Historic past, pulsating present
Hotel Chateau Bellevue has all the historic style and atmosphere of Old Quebec… plus the best in 21st century comfort and convenience.
Hotel Chateau Bellevue… a beautiful way to enjoy your stay in Old Quebec
In 1986, the Girard family acquired Hotel Chateau Bellevue and made it a great name among the hotels of Old Quebec…a “must stay” address for well-advised travellers.
Through a series of major investments, the Girard family (the family also owns the Hotel Chateau Laurier) has succeeded in creating the unique style and atmosphere that tourists and business travellers alike look for when they come to our city’s historic district. Also key to Hotel Chateau Bellevue’s success has been the Girard family’s emphasis on providing the best in 21st century comfort and conveniences.
The houses that make up Hotel Chateau Bellevue as we know it today are steeped in local history which includes the stories of the families who lived here in the past…dating back to 1901.
There’s so much to enjoy about Hotel Chateau Bellevue…
Hotel Chateau Bellevue today has 48 rooms of remarkable variety and beauty. Comfort and convenience are always part of the package, whatever room you choose to enjoy as your own.
The hotel also offers a full range of services to make life easier for you. Like valet parking (a real plus in the middle of Old Quebec) and a convenient elevator in the hotel. And plenty of helpful information about our city and its events, with the compliments of our expert reception staff.
Your stay comes with a full breakfast buffet, including pancakes, maple syrup, cereals, croissants, fruit, jam, toast, coffee, tea or juice. Help yourself, and enjoy!
And when you step outdoors…
All of Quebec City’s most popular historic sites are right in the immediate area around Hotel Chateau Bellevue: the Citadel, Parc des Gouverneurs, Rue Saint-Louis, Place Royale, Quartier Petit Champlain and Dufferin Terrace… to name just a few. Step out the door and Quebec City is at your feet with the mighty Saint Lawrence River rolling by!