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Château Frontenac

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Located in the heart of Old Québec, Fairmont Le Château Frontenac dominates the Quebec City skyline with its unique architecture. The hotel offers legendary hospitality, upscale accommodations, exquisite dining opportunities and stunning views.
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May 5, 2017
The most photographed hotel in the world and the only castle in North America It's a must-see when you come in Quebec City, make sure to take a walk on the terrasse Dufferin. It's always well animated,
June 5, 2019
Sitting predominantly atop Quebec’s upper town, Château Frontenac is the capital’s emblem and most visited attraction. But despite its somewhat contradictory name, it was never a castle; the National Historic Site of Canada was actually built in the late 19th century as part of the series of…
January 23, 2019
You can't come to Quebec without seeing the most photographed Hotel in the World ;)
May 15, 2017
Vue sur le fleuve et restaurant excellent
March 20, 2017
Chateau emblème de la ville de quebec à voir absolument au moins de l'extérieur
May 19, 2017
Enjoy the Heritage of Canada and War stories around the Hotel. Excellent view of River from the Deck
February 21, 2017
Landmark of Quebec
June 18, 2019
Discover one of our main attraction by walking beside and into the famous and historical Frontenac Castle !
November 24, 2018
5 min car ride from home. A lot of entertainers and music on the site. Great view of the St-Lawrence River and a great walk in the Old city from there.
August 13, 2019
The Fairmont Le Château Frontenac, formerly and commonly referred to as the Château Frontenac, is a historic hotel in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. The hotel is situated in Old Quebec, within the historic district's Upper Town. The Chateau Frontenac was designed by Bruce Price, and was built by the…

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“The Plains of Abraham (French: Plaines d'Abraham) is a historic area within The Battlefields Park in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. The land is the site of the Battle of the Plains of Abraham, which took place on 13 September 1759, but hundreds of acres of the fields became used for grazing, housing, and minor industrial structures.[2] Only in 1908 was the land ceded to Quebec City, though administered by the specifically created and federally-run National Battlefields Commission. The park is today used by 4 million visitors and tourists annually for sports, relaxation, outdoor concerts, and festivals.”
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“The building itself is worth seeing. Just by the Plains of Abraham, you need to have a walk in the neighborhood.”
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“Also an easy walking distance but in Lower Town, near Place Royale, and Quartier Petit-Champlain, a quaint area to discover ”
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“This striking fortress on the Plains of Abraham is a museum of military history. While you’re there, make sure to take its stunning views of Old Quebec, the Chateau Frontenac and St. Lawrence river. ”
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“Treat yourself to shopping, dinig and entertainment! The Quartier Petit Champlain is known as one of the most beautiful site of Old Quebec. Located at the bottom of the cliff under the Château Frontenac, this authentic area is a “must see” when visiting Quebec. Petit-Champlain street, is one of the oldest commercial street in North America. Particularly magical during winter, illuminated by thousand of lights, the pedestrian streets offer a variety of interesting shops and restaurants in a romantic setting in every season. Furthermore, for the music, humor and theater lovers, you can also envoy a show in the historical Theater Petit Champlain. To fully experience the Quartier Petit Champlain, take the time to shop … This is where you will meet people passionate about this little part of Quebec. Regrouped as a cooperative for 30 years now, the craftsmen and merchants of the Quartier Petit Champlain collectively own 28 buildings and are proud to be the guardians of this wonderful heritage. In their shops you will discover their creations and favourite findings from here and around the world. Quebec designers, fashion, hand made shoes, crafts, paintings… There is so much to discover in this district. The Quartier Petit Champlain shops are open all year round!”
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1 Rue des Carrières
La Cité-Limoilou, QC G1R 4P5
Telefonnummer+1 418-692-3861
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