The staff were very friendly and helpful. They cordially tolerated my attempts to speak French,... See full review
Feb 9, 2010
We were very satisfied with this hotel, especially after the one we stayed at in Montreal for about... See full review
Jun 10, 2007
Conveniently located on the Plains of Abraham and only five-minute walk from Old Quebec, Hotel Chateau Laurier offers you the tranquility of an inner courtyard and of one of the most prestigious city parks in Canada all in close proximity to the irresistible charms of Quebec City for your enjoyment and exploring pleasure.
Hotel now boasts a four seasons garden, electronic wine bars and a sauna. We also offer room service and massage and feature 17 meeting rooms.
Wireless High speed internet access is available (surcharge).
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Small room, ultra functional, ultra bright, ultra comfortable and absolutely urban.
STANDARD - ROOM
Experience all the comfort of Hotel Chateau Laurier's spacious rooms. You'll love the elegant solid wood furniture designed and crafted by a Quebec artisan.
Large desk Cable TV and pay-per-view Queen Anne armchair
SUPERIOR - ROOM
Entering one of the superior rooms in Hotel Chateau Laurier's new wing is like stepping into a world of elegance. Zen styling, free of artifice, highlights the nobility of natural materials like wood and granite. These rooms were designed for your comfort, in a harmonious and relaxing atmosphere. Large work table Leather armchair Plasma screen TV Alarm with CD player and MP3 connection Refrigerator
our on-site retaurant
If you're organizing a wedding, product launch, dance, business meeting, or convention, Hotel Chateau Laurier has what it takes. 17 meeting rooms for groups ranging from 10 to 210, 1 ballroom for up to 400 and 1 magnificent courtyard with room for over 400.
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Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use. All information has been provided by this hotel and not by Orbitz
In this hotel the service was wonderful, but our European Room left a lot to be desired. There was no Wifi, the TV was small and had a poor picture. The room was small with minimal extra space for luggage and other supplies. We kept shifting
things from one area to another and had trouble remaining organized. One side of the bed had no bedside table, as there wasn't room. The bathroom was very small with no counter space, which then required bringing toiletries into and out of the bathroom
The location was great, close to everything, making walking the best method to get around.
My wife and I come here every summer since 2008. Our room was on the corner of the Main Strip(where the action happens). The room was half the size of a normal hotel room but that is how it is in Europe and this part of Canada is like Europe,
that's why we come here. Older bathroom but everything works. Carpet did need vacuuming but I read that about this hotel before I chose to stay here. There are modern hotels further from the action. This hotel, you can just walk downstairs and you are downtown. From our window, we can see the old fort, the government building and the old town, 1 block away. It gets a 3-star cause it was small and needed just a little more cleaning.
Reserved a room for two with a queen bed. Got a room with two doubles, and were told that the hotel was full, but the good news was that we "would not be charged extra for the bigger room." I couldn't tell if there was some sarcasm I was
The room was fine. Not impressive, not dirty or bad. View was equally unimpressive - of a snow-filled courtyard.
Check-out time is noon. We thought that turndown would probably be sometime between then and 4:00pm, the latest check-in time. We left in the morning and returned to an un-tidied room at around 3. The people were next door though, so we left to grab a coffee. 45 minutes later, we returned, and our room was still untouched. We gave up, and half an hour later, awoke from a nap to decline housekeeping services.
Ordered breakfast the second morning. We selected a 15-minute window (in a check-off form) when it should be delivered; it was late. The meal itself: I would rather have had one of those breakfast platters from McDonalds or Denny's, and I don't eat at those places particularly often. Not a matter of snobbery, I'm pretty easy to please. The toast was soggy, the home fries were clearly frozen, and maybe microwaved. All this cost more than twice what I'd have expected to pay for it.
The staff was friendly, and spoke English well. But this place was definitely not worth the money spent.
Parking, in the hotel's parking garage, was expensive, and charged by the day on top of the already-expensive room.
The Hotel is cosy and nice. The staff was very frendly. If you need a great breakfast I would recommend the restaurant "Cosmos" about 300 m west of Hotel on a Grande Allee. Avoid to go for a breakfast to the tourist zone in a Upper Town - very
busy and expensive. As a drawback I would mention very small rooms.But if you are not staying a lot of time in a Hotel - it's not a big deal. Another issue was when I checked out from a Hotel. The consierge insisted that [...] and so they would like to charge me for the room one more time (despite I paid for everything couple days before my trip). Only hotel's manager help to resolve the problem.In general everything was great, especially hotel location, the weather and frendly people around.