The Auberge Place D’Armes is a four-star hotel located in the historic district of Quebec City, Canada. Guillaume Couillard, one of the first settlers in New France, was the building’s initial owner. The Auberge Place D’Armes has two distinct architecture styles: French and British. The French architecture constitutes the original building while the British section is more recent, dating to 1853. In 2003, Marc-Antoine Doré, a direct descendant of Guillaume Couillard, renovated the building and turned it into one of the leading hotels in Old Quebec.