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October 18, 2017
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An inn that's quaint and quiet

If an inn is more your thing then reserve a room at the Auberge Saint-Antoine. Located in the heart of the city's historical old port between the Musée de la Civilisation and the Place Royale, the Auberge, which includes three restored buildings dating as far back as the 17th century, sits on what use to be a wharf, cannon battery and glass and tableware warehouse. Originally a 23-room inn when it opened in 1992, it now boasts 82 rooms and 12 suites, many which have fireplaces, terraces and heated bathroom floors to help take the chill out of cold mornings. Many also contain artefacts -- like the Chinese porcelain teacup from the 1700s on display in a second-floor guestroom -- that were found during archeological digs done on the property. The inn's décor includes organic colours and nature-based prints inspired by the landscape along with slate and wood floors, sculpted plaster walls, copper roofs, vaulted ceilings and grand entrances. Rates start at $169 a night, single or double occupancy. (888) 692-2211; www.saint-antoine.com.

 

 

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