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During the construction of Auberge Saint-Antoine, a large-scale archaeological dig was held that led to the discovery of several artifacts, some of which date back to the 1600s. The objects discovered shed new light on a part of Québec City’s history. These precious items were documented and restored and are now on display throughout the hotel. You can find these artifacts featured in the common areas and guest rooms as a tribute to more than three centuries of Québec history.

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Où dormir à Québec? Sans aucun doute à l'Auberge Saint-Antoine, un hôtel-boutique élégant où le passé cohabite avec le présent. Hotel Boutique, Museum Hotel, Cocktail Menu, Common Area, Saint, French, Bar, Creative, French Language

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Où dormir à Québec? Sans aucun doute à l'Auberge Saint-Antoine, un hôtel-boutique élégant où le passé cohabite avec le présent.

Auberge Saint-Antoine Québec (Quebec) Along the St. Lawrence River, steps from the shopping on Le Petit Champlain, this hotel in Quebec City's Old-Port area offers luxurious guestrooms and 2 on-site restaurants. Old Quebec, Quebec City, Camas Queen Size, Chateau Hotel, Chateau Frontenac, Camas King, Le Petit Champlain, Beste Hotels, Old Port

Auberge Saint-Antoine

Auberge Saint-Antoine, a Relais & Chateaux property in Québec’s Old Port on the St. Lawrence waterfront, is a history buff's dream hotel. The site consists of an old wharf and a cannon battery that date back to the late 17th century alongside three other buildings from the 18th a...