Hotel 71 is a chic contemporary hotel set opposite the Auberge St Antoine in the beautiful cobbled streets of Old Quebec. Perfect for couples or groups of friends wishing to enjoy the fun and excitement of this beautiful city
At a Glance
Contemporary and trendy urban hotel in the heart of the old town
Stylish rooms, ideal for couples
Excellent on site Italian restaurant, Il Matto
Perfect location for exploring Quebec City's old town
Many rooms offer great views over the rooftops of Old Quebec to the river beyond
Meet our specialists
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In an enviable located in the heart of Old Quebec, Hotel 71’s contemporary concept blends in to complete contrast with the history of the city surrounding it.
The hotel offers an elegant escape from the city with a superb Italian restaurant, lobby bar with fireplace to take the chill off during the winter and a trendy vibe.
The rooms are modern and contemporary yet still offer a comfortable escape with cosy down comforters and bathrobes. Many have glimpses across the rooftops to the superb architecture of Old Quebec, a complete contrast to the sleek clean lines of the hotel itself.
Hotel 71 is the perfect Quebec City crash pad for those who enjoy the minimalist design concept and clean lines.
60 rooms offer refined décor with wireless internet, 27 inch flat screen TV, DVD surround sound system, safe, down comforters, bathrobes, Nespresso Coffee Machine, hairdryer and deluxe gift basket on arrival
Children are welcome but there are no facilities.
Il Matto Restaurant, Shop, business center, lobby lounge with fireplace, exercise room, business center
In room massage service, valet service, laundry service, overnight dry cleaning
Location & Directions
Located in a prestigious building that was once the National Bank's first head office, in Quebec City's bustling maritime district which stretche out along the St. Lawrence River at the foot of Cape Diamant.
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.