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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,...More
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...More
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...More
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...More
We stayed at this hotel only one night and had booked two rooms for us and our friends. Both rooms were very clean and the service warm and friendly. It is a small hotel but rooms are large enough. This hotel is at 5 minute...More
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The small parking area is adjacent to the hotel -- off of the side street, not the main street. It is barely wide enough for three cars and they pack the cars in 2-3 rows. So, upon arrival -- for us, mid-afternoon -- there... More
The small parking area is adjacent to the hotel -- off of the side street, not the main street. It is barely wide enough for three cars and they pack the cars in 2-3 rows. So, upon arrival -- for us, mid-afternoon -- there is ample space to park and unload. By the next morning, the area looked like a small parking lot. We had to leave the car keys with the front desk so they could move the car as needed. We did not use the car while we were in town so there was no issue here; and the car was easily accessible on the day of our departure. But, what a pain for management!
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"Away from the street as street noise can be annoying."