57 RUE SAINTE ANNE Quebec City, QC G1R3X4
Quebec: Old Quebec
Some important information about your hotel.
- This property is 100% non smoking.
143 rooms, 7 floors
Since 1870, the Hotel Clarendon has been in step with the rhythms of the old city. Built facing the city hall gardens, it is been the preferred lodgings for generations of travelers, business people and artists. The four corners of the city are just a short stroll from the ideally located hotel. Petit Champlain, Rue St-Paul and Rue St-Jean. The Hotel Clarendon is located 10 miles for the Quebec City airport (YQB). Its restaurant and bar, Le Charles Baillairge, is well known to residents of the city as a choice jazz venue, its audacious and contemporary menu, and its cozy atmosphere with the charms of yesteryear. The hotel also offers a fitness centre and complimentary WIFI. Guestroom amenities include hair dryers, coffee makers, iron and ironing boards, Pay per View Movies and daily newspaper delivery. Take advantage of the historic hotel, perfectly located in the heart of the old district of Quebec City, you will certainly be regale by its combination of traditional elegance and modern amenities.
(Additional fees may apply to some amenities)
- Restaurant On Site
- High-Speed Internet
- Room Service
- Fitness Facility
- Business Center
- Convention Center
- Meeting Rooms
- Interior Corridors
Charles Baillarge Restaurant
Superb woodwork, large-scale photos of Old Quebec in the 1920's, mirrors, unobtrusive speakers playing jazz, the place has panache.
With its large windows overlooking the centre of Old Québec, the Clarendon jazz bar has been a cultural jewel for thirty years. It is prized for its Art deco architecture and cozy ambiance, but particularly for being a legendary showcase for Québec’s jazz musicians. Vic Vogel, Steve Amirault, François Marcaurelle, Diana Krall, John Zorn, Michel Donato and many others have graced our stage with remarkable performances. Let yourself be transported by a special, warm ambiance that will have you swinging from the first note.