The 6 Best Airbnbs in Quebec City

Quebec city in winter with snow
Quebec city in winter with snow | © Yevgenia Gorbulsky / Alamy Stock Photo
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21 August 2018

As one of the oldest settlements in North America, Quebec City draws a vast number of local and international visitors every year. One of the best ways to experience the unique history, architecture, and culture of this city is to stay at an Airbnb in one of the central districts, close to the restaurants, shops, bars, and sites for which the city is celebrated. Here are the best Airbnbs in Quebec City.

Authentic Victorian House Apartment

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Authentic Victorian apartment Quebec City
Authentic Victorian Apartment in Quebec City | © Sébastien / Airbnb

If you’re planning a longer stay in Quebec City, then this authentic Victorian apartment should be among your top choices. Spacious and full of natural light, this historic apartment consists of a bedroom, bathroom, living space, kitchen and dining room. With exposed brick accents, hardwood floors, ornamented high ceilings, and a decorative fireplace, there is plenty of historic charm to enjoy. The apartment is located on St. Jean, which is one of the main cultural stretches of the city, giving you access to numerous restaurants, micro-brasseries, and shops. Only available for visits of a month or longer.

Forest Loft in Downtown Quebec City

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Forest Loft in Downtown Quebec City
Forest Loft in Downtown Quebec City | © Louis / Airbnb

With its traditional Canadian cabin-style décor and close proximity to the lively historical district, this recently renovated downtown loft puts you at the heart of the action in Quebec City. There are plenty of restaurants, bars, and cafés nearby. The apartment is fully equipped and situated in a secure building that comes with an intercom system.

Large Room in Shared Apartment Downtown

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Large Room in Shared Apartment, Downtown Quebec City
Large Room in Downtown Quebec City | © Laurence / Airbnb

If you just need a place to sleep and shower during your trip, and not necessarily a full apartment, this large room in a charming home in the Saint-Sauveur district is perfect for medium-to-longer-term stays. The apartment is on the second and third floors of a duplex, around a 30-minute walk to the sites and shopping of Old Quebec. Visitors have access to the kitchen, bathroom, and other common areas like the kitchen balcony during the warmer months.

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  • Charming Apartment in Old Quebec

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    Located right in Old Quebec, making it perfect to explore the city on foot, this charming two-story apartment lies inside a building that dates from 1756. The space combines historic charm with modern conveniences, and the décor is offset by exposed brick walls, a fireplace, and stonework.

    Charming & Comfy, Newly Renovated Studio

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    Charming, comfy, newly renovated, best location
    Charming & comfy, newly renovated studio | © Sophie / Airbnb

    Well situated between the major districts of Quebec City, including Old Quebec, the Old Port, Parliament Hill, the Convention Centre, and the highway that will take you to the nearby destinations of Ile d’Orleans, Côte de Beaupré, and Charlevoix, this charming and recently renovated studio is a quiet and unique space. The rest of the building is occupied by creative companies.

    Luxury Renovated Historical Condo

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    Luxury Renovated Historical Condo in Old Quebec | © Jean-François / Airbnb

    Situated in a historical building from 1911, this luxurious condo has a spacious kitchen and living area, two bedrooms and a spa-like bathroom with heated floors (great for the city’s infamous winters!). Design elements include exposed brick, antique furnishings, and tall, street-facing windows. Centrally located, all the major sites, museums, dining and entertainment options are easily accessible.