Luxury and location
The beautiful Hotel Champlain boasts hand-picked decor and an eclectic style that exudes from each room. Superior Rooms are furnished with one queen bed with down comforter, custom-made wood furniture and silk drapes. Toast to a relaxing sojourn with your complementary bottle of champagne, and eagerly surf through all the possible avenues of how you'll spend your Quebec City escape using the free wifi access. You'll plan for taking the city by storm on foot, as your car can rest peacefully in the hotel's parking (dependant on availability) at no extra charge.
Fuel your days with flavour
Delectable cuisine is never far from the mind of Chef Simon Cote-Tremblay at Pain Beni Restaurant. Situated only steps away from your hotel, you'll tuck into an impressive display of the familiar mixed with the avant-garde as you sample from the table d'hote of Cote-Tremblay's "bistronomic" cuisine. A culinary experience that puts a unique spin on typical bistro comfort fare, you'll have the opportunity to savour these unique tastes as well as two welcome cocktails.
Take a stroll through history
Located in the heart of Quebec City, the hotel is in close proximity to major historical attractions, some of which date back four centuries. A key part of the city's fortifications, the star-shaped Citadelle, showcases Quebec's military history and features the on-site Royal 22e Regiment Museum. War enthusiasts can also see where Canada was born at the Plains of Abraham. Relive the city's history from the first days of New France and the battles between the French and English forces until the park's creation.
Central to art and culture
Indoor attractions abound in Quebec, starting with the Quebec National Museum of Fine Arts, holding the most important collection of paintings and sculpture by Quebecois artists. The museum comprises works from three main eras: early religious, European-influenced modernist through the mid-1900s, and figurative and abstract art from the mid-20th century onward. Discover more about the evolution of our fair country at the Museum of Civilization, a gorgeous and fascinating complex of buildings in the heart of the lower city. Three permanent exhibitions focus on life in the province of Quebec through its centuries of European habitation, pay tribute to the province's First Nations peoples.