Place Jacques-Cartier, located just in front of the hotel, gets a modern look with several major projects that will change the landscape of the Quartier Nouvo Saint-Roch.
In fact, since September 2014, Place Jacques Cartier Quebec is undergoing an impressive metamorphosis, combining the construction of a parking lot and a residential building. In addition, the Gabrielle-Roy library and the public square will be fully expanded and refurbished, to the visual delight of all!
The first phase of the project now completed and access to our hotel is made much more fluid, our loading zone having regained its rightful place in front of the establishment and now offers enough space to unload your luggage in all quietude.
For the time being, the traffic on Du Roi between Crown and Dorchester is still from east to west, so from de la Couronne to Dorchester Street, with our landing stage on the north side of Rue du Roi, so on the same side as our establishment. Our valet service employees are always available to help you park your car in a safe place and help you carry your luggage.
Traffic on Saint-Joseph Street is from west to east, from Dorchester Street to Crown Street.
La Tour Fresk: More than a project, a work of art!
Having welcomed its first tenants last fall, the first phase of the revitalization of Place Jacques-Cartier, the Fresk quickly found its place in the urban and modern setting of the Quartier Nouvo Saint-Roch. The 20-storey, 169-unit residential building, with its contemporary and original architectural style, gives the Quartier a new lease of life with top-of-the-range condos in an eco-responsible building that uses geothermal energy and solar energy to reduce its carbon footprint on the environment.
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The new Gabriel Roy library: a model of avant-gardism.
The city recently unveiled its proposed expansion of the Gabriel Roy library with a total investment of $ 40 million. This project, which is the second phase of the revitalization plan for Place Jacques-Cartier Quebec, will start sometime in 2019 and hopefully end in 2021. As the operational details of the project are yet to be released, we are at the moment unable to let our visitors know if the presence of the site will affect our establishment, and if so at what level. More details will be added as the project becomes a reality
Please note that the circulation of St. Joseph and du Roi Streets will now be from east to west, so from de la Couronne Street to Dorchester Street.
Also, our drop off zone, located on the du Roi Street translate to the west of the facility on the north side of the street. Valet parking will be there to facilitate the arrival of our customers and help to transport personal belongings.Enjoy a 30% discount on your next stay in Quebec in our institution. We simply make the booking online by entering the promotional code 72h.
Finally, since the terminus Jacques-Cartier is located in the heart of the current work area, Quebec City RTC has changed the boarding and landing of several routes transacting by this culminating area of the city. We invite you to take more information of the RTC bus stop changes.
For questions related to those public works, please consult the attached document giving you more information on the phases of the communique-place-jacques-cartier (FRENCH ONLY). In addition, if you have any questions or queries regarding the operation of our services, our team will be pleased to advise you and serve you! Do not hesitate to contact us!