Relais & Châteaux Property Spotlight: Auberge Saint-Antoine
Fully immersed in the cultural experience that is old town Quebec, Auberge Saint-Antoine offers an exclusive location with heritage and charm. You can explore one of Canada’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites right from your doorstep and come home to decadent dining, impeccable service and contemporary comfort.
Québec City used to be one of North America’s biggest and busiest ports, and Auberge Saint-Antoine encompasses three buildings of historical significance dating back to the 1600s. The Price family, who own the hotel, are committed to providing both a modern experience for visitors and paying homage to the area’s history. Artifacts found in an archeological dig during the hotel’s construction now decorate the rooms, charming visitors with an authentic cultural relics.
The “signature French-Canadian, farmhouse-inspired restaurant,” Chez Muffy, offers “from farm to fork” fine dining overlooking the St. Lawrence River.
This November the iconic historical city of Quebec welcomed our Relais & Chateaux family member properties from around the world to our annual congress appropriately named Rendez-Vous and it was universally recognized by all participants as one of the most friendly (naturally), fun and rewarding annual meetings in recent memory which started with a bang on our opening night dinner featuring all our Relais & Chateaux chefs from across Canada serving up their very best from across this bountiful country from coast to coast to coast.