Historic Old Quebec, a United Nations World Heritage Site, is distinguished by charming old buildings, cobblestone streets, walled ramparts, and a striking European character. Visitors are fascinated by the many historic sites, museums, and beautiful churches. Dining establishments run the gamut from renowned spots like Laurie Raphaël, Le Champlain, Panache, L'Initiale and Restaurant L'Utopie, to quick eats specializing in local dishes like Québécois poutine (French fries topped with fresh cheese curds and brown gravy). Why not stay in the very heart of Old Quebec-- in the chateau overlooking the St. Lawrence River? The award-winning Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac
is a stately heritage hotel located in the very center of one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Within the Chateau, Fairmont has introduced a boutique hotel, Fairmont Gold, a small deluxe hotel located within the larger resort. The newly renovated boutique is located in the top floors of the main tower, offering superb views of the city and river. Here, guests enjoy private check-in, personalized concierge service, private lounge with complimentary continental breakfast, canapés at cocktail time, and honor bar service. This summer enjoy excellent savings at the Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac
with ''Only One Way Summer'' rates
, starting from just CAD 229 per night, until September 3, 2007.
Vagablond, "The Spa Fairmont Le Château Montebello in Quebec is Hot!"
LA Times Daily Deal Blog, "Canada: The Fairmont's summer sale"