Quebec City is listed as a "must-see" during the winter on several travel blogs.
I actually saw a picture of the snowy winter-wonderland on Instagram and six weeks later, we were there.
We stayed at the beautiful Hotel Clarendon right in the middle of Old Quebec City. I didn't take any pictures of the hotel but it was beautiful. Very clean, very friendly staff...
The WEATHER. To say it was cold would be an understatement. There were times when I couldn't feel my face. Every time we left the hotel we NEEDED a hat, a scarf, gloves, and a coat. That weather was playin no games. One day, the HIGH was 7 degrees.
Quebec City is beautiful, especially at night when it's all lit up.
THE ICE HOTEL
It's a must-see in QC - Hotel de Glace.
We took a quick 30 minute charter bus to the hotel. It sits right next to a huge resort.
So obviously it's freezing inside the hotel. There was a fire pit that we huddled around from time to time. I didn't believe that people actually sleep inside the hotel so I had to ask. Yep, I'm told it's true!
Because it's so cold - all you want to do is EAT. That is both a good and bad thing. Quebec City is known for poutine, fish and chips, maple syrup, crepes, etc..
Hope you enjoyed :)