"East of Quebec West of St. Anne"
First, this is francophone CA not the US, a good thing to remember. Hotel is between Rt. 440 and Rt. 138 both main roads leading from la ville de Quebec along the northern shore of the St. Laurent. Coming from the South (ME., NH, VT) it's a bit hard to get to initially, and requests for directions don't elicit much help when asking for "St. Anne. Blvd."
The structure is interesting, an old house, flanked by two nondescript modern new wings. Reception is in the old house, which also contains a Spa/Massage area upstairs. It's an attraction, but not inexpensive. Our room was large, very clean, and had a fridge, microwave and a window that could open, a nice touch. During a two day stay, room was not made up by 3:30 on the second day. Although situated between two main roads, it was relatively quiet. No breakfast provided, but coffee available, and snacks for purchase.
On Rt. 138, there's a section of convenience stores nearby, and a byob Greek restaurant that was quite good.
This hotel is very near Montmorency, and not far from the Basilica of St. Anne. It's a little harder to get into Quebec City itself due to all the construction both leading to, and inside the city.
The relative increase in buying power of the USD is offset by a total of about 15% tax on anything a visitor is likely to buy.
Still this is a great area, and Quebec City, although undergoing much construction, is a treasure. If you learned French in the US or France, you may not understand the accent.
Traveller from NH