Auberge Saint Antoine

Auberge Saint Antoine

8 rue Saint Antoine
Quebec, Canada
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The impression made upon the visitor by this Gibraltar of America- its giddy heights- its citadel suspended- as it were in the air- its picturesque steep streets and frowning gateways- and the splendid views which burst upon the eye at every turn- is at once unique and lasting- wrote Charles Dickens on the subject of Quebec city. The Auberge Saint-Antoine- nestled in the heart of the first city to be founded in North America- is a perfect place to stay to share in the writers wonderment. This Vieux-Port hotel stands on a unique archaeological site. When it was built- many relics from French and English colonial times were discovered. Today- they adorn the chic- wood and cast iron designer interiors of this museum location with its irresistible charm and gourmet cuisine. CLUB 5C- Hotel welcomes Relais and Chateaux Club 5C members with a VIP Welcome and a Discovery Privilege. Please include the Club 5C membership number in the reservation and please show your Club 5C membership card on arrival.

Juicy Tidbits

Travel + Leisure says..."The stately 18th-century façade of the St.-Antoine doesn't give away what’s behind it: a modern boutique hotel, complete with sharply dressed concierges and an up-tempo lobby soundtrack. But the history of the former maritime warehouse is inscribed in its walls. Shards of blue delft and ancient vial stoppers—all uncovered during the hotel's construction—are displayed in vitrines throughout the lobby. In brisk weather, blazes roar in the lounge’s sleek stone fireplaces. In front of them, children play backgammon while their art director parents relax on pillow-strewn sofas, drinking wine. Past-present juxtapositions continue in the rooms and suites, furnished with a mix of European antiques and contemporary pieces; the bathrooms have huge soaking tubs. The rustic-chic restaurant, Panache, in a barnlike room with hand-hewn beams, stands out for its simple Québécois interpretations of seasonal foods: tender venison rib or hare with yellow beets cooked en cocotte." ~From

Conde Nast Traveler says..."This "gem of a hotel" overlooking the St. Lawrence River in the Old Port is "extremely well designed." The three historic buildings are decorated in antiques and photographs that reference their past. "Lovely and charming rooms," some with heated bathroom floors, are done in colors reminiscent of the Quebec landscape, while the furniture is as sleek as the Bose sound system. Indulge in French-Canadian dishes such as Cap St-Ignace quail and the "best French toast" at Panache. The hotel has two Panache Mobile food trucks serving a variation on the restaurant's menu. "Lie in bed and watch ships sail by on the St. Lawrence—what a memory." ~From

Juicy Details

  • 24 Hour Front Desk
    24 Hour Security
    Babysitting or Child Care
    Bath: Jacuzzi//Whirlpool/Hot Tub in the Room
    Bath: Soaking Tub
    Beds: Rooms with King Beds
    Beds: Rooms with Two Beds
    Business Center
    Concierge Services
  • Dining: Restaurant On Property
    Fax Machine Available For Guests
    Hair Salon/Barber
    Jogging Track/Path
    Laundry Room Available
    Laundry/ Dry Cleaning Service
    Maid Service
    Meeting Facilities
  • Non-Smoking Room
    Parking: Self Parking (Covered)
    Parking: Self Parking (Uncovered)
    Pets Allowed
    Room Service (Limited)
    Safe Deposit Box
    Uniformed Security on Site
    Wake-up Service
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