A fantastic winter at Fairmont Le
Add a hint of magic to your family
vacation and discover the wonders of Québec City. Known for its
rich past and unparalleled elegance, Fairmont Le Château Frontenac
promises a stay that meets your highest expectations!
Enjoy all kinds of things to do with
the family, just a few minutes from the hotel. Choose from slides,
skating, skiing, visits to historic sites and more, and you’ll
have guaranteed fun-filled days! Stay in the heart of Old Québec
City and get a discount on your daily rate and at the Château
restaurants when you book the Spring
Break Offer available until April 21, 2019. Quebec residents
can also get 30%
off the price of their room at any time of year.
Until April 2, 2019, you are invited
to discover an exhibition in honour of the 50th anniversary of the
visit to the Château Frontenac by Her Serene Highness Princess
Grace of Monaco. This free exhibition will be presented to the
public in the hotel’s grand hall and will feature the Princess’s
iconic outfits, including the famous dress she wore to the Regency
Ball at the Quebec Winter Carnival in February 1969.
For a fabulous experience, try a stay in
one of the renovated suites at the Château Frontenac
In addition, during the run of the
exhibition, Bistro Le SAM will include on its menu the Grand Fizz
royal – a cocktail inspired by the Princess’s favourite. A perfume
created by Lubin Paris in honour of the Princess’s legendary charm
will also be available exclusively in Canada at the Château’s
Fairmont Store. Guests looking for an experience that’s even more
special can choose to have a classic afternoon tea or to book the
luxurious and spacious Fairmont Gold Suite.
From past to
On the occasion of its 125th
anniversary, Fairmont Le Château Frontenac has renovated its eight
biggest suites and given each a theme reminiscent of the people
who have made an impression on the history of the Château. Suites
are named after Churchill, Roosevelt, Van Horne, both
prime ministers Trudeau, Céline Dion, Queen Elizabeth II, Alfred
Hitchcock and Charles de Gaulle as a tribute to their visits,
which continue to have an influence on the hotel’s prestige.