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Holidays in Quebec

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Hotel Faubourg Montreal Downtown Hotel
Hotel Faubourg Montreal Downtown Hotel
3 out of 5
155 Rene Levesque Boulevard East, Montreal, QC
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is NZ$175 per night from 10 Aug. to 10 Aug.
4.1/5Very Good! (1,555 reviews)
"Check in was fine, however keys stopped working often. Otherwise employees were kind and accommodating."

Reviewed on 4 Aug. 2021

Hotel Faubourg Montreal Downtown Hotel
InterContinental Montreal, an IHG Hotel
InterContinental Montreal, an IHG Hotel
4.5 out of 5
360 Saint Antoine Street Ouest, Montreal, QC
Fully refundable
The price is NZ$268 per night from 8 Aug. to 8 Aug.
4.5/5Wonderful! (972 reviews)
"Like: between old and downtown Montreal, clean and nice hotel, good service in general, the reception employees were efficient and nice. Does not like: The valley park person was rude, and I reported to the hotel—no clear instructions provided for the onsite parking, which caused difficulty and expensive ..."

Reviewed on 1 Aug. 2021

InterContinental Montreal, an IHG Hotel
Hôtel Le Concorde Québec
Hôtel Le Concorde Québec
3 out of 5
1225 Cours du General de Montcalm, Quebec, QC
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is NZ$228 per night from 22 Aug. to 22 Aug.
3.9/5Good! (3,769 reviews)
"I like the whole experience"

Reviewed on 4 Aug. 2021

Hôtel Le Concorde Québec
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Top activities in Quebec

Québec Holiday Packages

This French-speaking inland province is the birthplace of poutine, Cirque du Soleil and Arcade Fire. Here art thrives in some of the New World’s oldest cities.

Since the 1500s when Jacques Cartier landed, Québec has been Canada’s French enclave. Today, the province maintains French as its official language. It features a classically French focus on cuisine, art and grand architecture. Visit Québec’s two main cities for a sense of Paris within the Canadian woods.

Tour Québec City, the province’s capital, for the purest experience of old Québec. Today the city feels more like a European capital than a frontier port town. Browse the cobblestone alleys of the Old Town. The Château Frontenac is one of the city’s main monuments, a castle-like grand hotel towering over the port, while the 1886 Hôtel du Parlement is equally as grand. At the heart of Québec City is La Citadelle, a geometric fort that has guarded the city for centuries. In the nearby city of Baie-Saint-Paul, the theatrical group Cirque du Soleil got its start in the 1980s.

If Québec City is the historic political capital of Québec, Montréal is the contemporary cultural capital. This bohemian city of university students and artists features some of the province’s liveliest neighbourhoods, museums, cuisine and parties. Eat French-Canadian specialties such as maple syrup-glazed salmon or poutine, made of potato, cheese and gravy. Gather around young artists in colourful neighbourhoods like the Plateau-Mont-Royal or the Quartier Latin. Listen to the rock band Arcade Fire in their hometown. In summer, head to the Quartier des Spectacles or the St. Lawrence River islands to participate in one of hundreds of annual festivals, including the Montréal Jazz Festival.

Québec’s vast northern region extends to the Hudson Strait. Visit the far-north region of Nunavik, where a large Inuit population lives on the tundra. The regional highlight is Pingualuit National Park, centred on a 2.1-mile (3.4-kilometre) meteorite crater filled with the water of a brilliant blue lake.

Arrive in Québec via international airports in Québec City or Montréal. During winter, the province’s heavy snow can make travel difficult, so arrive from June to mid-September for the best weather.

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