Offering stylish accommodations for both business and leisure, Lindbergh by Hotel Jaro is a convenient five miles from Quebec City Jean Lesange International Airport.
Rooms at Lindbergh by Hotel Jaro are offered in queen, double and superior sizes with optional balconies and disabled accessibility. There are coffee makers, televisions and private bathrooms in them as well.
There's an outdoor pool, free parking and Wi-Fi available throughout the premises. Twenty-four hour reception is offered as well as a business centre, dry cleaning and concierge service.
A continental breakfast is served daily, while Maison George Bryson Tea Room and La Bete Bar Steakhouse are less than three hundred feet from the doorstep.
Approximately five miles or less from the hotel stand the Citadel of Quebec City, Joan of Arc monument, Quebec City Convention Centre and Morrin Centre. Quebec Aquarium is less than three miles south and Old Quebec is within a twenty-minute ride.
This is a tidy and quiet spot close to plenty of shopping and restaurants. Easy on the wallet. The pool is kept clean and check-in/out procedures are efficient. An express bus stops nearby and can take you to central Quebec City and Old Quebec within ten minutes, and there's also plenty of parking on-site if you brought a vehicle.
Spacious, Well-Appointed Rooms
Nicely arranged rooms with tasteful decor. Lots of storage space is available. There's extra pillows under the bed in drawers, and the blackout curtains are superb for a lie-in.
The front desk staff will surpass your expectations offering to help with anything and everything. Ready with a smile and happy to give directions, maps and assistance with luggage when needed. An exemplary team!
You might find the bed a bit too firm for your liking. See about bringing or requesting additional blankets to help with softening it up.
Mixed Reviews on the Wi-Fi
The Wi-Fi is usually adequate, but can also be temperamental. There's no guarantee on it, but if you have trouble, there's always La Maison Smith in Quebec City - you can grab a coffee or ice cream there while you use their free Wi-Fi.
Even for a continental, the breakfast is low on selection here. There's bread and bagels, jam and peanut butter, fruit and juice, cereal and coffee. If that's not sufficient, head out for breakfast - there are plenty of options nearby, and more in Quebec City.