Occupying a historic 19th century stone building, Hotel Marie-Rollet offers comfortable and elegant accommodation just moments away from many of Quebec’s popular attractions.
The traditionally decorated rooms boast wood panelled walls and antique furniture alongside modern amenities such as televisions, air-conditioning and free Wi-Fi. Upgraded rooms add fridges and microwaves.
Guests staying at Hotel Marie-Rollet can relax and take in the views on the rooftop terrace as well as enjoy complimentary coffee each morning.
There are numerous cafes and restaurants in close vicinity where guests can have their daily meals such as Charbon Steakhouse, Restaurant Le Continental and Conti Cafe.
Citadelle of Quebec, Place Royale, Price Tower, Musee de la Civilisation, The Chateau Frontenac, Centre des Congres, Plaines d’ Abraham, Quebec Port, Fortifications of Quebec, Parliament Building, Terrasse Dufferin, Rue Saint-Luis and Rue du Tresor are all within two miles of the guest house.
Guests said that they hardly needed the use of their cars during their stay as most of the places they wanted to visit were within walking distance. As there are no dining facilities on-site many found it handy having numerous cafes and restaurants on their doorstep.
Full of history and old-world charm.
The rooms have retained many original period features including wood panelling on the walls and open fire places which left a lasting impression on those who stayed here. Guests also appreciated the quality pieces of antique furniture which added to the overall elegance of the decor.
Friendly and helpful staff.
The front-desk personnel were described as being professional and courteous by the majority of the guests. May found it handy that the fact that the staff were bi-lingual and were more than willing to offer guests valuable tips and advice with regards to the local area. The swift and efficient check-in and check-out process was also greatly appreciated.
Bathrooms on the small side.
The bathrooms in the standard-type rooms have been described as being quite small with guests objecting to the fact that they could hardly move in them even though the sinks were in the bedroom. Lack of space for toiletries also inconvenienced quite a few guests.
Basic room amenities.
Guests said that the amenities in the en-suites were rather sparse and said that their stay would have been enjoyable if they had tea and coffee making facilities as well as other items such as hairdryers.
Braving the stairs.
Upon entering the building there are steep steps leading to the reception area as well as a narrow staircase to the upper floors. Some guests said that they found the daily climb to their rooms rather tiring.