BEST WESTERN PREMIER Hotel L'Aristocrate
3100 Chemin St-Louis, Quebec, QC G1W 1R8
Phone: 418/653-2841 | Fax: 418/653-8525 | 100 Rooms
Check Out Time: 12:00 PM | Check In: 3:00 PM | Online Reservations
At Best Western Quebec, guests are treated to high-quality service and accommodations, complemented with an unbeatable location.
The Best Western Quebec City offers every guest a spacious, well-appointed room with luxury bedding. Best Western Quebec City is known for quiet rooms, the best service in town, and a location that gives guests easy access to the best attractions in the city. At the entrance of Quebec City and close to all major highways, it's easy for guests to get around the region.
BEST WESTERN PREMIER Hotel L'Aristocrate has a great value when comparing quality to rate. It includes free amenities such as parking, HSIA access and local calls, and also features fine dining at the four-diamond La Fenouilliere. Guests can easily visit Old Quebec City and the popular aquarium. Visit us in July for the summer festival, or in February for the winter carnival. There are exciting events happening year-round near our Quebec City hotel.
Many employees of the Provincial government choose to stay with us while traveling on business. Our Quebec City hotel is also proud to host employees of Quebec Metro High Tech Park, Universit Laval, and local business companies collaborating with the government. Enjoy competitive pricing, quality accommodations, and excellent service, whether you're here for business or pleasure.
Our fully-renovated hotel is designed with the comfort of guests in mind. From our on-site award-winning restaurant to quiet rooms, we understand that you have a choice when traveling. Our Quebec City hotel has everything guests need for a relaxing stay. Whether you're traveling for work, visiting family, or vacationing in our city, consider us your home away from home.
Book your next stay with BEST WESTERN PREMIER Hotel L'Aristocrate, where value meets convenience! Enjoy your stay.
Hotel Amenities & Services
- Convenience/sundry store
- 100% smoke-free hotel
- Restaurant on-site
- Cocktail lounge
- Multilingual staff, French, English, Spanish
- Mail services
- 24-hour front desk
- Safe deposit box
- Meeting facilities
- Banquet facilities
- Fax services
- Business center, nominal fee per page
- Outdoor pool, heated and seasonal
- Interior corridor
- Doctor on call
- Free wireless Internet access available in public areas and all guest rooms; All guest rooms are hardwired and offer free wireless Internet access
- Ice/vending machines
- Higher rates may apply for holidays/special events
- Massage services available, bookable 48 hours in advance.
- Dry cleaning
- Exercise facility, 24 Hour
- Stationary bike
- Weightlifting equipment
- Express check out
- Cable or satellite television
- Fax machine
- Computer available
- Photocopy, nominal fee
- Conference facilities
- Parking for the physically challenged
- Local shuttle, free. City shuttle available during summer season, nominal fee round trip
- Free parking
- Complimentary shuttle to Old Quebec (summertime)
BEST WESTERN PREMIER Hotel L'Aristocrate
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Conveniently located, the best western premier hotel l'aristocrate in Quebec, Quebec is shown on the map. Detailed driving directions from popular points or nearby cities are listed below. For those with GPS, here you go:
Longitude: 46.757725 / Latitude: -71.293315
Driving Directions to Hotel
From: Highway 20. Travel across the 73 North Bridge, Exit 133-Chemin Saint-Louis, to the BEST WESTERN PREMIER Hotel L'Aristocrate, at the exit of the bridges of Quebec.
From: Highway 40. Follow Highway 73 South to Pont de Quebec Exit. Then take Chemin Saint Louis to the BEST WESTERN PREMIER Hotel L'Aristocrate, at the exit of the bridges of Quebec.
BEST WESTERN PREMIER Hotel L'Aristocrate
We care about the quality of your stay with us. Below are nearby attractions, shopping and restaurants that are popular with our guests. Listed locations are nearby with approximate distance listed where available.
