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The Saint-Louis Suite

1st floor ~300 sq. ft.

Relaxing nights and bright awakenings. Contemporary style with a touch of English countryside. Separate bedroom and living area, private bath, Queen bed, contemporary furniture.

Superior Rooms

4th floor walk-up ~235 sq. ft.

Attic room with vaulted ceilings, exposed beams, skylight, Queen bed, private bath, Victorian-inspired furniture, original antique woodwork.

Please note that Le Clos Saint Louis does not have an elevator. If you have difficulty climbing stairs, please choose another room category.

Prestige Rooms

1st and 2nd floor walk-up ~285 sq. ft.

High ceiling, large windows, original woodwork, marble fireplace (non-functional), Queen bed, private bathroom, Victorian-inspired furniture.

Please note that Le Clos Saint Louis does not have an elevator. If you have difficulty climbing stairs, please choose another room category.

Classic Rooms

3rd floor walk-up ~225 sq. ft.

ft. Original woodwork, large windows, stone walls, Queen bed, private bathroom, Old Europe-inspired furniture. 

Please note that Le Clos Saint Louis does not have an elevator. If you have difficulty climbing stairs, please choose another room category.

The Dufferin Terrace

Dufferin Terrace, beside Chateau Frontenac, offers panoramic views and highlights the area’s strategic importance. Along rue Saint Anne, Musee du Fort and a tourist office are key attractions.

Place d'armes and Château Frontenac

At Place d’Armes, the 1880s courthouse with original furnishings stands opposite Chateau Frontenac, the world’s most photographed hotel. Visitors can explore, dine, or enjoy high tea.

Musée des Ursulines

The Ursuline Convent on rue Parloir hosts a museum, preserving the legacy of North America’s first female educators and Quebec City’s initial inhabitants, including the Augustinians, Jesuits, and colonists.

Porte Saint-Louis

The Porte Saint-Louis, one of the three remaining city gates, was first built in 1693 on St. Louis Street. It underwent relocation and reconstruction, with the current form completed in 1878.

Rue Saint-Louis

Le Clos Saint-Louis, situated on Quebec City’s historic rue Saint Louis, invites you to explore its rich 17th-century history. This route extends from Dufferin Terrace at Chateau Frontenac to Porte Saint-Louis.

Don Vegan

Discover Quebec City’s first vegan restaurant. Enjoy our eclectic ambiance, plant-based dishes, and delightful cocktails. Whether it’s a lunch or dinner with colleagues or friends, our warm atmosphere will charm you. Non-vegan? No worries! Let us impress you. Guaranteed satisfaction awaits!

Le Clan

In Old Quebec City, Le Clan restaurant delivers an extraordinary gastronomic experience. Chef Stéphane Modat’s passion for hunting and fishing shines through as he showcases the finest local Quebecois products, paying tribute to them in his culinary creations.

La Bûche

Traditional Quebec cuisine with a modern twist. Experience deconstructed pâté chinois, beer-glazed ham, meat pie croquettes, and venison tartare, showcasing the flavors of Quebec with a contemporary flair.

Bello Ristorante

Experience the delights of authentic Italian cuisine at the restaurant. Handcrafted fresh pasta, premium local meats, and heavenly risotto await you. Be captivated by the exquisite tartares and wood-fired pizzas made with top-notch Italian ingredients.