Bâteau décoration

Discover our neighborhood

Nestled in the heart of Old Québec just a stone’s throw from the St. Lawrence River, Le Saint-Pierre is surrounded by luxury boutiques, antique shops, and art galleries tucked in amid bistros, outdoor cafés, and restaurants offering everything from gourmet cuisine to casual fare.

Explore Québec City and don’t miss out on the Old Port, the banks of the majestic St. Lawrence River, and Place des Cantoniers. You’ll be ideally situated, where evocative street names like Sault-au-Matelot, Sous-le-Cap, and Pains-Bénits beckon for you to retrace 400 years of history at Place Royale, the birthplace of Québec City and French-speaking North America. Right on our doorstep you’ll be tempted by luxury boutiques, antique shops, and art galleries tucked in amid bistros, outdoor cafés, and Québec City’s finest restaurants.

Steps from the Auberge


Petit-Champlain is known as one of the most beautiful pedestrian streets in North America and features a funicular that connects Lower Town to Dufferin Terrace. It feels like a quaint village on the banks of the mighty St. Lawrence.

Today, the Petit-Champlain district’s narrow streets are lined with luxury boutiques and one-of-a-kind bistros.
Marina + Public market
Down the street

Marina + Public market

The Port of Québec Marina is ideally located right in the heart of the historic Old Port within walking distance of the city’s main attractions, making it a unique gateway into the heart of the city.

Residents and farmers chat and socialize at the Old Port Market, which marches to the beat of the seasons and the harvest. A wealth of local products are on offer, including cheese, charcuterie, baked goods, sweets, fresh produce, and premium specialty products.
Our neighbor across the street

Musée de la civilisation

One of Québec City’s most visited museums! It is welcoming, accessible, and interactive—inspiring wonder and discovery. Explore over ten top-notch exhibitions from Québec and all over the world. Join in workshops for the whole family on a wide range of current, historical, and sometimes unusual subjects. Guided tours are offered for some exhibitions.
Musée de la civilisation