by Candyce H. Stapen
Despite looking a bit “tired,” the Quebec City property of this popular Canadian chain offers another option for families, especially those traveling with pets as the hotel accepts dogs and cats under 50 pounds. Also, children 6 and under eat for free from the children’s menu and ages 7 to 12 can order half-portions of many entrees on the regular menu for half-price.
Consider the hotel’s club floor as this includes complimentary water, juice, soda and coffee during the day plus a Continental breakfast (cereal, pastries and fruit) and afternoon snacks. The hotel has an indoor pool and is located not far from the Old City.
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- Kids eat free
- Indoor pool
- Continental breakfast and afternoon snacks
We stayed in Quebec for three nights. We had to get a taxi up to the Delta from the bus depot as it was up a large hill and walking would have been impossible.
It was only a ten walk walk at most down to the small Quebec township, and five minutes up into the township of beautiful Old Quebec. It was is a good area, very safe, not to busy, unfortunately there were a lot of roadworks outside the Hotel so it wasn't easy to cross the road.
The restaurant in the Hotel was good, and they had a veery good Gluten Free menu.
It rained two days and the Hotel provided umbrellas, everyone was very helpful, the only thing that took at bit to get used to, was which way to turn coming out of your room to find the elevators, it was a little bit of a rabbit warren.
Clean and tidy and comfortable
There is nothing particularly remarkable about this old concrete hunk of a hotel. It's in an OK location up a steep hill from St-Jean Street, but there are quite a few of better quality that are closer to Old Quebec. The hotel was renovated a few years ago and so the carpets and furnishings are the same as a bunch of other Delta Hotels across the country, except this one appears to have been early in the reno cycle. The restaurant food is OK but the menu selection (which is the same as room service) is limited. I would stay here again, but it wouldn't be my first choice.