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Right next to the Saint Augustin Church (and not far from Grands Boulevards, Madeleine and the Champs Elysees) there is the Hotel Augustin, a charming 3-star hotel that’s been spruced up with a colorful and playful twist. Spice up your stay in Paris at the Hotel Augustin!
If you hate the impersonal feeling and the minimalist approach at so many large chain hotels, then the Hotel Augustin is the place for you. As soon as you enter the hotel, you’re surrounded by fun patterns, colors that pop, and large sofas with round edges, giving a whole new meaning to comfort.
Look to the left and you’ll see the front desk, where you don’t check in standing (like in most hotels) but sitting down on large chairs (after your long trip, you deserve to relax a bit!) Look right, and you’ll see a large dining hall, open from 1pm to 2am for guests looking for a little pick-me-up. There is a free seasonal buffet, with small cookies and cakes, sweet and savoury, cold and hot beverages and fruit.
Upstairs, keep your eyes open! Artist Akira Inumaru tells a charming story along the walls of the halls, elevator and bedrooms. Cartoon character Augustin travels through time exploring Parisian monuments with his girlfriend Augustine. It’s the perfect touch of fantasy to go along with the comfortable and bright colored bedrooms and their star-covered walls.
Sleeping a few nights at the Hotel Augustin is more fun, family oriented and more romantic than most other hotel experiences. Or maybe you are on a business trip? This hotel could be your escape after a long day at the office!
The bathrooms are very comfortable, completely new, and equipped with spacious bathtubs and showers and excellent bath products by Algotherm. The minibar is stocked with treats to make your mouth water, and the small amount of storage space might disappoint some (but for a short stay, is it that important?
All in all, this is a great spot!
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