Hilton Quebec

Quebec City, QC Hotel
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Total Meeting Space2,000 sq. m
Guest Rooms571
1100 Rene Levesque East
Quebec City, QC G1R 4P3

Hilton Quebec

Quebec City, QC Hotel
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Room Features and Guest Services

  • Concierge Services
  • Internet Access


  • Onsite Restaurant


  • Business Center

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Outdoor Pool

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space2,000 sq. m
Meeting Rooms28
Largest Room708 sq. m
Second Largest Room533 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms571
Singles (1 Bed)336
Doubles (2 Beds)263




Local Attractions

Fortifications of Quebec

Historical Landmark
4 minutes away
The fortifications surrounding Old Québec are close to 4.6 km in length. Take a guided tour along the walls and experience three centuries of Québec City history as you admire the old town's distinctive cityscapes. You will thus better understand the defence system of North America's only remaining fortified city. Tours begin at the Frontenac kiosk on Dufferin Terrace. Continue your visit at Artillery Park where you will be charmed by the unique building interiors. 2017 marks the 150th anniversary of Confederation. As a gift, Canada will offer free admission throughout the Parks Canada network on presentation of the National Discovery Passes, available at parkscanada.gc.ca. Please note that fees may apply if you wish to improve your visit, per exemple by doing a guided tour with a Parks Canada guide.
2, rue D'Auteuil
Quebec, QC, CA G1R 5C2

Saint-Jean St.

5 minutes away
The bohemian, colourful, and friendly neighbourhood of Saint-Jean is Québec City at its finest. Stroll down rue Saint-Jean and discover J.A. Moisan, the oldest grocery store in North America (1871), the Second Empire-style Saint-Jean-Baptiste Church, and St. Matthew's Church and cemetery. Bustling with boutiques, restaurants,cafés, and grocery stores, the neighbourhood is a great place to hang out. From there, take the elevator down to Saint-Roch, another of the city's vibrant neighbourhoods.
Saint-Jean St.
Quebec, QC, CA

Montmorency Waterfalls

13 km away
Parc de la Chute-Montmorency is a few minutes from Québec City. Located between the river and the cliffs, it's one of the province's most spectacular sites. With its 83 meters high (30 meters higher than Niagara Falls), Montmorency Falls dominates the landscape. It can be discovered on foot, by cable car, or from the gourmet restaurant. It's an ideal setting for a stroll after a business meeting or a reception. For the more active, a 300-meters zipline, and the via ferrata, a hiking trail on a cliff, promises some adrenaline and breathtaking views. Accessible year-round, the site works its magic day and night. During winter, in very cold weather, fine splashesfrom the fallsfreeze and eventuallyform the famous Sugar Loaf, an impressive cone of ice at the foot of the waterfall. The entire cove of the park has been illuminated after dark. Discover an impressive and enchanting spot!
5300 Boulevard Sainte-Anne
Quebec, QC, CA G1C 1S1

Grande Allee st.

1 km away
Day or night, Grande Allée's sidewalk restaurants and cafés and beautiful architecture attract big crowds. The street's excellent restaurants, bars, and nightclubs make it the perfect place to start—and end!—any evening.
Grande Allée East

Ile d'Orleans

12 km away
In the middle of the mighty St. Lawrence River, but within sight of Quebec City, sits Île d’Orléans, an entire island that is a designated historical district. The traditional Quebec countryside is preserved here in this, the cradle of New France. Visitors can delight in the island’s plentiful (and flavourful) agricultural heritage nestled amid gorgeous scenery.

Quebec Parliament and National Assembly

Historical Landmark
2 minutes away
The most important historical site in Québec City. The Parliament Building is an imposing structure comprising four wings that form a square of about 100 metres (330') per side. One of the few buildings in North America whose architecture in Second Empire style. The tour of the Parliament Building includes the National Assembly Chamber (where the members of provincial parliament sit) with its Renaissance architecture and the Legislative Council Chamber (standing committees have been held here since 1968).
1045 Rue des Parlementaires
Quebec, QC, CA G1A 1A3

Saint-Roch District

2 km away
A trendy downtown neighbourhood bustling with IT workers, merchants, students, residents, artists, and artisans, Saint-Roch was recently given a major facelift. Old factories, plants, and buildings have been refurbished to restore the district to its vibrant best.
Quebec, QC, CA

La Citadelle de Quebec

Historical Landmark
1 km away
Nicknamed the "Gibraltar of America", the citadel was built between 1820 and 1850 and is the largest British fortress built in North America. It is located atop Cape Diamond (Cap Diamant), the highest natural point in the area. Find out about its critical role in the city's defence system. Your guide will take you back to the French Regime and return to the present day with stops at historic structures like the Cap Diamant Redoubt (1693), the French powder magazine (1750), and the military prison (1842). Why did Québec City have to have a fortress? What explains its shape, like a star when seen from above? What goes on within its walls today? These and other questions will be answered along the way.
1 Côte de la Citadelle
Quebec, QC, CA G1R 3R2

Distance from Airport

  • 77.73 km from Venue


On Parliament Hill, the Hilton Québec hotel stands guard over the heritage and charm of Canada's oldest city. Located across the street from the Old City, with indoor access to the Quebec City Convention Centre, the Hilton Quebec hotel is also just steps away from all major tourist attractions and festivals. Hilton Quebec Hotel Features Include: 22 luxurious meeting/banquet rooms for groups of up to 1400, including the largest ballroom in Québec City and the Plaines reception room situated on the 23rd floor with a panoramic view of Old Québec Business centre, in-room dining and valet parking Fully equipped fitness center and heated outdoor pool, open year-round Only a 30 minute-drive from the airport or 15 minutes from the train or bus stations

Additional Information

Rated 4 green keys by the Green Key Eco-Rating System 22 meeting rooms and banquet halls with natural lighting Directly connected to the Quebec City Convention Center which provides access to an additional 290,000 square feet of convention space On-site experts,PSAV, provides excellent AV solutions for your event