Cobblestone streets blanketed in snow and charming boutiques and bistros trimmed with lights -- there's nothing quite like Old Quebec city in the winter.
Now, travellers can stay in the heart of this winter wonderland known for its unique French heritage at Hotel Clarendon for $70 per night (with a two-night minimum stay), where similar hotels go for double this rate.
This special 140th anniversary rate is valid for stays in standard rooms with one double bed from Dec. 22-26 and from Jan. 1-28. Upgrade to a Superior room with one king bed and a large work table for $50 more per night.
Book by Jan. 2.
About the Hotel: Built in 1870, the oldest historic hotel in the heart of Old Quebec boasts an art deco facade and classic decor, such as wrought iron and glass doors, and dark woodwork. It's located steps from some of Quebec's best shopping, art galleries, restaurants and the famous Château Frontenac.