On September 1, Madonna is set to take the stage for a one-of-a-kind spectacle, transforming the Plains of Abraham, the site of the Battle of Quebec, into a giant dance floor. The location, situated between the historical Quebec City and the majestic St. Lawrence River provides the outdoor concert with a unique backdrop.
“The Auberge Saint-Antoine is delighted to welcome Madonna and fans to our spectacular city. We have created this package to give guests an unforgettable experience during their stay with us, during this highly-anticipated event,” says Jean-Louis Souman, Hotel Director of the Saint-Antoine.
From $1,650* per person the “Madonna in Quebec City” package includes a two-night stay, exclusive tickets to Madonna's show and luxury limousine transportation to the concert. The package also features a pre-event dinner and daily breakfast at Panache, the hotel's award-winning restaurant. Panache, praised for its originality and elegance, was converted from a riverside warehouse in the 19th century.
Located in Quebec City's Old Port, the Auberge Saint-Antoine is a historically significant property. One of city's richest archeological sites, the museo-hotel integrates three buildings from the 18th and 19th centuries and features more than 5,000 artifacts found during an extensive renovation. The property offers guests a relaxed stay in its chic, unique and cozy environment and is just steps from the Museum of Civilization, the Quebec Citadel, art galleries high-end shopping and chic cafés.
For more information on the “Madonna in Quebec” package or to book, please visit http://www.saint-antoine.com/en/packages or call 1-888-692-2211.
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