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At Auberge Saint-Antoine, no two rooms are the same. In the main wing, each room has been carefully thought out, featuring unique stylings handpicked by the owner — whether it’s a black-and-white photo by a local artist in the bathroom or a bijou hand-embroidered cushion on the bed, the beauty is always in the fine details. The spacious German Room, for example, has an audacious feel, with its stone walls, silver silk curtains and faux-fur throws draped over the queen-sized bed, not to mention a spacious desk inset with a Rhine Valley artifact from an archaeological dig conducted onsite. This room also offers a spectacular vista of the river.
The Quebec hotel also has a smaller wing called Maison Hunt, which has six historical suites, all inspired by a specific period. The Gustav Room, for example, is designed with 18th-century Sweden in mind, in soft yellows and soothing blues, with a pale wood floor, a porcelain fireplace and rustic wall hangings.
All rooms have large desks, luxury linen, goose down duvets and pillows, a Bose sound system, bathrobes, coffee and tea machines, and a well-stocked mini-bar. All bathrooms have no-fog mirrors and most have heated floors.