The Best Hotels in the World, #38 Auberge Saint-Antoine


The Best Hotels in the World


October 17, 2017

More than 300,000 of our trusted Travelers voted in this year’s Readers’ Choice Awards, sharing tales—and tips—from their vacations in Santorini, or weekends spent at Italian palazzos in Ho Chi Minh City. Get ready: These are the 50 best hotels in the world, say our readers, where service, style, good eats, and sublime views make for a memorable stay.

Courtesy Auberge Saint-Antoine/Photo by Francis Fontaine


To get up close to Québec’s wealth of history—and some killer views—visitors make for Auberge Saint-Antoine, right in the Old Port neighborhood. Comprised of three historic buildings, the hotel is decorated in antiques and photographs that reference their past, drawn from a stash of hundreds of French and English artifacts found during an archaeological dig on the property. Book a Luxe Terrace room with a view of Québec City or the St. Laurence River and enjoy turn-down service, heated bathroom floors, and your very own historical artifact, accompanied by a brief explanation of its significance.

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