All our Suites are individually designed and each one tells a story. They are either located in the historic Hunt House (some with stair access), dating back to the early 18th century, or in the main hotel building. Suites may feature original wood flooring, ceilings, and exposed wood beams, giving them a rustic elegance, or a more modern interior for guests seeking a contemporary experience.

The Suites feature a bedroom with either a Queen or King size bed, a living room area with a sofa bed, and a bathroom with heated flooring and a deep-soaking tub (some have separated shower). Some Suites have their own terrace and dispose of a view of our interior garden or the old city. All of them are equipped with a mini bar, a Bose stereo system, a safe, a tea kettle and a Nespresso coffee maker.

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From $555-$845 per night

Junior Suite

Contemporary in style with a Queen or King size bed and a maximum area of 495 square feet (46 m2), our Junior Suites overlook the indoor garden or the city.

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From $715-$1005 per night


Contemporary or historic in style, our Suites are up to 700 square feet (65m²) and reside in two different sections of the Auberge.

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From $1205-$1450 per night

Panorama Suite

This Suite, up to 750 square feet (70m²) is located on the sixth and top floor and offers a stunning view of Quebec City with it private balcony of 600 square feet (56m²)

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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.