Escape to Hôtel 71, in the heart of Old Québec City

Featured Getaways, January 24, 2022 2022-01-24
Hôtel 71
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In winter, Québec City is beautiful and magical. Discover this UNESCO World Heritage Site on a vacation to Hôtel 71, a most welcoming hotel located in the Old Port of Québec, directly in front of the Musée de la Civilisation. You'll fall in love with this hotel of exceptional architectural detail, where the rooms and suites combine comfort, refinement and convenience. A restaurant on site offers authentic and comforting Italian cuisine. And good news if you're travelling with your pooch: Hôtel 71 is pet-friendly!

Visit the charming Quartier Petit-Champlain

Nestled at the foot of Cap Diamant, the Petit-Champlain district is as romantic as you could imagine, with festive trimmings and trees decorated with lights giving it a fairy-tale look until mid-February. 45 shops, art galleries, cafés and restaurants line the streets and the Petit-Champlain district is definitely the place to go to find a unique souvenir, meet talented artisans or taste local products. Whether you're looking for an original piece of jewellery, maple products or locally made moccasins, you're sure to uncover the perfect item!

Treat yourself to a memorable vacation with Fido

Are you and your four-legged friend inseparable? Show your pet the beauty of the streets of Old Québec City or go for nice winter walks on the Plains of Abraham. Hôtel 71 is committed to accommodating pets, ensuring their comfort and providing food bowls and a cozy cushion. With all of that to look forward to, your canine friend is probably already tail-wagging at the idea of a trip to Québec City!

Hôtel 71
Escape to Hôtel 71, in the heart of Old Québec City

Explore the must-see Musée de la Civilisation

The Musée de la Civilisation, located in front of Hôtel 71, invites you to discover a variety of captivating exhibits, enhanced with workshops and interactive elements. Now is you chance to visit the fascinating Pompeii. The Immortal City exhibit, showcasing more than 110 artifacts. These objects are staged in a spectacular immersive installation, which allows visitors to truly feel the atmosphere and what daily life was like up until the moment of the volcanic eruption. The ground trembles under visitors’ feet and everything collapses. A unique, rich and moving museum experience!

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