The room was small and the stairs are very narrow. This is what you get in the old part of the city, people were smaller 250 years ago! The bathroom was large and very nice. The staff were pleasant. We crammed 4 people in a room for 2 (and they helped us do that!)
Unique Quality: Cheaper, but still really nice and in a great central location.
Would someone please recommend a hotel in within the walls of the old city? I will be spending three days at the end of August. Any additional advice for this time of year is also appreciated.
It really depends how much you're willing to pay. There are plenty of B&Bs in the old city but if you're really looking for a hotel, there's Le Chateau Frontenac (http://www.fairmont.com/frontenac), very nice but very expensive, there's also the Clarendon (http://www.hotelclarendon.com), which has a nice cachet and a great restaurant and jazz bar, and just outside of the walls, on Place d'Youville, there's Le Capitole (http://www.lecapitole.com) and the Palace Royal (http://www.hotelsjaro.com/palaceroyal/index-en.aspx). I'm not gonna lie to you, they're all fairly expensive but really nice. If you're looking for something less expensive, you might want to check out B&Bs or hotels located in the Petit Champlain area, just below the walled city.
Have a great trip in Quebec City!
Thank you for your reply. Yes, the Chateau Frontenac is way too expensive at $399/night. I have inquired at Hotel Acadia, Auberge Place D'Armes, Hotel du Vieux Quebec, and Manoir Sur-le-Cap, which all have rooms at @$150-$200/night, more reasonable for me.
There is an endless supply of hotels withing the walls, so I appreciate any recommendations on these hotels or any other in Old City.
This is a very nice quaint place www.hotellepriori.com/
I haven't stayed at any of these hotels so I can't really help you there but I can say that they're all well located and have a good reputation in town. I can however tell you that the Hotel du Vieux Québec has one of the best restaurants in the Old City, "Les Frères de la Côte". And I agree with Dave, I've stayed with friend at the Hotel Le Priori and it's a really nice and cosy place, and it's located in the Petit Champlain area.
Thank you for your advice, everyone. I will be staying at a BB called Clair de Lune. I reserved by phone with the innkeeper, who was very friendly and willing to meet our needs.
I appreciate your help!
A 3 minute walk to the walls of Quebec City is Hotel Belley, near to the train station, but quiet. I stayed there in May at $85/night ($100 incl taxes) for a single. I liked it a lot. There's a tip on my QC page for more info if you need it.
I have just returned from my trip to Quebec city.I had stayed in Hotel Acadia where I booked a small studio for myself. Nice hotel within the walls. I stayed at 105$ per nite.
I stayed in a condo:
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To be honest, it was cheaper, easier, and much bigger.
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