The Auberge Saint Pierre occupies a 19th-century heritage building that lies tucked away in the heart of the Old Port district of Quebec City, a short walk from the pier promenade.
From its prominent position in the Vieux-Port – the oldest of downtown neighbourhoods – it overlooks the Old City and the St. Lawrence River, just a short walk from Place-Royale, the cradle of Québec City. Stepping out of the door is like walking back 400 years in time, into a quartier of historic buildings now occupied by exclusive boutiques, antique dealers and art galleries, plus countless bistros, café-terrasses and restaurants. Alongside is one of the city’s cultural icons, the highly acclaimed Musée de la Civilisation, renowned for its bold exhibitions, just a stone’s throw from the water’s edge.
Accommodation consists of 31 cosy rooms in two categories, ten suites, a bar and library. All rooms have a queen size bed with high quality mattress or twin beds, with feather duvet, en suite bathroom with bath or shower, bathrobes, air conditioning, flatscreen TV, Bluetooth stereo clock radio with USB port, IDD telephone, tea and coffee-making facilities, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, and complimentary WiFi.
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This monument to North American history perches high above Cap Diamant overlooking the Saint Lawrence River. Having prospered as a fur trading post in the early 1600s, it is now a dynamic port and a thriving research centre. The Old Town was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985.