Once upon a time in Dieppe
Hotel Aguado, one of Dieppe's emblematic landmarks, was designed in 1955 by Grand Prix de Rome winning architect Georges Feray. The hotel was built on the ruins of an old tobacco plant.
For three generations, the same family has welcomed guests to the hotel, maintaining its authenticity and avoiding the clichés of chain hotels. Guests are welcomed into a family whose love of Dieppe and the surrounding region has inspired an atmosphere evocative of the early days of sea-bathing, when people still knew how to take their time.