Auberge Saint-Pierre
Room Auberge Saint-Pierre Old-Québec

Unequalled relaxation

Discover the charms of Old Québec in Auberge Saint-Pierre’s cozy rooms and suites. An invitation to relaxation in an unequalled comfort and style.

Meeting Auberge Saint-Pierre Old-Québec

Everything for your business meetings

Two meeting rooms equipped with the technologies you need, including access to the Internet, are at your disposal to improve the productivity of your meetings.

Restaurant Auberge Saint-Pierre Old-Québec

For a little snack

Take advantage of the Bistro-Bar at Auberge Saint-Pierre for the apéro at the end of the day. You can also taste our gourmet à la carte breakfasts, served in the dining room.

Services Auberge Saint-Pierre Old-Québec

At your service

The library with fireplace, the concierge service, the parking with valet service and the bellboy service are as many attentions that will enliven your stay.


hotel Old-Quebec

Old Québec

Old Québec, it’s widely known, has a tinge of European atmosphere. This neighbourhood, encircled by the thick walls left by the French, will take you into another world. Time here seems to come to a halt. The visitors’ footsteps echo from the cobblestone streets and the centennial buildings. The waves of the St. Lawrence River slowly rock Place-Royale, the Petit Champlain and the Old Port. Auberge Saint-Pierre and Hôtel 71, which are both well established in Old Québec, enjoy an exceptional view on the Old Port and the River. In the shadow of Château Frontenac, this neighbourhood welcomes tourists in search of the atmosphere of yesteryear.

Old Québec is also the impressive viewpoints on the omnipresent River, on the lower town below, on Lévis on the South shore and on Île d’Orléans, which proudly stands in the middle of the River. The numerous attractions that this neighbourhood conceals, like the Musée de la civilisation, the Fortifications of Québec and the Musée de l’Amérique française invite you to discover the rich history of this four-hundred-year-old city. Relive its important battles, its innovations, as well as the evolution of its inhabitants throughout the centuries. From their kitchens, the restaurants of the neighbourhood let out their tempting fragrances, while the charming little boutiques invite you to discover the talented Quebec artists. Some treasures await you along its lovely narrow streets. Visiting Old Québec means offering yourself a piece of Europe in the heart of America.

Shopping in the old town


Old Québec’s charming little boutiques invite tourists to enter and discover the talent of the Quebec artists. Art objects, clothes, decorative objects or exclusive glass pieces await visitors. The Petit Champlain neighbourhood is particularly rich in findings, just like Saint-Paul street, where you will find antiques, and Sault au Malelot street, which hides numerous art galleries. Don’t forget to buy a souvenir to keep the memory of your pleasant stay in the old capital forever.




Along the streets of Old Québec are hidden numerous high-end restaurants and their charming terraces. Some restaurants present their own speciality, particularly in the Old Port and Petit Champlain neighbourhoods. Walk up to Saint-Jean and Saint-Louis streets to discover the French pubs and the traditional Canadian cuisine. The Laurie-Raphaël will astonish you with its fine cuisine, while the Café du Monde will make you discover its menu worthy of the best restaurants. Come taste diversity in the Québec City restautants.



There are so many attractions in the Old Québec. In fact, it’s probably the neighbourhood that has the most attractions in the city, because of its historical heritage. Walk along the Dufferin Terrace by the Château Frontenac to admire the lower city and the St. Lawrence River below. Place-Royale conceals unbelievable historic treasures, while the Old Port takes you a few centuries back with its outdoor market and its interpretation centre about the maritime life at the beginning of the colony.