Hotel in the heart of Old Quebec
A stay in a boutique hotel with a trendy atmosphere, a warm welcome
and where breakfast is included.
Hotel 71, in Old Quebec City, is located in a prestigious building that was once the National Bank of Canada's first head office in Quebec City. The building façade is a stunning example of 19th century neo-classic architecture. The refined style of its interiors is as attractive as it is welcoming, and Hotel 71 offers 60 contemporary hotel rooms and suites featuring sweeping views of the St. Lawrence River and Cap Diamant.
During your stay at Hotel 71 in Quebec City, reinvent your daily routine by adding some of our signature touches − abundant natural light, contemporary elegance with breathtaking rooftop views and vistas of superb Old Quebec architecture. You’re not just staying in the city – you’re snuggling up to it!
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