Rooms

Our rooms invite relaxation, delight the senses, and provide all the comforts of home.

Auberge Saint-Antoine is located in Québec City at the heart of Canada’s richest historical district, a UNESCO world heritage site. Perched on the shores of the St. Lawrence River and a stone’s throw from Musée de la civilization, the Auberge is just steps away from Place Royale. It is the perfect home base for exploring romantic, historical Québec City.

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From $229 - $559 per night

Comfort

Contemporary in style, our Comfort rooms are up to 310 square feet (28 m2) in size and offer a variety of different views

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From $269 - $569 per night

Luxe

Contemporary in style, our Luxe rooms are up to 400 square feet (37m2) in size and offer a view of our interior courtyard or the city fortifications

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From $289 - $599 per night

Luxe River View

Contemporary in style, our Luxe River View rooms are up to 400 square feet (37 m2) in size and offer a beautiful view of the St Lawrence River

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From $329 - $669 per night

Luxe Terrace

Contemporary in style, our Luxe Terrace rooms are up to 400 square feet (37 m2) in size and offer a private terrace with a view of Québec City or the St Lawrence River.

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From $329 - $830 per night

Luxe Terrace Foyer

Contemporary in style, our Luxe Terrace rooms are up to 400 square feet (37 m2) in size and offer a terrace with a view of Québec City or the St Lawrence River.

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Tripadvisor

Magnifique! Top flight boutique hotel with impeccable service. Well appointed, comfortable rooms and public areas. Excellent restaurant/bar for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Visited in 2005 as a couple and in 2017 as a family. Great experiences both times. Spacious suites. Perfect location in the heart of Old Quebec within walking distance of all the major attractions. History and artifacts of the hotel site worked intrinsically into the architectural design of the building and rooms. Favorite was the British canon ball on display in situ where it impacted in the 1700s in what is now the bar.