Skip to main content.

Accommodation in Beauport

trover photo by throwingsofas

Search for accommodation in Beauport

trover photo by throwingsofas

Save more with Secret Prices

Get instant savings with Secret Prices

  • Pay now or later on most rooms
  • Free cancellation on most rooms
  • Price Guarantee

Where to stay in Beauport

With a history stretching back to 1608, when it was first settled by Europeans, La Cité-Limoilou is one of North America’s oldest neighborhoods and has a rich past to explore, highlighted by the beautiful architecture you can see all around. Along the gorgeous streets, you’ll find fantastic cuisine, artisanal shops, museums, and many historical sights.

Hotels in Beauport

Most hotels in Beauport are 3-star hotels, although there are also some budget hotels available. They are easy to reach, as the majority are located along Boulevard Sainte-Anne. Auberge du Littoral is one of the best 3-star hotels in Beauport. It features clean, comfortable rooms, as well as a sauna and full-service spa. There are also some fantastic discount hotels in Beauport. The 2-star N Hôtel Québec provides modern rooms, and is just a 5-minute drive from Quebec’s Old Town. Another great choice is the Gite Royal Dumontier, an upscale B&B in Beauport set within the walls of a beautiful Victorian house.

Things to see in Beauport

One of the most stunning sights of Canada, let alone Quebec City, is located in the Beauport neighborhood. The Montmorency Falls Park is an area of outstanding natural beauty, and the standout feature is the 275-foot high waterfall. Climb almost 500 steps to reach the top (or alternatively, take the cable car) and witness the power of nature from an amazing vantage point. Beauport is also home to some important historical sites. Maison Girardin is a house that dates back to the early 19th century. Aside from being a beautiful house, it contains a permanent exhibition that teaches you all about the history of Beauport and the communities that developed the area. Another building worth visiting in the neighborhood is the church of La Nativité de Notre-Dame. Nearly a century old, it’s designed in the neo-Gothic style and is a beautiful sight to behold, both inside and out.

Good for those on a budget

The Beauport neighborhood is the ideal vacation destination for those visiting Quebec City on a budget. There is a great selection of budget hotels in Beauport, with affordable rates that leave you with extra cash to spend in the fantastic shops, restaurants, and attractions in the neighboring historical district of Old Town. The area also has many things to see and do which won’t break the bank, such as taking a hike in the Montmorency Falls Park, or enjoying a scenic drive along the north shore of the Saint Lawrence River.

How to get to Beauport

A suburb of Quebec City, Beauport is quite easy to get to once you have reached the city itself. If you’re traveling from other places in North America, there are direct flights from many cities, including Chicago, New York, Montreal, and Toronto. Jean Lesage International Airport has limited public transportation links, but it is close to the city, making it easy to reach the neighborhood by car or taxi. Beauport is conveniently located, being just a 20-minute drive from the airport down Autoroute 40. Although Beauport has some bus services, they are limited, so the ideal way to get around is by car.

Quebec travel guides

Quebec Travel Guides