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Hotel Paulin was het eerste hotel van Caraquet toen het in 1891 haar deuren opende. Het is gelegen aan de waterkant, in het centrum van het dorp. Het is een mooi, zeldzaam voorbeeld van Acadian architectuur. Sindsdien heeft Hotel Paulin een trotse reputatie van het aanbieden van een speciale mix van de beste maaltijden op het Acadian schiereiland en gastvrije, comfortabele accommodatie. Tegenwoordig is Hotel Paulin een boutique hotel dat haar historische charme en elegantie heeft behouden. De kamers zijn comfortabel en vol karakter, de luxe suites op de derde verdieping bieden daarnaast een spectaculair uitzicht op de fraaie zonsondergangen boven de Baai van Chaleur. Dit hotel is Atlantic Canada op haar best!
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: Goed ingericht voorzien van airco, telefoon, televisie, internettoegang, strijkijzer en -plank en een compleet ingerichte badkamer.
In het centrum van het dorp.
De plaats Caraquet ligt op het schiereiland Acadia in het noordoosten van New Brunswick. Het ligt aan de fraaie Bay of Chaleur, een van de mooiste kuststroken van Atlantic Canada.
"Vacation trip to Acadia and Carawuet"
Wow the accommodations and food are the best. Hats off to Gerard- a polite perfect host and Karen in the kitchen- yum What a find and the Paulin family history-3 generations of excellence You won't be disappointed
"Cozy and comforting hotel. "
Would recommend to anyone. I travel lots and I must say our stay here was not I am use to. We loved the warmth of this historical place. We booked a suite and it was very comfortable. Room was very clean. Bathroom was a nice size. When checked in, we were greeted with that a true Atlantic caring gentlemen. Clearly explained the after hours access. I would return for sure. Exceeded our expectations. Thank you to their staff and management. They are very caring and are doing it for the right reasons.
Beautiful Hotle loved it. Stayed there for work every time I'm in Caraquet . The food was amazing . Bed was comfortable rooms were clean and people were amazing! It's hard to find hotels like this , with this kind of hospitality. 5 stars in my books
A 4 * hotel? not sure. At the reception when you arrive, nobody. Finally, My room is shown to me by a kid of 15 years, barefoot. I booked a suite, it is only a normal room with 2 armchairs, decorated in old and dusty. On the 3rd floor, without elevator but with steep stairs. The door of the room only closes if it is locked. I settle down, I would like to take a nap. Impossible, you can hear everything that happens in the room opposite and/or next door, where there are noisy people. The hotel is supposed to have a restaurant, I indicated in my reservation that I would like to have supper, but now the boss told me that the restaurant is not yet open for the season. I go out to supper, and on the way back the door of the hotel is closed. It takes a code that of course, nobody gave me. There are 2 phone numbers to call, fixed and cellular, no one answers. Finally, I entered by the kitchens whose door had not been locked. Thank you for the experience, I would NEVER return!
"Very expensive, historical, family owned & operated"
This hotel has been around a long time and has a prestigious history and reputation for old-fashioned French charm and excellence. Built in 1891, the Paulin family still owns and operates this hotel, which operates with simplicity. It didn't seem to have a computer at the large antique desk. The billing is all written out by hand by Gerard Paulin at checkout. The large sitting room is comfortable, a good spot to get introduced to the owners, and become acquainted with other guests. We were a little early, and owners Karen & her husband Gerard were away, but their teenage son, bilingual in French and English as most of the population of New Brunswick is, courteously checked us in and showed us to our room. The room seemed opulent to the point of being a bit overdone - a little overcrowded with furnishings, lots and lots of pillows & heavy bedding, with an armchair awkwardly placed between the bed and the bathroom with no way to get around it. We would suggest the owners remove one or maybe two pieces of extra furniture and simplify the room decor with fewer pillows to make the room a little less overwhelming and more enjoyable. The en suite bathroom was also overcrowded, but we appreciated their desire to provide anything we could possibly need. It was an interesting experience. There will always be work to do on improving and maintaining this property, which will never probably have an elevator. But I read that the 3rd floor penthouse rooms are fantastic. I didn't get to peak because I didn't want to climb that extra set of stairs...thank you to the owners for their dedication to keeping this piece of French history alive. We slept well, by the way.
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