So quaint and elegant, this Victorian hotel in the centre of the city of Quebec is ideal for lovers who come to visit the city and take good care of their body. The guests really are pampered in this hotel, equipped with a spa and a salted swimming pool, very relaxing after a day's walk. The bedrooms, however, are rather simple. Value = null.
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Located in the historic district, a 5 minute walk from Château Frontenac and Vieux-Port.
65 single bedrooms and 84 twins - a total of 146 bedrooms. They are small, with a TV set, set up high on the wall; so you will have to watch it in the horizontal position, whether you like it or not. As for the equipment, a percolator, an iron and a board, an alarm clock for those who would like to see the sun rising on the banks of the Saint Laurent. Some bedrooms have a safe in which to hide your jewellery away, although the country is very safe. If you are coming with your family and wish to sleep in the same room, think about requesting a room with two double beds. The beds are rather soft and the pillows too thick, so if you like thin pillows, bring your own, or change this one for a jumper. Finally, the bathroom, fitted with a small and shallow bathtub in which a Canadian lumberjack certainly wouldn't fit, and an ultra noisy hairdryer, but at least you won't have to bring your own... We liked the shower curtain matching the bedspread and the net curtains... Now, isn't that just harmony!
Because of its tumultuous past, Manoir Victoria has only managed to retain its art deco style from that period, an exception in that area. Before getting to the hotel reception, you have to walk up a few steps (at least twenty), with a suitcase in your hands... it's tough! But it is certainly worth it, because the warm welcome and decoration are awaiting you, they make you feel like home, or more like your grandparents' home. The furniture, the decoration and the wall paper are worthy of an old house, a very old house indeed. The hotel rises on six floors where long corridors form a real kind of maze leading to the 149 bedrooms. Underground, a pretty salt-water pool adorned with pillars, chaises longues and some plants, is open to the guests who can also access the sauna. For those that love being pampered - body care, Swedish massages, chocolate wraps or reflexology sessions can be reserved at the spa, which happens to take residence on the same floor.
Food and drink
Breakfast is served in a large, long hall topped with a glass roof. The atmosphere is chic, the waiters very efficient in serving your coffee (American-style) and orange juice (not freshly squeezed). The hot dishes, pastries, fruit and cereal are laid out on two buffet tables. It is the usual classics of continental and American breakfasts. The pastries aren't good at all... why not go for the toast if you don't care for fry ups in the morning. For lunch and dinner, go to the bar-restaurant adjacent to the hotel which also opens onto the street. The atmosphere is relaxed, the decor is lovely, the speciality here is pasta. You can also enjoy sandwiches and salads served with beer, served from the large selection of draught beers. Finally, if you like refined cuisine, try "La Table du Manoir", a restaurant open from 5.30pm (dinner is served early in Quebec) - an invitation to "enjoy a new culinary experience as the seasons go by" (this is what they say and... they're not wrong).If the hotel becomes busy, the restaurant then suggests a set menu (starter, soup, main course, dessert and coffee) excellent and finely prepared with regional produce. You can go for it with your eyes closed.
The car park costs 18 dollars for 24 hours. Free Internet access