Quebec City’s Auberge Saint-Antoine is enthusiastically celebrating Christmas, joining the rest of the municipality in doing so.
“Unwrap the gift of a joyous holiday and spend Christmas at Auberge Saint-Antoine, in Quebec City. Each year, the charming city lights up with festive cheer and embraces its transformation as snow blankets the cobblestone streets for a storied winter wonderland,” it says, adding that it’s located in the heart of the city, and “welcomes guests to experience a fairytale holiday with a special two-night Christmas Package including a celebratory five-course Christmas dinner at Chez Muffy, a visit from Santa Claus for the little ones in the privacy of your room, hot cocoa, mulled wine, holidays movies and daily breakfast.
“Christmas Day dawns at the auberge with a traditional Christmas brunch offered Dec. 25, and a delicious New Year’s Brunch on Jan. 1. Individual Christmas trees will be available in guest rooms and suites to decorate at cost upon request and private family movie screenings are available for guests in the theater for $20. Bring home fond memories by booking a Christmas photo session with a professional photographer, available indoor or outdoor for $150.”
The Holiday Package is valid for stays between Dec. 23 through Jan. 2. Rates begin at $349 per night for two people.
Auberge Saint-Antoine says Quebec’s capital is ideally suited to host those looking forward to Christmas.
“Quebec City is the perfect place to enjoy a wide range of beloved family festivities and winter activities,” it continues. “Journey back in time with a private guided story telling tour through Old Quebec with hot cocoa and cookies or explore the city with a fat bike tour along the Saint-Charles river. Guests can discover Quebec City’s German Christmas Gardens with magical illuminations, sparkling Christmas trees, enchanting melodies, and sweet treats, including the famous gingerbread. Stroll through the beautifully decorated streets of Old Quebec City before retiring by the fire in your comfortable hotel suite for a festive afternoon tea. Quebec City offers winter activities such as ice skating at Place D’Youville, snow shoeing, dog sledding, scenic snowmobiling excursion, ice canoeing, and a variety of nearby downhill and cross-country skiing and snowboarding. To reserve your Christmas activity(s), email [email protected]
“Enjoy private outdoor dining under the stars, afternoon hot chocolate, mulled wine, and tea, or a lavish breakfast in Auberge Saint-Antoine’s new heated mini greenhouses constructed on the hotel’s outdoor terraces,” the property continues.. “Enjoy a romantic candle lit dinner for two in a cozy private “pod” or bring your quarantine crew for an intimate family or friends gathering in a larger greenhouse seating 4-5 guests. The clear polycarbonate panels are strung with lights for an unforgettable experience under a starry night with views of the St. Lawrence river, Chateaux Frontenac, Vieux Quebec and inner courtyard, all the while comfortable and sheltered. The Dining Under the Stars experience is available for overnight stays or weekday private dining.” For more information visit, https://www.saint-antoine.com/promotions-and-packages/under-the-stars.