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All around Canada, the Fairmont chain owns many of the most prominent properties, and they're often spectacularly sited. Le Château Frontenac is no exception.To avoid the institutional feel, opt for one of the new 46 Gold Level rooms.
In the center of Vieux- Québec, the Château Frontenac astounds guests with its beauty and luxury.
In this landmark building, the public rooms... are all opulent; guest rooms are just as elegantly furnished, like mini châteaux, with gold and green touches. Full review →
Many of the rooms are full-on luxurious, outfitted with elegant château furnishings and marble bathrooms. Full review →
The vast Chateau contains 618 luxurious guest rooms, 3 restaurants and a modern health club, which includes an indoor pool. Full review →
600-room castle set atop a cliff overlooking the St Lawrence River - worth seeing even if you don't stay overnight. Full review →
Majestic Quebec City grand dame with a spa, wine and cheese bar fresh off a $75 million renovation. Full review →
More than just a hotel, the iconic Château Frontenac is one of the enduring symbols of Québec City. Full review →Rooms are elegantly decorated and come in all shapes and sizes with a number of views to choose from.
Built in 1892, the regal copper-roofed Chateau Frontenac towers above Old Quebec as the most enduring symbol of the city.
The 618-room Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac is a grand and ornate Quebec City landmark. Full review →
Thanks to its location and history it’s the most expensive place in town, with splendid rooms and views, antique furnishings, internet access, first-class service and the stately Bar St Laurent.
This iconic hotel is a distinguished grande dame known the world over; its famed fairytale-castle facade is a proud symbol of Quebec City and of the renowned Fairmont Hotel chain Full review →
Recently renovated 1893 landmark hotel set above the St. Lawrence River within the walls of Old Quebec. Full review →
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