Quebec City offers a wide range of accommodations. For most folks, the city's main attractions are located in Vieux Quebec, making it the obvious area to stay in. Others may appreciate lodgings in suburban settings that are still convenient to the city center. The grand Chateau Frontenac, an icon of Quebec's Gallic spirit for more than 100 years, is an attraction in itself. There are also many small hotels, inns and bed-and-breakfasts—it's virtually impossible to not find something that suits your taste and budget.
Reservations are highly recommended at any time of year, except perhaps the "shoulder" seasons, which in Quebec City are November and April. At any other time of year, it is relatively busy. In late April and May, the city is very popular with school groups, and bus tour groups are common in summer and fall. With the vast majority of Quebecois accommodations located in historic buildings, the total number of rooms is not as many as you might think. Book early and confirm before leaving home.
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