Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Quebec City, Cafe Krieghoff is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Cafe Krieghoff makes it easy to enjoy the best of Quebec City.
Cafe Krieghoff Hotel offers guests an array of room amenities including air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The small hotel offers baggage storage, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a lounge. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to paid public parking available nearby.
While staying at Cafe Krieghoff Hotel, visitors can check out Upper Town (Haute-Ville) (1.6 km) and Gare du Palais (1.8 km), some of Quebec City's top attractions.
While visiting Quebec City, you may want to try some ribs at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Cochon Dingue Champlain, Chez Rioux & Pettigrew, or Bistro Sous le Fort.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Old Quebec (1.9 km), Quartier Petit Champlain (1.9 km), and Plains of Abraham (1.0 km), which are all within walking distance of the small hotel.
Cafe Krieghoff Hotel is sure to make your visit to Quebec City one worth remembering.
A cude Restaurant with friendly Staff and we ate Greek Salad and Hamburger it taste very well. Nice lamps on the street with art and nice design on the big lamps.The Atmosphäre was very nice and you Could feeling good here. Thanks to Frédéric for a nice evening. Regards from tourist of Germany
I used to live in QC and am a native French speaker - this was no misunderstanding. I feel like a fool for not researching this place better and believing the top reviews. I care for an elderly parent and now live across the country. I booked this Cafe Auberge on this visit because I wanted the boutique/neighbourhood feel and have a mini vacation. Did not happen. The good: You would be on a cool street with lots of arts, cafe, restaurants… walking distance to Grande Allée and the old town (15-20 minute walk). Food is ok and most of the staff was quite pleasant. The bad: the noise & customer service. I had the room above the cafe. As soon as the staff entered at 6AM, don’t even think about sleeping. They are cleaning and setting up, moving chairs/tables around enough to vibrate your mattress and pillow on top of the noise. Since it is a busy street and the restaurant is opened at night, you won’t go to bed super early either. I slept 7 hours total in 2 nights. As I was trying to checkout early, being RIGHT was very important to the manager. She invented an “altercation” (her word) where there as none, in an effort to make me feel like I was stupid and difficult. I did say she needed to work on her customer service skills. I worked in the hospitality industry for 10 years, I have never spoken to anyone like I was spoken to here. I was just exhausted and expressing myself and all of a sudden, she started to tell me off and stared me down with all the self righteousness and superiority she could muster. The ugly: Now, since the whole staff kept repeating they never had a noise complaint before like drones, I smelled a rat and went on google reviews, tripadvisor, and booking.com and filtering on the negative reviews, I found numerous reviews of people who complained of very bad noises from all rooms for different reasons and all were told the same thing I was: never had a complaint before. Very similar experience in both French and English. So lying to you, making you feel small and stupid seem to be the norm here. There is no parking here. Your options are: hope for a spot on a tight side streets where you will have 90 minutes free parking between 9 and 5 on weekdays. This is a busy area and I had to circle around a while and walk with my luggage and keep time to make sure I didn't stay over 90 minutes in the same spot. You can ask the Shell station nearby who will let you park there for $10 or find a regular pay parking lot (not sure about in and out privileges). There are a few metered street parking. I moved to a real hotel on Boulevard Laurier, clean and quiet property with free parking for $40 less a night - booked last minute as I was checking out of this one. And I don't have to stress out about getting a ticket. ___ Très bruyant et mauvais service à la clientele de la gérante. Pas de stationnement Je ne recommande pas.…
Super resto - déjeuner bagel jambon œuf délicieux et super bon café Great all day breakfast try bagel ham cheese egg with espresso Friendly even though over busy Recommend Be patient when busy as small kitchen but worth the wait Been here in middle of winter when there is only a handful of clients quite the contrast to summer
Went there many times but I wont return. Room was noisy in the morning and i couldn't sleep in...on a Sunday morning on vacations, well it sucks! The TV was like watching a 60s TV , ask for help but I was told the tech guy will come this week. Overall, disappointing.
The location is lovely - it feels a bit like you're out of the main tourist area, and this is a cute little village high street. The room was a fine size as was the bathroom. Guests are provided with pretty much everything you could need, and it was very clean. The breakfast was delicious and plentiful, and it was the best coffee I have had in Quebec. I'm not sure what others have been unhappy about. Would have liked access to tea, but coffee was available in the morning. There was a little noise from outside the room during the day, but it wasn't a problem when trying to sleep at night. Probably the only real complaint is the lack of friendliness/warmth from the staff. Felt more like an inconvenience than a guest.