Discover this elegant hotel, known for its
distinctive silhouette and views of the river and Old Québec City?
Local and international travellers alike dream of a vacation at this
iconic establishment associated with wellness, history, culture,
gastronomy and entertainment. There’s no denying the popularity of
Fairmont Le Château Frontenac; it has just been named one of the Top
10 Canada City Hotels by Travel and Leisure.
Between July 31 and October 31, 2020, let
yourself be seduced by an intoxicating getaway thanks to the new Luxury
All inclusive package by Fairmont Le Château Frontenac which
comes with three meals and a host of activities. During your stay of
a minimum of two nights, take advantage of everything the hotel has
to offer: some yoga, strolling, running, a cooking workshop, a
mixology class, wine tasting and a cruise on the AML Louis
Jolliet. You’ll also be embarking on a culinary adventure.
Sit down to breakfast at the Place Dufferin restaurant or at the
Starbucks. For lunch, choose the simple elegance of Bistro Le SAM or
order a picnic basket to go. A memorable supper awaits later at the
luminous and stylish Champlain restaurant. You can also get a drink
at Bar 1608. The highlight of your summer!
Drawing inspiration from Quebec’s lakes
and rivers, Chef Stéphane Modat of the Champlain restaurant
creates a five-course
menu showcasing the best fish, prepared in the most
respectful manner. From the appetizer to the main course, your
meal takes you on an adventure dictated by the catches of the day,
and even includes a tasting of Quebec caviar in the restaurant’s
new fish and caviar cellar. In this space, you’ll feel the
ambience of the chef numerous fishing trips all across Quebec. And
for dessert, treat yourself to a delectable reinvented Quebec
In Québec City, there is never any
shortage of things to do! Choose among the many places of culture,
entertainment and outdoor fun: Old Québec City, the Aquarium,
Méga-Parc, Village Vacances Valcartier, the Musée national des
Beaux-arts and the Musée de la Civilisation, which just happens to
be presenting an exhibition currently that should pair well with
the menu at the Champlain!