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Hotel Paulin

Page last edited Apr-11-2007

143 Boulevard St-Pierre West
Caraquet, NB

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                                                            Hotel Paulin                                              
                                                The Pearl of Baie des Chaleurs

An internationally acclaimed seaside boutique hotel situated on the Baie des Chaleurs (meaning bay of warmth) and named "One of the Most Beautiful Bays in the World"
www.world-bays.com.
 
This full service historical hotel has luxuriously appointed waterfront suites, French-country rooms, in-house spa services and provides one of the best dining experiences the Maritimes has to offer. Paris's Le Figaro Magazine says: Hotel Paulin is  "vrai cordon-bleu!" Catch spectacular sunsets and Northern Lights on their private beachfront. Explore the natural beauty of the Acadian Coast, a unique stretch of over 150 miles of rugged, sandy coastline and more than 30 swimming beaches! Play 18-hole golf on champion courses, hiking, biking and birding trails nearby. Eco Tours and Spa Packages available year round. Enjoy ice fishing, snow shoeing and cross country skiing. Licensed fine dining with a sommelier wine pairing menu, they are recommended by The New York Times, Coastal Living Magazine, Pure Canada Magazine and North American Inns. Read their latest guest reviews at  www.tripadvisor.com



Hotel Paulin
143 Boulevard St-Pierre West
Caraquet, NB

www.hotelpaulin.com/

email: innkeeper@hotelpaulin.com
1 506 727 9981
1 866 727 9981


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