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One Sunday near Mont-Sainte-Anne

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McMaz Dec 28, 2008 11:22 AM

My wife and I are leaving our two young kids to ski for a day at Mont-Sainte-Anne and to have an evening for ourselves! We don't know Quebec City at all and I'd appreciate advice on the best way to spend our 24 hours. (I've reviewed a bunch of chowhound posts on Quebec City's best restaurants, so I've got some background.)

Specifically, I'd love a recommendation for a romantic place to stay after skiing (hot tub, fireplace, etc) and a great place to have dinner. We're going Sunday, February 1, so Winter Festival will be happening. For food, we'd love something quality - but we can't break the bank. We're budgeting $150 total (CDN) for dinner. A great French place? Something near the mountain?

We're coming from Portland, Maine (where we have lots of great restaurants that we rarely get a chance to enjoy). For those familiar with Portland, we're looking for something on the order of 555 or Evangeline, not Hugo's.

Thanks for your help!

  1. TheSnowpea Dec 28, 2008 12:57 PM

    For a place to stay, I can recommend le Clos Saint-Louis, which is located inside the old city. We stayed there for our wedding anniversary a few years ago.
    http://www.clossaintlouis.com/
    We stayed in this room:
    http://www.clossaintlouis.com/en/room...

    No fireplace, but lovely and quiet. It's got a 'therapeutic bath'

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      careme Jan 6, 2009 11:40 AM

      go to le graffiti on rue cartier the best quality price you will ever get the food is amazing
      not a tourist trap

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        Jonquilles Jan 7, 2009 07:29 AM

        Bistango for dinner has a pretty nice atmosphere, you can check their website to see how it fits into your budget: http://www.lebistango.com/
        Auberge Saint-Antoine is a pretty renown and absolutely beautiful hotel: http://www.saint-antoine.com/. If you would like something less expensive, I suggest the Alt Hotel (formerly the Germain) - it is a boutique hotel, the Bistango restaurant is attached to it.

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