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    Auberge Saint-Antoine, Quebec City, More than a Hotel11/07/2012

    Spoiler alert, you are about to be assaulted by superlatives. Thesaurus at the ready, look up superb. It is an essential value of International Traveller to use superlatives very sparingly and only when truly deserved. But this humble boutique property in Canada’s historical city earns it.

    From the outset, the Auberge has been a story of care, dedication and flair.

    When Quebecois family the Prices began excavations to construct the hotel from three different 18th and 19th-century buildings in 1988 on the St Lawrence River in the heart of the city’s gorgeous historic Petit Champlain region, they unearthed one of the largest and most important archaelogical treasure troves in the city’s rich history. More than 5000 objects were unearthed ranging from fine china tea cups circa 1725, clay
    British pipes circa 1795, and an 18th-century canon muzzle.

    Without hesitation they redrew their construction plans for the hotel to be in sync with the archaeological dig, despite significantly blowing out the timeline. The first section of the hotel, just 23 rooms, opened in 1992 and the last
    rooms were completed at the end of 2003 before its Panache restaurant opened its doors in 2004.

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    The Tailor

    Mr. Gaudiose Montreuil, a tailor living at 12 rue Saint-Antoine in the late 19th century, often used buttons made of bone, some of which were produced in Québec City. Button makers sliced bone into thin layers and cut out discs that were then pierced with holes, decorated, and polished.

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    Congratulations!

    You just have unearthed your inner archaeologist!

    Did you know that well over 5,000 objects were found on the Auberge Saint-Antoine's archaeological site? They are a product of the occupation of the harbour, to the site's military past, and to the daily lives of the property's inhabitants. More than 700 of these priceless historical finds are on display at Auberge Saint-Antoine.

    Come and join us for a free visit of our site!
    (available by reservation only)