Auberge Saint-Antoine is located in Québec City in the heart of Canada’s richest historic district, a UNESCO world heritage site. Perched on the shores of the St. Lawrence River and a stone’s throw from Musée de la civilization, the Auberge is steps away from Place Royale. It is the perfect home base for exploring romantic, historic Québec City. Built on one of Québec City’s richest archaeological sites, the Auberge is made up of 3 historical buildings from the 18th and 19th centuries and a wharf and battery structure dating back to the end of the 17th century. Hundreds of artifacts from both the French and English regimes were discovered during an extensive archaeological dig on the property.
In this unique contemporary space, the past has been audaciously re-interpreted for you to savor. Auberge Saint-Antoine boasts 31 original rooms, each with its own unique history. Another 64 rooms were added when the hotel expanded. All rooms offer evening turn-down service, deluxe bedding, hypoallergenic goose down duvets and pillows, toiletries by "We Live Like This," robes and slippers, a Bose stereo system, independently controlled heating and air-conditioning, French windows, Wi-Fi access, two telephone lines equipped for conference and hands-free calling, voicemail service, a safe, a clock radio, an iron and ironing board, a Nespresso coffee machine, a teapot, and a minibar. All new and newly renovated rooms also boast archaeological artifacts with descriptions, heated bathroom flooring, and fog-free mirrors. Some rooms also have a balcony and/or fireplace.
Accommodations - The accommodations invite relaxation, delight the senses, and provide all the comforts of home. Auberge Saint-Antoine is located in Québec City at the heart of Canada’s richest historic district, a UNESCO world heritage site. Perched on the shores of the St. Lawrence River and a stone’s throw from Musée de la civilization, the Auberge is steps away from Place Royale. It is the perfect home base for exploring romantic, historic Québec City. Auberge Saint-Antoine boasts 95 rooms and suites, each with its own unique history.
Inaugurated in July 2004, Panache restaurant offers a traditional French Canadian cuisine menu with a twist, a revival led by the Executive Chef's talent and his brigade. Nestled amid stone walls built to house a riverside warehouse in the 19th century, Panache's dining room offers exceptional intimacy and stunning views of the bustling river. The historical building, which had been abandoned before being acquired by the Price family in 1990, was lovingly restored with the utmost care to preserve all aspects of its heritage.
Café-Bar Artéfact, the bar of Auberge Saint-Antoine, offers another glimpse of the past through historical objects such as the Dauphine Battery and window displays overflowing with objects dating from six different eras. Cafe-Bar Artefact is sure to please even the most discerning of palates. Set against a casual backdrop, it's the perfect place to catch up over a light meal in one of the alcoves next to the bar or tucked into one of the leather easy chairs by the windows. It also boasts one of Quebec City's top cocktail menus.