Most Popular Area Attractions
Home of the Dauphine Redoubt, Artillery Park in Quebec City is part of the Fortifications of Québec National Historic Site of Canada. The Artillery Park Heritage Site is the location of the French and British barracks and defensive buildings, built in the 17th and 18th centuries.
Enjoy touring the kitchen, restored dining room, officers' mess hall, drawing room and industrial buildings. The site was also used as an ammunition factory. Stroll through the interpretive centre to learn about the site's history and the history of Quebec.
While in the Capital City region of Quebec City, make time for family fun at one of the city's most popular museums. Visit the Canadian Railway Museum – or Exporail – to see the exhibits, ride the trains, and partake in a guided tour.
Permanent exhibitions include Reliving Canada's Railway Adventure, the Little Railroader's Car, Miniature Trains, and Railway Stations. Kids love the five-minute Miniature Train Ride, where they travel over three bridges and go through a tunnel.
Step aboard the historic streetcar for a ride around the museum site and enjoy a fifteen-minute ride on a passenger train. The custom tours, day camps, and school programs round out the activities available for children. Before leaving, stop by the gift shop to browse the selection of Quebec souvenirs.
Covering around 8,600 acres, Ferme Guillaume Létourneau grows organic fruits and vegetables on l'île d'Orléans à Québec, in Sainte-Famille, northeast of Quebec City, Quebec. Although the farm’s focus is on the production of maple syrup, taffy, and caramel, visitors are also invited to enjoy a bounty of “U-pick” berries and apples, as seasons allow.
Fall visitors will find farm-fresh jams, jellies, butter dishes, and grout available for purchase, as well as organically grown fruits and vegetables. Ferme Guillaume Létourneau prides itself on being open to visitors every day each fall and winter.
First established in 1783, the Ferme Laval Gagnon is a family farm on l'île d'Orléans à Québec, in the St. Lawrence River, northeast of Quebec City, Quebec. The farm invites visitors to enjoy and utilize bountiful rows of “U-pick” berry bushes, as well as a pumpkin patch and over 3,000 apple trees.
Ferme Laval Gagnon is a popular school field trip destination and guided tours and tractor rides are visitor favorites. Kids also get an opportunity for up-close interaction with the farm’s animals, while visitors of all ages enjoy hot corn on the cob, served with butter and salt, during corn season.
Fortifications of Québec NHS of Canada
Dating back to the 1600s, the Fortifications of Québec City National Historic Site of Canada preserves the city walls built to protect Québec City during the Battle of the Plains of Abraham.
Today, the site is known as the Ramparts of Québec City. The park invites visitors to explore what’s known as “Old Town Quebec,” with an abundance of interpretive activities.
Specific activities include the Firing Demonstration, interpretive events like Mission Fortifications, and the Artillery Park Heritage Site self-guided tour.
The historic Francois-Xavier Garneau House was built in the 19th-century in downtown Quebec City, Quebec. Francois-Xavier Garneau was the founder of the Institut Canadien de Quebec, and was also an historian. He authored the "History of Lower Canada."
Visit this historic mansion to see the rare books, Victorian furnishings, Victorian holiday decorations, objects from the Empress of Ireland wreck and gramophone music. While in Quebec City, you can also visit the Artillery Park National Historic Site.
Originally established in 1663, Laval University is a public university located in Québec City. A highly ranked research institution, Laval is known as the oldest higher learning institution in Canada, and fourth oldest in North America.
Enrolling nearly 40,000 students, the university offers more than 350 programmes across its urban campus. When they aren’t studying or traversing the university’s underground walkways, students can cheer on the Laval University Rouge et Or sports team, competing in 13 varsity sports.
Quebec travelers should include a visit to Quebec City to see one of Mother Nature's best works. Visit Montmorency Falls Park north of downtown Quebec City in southern Quebec to see the breathtaking 275-foot Montmorency Falls.
The beautiful falls are 98 feet higher than Niagara Falls, and span 150 feet wide across the Montmorency River, before dropping into the Saint Lawrence River.
