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All reviewspublic parkalmond treespiceland mallwithin walking distancean older propertyocean viewspice island mallrooms are largewall sthotel is cleanstayed here for a few daysoverlooking the gardenhotel is perfectrecommend staying herecoffee makergrocery storeeither direction
My cousin and myself had the pleasure of staying at this charming hotel. The staff, namely Nelson was so accommodating and pleasant. We stayed there five night. Excellent and convenient location. The only drawback was the lack of an on-site restaurant, but they offered nearby...More
This hotel while basic is clean and everything you need is there including very good internet connection if this is important.
Direct access to Grand Anse beach was lovely and the staff were super nice and helpful. It's also easy walking distance to shops and...More
The room was clean and comfortable with AC. Since it is low season they are short on staff. To have a beach chair (they are all locked) you have to advise the reception and eventually someone will show up... apart that inconvenient and the fact...More
Nice place, but was not very busy as we were there in a bit of off season. Walking distance to stores and bars and restaurants which is nice. Nice pool and beach access. The staff was very accommodating and helpful.
A perfect location midway on the Grand Anse Beach. Basic, clean room with coffee maker and fridge. Walking distance to grocery store, produce vendors and restaurants. You will hear music from festivals on the beach and the hotel next door at night, but this was...More
Our room had one 110 outlet in the room designated for guest use, and we unplugged the coffee maker to free up a second 110 plug for charging devices. I don’t recall whether there were also 110 outlets in the bathroom; we... More
Our room had one 110 outlet in the room designated for guest use, and we unplugged the coffee maker to free up a second 110 plug for charging devices. I don’t recall whether there were also 110 outlets in the bathroom; we didn’t have electric dryers or razors on this trip. (December 2017)