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Holidays in Quebec

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Quebec Vacation: Coronavirus Information

Most Quebec hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.

For more information about the impact of COVID-19 on your Quebec trip, please visit our Coronavirus Information page.

Where to stay in Quebec

Top hotels in Quebec

Hôtel Ruby Foo's
Hôtel Ruby Foo's
3.5 out of 5
7655 Decarie boulevard, Montreal, QC
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is AU$88 per night from 4 Feb. to 5 Feb.
4.2/5Very Good! (1,000 reviews)

"It was an excellent stay, everything was perfect. Thanks Hotel Ruby Foos’s."…"

Reviewed on 1 Jan. 2021

Hôtel Ruby Foo's
Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac
Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac
4.5 out of 5
1 rue des Carrieres, Quebec, QC
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is AU$304 per night from 28 Jan. to 29 Jan.
4.6/5Exceptional! (2,492 reviews)

"Beautiful view of the St Laurence. The room was beautifully decorated. We enjoyed the luxury."…"

Reviewed on 1 Nov. 2020

Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac
Hotel Faubourg Montreal Downtown Hotel
Hotel Faubourg Montreal Downtown Hotel
3 out of 5
155 Rene Levesque Boulevard East, Montreal, QC
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is AU$102 per night from 27 Jan. to 28 Jan.
4.1/5Very Good! (1,645 reviews)

"Great location, comfortable bed, clean and quiet despite being on Rene-Levesque"…"

Reviewed on 25 Jan. 2021

Hotel Faubourg Montreal Downtown Hotel
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Top activities in Quebec

Quebec Holiday

This French-speaking inland province is the birthplace of poutine, Cirque du Soleil and Arcade Fire. Here art thrives in some of the New World’s oldest cities. Since the 1500s when Jacques Cartier landed, Québec has been Canada’s French enclave. Today, the province maintains French as its official language. It features a classically French focus on cuisine, art and grand architecture. Visit Québec’s two main cities for a sense of Paris within the Canadian woods.

Tour Québec City, the province’s capital, for the purest experience of old Québec. Today the city feels more like a European capital than a frontier port town. Browse the cobblestone alleys of the Old Town. The Château Frontenac is one of the city’s main monuments, a castle-like grand hotel towering over the port, while the 1886 Hôtel du Parlement is equally as grand. At the heart of Québec City is La Citadelle, a geometric fort that has guarded the city for centuries. In the nearby city of Baie-Saint-Paul, the theatrical group Cirque du Soleil got its start in the 1980s.

If Québec City is the historic political capital of Québec, Montréal is the contemporary cultural capital. This bohemian city of university students and artists features some of the province’s liveliest neighbourhoods, museums, cuisine and parties. Eat French-Canadian specialties such as maple syrup-glazed salmon or poutine, made of potato, cheese and gravy. Gather around young artists in colourful neighbourhoods like the Plateau-Mont-Royal or the Quartier Latin. Listen to the rock band Arcade Fire in their hometown. In summer, head to the Quartier des Spectacles or the St. Lawrence River islands to participate in one of hundreds of annual festivals, including the Montréal Jazz Festival.

Québec’s vast northern region extends to the Hudson Strait. Visit the far-north region of Nunavik, where a large Inuit population lives on the tundra. The regional highlight is Pingualuit National Park, centred on a 2.1-mile (3.4-kilometre) meteorite crater filled with the water of a brilliant blue lake.

Arrive in Québec via international airports in Québec City or Montréal. During winter, the province’s heavy snow can make travel difficult, so arrive from June to mid-September for the best weather.

Frequently asked questions

How much does a Quebec holiday package cost?
From as low as . Yes, you read that correctly. Our Quebec holiday packages are an awesome way to stretch your budget further. Bundle your flights, hotels and rental car and get out and explore this lively destination.
If I'm not able to travel, can I cancel my Quebec holiday package?
Yes, you can cancel your Quebec booking if your travel plans have changed. Whether you’ll incur a penalty or not depends on your airline, hotel or car rental company. You may be able to change or cancel for free if you booked in the last 24 hours. Head to our Customer Service Portal for more information.
How do I get a cheap travel package to Quebec?
Bundle your flights and hotels with Expedia and save an impressive $200. With over 400 partner airlines and 1 000 000 properties across the globe, your Quebec holiday package can be handcrafted exactly to suit your budget. With all that extra cash, why not include one or two awesome activities and tours? That’s the easiest way to unlock even more savings. Your dream getaway to Quebec is closer than you thought!
Where should I stay in Quebec?
There are lots of excellent places to stay in Quebec, including Montreal. This city is home to many notable attractions such as Notre Dame Basilica and Saint Josephs Oratory. You could also head to Ottawa, where you’ll find Parliament Hill and National Gallery of Canada. If you’re here for a while, journey to both fun-filled cities!
What are the top hotels in Quebec?
Have a look at Hotel Bonaventure Montreal and Hotel Le Cantlie Suites. They’re the first choice for lots of travellers to Montreal. If Mont-Tremblant features in your travel plans, Fairmont Tremblant and Tour des Voyageurs are a couple of cosy options.
When is the best time of year to visit Quebec?
July, August, June is the peak season in Quebec, while October, December, November is typically much quieter. If you’re eager to land a cheap deal on your Quebec escape, consider the month of January. It’s also worth bearing in mind that June is usually the most expensive time of year to visit.
How far in advance should I book my Quebec holiday?
While not all airlines release ticket prices early, you can usually look up international fares on Expedia up to a year in advance. This is the time when you’ll nab some fantastic deals. If you’re booking at the last minute, you may still be in luck. Sometimes the lowest prices appear just weeks prior to departure.
What does an Expedia Quebec travel package include?
Car rentals, flights and hotels — we bring you the best deals. All you’ll have to do is figure out your favourite combination. Once you’ve made your booking, you can add on the fun stuff like activities and tours. Our travel packages make it easy to create an awesome Quebec escape.
What should I know before booking a Quebec travel package?
Bundling your bookings into a Quebec holiday package is the most convenient way to organise your trip. Not only that, you’ll save when you combine your flights, hotels and car rentals. Once you’ve booked, why not add on a day tour or an activity?
Does Expedia offer Book Now, Pay Later Quebec holiday packages?
Thanks to our partnership with online lender Affirm, holiday makers booking via Expedia can now pay off their journey in smaller installments that won’t drain your savings. Book Now, Pay Later and start planning your dream getaway today!
Can I choose my airline with a Quebec Expedia holiday package?
You can, and with more than 550 airlines to pick from throughout the world, you’re not short on choice. Take a look at the available options and see which airline best suits your budget and needs.