The hotel you have been looking for in the heart of Old Quebec
European atmosphere and award-winning service await you at the Hotel Maison du Fort. Built in the Georgian style in 1851 by architect Charles Baillargé, the Maison du Fort has since been transformed into a most comfortable hotel that offers a choice of 9 rooms and operates with the unparallelled personal touch of the owner who has been serving an international clientele for 25 years.
The hotel is situated within the walled city a block away from the historic Chateau Frontenac and the Citadel. It is within walking distance of many of the city's most popular restaurants, cultural sites, museums and Cathedrals. The Maison du Fort is just steps away from the Dufferin Terrace and it's stunning views over the St Lawrence River, the harbour of Quebec, and the Island of Orleans.
In addition, your hotel is central to everything the city and surrounding area has to offer. You will be close to the musical venues of the reknowned Festival d'été, the Jazz Festival and the Winter Carnaval. Hiking and biking trails criss-cross the city and The Plains of Abraham. They extend along the river shore from the Montmorency Falls in the east to the Quebec Bridge in the west via the very popular Promenade de Champlain.