History runs deep in Quebec City. The French-speaking town on the St. Lawrence River has North America’s only fortified old town outside Mexico, and you can walk its walls. Dominating the old town is the French-style Château Frontenac, with its turrets, towers, and steep green copper roof.
The hotel’s sumptuous public salons are an excellent place to enjoy an old-fashioned tea. Quebec City has a Parisian feel, and every tiny street is worth a visit. Conveniently, most of the sights are packed into one corner, above and below the Cap Diamant cliffs.