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FSA LogoThe Luxury Hotel Insider: Exclusive luxury hotel deals, features and special rates from the luxury hotel experts at Five Star Alliance. 
 
Named one of Tripbase's Best Luxury Travel Blogs for 2011, below are Five Star Alliance's newest articles featuring exclusive information on luxury hotels worldwide including special offers and deals at the world's best hotels.

Your Questions Answered: What's the Best Hotel in Quebec for a Family of 6?

August 10, 2013
By: Betsy LeTourneau

Loews Le Concorde
We at Five Star Alliance work tirelessly to ensure we bring you the best luxury hotels selection and information regarding amenities, location, and highlights so you are confident that the hotel you choose will exceed your expectations and serve your needs. Sometimes, however, you are left with a few questions that go unanswered, and that’s why we’re here. Be sure to explore our new blog series ‘Your Questions Answered’ to find answers to real questions submitted to us by our clients regarding traveling with kids, pets, the best beach hotels, and much more.

QUESTION: We are a family of 6 and looking to stay is Quebec City. What hotel offers the best accommodations for our family that is 1 room?

ANSWER: Loews Le Concorde Hotel 

Say bonjour to Old World charm and contemporary comfort at Loews Le Concorde, a luxury hotel in Quebec City. Guests will feel like they are in a European city as they traverse the winding cobblestone streets of the Old City. All 406 rooms and 19 suites have been luxuriously furnished with the intent of creating accommodations that invite guests to linger. Expansive views allow guests to gaze over the city's skyline while enjoying the privacy of their hotel room.

The Junior Suite is the ideal place for a family getaway to Quebec City. These suites offer multiple amenities, incomparable value, and a choice of extra space or privacy. There is a separate bedroom that features 2 Queen size beds or 1 King Bed and a spacious living room with a double sofa bed, so the suite can sleep as many as 6. Guests will be surrounded by the beauty of this historic city, with magnificent views of the St. Lawrence, the Plains of Abraham, or the Old City itself. No detail has been overlooked when it comes to your comfort, from the modern, French-inspired deceor to the fine plush linens. The elegant marble bath is the perfect place to relax after a day spent exploring this incredible city. Then slip into one of the ultra-comfy robes, and watch an in-room movie with the family. You will find everything you need for a perfect family getaway in the Junior Suite at the Loews Hotel le Concorde.

All rates are based on double occupancy and extra person charges may apply. Please be advised that the rates, availability, as well as any extra person charges are subject to change depending on the hotel’s policies.

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The Winter of Our Content: Quebec's Ice Hotel

June 5, 2012
By: Christopher Roney

As summer hits the northern hemisphere like a hot blanket soaked in mosquitos, I find myself longing for something a little more wintery. It's also a hotel that's about as unlikely as the Kool Aid man entering through a doorway. The Hotel de Glace is a hotel made entirely of ice. No, stop checking your glasses. You read that correctly. It is a hotel made of ice. It's only open in the spring season, but it might be worth setting yourself up for next year already. I imagine such a hotel derives most of its appeal from novelty, since bedding down within an ice sculpture may be the coolest thing since Archimedes invented buoyancy, but staying for more than a few nights might leave you with a case of the sniffles. 

The hotel is available for nightly stays, tours and even for full wedding parties who are looking for the most exotic possible way to celebrate their union. Next winter, make sure to check out the chilliest of accommodations at the Hotel de Glace. For the summer months, however, you'll be better off sticking to Quebec hotels whose walls don't depart with the spring thaw. 

Photo via Hotel de Glace.com