Royal Dalhousie Condos
U.N.E.S.C.O. World Heritage Site
What better way to explore North America's
only fortified city then in a beautifully renovated
condo looking out at the mighty St. Lawrence river.
at the doorstep to 400 years of history
Spacious Luxury Condos located in the heart of
Old Quebec City
© Royal Dalhousie 2009
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We couldn't have been more comfortable, as a family of five it can be challenging to find suitable accommodations, the Royal Dalhousie condo was perfect . The view was spectacular, the location was convenient, parking was very handy . The condo unit was very clean and spacious. Our host was very accommodating and we would certainly recommend these accommodations.
Trip Advisor client Cathleen54
You can't beat this location or this building. We loved our spacious gorgeous unit with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a huge great room with dining and multiple sitting areas. Ed offered excellent tips on where to eat and even managed to get us a table at a hot spot that was "fully booked". Why would anyone stay in a hotel with a choice like this?
VRBO client OshawaTraveller
Our best sales people are .... our past guests!
An Apartment Hotel unlike any other in the
Old City of Quebec!
Royal Dalhousie Award Winning Accomdations
We are pleased to accept the Rated Excellent and Top
Vacation Rental awards from FlipKey travel services.
Millions of tourist each year use the services of Travel
Advisor and Flip Key. We are honoured that they have
deemed our historic building and the services we provide
to be worthy of these two awards.
The tourism office has produced a beautiful video of sights and sounds from Quebec City. The "Lots of Love" campaign highlights our beautiful historic city. Click on the photograph to the left to view the video.
Quebec City Tourism launches promotion campaign
At the doorstep to over 400 years of history!
The Royal Dalhousie Condos are
located in the historic Chinic Hardware store building. The neighbourhood around the building is better known as Place Royale. It is here as the sign in the picture to the right states that Samuel Champlain founded Quebec in 1608.