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Edward Staveley

1795 - 1872

Guilty of fraud, Edward Staveley leaves Britany in 1833 and establish himself in Québec city in 1844. Son of an architect, he went on to design and build many prestigious buildings with a neoclassic style in the Old Québec. In 1853, he built the English side of the Auberge Place d’Armes.

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Building

In this room, the red brick and the stone walls presents you both French and English styles. The armchair and other furniture are antique.

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Savour the historic atmosphere of bygone times in our unique and inviting Deluxe category rooms which feature stone or brick walls dating from the 17th century.

  • Queen size bed
  • Jetted bathtub or a European spa shower (please note that in some rooms the lavatory is separate from the bathroom)
  • View on Old Quebec

Included in every room

  • Nespresso Coffee Machine
  • High-speed wireless internet access
  • À la carte breakfast at Brasserie Française Chez Jules (complimentary only if room reservation was made directly through the property, otherwise $)
  • Ultra-silent individually-controlled air conditioner
  • Flat screen television set
  • Mini-refrigerator
  • In-room hairdryer
  • 100% cotton towels
  • Clock-radio with ipod dock
  • Umbrella, upon request
  • Vintage handcrafted furniture, work desk and reading chair
  • Soundproofed windows

 

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