Hôtel Château Laurier Québec
1220 Place George V O,
Ville de Québec,
QC G1R 5B8
The meeting will be held at the Hôtel Château Laurier in Québec City, located just outside the city walls. The old city is a stone throw away, with its narrow streets, old houses (by North American standards) and uncanny European feel. Not to mention the fine restaurants, museums, and nightlife, all within walking distance.
1220, Place George-V Ouest
Québec (Qc) G1R 5B8
Founded in 1608, the Old Capital (as it is called locally) is the craddle of French civilization in North America. The name traces its origins to an Abenaki word meaning “where the river narrows”. Québec is the only city in the Americas north of Mexico that still features fortified ramparts. A majority of the buildings located within the old city walls date from the 17th and 18th centuries, giving Québec its particular flavor. The city is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
World Culture Destination of the year
Best Destination in Canada
Among the Top 10 Food Cities in the World