Conde Nast Traveller: Hotel 71 in the Top 20 best hotels in Eastern Canada

Le 1 November 2013

Located in the heart of the Old Port, this 40-room hotel in a former nineteenth-century bank has shed all traces of colonial pretense. The lobby has limestone walls and a walnut ceiling, and the guest rooms are loftlike, with 15-foot ceilings and platform beds swathed in puffy white duvets. Corridors are dimly lit, and illuminated room numbers change color to indicate whether housekeeping should enter (green) or not (red). The intimate scale gives the hotel a distinctly personal feel, but smallness comes at a price: There is only a café, and although staff are friendly, at times it feels as though only one person is running the entire hotel.

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