweet either, I really enjoyed it.

There was one thing I remember when I think of these great meals I tried.

Here at home we are used to getting big plates of deep fried food with no taste and you would never get through three courses or at least I can't anymore.

Here in Quebec it was easy and very enjoyable to try the delicious appetizers, the main course and then the dessert and not leave feeling like you were going to burst but just right!

Red Bull Crashed Ice

by johngayton

Since 2006 Red Bull have sponsored an annual ice-skating competition here in Quebec - Crashed Ice. This event is not for the faint-hearted. The 550 metre ice-track plummets down from Chateau Frontenac to the Old Port with twists, bumps and jumps to be negotiated at speeds of up to 44 km per hour.

Participants come from all over the world through an International series of qualifying events with the finals here involving 64 male competitors and 16 women. This is an evening race spectacularly lit-up against the back-drop of the Old City and attracts about 85,000 spectators. If you're a keen photographer don't miss it - check out the website for some samples.

Normally the event takes place in January but there has been some controversy and it appears that the 2010 race may not be till March.

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 Days Inn Ste-Helene-de-Bagot

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Address: 410 rue Couture, Ste-Helene-de-Bagot, Quebec City, J0H 1M0, Canada