1100 Blvd. Rene-levesque Est, Quebec City, Quebec, G1K 7M9, Canada
International hotel beside the city walls
If you are in for a no-surprises stay, the Hilton is one of those international chains that does that. As a business traveler, this works for me, and I virtually always stay here on my visits to Quebec City.
It is in a great location, across the street from both the ancient city wall, across the street from the National Assembly building (Provincial parliament building) and next door to the congress centre.
Unique Quality: Location, location, location.
A great place to start your exploration of vieux Quebec.
Directions: Just north of the city walls, beside the Quebec City Congress Centre and across the street from the Parliament Buildings
Nice location and great view of the Old City
I've stayed a few times at the Hilton, usually on business because it is located next to the congress center. The location is great (and therefore, so is the view!): you're just a short walk away from the Old City walls, the Plains of Abraham, and the restaurants and nightclubs of Grande Allee. The rooms aren't very big but they're nice and comfortable, and most of them have been renovated recently. For food and drinks you can always stop by the Allegro bar and restaurant - the food is good, but personally I don't really enjoy the atmosphere as it is located on the main floor, next to the lobby (and with so many great restaurants around in the Old City, I'd highly recommend getting out of the hotel anyways). So although this might not be the city's most charming hotel, it's still a good option if you're looking for a comfortable room and efficient service.
Unique Quality: The heated outdoor pool is always a big hit in the wintertime!!
Directions: Near the Old City, next to the Parliament Buildings
Nice Hotel - Walk To City Attractions
This hotel was included in our 13 day Globus tour package and was of good standard, I would think 4 star. Location was good and we walked everywhere, including the Old City.
Our room was comfortable with refrigerator and a nice bed, breakfast buffet was of high standard including a wide choice from the hot and cold buffet.
As the accommodation was included with the tour I have no idea of the tariff.
Directions: Next To Parliament House and overlooks city walls.
Don't pay exhorbitant prices
It's RIGHT outside the walled city. We're talking a three-minute walk. And it overlooks a lovely government building and park. Save your money and stay there-- it was beautiful, clean... and had nice staff.
Unique Quality: Great location.
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Nice Place For Dinner & Breakfast
This restaurant is located within the Hilton Quebec Hotel where we had 2 nights accommodation. We had buffet breakfast twice and our evening meal on one evening.
Breakfast was very good with a broad selection of hot and cold foods plus pancakes with maple syrup. Breakfast time was extremely busy and very hard to get a table in this large dining room.
The night we had dinner we started with soup, followed by beef steak with vegetables followed by sweets and coffee. A very nice evening meal .
Quebec is a very walkable city, although I wouldn't recommend anyone duplicating all the walking we did in one day!
We started from Chateau Frontenac and walked up St. Anne to Des Jardins and back down Buade. The large, silver-roofed building on our right was a university, we discovered - not open to tourists, but nice to look at. We worked our way counter-clockwise around the walls, then dipped down outside the walls to the Old Port Market and the Chateau-esque train station. Back inside the walls, we walked through Artillery Park and out Port St. Jean, one of the remaining historic gates in the wall.
Welcome to the modern world! We went to the Hilton Quebec on Rene Levesque (on the advice on a VT member, looking for a great view of the city,) but weren't able to get to any windows on the top floor.
Next it was around the traffic circle by Parliament to the Plains of Abraham west of the Citadel. We skipped the Citadel tour, but wandered around its outer ramparts and back down to the Chateau. Whew!
Stay in Shack
Really, you'll be more comfortable. I visited Quebec City hilton two weeks ago and stayed a weekend during the Quebec "Festival of Summer". The steep price of the Hilton, I'm told, was discounted at $199 CDN *Thanks!*.
The views from the room were incomparable. They are, I'm sure, the best in the city- Parliament, The Frotenac, The St. Laurent, numerous churches and the picturesque Latin Quarter- all part of the panorama. The beds were not very comfortable and quite comparable to good motel. You pay for everything in the room except one (1) cup of morning coffee using the machine in your room. If you deviate fom coffee (we had tea), Yikes! $1.50 ea.
The service: you get better service from a can of tuna. Blank stares from the front desk staff about even the simplest questions like "How do I get tothe Latin Quarter?" The answer I did not get is "Out the door and turn left. Cross the street." You constantly have the feeling that you are imposing on their time and that it is your privilege to stay in the hotel and the city.
This is a hotel to avoid. Better deals and friendlier staff elsewhere.
Great view, if nothing else
We stayed in a 20th floor room, with an unbeatable view of Quebec. Hotel room was clean, but in need of some upgrades. The bed was very uncomfortable. I would expect better beds in hotels charging half the rate of the Hilton Quebec. This hotel is lacking in the free amenities as I have become use to at other hotels, even the in room coffee and tea were part of the mini bar charge. The hotel was full due during our stay, and my request for a late checkout was given a one hour extension, likely due to my status as a silver Hilton Honors member. I was told we could store our bags in the check room, since our departure was 5 hours later. It then cost $2 to store each bag. Positive notes regarding the hotel were: The concierge was helpful, obtaining reservations for us. The good location just outside the walled city, and the view from the upper floors.
Great location and room!
We booked this hotel on priceline so i didn't know i was going to get it and we're so glad we did! The hotel is right at the doors of the old city but yet close to st. jean and grand allee street too so you had shopping, restaurants, and night life all within walking distance! we only used the car once to go see the falls which are only 5-10 minutes away! the rooms are clean and comfortable, bathroom has marble in it and looks updated. The view from the rooms are fabulous and i would definitely return again here! the hotel staff is VERY friendly and helpful!
Good, but could do better
Basically, this hotel enjoys a splendid location between the 'Coline Parlementaire' administrative district and the old, touristy bits of Quebec, and its twenty-three floors offer stupendous views over the city. Its rooms are large and airy (literally, as they have an unusual flap in the external wall that admits fresh air). Where it does fall down is in its over-formulaic approach to customer requests; for example, a request that the breakfasts in the Executive lounge should include plain, ordinary bread as well as the many highly-sugared patisseries was met with a simple refusal. So much for anyone on a diet!
Great Views, hospitable staff, cheap mattress
I actually booked the Delta next door but was displaced here for one night because of Delta's overbooking. The facade and lobby looked very classy and receptionists were courteous. The upper floors and hotel rooms were a little bit of a step down, like the hallways seemed 60s-70ish just like the Delta. The room was very clean, nice granite bathroom, but the king bed was like a large cot, not a good mattress at all, and the country-motif bedspread was really cheesy. I've never stayed in a Hilton before and this place was bit lower quality than what I'd expect.
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Address: 1100 Blvd. Rene-levesque Est, Quebec City, Quebec, G1K 7M9, Canada