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by Maral Anoush
January 30, 2005
And there is an attendant that sits in the pool area and makes sure that you shower before entering the pool, shower once you get out, shower before you get into the sauna, and once you get out (she was a bit heavy on the rules). Otherwise, the rest of the hotel was beautiful and conveniently located. We did not eat in any of the hotel restaurants, but they looked very nice.
From journal Winter Getaway in Quebec City
September 23, 2000
Breakfast was included and was a very good buffet (eggs, bacon, french toast, oatmeal, cold cereal, homefries, etc).
The lobby has dark wood paneling and thick carpet. Very clubby, with an old and rich feeling. What you get here is the charm a certain something that no chain hotel can duplicate , no matter how many stars.
The St. James is their casual restaurant and offers a pick your own pasta special: you pick the sauce, the pasta and the extras. It''s lots of fun and you can make an endless variety of different meals. My son especially likes their fondue appetizer which is a brick of soft hot cheese.
We purchased a package deal which included two nights lodging, two breakfasts and a dinner in the formal restaurant. It was a very good deal. Parking here is valet, there isn''t any other choice. You just pull up along side the hotel and send someone in to get the valet person.
The front door of the hotel is on the Rue du Palais, when you go our through the St James Restaurant you are on the Rue St Jean, right in the middle of all the action. This hotel has everything including location, location, location!
From journal A weekend in the Paris of the North