Sandwiched between the scenic oasis of the Plains of Abraham and the frenetic, club-lined Grande-Allée, Château Laurier is many different hotels in one. For example, there are six categories that vary in age, style, and price. The most affordable are in the “Standard” category; the “DeLuxe” rooms are the most up-to-date. There’s an abundance of wheelchair-accessible rooms, too. Château Laurier distinguishes itself as a “Franco-responsible” hotel by playing French music and featuring photographs and paintings by French and Québécois artists in the hallways (it also has self-service wine vending machines on select floors and in the lobby). It’s also eco-responsible—the pool is saltwater, surplus food is delivered to food banks, recycling is de rigeur, and there’s an electric car recharging station on site.