The Office of Tourism recently reviewed and placed a 4-star rating on this holiday rental. This is the highest rating for any Residential Tourism Classification in the city. The city of Quebec has recently accredited this building for tourism rentals. When inquiring about any property your first question of any property owner should be, 'Are you accredited by the City of Quebec?' The city of Quebec has recently made changes to rental laws and are looking to close illegal rentals by old city property owners. Buyer beware! Rest assured with the Royal Dalhousie
This condo is located in the heart of Place Royal. It is from this location that Champlain constructed the first habitation, a farm and a shed. The location was named after Louis XIV and is one of the last remaining witnesses of 17th & 18th century buildings in North America. It is a beautiful 2400 square foot condo on one level. High ceilings, hardwood floors and exposed ceiling beams accent this historically renovated con
Where it all BEGAN!: It is from this location that the beginnings of New France began to develop some 400 years ago. Restaurants, Antique Shops, Art Galleries, and museums are located minutes from this location. Step outside and within minutes you will realize why Quebec has been designated a U.N.E.S.C.O. World Heritage Site.
Did you know?: In 2002 Hollywood went looking for a site location for the Europe scenes for the Tom Hanks, Leonardo DiCaprio movie, 'Catch Me If You Can'. If you have seen the movie or if you plan to rent it look for Quebec City as you see Hanks chasing after DiCaprio in France. The turning point when Hanks captures DiCaprio is suppose to be in Paris, France, but is actually shot about one minute away from the condo.
At the Royal Dalhousie we invite you to step into a luxury condo to begin your vacation memories then ....step out into 400 years of history.