Samuel de Champlain

1574 - 1635

Samuel de Champlain is the founder of Quebec City. Experienced explorer, he was one of the first to accurately map large areas of North America. A man of compromise, he made allies of the natives of the St. Lawrence Valley. At a time when Native Americans were often perceived as subhuman, Samuel de Champlain treated them with respect and friendship.

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Fortification

In this room you will find a remarkable period fireplace and French and English styles, especially visible by both stone and brick walls.

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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

 

Samuel de Champlain

Samuel de Champlain is the founder of Quebec City. Experienced explorer, he was one of the first to accurately map large areas of North America. A man of compromise, he made allies of the natives of the St. Lawrence Valley. At a time when Native Americans were often perceived as subhuman, Samuel de Champlain treated them with respect and friendship.

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