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Terrasse Dufferin - Quebec City and Area

A Total Shopping Experience


Take advantage of your time in Québec City to find souvenirs while exploring the city’s boutiques and shopping streets.
Better yet, choose a hotel within walking distance of the large shopping centres!

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Three Shopping Destinations

The West Zone
The shopping centres in the city’s west end are heaven for shopaholics. Place de la Cité, Place Ste-Foy and Laurier Québec are all connected, forming a unique complex that has something for everyone. Boasting 350 stores, Laurier Québec is the region’s second top tourist attraction, after Vieux-Québec.

Rue Saint-Joseph
For trendy, designer items, head to the Nouvo Saint-Roch district, in the River Zone of Québec City. Among other stores, many visitors who are on business stop by the Benjo toy store for small, colourful souvenirs to bring their kids.

Rue Saint-Jean
A popular hub for tourists and residents alike, Rue Saint-Jean straddles the ramparts, featuring shops filled with all manner of souvenirs to give your loved ones upon your return.

Shopping: The Number One Pastime

Unless isolation is needed to ensure your event’s success, why not select a hotel within close proximity to stores? Surveys have revealed that shopping is the number one leisure activity for businesspeople. Take some time to meander down Vieux-Québec’s lively streets and explore the colossal shopping centres in Québec City’s west end.

Meetings, Studios, Apartments and more!

Shopping enthusiasts will love Hôtel Classique in Sainte-Foy, located only steps from the region’s largest shopping centres: Place Laurier, Place de la Cité and Place Ste-Foy.

Ideal for longer stays, Hôtel Classique offers studios and apartments for rent… the perfect blend of hotel amenities and the comforts of home!

Near Laurier Québec

Located near Québec City’s bridges and main roads, Hôtel Clarion in the West Zone is also only a few minutes’ drive from Laurier Québec, the largest shopping centre in Eastern Canada.

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