Intimidatingly sturdy right in the heart of Old Quebec, Chateau Frontenac towers above all other buildings. Its nestled right on a hill overlooking the St. Lawrence River that extends to Montreal. Its Quebec City’s most prominent landmark and, perhaps, a favorite resting/nesting place for those who can afford luxury. The classic castle architecture is impressive. From here, everything is within walking distance to all places you must see when visiting one of the oldest Europeans settlements in North America.
Chateau Frontenac is the setting of Alfred Hitchcocks film, I Confess, in 1953.
Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt also stayed in this hotel to discuss strategies for World War II in 1943.
Chateau Fontenac dominates Quebec Citys skyline. This is a breathtaking view from Observatoire de la Capitale.
The Chateaus copper roof shines magnificent gold and orange when sun strikes it.
The facade on the Eastern side.
Right in front of the chateau is viewing deck overlooking the St. Lawrence River. Its a good place to stay idle in summer afternoons.
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