See why so many travellers make Hotel Manoir de la Tour their hotel of choice when visiting Quebec City. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a quaint setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Nearby landmarks such as Upper Town (Haute-Ville) (1.3 km) and Basilique Cathedrale - Notre-Dame-de-Quebec (1.5 km) make Hotel Manoir de la Tour a great place to stay when visiting Quebec City.
Rooms at Hotel Manoir de la Tour provide a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Hotel Manoir de la Tour guests have access to a coffee shop. Need a place to park? There is paid private parking available on-site.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out L'entrecote Saint-Jean, Charbon Steakhouse, and Le Feu Sacre, which are some steakhouses that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Old Quebec (1.5 km), Quartier Petit Champlain (1.5 km), and Plains of Abraham (0.6 km), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
At Hotel Manoir de la Tour, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Quebec City.
The hotel is really well located and is clean and friendly. Michel who was on reception during our stay was exceptionally helpful and offered numerous great suggestions on restaurants etc. A 15 minute walk will bring you into the heart of the old town. A nice boutique hotel in a great location.
We stayed 3 nights at this hotel, and couldn’t ask for better. We had a good sized room with plenty of space for our luggage, as well as shelves in the room and in the bathroom for our personal effects. Although there was no fridge in the room, we had shared access to a large fridge and freezer, and to an entire kitchen. The room and the whole hotel were very clean. Because of COVID, there is no cleaning service in the room during the stay, but we had access to towels, soap, and any other amenities we needed, which were accessible in a cabinet in the hallway. There is limited parking (at an additional charge). Michel, just about the only person we saw working there, was very nice and helpful. The location was very good, as we could easily walk to the old quarter. The cons: - It was rather noisy at night (it’s located on the Grande Allée, a major road). One night there were some especially loud young people in the street. - The shower was slippery, and there was no rubber mat. - The bath towels were a bit small - There’s not always someone on site (no one there after a certain hour), although they do have a number to call for emergencies All in all, we were very pleased with this hotel, and wouldn’t hesitate to go back there.…
Hotel Manoir de la Tour is convenient (ie: walkable) to the old town, the Plains of Abraham, the art museum, Avenue Cartier and Rue Saint Jean. An handsome house with some parking made this small hotel a great choice for a quiet respite after walking around the city for three days.
On arrival, there was a mixup as to which room we were in. When I opened the room door, someone else's suitcases were still there. The room mix-up was corrected and the room was clean and comfortable. The bed was hard. Wifi was good. The small parking area was very tight and required that you either left your keys with the front desk or were available to shuffle your car from time to time. In the end, it all worked out and we had a great stay.
Location, location, location! As most if not all reviews say, the location is great! It's right at the centre between Old Quebec (touristy town) and other side which is local Quebec with great restaurants, liquor store & supermarket. The Plains of Abraham is right behind the hotel, we were there in winter but still had a good walk, so I can just imagine how great it is in summer. Sharon, the lady at the reception is very nice and always pleasant. Overall, I give this a 4star because the cleaning lady did not do a good job is cleaning our room. Sure, she changed the sheets and the towels, but she did not vacuum nor at the very least, picked up the litter on the floor, no big deal but we were still disappointed. Highly recommended - fantastic location!
Delightful hotel very close to city centre. Facilities in rooms excellent, very clean and well looked after. Charming and very helpful staff (opposite to the comments made in some reviews on Trip Advisor) - they really could not have been more helpful. However, we wish we had been able to reserve the apartment on the ground floor - it would have been ideal for the 3 adults for whom we were looking for accommodation with cooking facilities. However, the hotel could not have been better otherwise. We understood why breakfast was not available - but it would have made our short stay even better.
Our stay was motivated by the attendance of Mozart's '' Magic Flute '' at the Quebec Opera festival : the hotel was literally a stone-throw away from the '' Grand Théâtre ''and at leisurely walking distance from the Fine Arts Museum. The reception by Sharon, the attending person at the desk, was extremely courteous and the price was more than reasonable, including a parking space adjacent to the hotel`s side entrance for a minimal fee. The room was comfortable and the service efficient and very friendly. The cherry on the sundae : Sharon informed me via e-mail that I had forgotten my precious silk tie in the room and sent it by regular mail in a small parcel few days later, at no charge ! We are warmly recommending this hotel and are planing to return on the next occasion.
My boyfriend and I stayed at this hotel for 3 nights in June. Our room was fine but it was up quite a few flights of stairs and there is no lift. It was a bit awkward with two large suitcases, not much floor space and only 3 coat pegs on the wall to hang clothes with 3 hangers! The bathroom was nice with a bath and over shower but no where to put 2 toilet bags. There was a handy fridge in the room and I thought the bed was comfortable but my boyfriend really didn’t. The deco was dated but quaint. The car parking was awkward as it is just a large drive with cars parked in front if each other. It is quite costly too. You cannot park on the road. The hotel like a large old house and the reception is not open at night. You just let yourself in with your key. The location is very good. You can walk left or right out of the hotel and within 5 minutes there are bars, shops and restaurants. The free walking tour is excellent and leaves everyday 2 minutes walk from the hotel. I would recommend this hotel.…
The hotel is just outside the city walls (a 10minute walk) and this was much better than being inside the city. The location is perfect on the Grande Allee and it is close to a wonderful park and lots of local restaurants. We spent most of our time eating on Rue Cartier 2 blocks away - a normal suburban block with good cafes, decent restaurants, supermarket and no tourists. We also found a good Italian restaurant on Rue de Claire-Fontaine called Ciccio restaurant which was excellent food and good value. The restaurants and bars on the Grande Allee seemed to have all the same type of food at inflated prices although we were told by a local (and it turned out to be true) that Chez Ashtons Cafe has the best Poutine so if you have to try it, then you can do it on the way back to the hotel in the evening. There is also an excellent FREE walking tour that starts around the corner of the hotel. I would suggest that you take this tour as it was informative and the guide gave us lots of tips on how to do Quebec cheaply, where to eat, the best views etc. Whilst the hotel is comfortable it really does need a bit of an overhaul to make it more modern - even something as simple as removing the dowdy bedspreads and replacing them with white duvets would make a huge difference. We initially had a very awkward room with a fold out sofa bed (there were 3 of us). The room itslef was quirky so we didn't mind that but there was nowhere to put anything. Not even a hook to hang clothes on or a chest of drawers to put things down on. Fortunately we were moved to a larger room on day 3 and that made all the difference. The upgraded room was the large corner room overlooking the street. There have been some comments about the noise but if the windows are closed, the room is quiet despite the traffic. Given that we stayed 6 nights, you would think the owner would have recognised us when we walked in and out but she seemed to forget who we were every time she saw us. The staff otherwise were lovely. We probably wouldn't stay agin on the next visit but we would defintely stay in the same location.…
Hotel Manoir de la Tour was in a perfect spot to see much of quebec city's offerings including a short 15 minute walk to one of the old city gates in one direction, Plains d'Abraham at the end of the hotel street itself, and all the restaurants on Grand Allee. We thoroughly enjoyed our 2-bedroom suite which was a common area containing a refrigerator, long breakfast bar, microwave, toaster over, sink, dishes, a couple comfy chairs. Each bedroom had a lock on the door and a separate key from the other room. There were bathrooms attached to each bedroom which were well decorated with clean lines in grey & white & perfectly running water. The shower in our room was fantastic, and am guessing our friends had the same experience as we didn't hear otherwise. The reception desk staff, Sharon & Lisa/Liza, were wonderful! They encouraged us & were very patient with our French as well as speaking good English when needed. We'll be back!…