Visit this magnificent park to view the falls from numerous lookout points. Enjoy a ride in the park's aerial tram for a wonderful view of the falls or walk across the suspension bridge for yet a different view.
Time your visit to the park for the annual international fireworks competition to view the fireworks at night in front of the falls.
Expand your literary knowledge during your next visit to Quebec City. Stop by the Morrin Centre, a wonderful cultural centre in the Capital City of Quebec, to learn more about the English-speaking culture.
This impressive centre is housed in a 200-year-old building, a National Historic Site of Canada, that once housed the first prison in the city. Bring your camera to capture images of the jail cells, during a guided tour of the building.
By 1862, Morrin College moved into the building, becoming the first English language higher education institution in Quebec City. The country's first learned society, the Literary & Historical Society of Quebec, moved into the building's north wing in 1868. Take time to tour the library and to view the collection of fiction books, history books, biographies, children's books, and local materials.
Old Town Quebec
An UNESCO World Heritage Site, Old Quebec – or Vieux-Québec – is a historic district within Quebec City. The oldest neighbourhood in Quebec’s capital city, Old Town Quebec encompasses 135 hectares and over 14,000 structures.
Old Town is encircled by the Ramparts of Quebec City – some of the last fortified city walls in North America. A National Historic Site of Canada, the Ramparts feature several historic gates, including Porte St. Jean and Porte St. Louis – originally erected in the late 1600s.
The Historic District of Old Quebec is found along the Saint Lawrence River. Home to the Séminaire de Québec and the Notre-Dame-de-Québec Basilica-Cathedral, Old Quebec is known as North America's most European neighbourhood – and features many visitor-friendly activities like walking tours, horse-drawn carriage rides, and the annual Carnaval de Quebec.
Capital City visitors ready to explore the historical facets of Quebec City, need to include a visit to Old Quebec. This historical area, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, encompasses Upper Town and Lower Town in the La Cite-Limoilou borough.
Stroll through Old Quebec to visit Place Royale, a wonderful small plaza filled with a variety of quaint shops and restaurants. Take your time walking along the cobblestone paths, while admiring the beauty of the surrounding historical buildings.
Be sure to snap a photo of the Louis XIV statue in the center of the plaza. Before leaving Old Quebec, be sure to also tour the Notre-Dame Basilica-Cathedral, completed in 1843, near the plaza.
Officially opened in 1858, the Port of Quebec serves Quebec City, located along the Saint Lawrence River. The port is roughly 210 acres in size, features 30 wharfs, and primarily sees vacation cruises as its primary traffic.
The first cruise port established along the St. Lawrence River, Port of Quebec now sees some of the largest cruise ships, including Celebrity Cruises, Holland American Line, and Royal Caribbean International. Port visitors are also invited to visit recreation sites and landmarks around the port.
Opened in 1993, the Quebec City Convention Centre is one of the meeting venues in Québec City. The convention centre, located just minutes from Jean-Lesage International Airport, hosts large-scale conventions, trade shows, and business meetings.
Event planners have their choice of three venues – the Exhibit, Convention, and Multipurpose Halls. The convention centre is centrally located near other QB attractions, like Port of Québec, Old Town Quebec, and the Fortifications of Québec NHS of Canada.
Located in the heart of Québec City, Quebec Metro High Tech Park is a thriving business community and home to over 5,000 workers.
Businesses at the park specialize in technology and research and development, including names like Ste-Foy Nissan, CRIQ, Infiniti Quebec, and more.
The park is easily accessible, found at the intersection of CA Highways 73 and 40, and only minutes from nearby Jean-Lesage de Quebec.
Held annually in January and February, the Quebec Winter Carnival has become the "Largest Winter Carnival in the World." The Snow Capital of Quebec City first celebrated winter in 1894 to warm the hearts of its citizens.
Now, the carnival is the third in the line of "top carnivals," following Rio and New Orleans carnivals. Plan your Quebec vacation in time to be a part of the winter fun. Favorite activities include canoe races, snow sculptures, sledding, the snow bath, snow rafting, soap box derby, sleigh rides, dogsled racing, and the WestJet Zipline.
