29 Rue St-Ursule Quebec City G1R • From $160 Per Day
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  • One Bedroom Units Available
  • One Bathroom
  • Off Street Parking
  • Laundry In Building

Property Details

About this property

Built in 1862 this building in the heart of Old Quebec is walking distance from the Parliament and the renowned Chateau Frontenac Additionally guests can enjoy shopping, restaurants, cafes, and a variety of attractions nearby. The apartments are bright and spacious and fully furnished with a modern design that meets historical charm, defined by high ceilings and exposed brick walls. The apartments feature a fully equipped kitchen, Queen beds, digital cable, high speed internet, dedicated workspace, well appointed bathrooms, and on-site laundry facilities in the building. Every other week maid service is also included.


Fully Furnished
Equipped Kitchen
On-Site Laundry Facilities
flat screen TV
Digital Cable
Maid Service
Modern Bathrooms
All Utilities Included
Desk & Chair

Property Location

About Quebec City, Canada

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Québec City lies on the Saint Lawrence River in the mostly French-speaking Québec province. Established in 1608, it still keeps its fortified colonial center, Vieux-Québec and Place Royale, with its narrow lanes, stone landmarks and European feel. Québec City is one of North America’s oldest and most grandiose settlements. Its Old Town has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, a outdoor museum of cobblestone streets, 17th- and 18th-century homes and church spires, with the magnificents Château Frontenac towering over all. There’s more than a hint of Old Europe in its bistros, cafes and well;-landscaped squares.

Throughout summer, musicians, acrobats and thespians take to the streets, while fantastic festivals entertain with fireworks and music. In January and February, the city's Winter Carnival is arguably the largest and most colorful winter festival in the world.

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