The Churchill Suite pays tribute to the visits of Sir Winston Churchill, Prime Minister of Great Britain during the Quebec Conferences of 1943 and 1944. Upon entering, a hologram of Churchill himself welcomes visitors. Numerous souvenir photographs of Churchill as well as distinctively British accents add to the decoration of the various rooms in the suite and testify to the importance of the politician in the history of the 20th century. Its huge double living room sets this extraordinary suite apart from the other Heritage suites. Very bright, this large space is perfect for hosting small receptions or admiring the magnificent views of the river. he two living rooms are adjacent to a large dining room, which communicates with a kitchenette connected to the entrance hall. The suite also includes a powder room as well as a wardrobe located in the hall. The suite has a spacious master bedroom with an impressive four-poster bed. The bedroom communicates with a huge marble bathroom, featuring a magnificent free-standing bathtub and a glass shower. The vanity includes two sinks and a wall-to-wall mirror. A large walk-in closet room completes the space. If required, the suite can be booked with a connecting room to make it a two-bedroom suite.
BED TYPEKing Bed
ROOM SIZE1380 sq.ft. / 128 sq.m
VIEWSt. Lawrence River
Individually Controlled Air Conditioning
Cable television with in-room pay movies and video games
Iron & Ironing Board
Telephone equipped with voice-mail
Wireless High-speed Internet Connection (Fees Apply)
The Plains of Abraham, the first historical park in Canada, is a grandiose urban park, an oasis in the heart of the city where the city’s largest cultural gatherings take place. It was on the Plains of Abraham that French and English troops fought in 1759 during the famous Battle of the Plains, a decisive moment in the history of Quebec City.
Place Royale is where Samuel de Champlain founded the City of Québec in 1608. With buildings that combine French and British influences and the oldest stone church in North America, the square has a charm all its own.
Petit-Champlain is one of the hottest shopping streets in Québec City, known for its boutiques featuring everything from Québec-made boots and moccasins to sculptures, jewellery, and Québec terroir products.
The Dufferin Terrace, a long wooden sidewalk located next to the Château Frontenac, affords a stunning view of the St. Lawrence River and surrounding area. It is a wonderful place to visit at any time of the year!
Set in Old Quebec, Musée de la civilisation is a leading cultural experience for every family and a top tourist attraction for visitors on vacation. At anytime, 10 original and bold exhibitions take a fresh and often unexpected look at the human experience !
Located in the heart of Old Quebec, the Notre Dame de Quebec Cathedral Basilica welcomes many visitors throughout the year. For the 350th anniversary of Notre-Dame de Québec in 2014, Rome authorized the congregation to build a Holy Door in the basilica.
Guided tours of the Citadelle reveal over 300 years of history. Join our guides to explore this fortress—an active garrison of the Royal 22e Régiment—and delve deeply into this National Historic Site with its impressive architecture and spectacular views of the city and St. Lawrence River.