Stayed at this hotel a few days ago and it is a really nice hotel. Full of charm, color and huge rooms (I stayed at a first floor suite). Unfortunately the breakfast is not much to write home about and avoided; better head to the "boulangerie" around the corner, buy a fresh baguette, walk across the street to the corner convenience store and get great guava or Mango juices and your breakfast is set. Every room has a fridge, so you can cool down the great tasting melons you buy. The area is amazing; I never saw so much fish as I did here.
I brought my own "mosquito net" to avoid mosquito bites; the room didn't have any; but I was told they aren't many in the area being near the sea.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This former batisse of ochre color, in the architecture of typically colonial style, classified, is located on Quais of the Isle of Saint -Louis. She's adorned with wide terraces in parquet, with proud forged iron balconies and o one long patio paved by terra-cotta.7 rooms and 9 suites with refined and different decoration in every room give to this house an unique style.The overhanging restaurant offers you an open view on the Famous Faidherbhe Bridge , Saint- louis and surroundings A spa, in a serene atmosphere, endowed with modern equipements and with an equipe of professionels to feel relaxed. ... more less
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