Auberge de la Paix Québec Reviews
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Great location, right off of Rue St-Jean in Vieux Quebec. Free breakfast. Bathrooms and the kitchen were clean. I would stay here again.
The place was very nice, and it is as shown in the pictures. Breakfast was better than expected. And the area is very nice, and close to everything.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 18-24
- (1 review)
Good kitchen. No air circulation in the dorm. Gets hot and stuffy. Mattress uncomfortable.
Great hostel, awesome courtyard, amazing location. Only had issues with the showers, you need to press a button the whole time you use them which means tough times washing long hair with one hand at a time.
The location is perfect and so is the price. It is clean. I didn't like small windows in the dorm so the air was a bit stuffy at night in the room. Breakfast was very poor even for a hostel standard. When I stayed there, there was a group of school children staying as well and the hostel was too noisy. There were door bangings and yelling even at 7am. Care should be taken not to put school children on the same floor with other guests.
Walking distance to everything! 10mins walk from the bus/train terminal. Bring a padlock as no doors are lockable but you have a locker available. And linen costs extra so you can use your own sleeping bag save a little.
Good atmosphere, good location, bathrooms were a bit small but that's to be expected.
The location is the best thing about the hostel. I really walked to most major spots within the Old Town. The staff are not very engaging so do not expect any group events. Also, there is not an elevator so you will have to hoist your luggage up the stairs and there are 4 floors. Travelers there were very varied from a group of young children (maybe 10-12) to senior citizens. The rooms are decent with the beds made of wood instead those cheap Ikea ones. The water was pressurized and hot.