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Kitchen Access Available Shared Area - Quebec Hotel

 

Kitchen Access Available Shared Area - Quebec Hotel

 

 Kitchen Access Shared Area - Old Quebec Small Boutique Hotel

Our small hotel in Quebec offers an access to a shared kitchen equipped with fridge, microwave, coffee maker, kettle, wine glasses, utensils, plates and iron and ironing board. Whether for a snack or to eat at the hotel, it’s possible to prepare yourself a little supper ‘European Style’: wine, cheese and baguette. All you need, you will find it only 2 minutes away from the hotel on the famous Rue Cartier in Montcalm area. This district is very well-renowned for its restaurants, boutiques and specialty stores. Our neighborhood in Upper Town will give you the impression of being in Europe. In addition, its location being 10 minutes away from Old Quebec fortifications immerses you in real life people of Quebec. Isn’t the best way to discovery a new city?

Moreover, our small hotel in Quebec also gives you access to an internet station for free. Even on vacation, you can access to your emails and internet. No need to bring your laptop, because our small boutique hotel with 10 rooms offers you one for free. In addition, we offer wireless internet access. Most hotels in Quebec will charge a $4 fee or more per night for access to wireless internet. Our hotel offers it to you for free and this throughout the hotel. Not surprising that our hotel has received in September 2010, the award of best value among 86 hotels in Quebec by the prestigious traveler site TripAdvisor.

Located in the heart of Quebec City, our small 3-star hotel is close to the Grand Theatre, National Museum of Fine Arts of Quebec and just seven minutes walk from Old Quebec fortifications, Convention Center, the Parliament of Quebec and the Plains of Abraham. Quebec Hotel in Quebec City Upper Town near Montcalm. 

 

NB: No baking is possible because of fire standards imposed by the City of Quebec.