• Hôtel Acadia
  • Jardin du Gouverneur
  • Hôtel L'Ermitage
  • Studio Nouvelle-France

Nouvelle-France Hotels

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Since 1982, Les Hôtels Nouvelle-France have been part of the landscape and heritage of Quebec City. It was in 1982 that Jacques Côté acquired the Maison Acadienne. In 1995, he bought 45 rue St-Ursule for the rental of apartments. In 2001, he decided to leave the management of the business to his children, Jean-François and Valérie.

A year later, the L’Ermitage Hotel, located on St-Ursule Street, joined other hotels. In 2004, the family business acquired the studios, located at 52 rue St-Ursule. Since then, the establishments have been grouped under a single banner: Les Hôtels Nouvelle-France. In 2007, a new hotel was added to the banner. Auberge La Caravelle then became the Hôtel Louisbourg.

Belonging to the Côté family from the very beginning, the company was bought in 2019 by new investors who own other hotel establishments in Quebec. These are the Jardin du Gouverneur, located on rue Mont-Carmel.

The Nouvelle-France Hotels now have four establishments located in the old districts of Quebec City. They have a unique architectural style, which tells the rich history of New France. The Acadia Hotel, L’Ermitage, Jardin du Gouverneur and Studios Nouvelle-France are undoubtedly iconic emblems in the heart of Old Quebec.