The 3-star Hotel Le Saint-Paul occupies a 19th Century building in Québec City’s Old Port district, next to the ramparts of Old Québec at rue Saint-Paul and across from the Marché du Vieux-Port market. This hotel also has B&B accommodation above the Casse-Cou Stairs, is seven minutes’ walk from the Museum of Civilization and offers uniquely-styled conference/event facilities on site.
The 27 rooms and suites all come with a minimum of free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV, en-suite bathrooms with a shower and/or bath, desk space and a Keurig coffee machine.
Paid parking is available nearby, and the front desk offers concierge service, umbrella rentals and wake-up calls.
The on-site Le Veravin restaurant offers an authentic French bistro dining experience and there is also a terrace to relax on in summer.
Hotel Le Saint-Paul is roughly 20 minutes walk away from Citadelle de Québec and Parliament Building.
Those who stayed at Le Saint-Paul said what they found on arrival was attractively-decorated, well-appointed boutique hotel rooms with comfortable beds and a high standard of cleanliness. They also particularly liked the bathrooms, which came with large baths or rainshowers, although a handful of guests would have liked to have had clothes hooks.
Explore Québec City on foot.
The location is said to be perfect for those wanting to walk to the cruise port, or Petit Champlain, and it is found just outside the walled city of Old Québec and within an easy stroll of wide selection of restaurants and bars. In addition, you will find convenient on-site parking if you arrive by car and the port farmers' market across the street is fantastic for purchasing some fresh local delicacies.
Accommodating staff, tasty breakfasts.
You will find the staff here to be accommodating, friendly, and great at giving recommendations. Furthermore, people thought it handy to have restaurant on site — which, incidentally, is handsomely decorated — and the breakfasts are said to be delicious, but a handful of guests were not happy the lack of buffet, and instead having to order off a menu.
A few say overpriced and underlit.
While this was not the overall consensus of the vast majority of people who stayed at Le Saint-Paul, a few guests thought the hotel to be overpriced for what they got — particularly considering additional parking charges — while others found the rooms to be a little dimly lit.