Whether from a hotel poised atop Cap Diamant with sweeping views of the river and the Plains of Abraham, a terrace in Vieux-Québec whose historic buildings helped place the city on Unesco’s list of World Heritage Sites, or in the backyard of one of the many resorts tucked away in the area’s mountains or forests, Québec City offers a truly spectacular backdrop to your meetings.

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Bask in the Light

226682 Bright Bulb Idea Lamp Light Lightbulb Off On ShineOne out of every four North Americans, mainly women, suffers from seasonal depression between November and February. To keep up group morale and ensure the success of your event, Québec City and its resorts offer an extensive list of locations that are bathed in light. Small and large conference rooms, lounges, entrance halls, sunrooms, lookout towers… All you have to do is choose the place, space and time!

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Lofty View

A symbol of elegance and prestige for more than 116 years, Fairmont Le Château Frontenac reigns supreme atop one of the city’s loveliest sites, the Cap Diamant headland.

Its history, European charm, location on Dufferin Terrace and view of the river gives this 618 room château a magical feel that makes conference-goers fall in love at first sight.

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View of Porte Saint-Jean

At the entrance to the fortifications surrounding Vieux-Québec, directly on Place D’Youville, stands the Marriott Québec Centre-Ville. The hotel offers a clear view of city activities from the comfort of its 111 boutique hotel-style rooms.

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Sublime View

Thanks to Hilton Québec’s enviable location and abundance of windows, the hotel’s meeting areas have the best views of Québec City’s main attractions (Vieux-Québec, the Parliament Building and the Plains of Abraham).

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Urban View

In the heart of the downtown area, next to the convention centre, Hôtel Delta Québec offers many views of Vieux-Québec and the city’s backyard, overlooking the Laurentian mountain chain in the distance. The panoramic window in its Bistro restaurant capitalizes on the sights.