Auberge St Pierre
At a Glance
Charming small bed and breakfast
In the heart of the old town close to restaurants and shopping
Family suites available
Breakfast room with complimentary daily breakfast
Cosy library with fireplace
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Auberge St Pierre or take a look at our itineraries to Quebec
Set just 5 minutes walk away from the waterfront or cobbled streets of Old Town Quebec, this delightful Auberge offers a cosy home from home experience, perfect for a couple or family exploring this beautiful historic city.
Traditional feeling with simple styled accommodations, guests will feel right at home in the cosy library and enjoy gourmet breakfasts in the sweet little breakfast room. Although the hotel doesn’t offer any other meal service, there are some superb restaurants within a very easy stroll of the hotel. Alternatively the Hotel 71 right next door has the superb Il Matto Restaurant for delicious Italian comfort food.
41 rooms and suites offer stone and brick feature walls, down comforters, bathrobes, hair dryer and whirlpool bath. Wireless internet
Children are welcome but there are no facilities. Babysitting may be available on request
Breakfast room, library with fireplace, complimentary WiFi
In room massage service by appointment, valet service, laundry service
Location & Directions
Located on Rue Saint Pierre in the Old Town of Quebec City. Beside the Musée de la Civilization, a stone’s throw from Quebec’s water’s edge.
When to go
Any time of year is good for a visit. Summer draws the tourists. The crowds create fascinating street life and a buzz wherever you go. And in turn, the city really pulls out the red carpet for visitors: everyone from musicians to acrobats to actors in period costume take to the streets. There's also terrific festivals and oodles of special museum exhibitions and tours. Fall and spring bring beautiful colors, dramatically reduced prices and thinner crowds. And in the winter, Caribou, an alcoholic drink enjoyed by the early settlers, is sold everywhere to keep people warmed up. Even in the darkest and coldest months of January and February, Quebecers have found a way to have fun: throwing the annual Winter Carnival, arguably the biggest, most colorful and most successful winter festival around.