Grab a red trumpet, don your red clothes, and have fun celebrating along the parade route.
Québec/Jean Lesage International Airport
Owned by Transport Canada and operated by Aéroport de Québec Inc., YQB is the second busiest airport in the province.
Formerly known as Aéroport de l'Ancienne Lorette, and Aéroport de Sainte-Foy, YQB’s current name honors former Premier of Quebec Jean Lesage. YQB schedules domestic and international flights for airlines like Air Canada Express, Air Inuit, and Delta Connection.
While traveling in the province of Quebec be sure to make your way to Sainte Anne de Beaupre, located northeast of Quebec City. This beautiful city along the Saint Lawrence River is home to the Sainte Anne de Beaupre Basilica.
The site of this magnificent Neo-Romanesque style basilica dates back to 1658 when a small chapel was built to house a Saint Anne statue, and provide a place of worship. The Roman Catholic Church even credits this Catholic sanctuary with performing miracles.
Throughout the years, the basilica became famous for its healing properties and has been expanded to accommodate the millions of pilgrims that visit it. Many pilgrims have left their canes, crutches, and braces at the entrance of the basilica with claims of being healed.
Created in 2006, the Village of Cacouna is a municipality within the Rivière-du-Loup in RCM of Quebec. Notably, the village was named to the “Most Beautiful Villages in Quebec” organization in the year 2000.
Embark on a Heritage Tour of Cacouna, viewing each of the antique villages and historic homes. Moreover, Port Gros-Cacouna offers picturesque views of the St. Lawrence River.
More Area Attractions & Services
- 0.50 kilometer(s) from Quebec Aquarium
- 3.00 kilometer(s) from Laurier Quebec, Shopping center
- 5.00 kilometer(s) from Quebec National Museum
- 12.00 kilometer(s) from Old-Quebec, Historical and touristic
- 2.40 kilometer(s) from Laurier Quebec
Distances to Popular Points of Interest
- 10.00 kilometer(s) from Quebec Old City
- 1.00 kilometer(s) from Hospital C.H.U.L.
- 25.00 kilometer(s) from Valcartier Military Base
- 5.00 kilometer(s) from Laval University
Local Area Recreation Opportunities
- 40.00 kilometer(s) from Mount Saint Anne Ski Station
BEST WESTERN PREMIER Hotel L'Aristocrate
Enjoy your stay with us even more by checking out some of the most popular area points of interest and local area events happening in or near Quebec. Chase the links to explore the local region even more.
Local Events Worth Considering:
2015 Arab World Festival of Montreal
A unique festival, and the only one of its kinda in North America, this community celebration features multidisciplinary arts events at various venues in Montreal, including cinema, performance, art, and more.
2015 Image + Nation LGBT Film Fest
An annual LGBT event held in Montreal showcasing some of the best regional and international indie films and shorts. The films will be shown as various throughout the greater Montreal area with showtimes TBA.
2015 Parade des Jouets
A family-friendly parade held in downtown Québec featuring floats, bands, entertainers, and plenty more holiday fun. This is an all day event.
2015 Santa Claus Parade & Christmas Market
An annual holiday celebration held in the Aylmer sector in Gatineau, featuring plenty of holiday shopping opportunities and chances for holiday family-fun.
2015 Christmas at Home in Riviére-Du-Loup
A festive holiday atmosphere is held for five days at the Campus Park-and-the-City in Riviére-du-Loup. Enjoy holiday shopping, tasty treats, and costumed visitors for the kids. Event start time is TBA.
2015 Salon des arts in Saint-Jerome
An arts festival held at Saint-Jerome old station featuring artisan paintings, jewelry, sculptures, and other products for sale, as well as arts performances and other demonstrations. The event begins at noon, and 10 a.m. on the weekend.
2015 New Year's Eve in Quebec City
A large event held in Grande Allée in Quebec City, featuring restaurant and bar specials, live music and performers,and fireworks. Events take all day leading up to New Year's Eve.
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