Delta Québec by Marriott

Situated in Québec City's downtown core, the contemporary family hotel is a short walk to Old Québec (Vieux-Québec) where historic monuments still stand. Visit Battlefields Park, Civilisation Museum and National Museum of Fine Arts along with local crêperies and wine bars.

The hotel's city centre location also places you next door to Québec City Convention Centre and the business district. During your stay, sit down to flavourful meals at the newly renovated Le Bistro, get active at their fitness centre and swim all year round at their outdoor heated pool. Spend your trip in a spacious room or suite filled with modern décor, soft beds, a mini-fridge, free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV with premium cable.

Rates from $235/night (plus taxes)

Book your group rate for CAAA Annual Conference.

Reservations must be made prior to Monday, May 8, 2023 to secure the discount rate.

Note: There are no more rooms available for the Saturday night, June 11. 

Delta Québec by Marriott Renovation & Construction Update

A new experience is being prepared at the hotel so there is currently  construction. The areas impacted for the moment are: the meeting spaces, the main entrance and some rooms. Rest assured, this will not impact your stay.

Additionally, there is currently work on the street in front of the hotel, so Rue René-Jalbert is not accessible.

If you are coming from the west of the city, below are some directions:

  1. You will have to go to the end of René-Lévesque, turn left at the light, go down Honoré-Mercier.
  2. From Honoré-Mercier, turn left on St-Joachin straight until Jean-Jacques Bertrand and go up the street.
  3. There will be a drop-off area on René-Lévesque and afterwards, you can take René-Lévesque and turn right on Antonio-Barrette to access the parking lot.

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More Information about the Delta Québec by Marriott (PDF)

Renovation Update from Delta Québec by Marriott (PDF)

Land Acknowledgement

We would like to acknowledge that the Canadian Academic Accounting Association (CAAA) operates within the traditional territories of the First Nations, Métis, and Inuit (FNMI) populations of Turtle Island (Canada). We recognize and honour the enduring presence of FNMI populations as the original stewards of this land, and we acknowledge the harms and injustices they have faced due to colonization. We express our gratitude for the opportunity to gather, learn, and work on this land. As we continue our journey, we commit to fostering greater understanding, respect, and reconciliation with Indigenous populations.

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