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St. Paul Hotel

203 S. Market St.
Wooster  Ohio  44691
United States
(330) 601-1900
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Midwest Living Review

Amanda Glazebrook
Tucked into an old brick building, this boutique hotel mixes modern comforts with historical touches.

The St. Paul Hotel in Wooster started life in the early 1900s as the CCC Hotel and survived several iterations as a hotel, an apartment complex and warehouse. But in 2011, it reopened as the St. Paul Hotel, a sleek, stylish, high-class boutique hotel with top-notch amenities. 

The lobby is small compared to other hotels, and visitors check with helpful and friendly staff at a freestanding kiosk. The bank of elevators is just steps away. Natural light floods a tiny seating area, containing a pair of sofas by a long, low fireplace and a single table with a few chairs. Do step into this room and turn toward the entrance: in the wall, you'll see a beautiful stained-glass window depicting Saint Paul. It's stunning.  

Upstairs, the guest rooms are lavish and impeccible, with clean-lined furniture and a modern color scheme. Dove-gray walls are a soothing background to pops of orange and white. A bedroom area houses a platform bed with upholstered headboard and fine linens, and a seating area features a small sofa, an arm chair and a large, flat-screen television. Bathrooms are decked in granite and include tile showers with multiple showerheads and heated floors. Oh, and the bathroom mirror? It has a television in it. Guests can spruce up without missing their favorite shows. It's frivolous and exceptionally fun. 

Starting at $110 per night for a room, a stay here is a relatively affordable luxury—one we highly recommend. 

August 11, 2012

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