Auberge de la Paix
Lonely Planet review
On a quiet street, this funky old-school hostel has relaxed, welcoming staff and 60 brightly colored rooms with comfy wooden furniture. With the cheerfully painted halls and guests lounging in the tree-filled garden out back, it feels less institutional than the official HI hostel nearby. Most accommodation is in four- to eight-bed dorms; there are also four coveted private rooms (with shared bath) that must be booked well in advance. A continental breakfast is served each morning and bedding is provided for $5 per stay.
Our independent authors have visited Auberge de la Paix and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Québec City.
Services & facilities
- Internet access
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