The “I’m Dreaming of a White Christmas” package has arrived just in time to rekindle the magic of the holidays. Auberge Saint-Antoine is offering guests the opportunity to celebrate Christmas in traditional holiday fashion.
Enjoy a glass of mulled wine and a horse-drawn carriage tour of snow covered Old Quebec while snuggled under warm blankets. Kids will love a pastry workshop and a visit from Santa-Claus. To top it off, enjoy a traditional Christmas dinner at Panache restaurant and a Christmas movie screening in the Auberge Saint-Antoine Auditorium.
With activities like these, your Christmas will be unforgettable!
Built over one of Quebec City’s most significant architectural sites, Îlot Hunt, Auberge Saint-Antoine is located at the heart of the Old Port area, facing the majestic St. Lawrence River. This hotel offers 95 rooms and suites and is just steps away from the fortifications, museums, and the lively Petit-Champlain Street.
This opportunity starts at $992 and is based on double occupancy and two nights’ accommodations. You can choose to stay December 23-24, or 24-25, 2012. It’s possible to add an extra day, depending on the activities.
- A horse-drawn carriage tour of snow-covered Old Québec
- A delicious hot chocolate or mulled wine served with traditional Christmas cookies
- A pastry workshop for children, duration 60 minutes
- A visit from Santa-Claus with gifts for children
- A traditional Christmas Dinner à la Panache
- A plated Christmas Brunch at the hotel restaurant, Panache
- A Christmas movie screening in the Auberge Saint-Antoine Auditorium
- An à la carte breakfast on the second morning at the hotel restaurant, Panache
- Heated indoor parking with valet service
- Click here to see the menu.
Vacay.ca Recommends Quebec City for Jacques-Cartier Park
Besides the comfort of Auberge Saint-Antoine, another great place to enjoy a snowy winter is in the natural beauty of Jacques-Cartier Park.
A Vacay.ca article written by Margo Pfeiff captured the experience in an article headlined “Winter fun at Quebec’s Jacques-Cartier Park.”
Pfeiff: “Located less than a 30 minute drive from downtown Québec City, Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier is a dramatic landscape of mountains and steep-sided glacial valleys.
In winter this area is a magnet for snowshoe and cross-country ski enthusiasts, and this year the park is more accessible than ever. Snow is now being cleared off the road into a new Discovery and Visitors Centre, a winter base open daily with a visitor information service, convenience store and food outlet.”