Hôtel Château Laurier Québec

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A Francoresponsible Hotel


First francoresponsible establishment in the Americas

Leading edge hotel in every aspect of its operations, Hotel Chateau Laurier Quebec is the first francoresponsible establishment in the Americas. It makes the use of French language a commitment and a mark of respect for French-speaking communities in Quebec and worldwide and for our distinguished guests.

The introduction of this new corporate signature makes the Hotel stand as one of the leaders contributing to the promotion of French culture.

Showcase of the French-speaking world

The staff at Hotel Chateau Laurier Quebec will greet you in many languages. However, French language will always be most prominent: this language is felt everywhere in the establishment!

To fully endorse its francoresponsible identity, the Hotel pays homage to the French language by featuring French music in the whole building. You can also admire the works of painters, poets, writers, singers, photographers and people of great minds expressing their art in French.

Support for Quebec artists, composers and singers

In order to celebrate the authenticity of French-speaking communities through their artists and their variety, the Hotel is committed to highlighting the works and contributing in the promotion of French talent. This initiative enables the Hotel to support artists who express their art with a lot of passion and emotion.

Hotel Chateau Laurier Quebec is proud to showcase the talent of French artists in Quebec City!

Winner of many distinctions

Recognized for its contribution to the promotion of French language, Hotel Chateau Laurier Quebec was awarded the Prix Mérite du français au travail dans la catégorie Langue du travail et du commerce - Entreprise (Meritorious Achievement Award for French in the Workplace and Business - Companies).

See a list of all the other awards and honours received by the Hotel.

Definition of the term Franco Friendly (190 Ko)

  • Mur de la francophonie

    The Wall unfolds on two screens on which scrolls continuously anglicisms commonly used by Quebec and the francophone community, along with their French equivalent. Located in the lobby, the Wall adds an interactive element for guests who wants to experience the Francophone atmosphere characterizing the Hotel.

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