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The Urban Pied-a-Terre Suites are spacious, freshly-renovated luxury apartments in Quebec’s charming Upper Town neighbourhood. Just steps from the fortress walls of Old Quebec City, we are right beside the magnificent Saint-Jean-Baptiste church. These luxury retreats offer our corporate stay guest suites that are fully equipped and conveniently located in the historic shopping district of Saint-Jean-Baptiste (the Soho of Quebec), within strolling distance of all major tourist attractions: La Citadelle, Plains of Abraham, Notre-Dame de Quebec, Parliament buildings, Chateaux Frontenac, and Quebec’s ultra-modern Convention Centre. Live, eat and connect with the locals, walk our cobblestone streets, visit historic churches and buildings, relive military history, all a short walk from our elegant, affordable suites. Discover for yourself the warmth and grandeur of Quebec City.

  • Aménagements

  • Fully Equipped Kitchen
  • Double sofa bed for extra guests
  • Dedicated workspace
  • Housekeeping Service Every Two weeks.
  • Complementary High Speed Internet and TV Cable Service
  • Nightly, Weekly and Monthly Rates Available
  • 24/7 on-call service *Thirty night minimum stay
  • Inclut aussi

  • Steps to boutiques, restaurants, cafes and grocery shops on of trendy Saint-Jean-Baptiste district.
  • Fitness Facilities, a 7 minute walk at the Hilton
  • Free access to swimming to the Lucien Borne Community Pool, 7 minute walk.
  • Terrace (Penthouse Suite Only)
  • Dedicated outdoor parking available on request.

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Détails du Quartier

Québec is an historic city in the mostly French-speaking province of Quebec that dates back to 1608. The picturesque city on is located on the Saint Lawrence River and its narrow cobblestone streets are lined with stone buildings that house bistros and boutiques.


Enjoy creations using local and regional products designed by local celebrity chef Daniel Vézina at Laurie Raphael Restaurant-Atelier-Boutique. Dishes like crystallized foie gras with truffle snow, and venison tartare. Tasting menus with optional wine pairings are available, as are private cooking classes, and products for sale in the food boutique.

Pubs / Bars

Bar Le Sacrilège is a charming pub with church pew seats and mosaic tables featuring regional brews and an artsy patio space.

Fou Bar is a traditional neighbourhood pub offering draft brews and live music in a cozy, relaxed space.

Cafés / Bakeries

Café-Boulangerie Paillard is a bakery known for its selection of nouvelle French pastries, whole grain breads, gourmet sandwiches, pizzas, and artisanal gelato.

Shopping / Retail

Fleur de Lys Centre Commercial is the closest shopping mall to the old city. Located in the neighbourhood of Vanier, it has more than 200 stores with several local retailers as well as big chain stores like The Bay and Sears.

Entertainment / Attractions

The Grand Théâtre de Quebec is a multi-purpose arts complex in Quebec City. It is home to Symphony Orchestra of Quebec, the Trident Theatre, and the Opera of Quebec City.

Musée national des beaux-arts du Quebec is the only museum entirely devoted to Quebec art. The Musée consists of four pavilions located in National Battlefirelds Park. It offers many exhibitions, activities and services like public talks, workshops, school programs, audioguides, and guided tours.

The Museum of Civilization hosts exhibits on ancient and current world societies, including First Nations, New France & modern Quebec.

The Plains of Abraham is an historic battle site of the Seven Years' War between the French and English empires. The park is the Quebec City what Central Park and Hyde Park are to New York and London. It now features gardens and an ice rink.

The Funicular of Old Québec was built in 1879 to scale the 195ft. escarpment from the lower town to the upper town. The original operated by means of counter weight water process and steam power. The modern version using newer technology and has glass cabins that offer a panoramic view of the lower town and St. Lawrence River.

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