Four Of Canada’s Best Hotels Are In Quebec City

The Quebec capital has something to show for it.

Four of the country’s best hotels are located in Old Quebec City according to Conde Nast Traveler magazine, which has just published its 2019 Reader’s Choice Awards.

The very first place in the “Top 10 Best Hotels in Canada” goes to Auberge Saint-Antoine, located on Saint-Antoine Street in the Old Port of Québec.

Hotel 71, on Saint-Pierre Street, is in third place on the list, while Hotel Le Germain Québec, located in a building dating back to the early 1900s, is in 7th place. The iconic Fairmont Le Château Frontenac is in 9th place. Two other institutions in the province are included in this list, which is based on readers’ votes. The William Gray Hotel in Old Montreal is in 5th place and Hovey Manor in North Hatley, Eastern Townships, is in 6th place.

The province can also boast, since it has six of the 10 readers’ choices! Special mention is also made of Victoria, British Columbia, which has three hotels on the list. As for Vancouver, it is not included in this ranking since it is entitled to its own top 10 established by Conde Nast Traveler readers.

Here is the complete list of the best hotels in Canada (except Vancouver) according to Conde Nast Traveler’s Reader’s Choice Awards 2019:

Auberge Saint-Antoine has risen to 38th place – out of 50 – in the international ranking, the highest score for a Canadian hotel. Another address in Quebec City, Hotel 71, did quite well by finishing third in the Canadian top 10, although it could not make it into the top 50 in the world.

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