A few weeks ago, we were lucky enough to visit the Fairmont Château Frontenac in Quebec City. We were going to Quebec City for a cavalier meet-up, and decided to make it a weekend trip :)
The Fairmont Château Frontenac is a world-renowned establishment and is the most photographed hotel in the world! And, it's dog friendly :)
This hotel was first built in 1893 by architect Bruce Price as of the series of château-style hotels built by the Canadian Pacific Railway company. Since then, it underwent a few rounds of construction and renovations to look the way it does today.
- 50$ per pet per stay
- Dogs must be on leash at all times
- Dogs are allowed everywhere except the restaurants and pool area
- Dogs can't be alone in the room if you're not there
When you get to the hotel with your dog, you're greeted by very friendly staff that make you feel welcome and at-home. They also provide some accessories for your dog during your stay here. Treats and bottled water are awesome! However, if you decide to keep the bowl or the blanket, you will be charged 20$ for each.
They also offer dog sitting and dog walking services.
There are plenty of areas outside the hotel for potty time. They also have poo bags available for you.
The room is decent sized and has a more modern cool-toned decor. We always get a king-size bed when traveling so the girls can sleep with us :)
The bathroom is beautiful, bright, crisp and spacious. We love the bathrobes. Also, what's amazing are the personalized toiletries ! Can you spot my name on the little bottles? :)
The hotel is definitely beautiful and a must-see! There are tons of tours of Quebec City that take you through the hotel, as it was designated a Natural Historic Site of Canada. The hotel is very well situated as well, just steps from old Quebec. We highly recommend :)
Thanks for reading!
H & M