Hotel 71 is located in a 19th-century stone building in Old-Quebec’s historic Old Port District; it seamlessly blends modern convenience with European-style boutique charm.
A neoclassical property that was once the head office of the National Bank of Canada, Hotel 71 offers 60 guest rooms and suites, along with sweeping views of the St. Lawrence River, Cap Diamant and the historic Petit-Champlain district. Located just steps from the Old Port of Quebec and the famous Place Royale, right in front of the Museum of Civilization, close to the St-Lawrence River, our hotel with its incredible cachet has been able to highlight the heritage assets of the building.
Pretty white curtains bring a nice contrast to the brick walls; period hardwood floors and exposed piping are adding to this cachet of yesterday, cleverly highlighted. Ditto for the different colors (white, beige, grey, copper), textures and materials (stones, bricks, wood ...) that are merged into a coherent and soothing decor. On the walls, frames with black and white photos and works by local artists that can also be admired in the rest of the hotel. Large windows open on the streets of Old Quebec. Just a glance outside and you instantly know where you are: in the heart of our charming city with 400 years of history.