The Hotel 71, located in the Old Port of Quebec, ranks in third position in the annual ranking of the readers of the renowned Condé Nast Traveler magazine.
The Reader’s Choice Awards has had a blow of heart for this hotel of 60 rooms and suites located on the rue Saint-Pierre, in a building that housed the first headquarters of the National Bank of Canada, and the façade is a magnificent example of the neoclassical architecture of the 19th century.
The facade of the Hotel 71, neoclassical style
Provided by Hotel 71
The Hotel 71 has been preferred to other prestigious hotels of the capital, which are also found in the top, is the Auberge Saint-Antoine (9th position), The Hôtel le Germain Québec (17th), also on rue Saint-Pierre, and the hotel Fairmont Le Château Frontenac (21st).
The first and the second position of the list have been awarded respectively to the Fogo Island Inn in Fogo Island, Newfoundland, and at the Loden Hotel in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Moreover, in the category of Best small towns Best Small Cities), Quebec city is ranked 18th in the Reader’s Choice Awards 2018, which surveyed approximately 429 000 readers of Condé Nast Traveler.
To view the to-do list : www.cntraveler.com/the-bests/readers-choice-awards