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Where to stay in Quebec

Quebec is Canada’s second most populous province with most of its inhabitants located near the Saint Lawrence River between Montreal and the capital, Quebec City. Quebec is predominantly French-speaking and the only province in Canada to have French as its’ sole official language. You can still find many English-speakers in the bustling city of Montreal, home to Old Montreal and the annual jazz festival. Major cities in southern Quebec offer a variety of activities in both the summer and winter months. For a wintery delight, head to the slopes in the Laurentian Mountains northwest of Montreal in the municipality of Mont-Tremblant or wait till summer and hike in the famous La Mauricie National Park.

Hotels in Quebec

A popular destination in Canada, Quebec offers hotels that cater to all budgets. Discount hotels in Dorval, Quebec include the modest Quality Inn & Suites P.E. Trudeau Airport or travel in Quebec city and you can find hotel deals at either Hotel Quartier or Hôtel Champlain Vieux Quebec. For more extravagant budgets, you can find luxury hotels in Quebec such as the Fairmont Tremblant or Le Westin Resort & Spa in Mont-Tremblant. If Montreal is your destination, check in at the InterContinental Montreal for some serious pampering. Whatever you have planned on your itinerary, you can find the right fit to suit your needs.

Things to see in Quebec

Worth a visit for its quaint architecture, shopping, museums and culture, Old Quebec is a historic neighbourhood in Quebec City and recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can also visit the Musée de la civilisation à Quebec situated near the Saint Lawrence River or the Citadelle of Quebec which is both a museum and active military installation. Alternatively, take in the Montmorency Falls located on the Montmorency River or find your way to Mont-Tremblant National Park which is famous for its forested hiking trails, lakes, and canoeing. Montreal promises to captivate you with its unique blend of old and new, cobble stone pathways, stone-walled taverns, festivals galore and cutting-edge art scene. Renowned for its art community, this city is home to the Festival International de Jazz de Montreal along with over 250 theater and dance companies and more than 90 festivals every year.

Where to stay in Quebec

Montreal is a must-see city in Quebec and is great for business travellers and families alike. You can find excellent shopping locales or just enjoy a relaxing dining experience in Montreal’s many exquisite restaurants. Alternatively, you can set your sights on Quebec City, which also promises to dazzle, with its grand Winter Carnival, music-filled summer fests and colorful fireworks over the famous St. Lawrence River. If hitting the slopes is more your style, visit the year-round Mont-Tremblant Ski Resort on the shores of Lake Tremblant. Although best known as a ski destination, this locale is suitable even for summer visits with great swimming and golf courses to explore in the summer months.

How to get to Quebec

Quebec can be reached easily from Montreal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, which services international and domestic flights, as does Quebec City Jean Lesage International Airport. VIA Rail services much of the province if you want to travel by train. The Greyhound Bus service provide extensive bus travel. To drive to Montreal, you can take the 401 Hwy from Toronto or the 417 Hwy from Ottawa.

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