A trendy hotel network that keeps up with the latest trends, PUR is regularly mentioned in chic international travel magazines. The ultra modern esta-blishments are known for their bold décor, eye-catching architecture and meeting areas equipped with the latest technology.

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A Pur Experience

A comfortable mattress, luxurious bedding, hypoallergenic pillows… Hôtel Pur Québec in Saint-Roch takes every step to ensure the comfort of its business clients. In addition to 242 New York-style rooms, the hotel offers ten conference rooms and reception halls totalling over 12,000 sq. ft. of modern, refined space, with free tea and coffee and a restaurant serving reinvented dishes that can be shared.

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Sought After

Nestled in the city’s Vieux-Port, the glossy parquet floors and stone and brick walls that adorn the distinctive inn Le Saint-Pierre, auberge distinctive’s 31 rooms and 10 suites make it one of the city’s most sought-after hotels. In addition to cozy rooms, the inn offers two conference rooms (one is 1,000 sq. ft.), ideal for conferences and strategic meetings.

Hôtel 71

Bank Style

Located in the National Bank’s former headquarters, Hôtel 71 in the Vieux-Port, offers 60 rooms and two beautiful, bright conference rooms, the largest of which is 1,500 sq. ft.

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If you are looking to hold your business meeting in a contemporary, refined setting, Le Bonne Entente has everything you need. The 161-room hotel, rated Four Diamonds by CAA /AAA, features different, contemporary looks in its Urbania and Terzo spaces. A lovely rear courtyard with pool and grill-type restaurant adds a Californian touch to this urban oasis. A tasteful setting with 15 up-to-the-minute multi-purpose rooms and all the services you would expect from a 5-star hotel.

Auberge Saint-Antoine


Known for the comfort of its 95 rooms and suites, Auberge Saint-Antoine has also made a name for itself with its meeting spaces, which include a 94-seat auditorium and 5 conference rooms whose walls and ceilings evoke the building’s history.