Since 1870, the Clarendon Hotel (4*) has embodied the prestige of Old Quebec, standing proudly across from the gardens beside City Hall in a neighbourhood featuring cobblestone streets, decorative gardens and a grove of century-old trees. You are sure to appreciate our incomparable hospitality, which has been enjoyed by vacationers and famous artists and musicians for over a hundred years. The hotel is located next to the Price Building, where the Premier of Quebec lives when the National Assembly is in session. Maybe you will meet a Minister of the Provincial Government at the hotel. After all, the Clarendon, a favoured meeting spot for members of the provincial legislature for decades now, can almost be considered a second "Parliament Building".
Every room in the Clarendon Hotel (4*) has been redone to reflect current trends in comfort and relaxation for premier quality. Be sure to appreciate the classic décor with contemporary highlights, stylish furniture and large windows adorned with elegant curtains and affording a gorgeous view of Old Quebec.
Clarendon Hotel's 143 rooms are an oasis of calm. And yet the stories they could tell. Style, comfort, space, and a beautiful view of Old Québec: you could spend the rest of your days lounging in the room if we let you, particularly since some have an office area, a sitting room area, a whirlpool for two, a selection of newspapers of note and more.
Clarendon Hotel (4*) offers a variety of gourmet dinning. Le Charles Baillargé, the oldest restaurant in the country, invites you to a feast for the senses in the heart of Old Quebec. Using only the freshest ingredients to create dishes with international flavour and appeal, the Clarendon Hotel's restaurant is the talk of the town.