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0/5
0 Reviews
Impasse de la Chaudière,Fonds Thézan, Sainte-Anne, Grande-Terre, Guadeloupe
20.3km from Le Raizet Airport
"With a stay at this villa in Sainte-Anne, you'll be steps from Leeward Islands and a 3-minute drive from Plage Caravelle. This 4-star villa is 2.3 mi (3.6 km) from Ste-Anne Beach and 2.4 mi (3.8 km) from Les Deux Oursins. Pamper yourself with a visit to the spa, which offers massages. This villa also features complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and barbecue grills. Cooked-to-order breakfasts are available daily from 6:00 AM to 10:00 AM for a fee. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services and a 24-hour front desk. A shuttle from the airport to the hotel is complimentary (available 24 hours). Treat yourself to a stay in this individually decorated villa, which features a private pool and a Smart TV. The villa has a Select Comfort bed. There's a private furnished balcony/patio. Prepare your meals in the shared/communal kitchen. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment."
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2




4.3/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
Route de Sainte Anne, Sainte-Anne, Grande-Terre, Guadeloupe
20.4km from Le Raizet Airport
"Excellent location with a breath-taking sea view; Great place to relax and to enjoy vacations. We enjoyed the suite, the food, the environment and most importantly the team: there are all amazing. What is great about Toubana is its kind of Boutique hotel with a private beach, an exclusive location far from the mass tourism but offering great and very agile services if the customer want to hang out for any reason: boat rent, car rent, restaurant, shopping... We are very thankful to Toubana and its staff. "
"I felt transported like in a film. We eat very well and the place is sublime. This place is a paradise. It is one of my favorite places in Guadeloupe. I have very great souvenirs of this place. Ideal for a glamorous dinner. The interior of the rooms are very modern, lit by the sun. I stayed in a sea view room. The view of the sea and the horizon is truly heavenly. The sunrise with the sea just below is incredible! I went in July 2017"
"This is a true 5 star experience - villas cascade down the hillside above St. Anne. There is a pool and restaurant above that is lively at sunset for drinks with an unsurpassable view. The swimming area in a private cove has lounge chairs and a bar. Very well trained staff."
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3




3.8/5
25 Reviews
Pointe De La Verdure, Le Gosier, Grande-Terre, Guadeloupe
9.4km from Le Raizet Airport
"The best memory of the hotel is the reception desk. We felt very much sorry for people working there-they were the only professionals(especially Jennifer). The hotel is still under repairing, so it is not ready to receive guests yet. The kitchen stuff is unwelcoming and not professional. Outdated yogourt(cheapest of the cheapest) and butter, poor choice at the breakfast, no vegetables, only carrots sometimes. For the price of 25 euros it is scandalous breakfast like that. Problems with hot water. Air-conditioning is hardly working and even Urine smell from aircon! Instead of fixing that, deo was put inside. 😶. The hotel prefers receiving big groups like for conferences, then the kitchen looks attractive with delicious food, but individual guests are not provided with quality food. The beach is fantastic. The pool is also good. The hotel is cheating claiming that they are opened after the renovation. Hardly 1/3 of the hotel rooms is ready and used. For the price like that we felt fooled down. Advertising it as a 4 star hotel with a lot of renovation work to go on, construction garbage in front and breakfast like that is dishonest."
"My stay at Arawak was amazing. Not disappointed at all. The staff was exceptional. From the people who took care of the breakfast in the morning to the workers who were cleaning the resort to the front desk... just amazing. I believe the girl at the front desk’s name was Jennifer, she was SO helpful and took the time to explain to us the ins and outs of the island. She even lent us a plug adapter, charged my computer and phone and made sure we were taken care of. Loved it!"
"The place was suitable for a meeting with Friends .All thé amenities offertes by the hôtel was ok. Arawak beach resort is a good choice to relax and for évent planning.we will ne back soin for thé carnaval Season."
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3.9/5
10 Reviews
Pointe de la Verdure, Le Gosier, Grande-Terre, Guadeloupe
9.6km from Le Raizet Airport
"Me and my parents spent 10 days in La Creole beach hotel during Christmas. Not knowing so much pre our stay other than info from the hotel web site our expectations were exceeded in a positive way. Our rooms were spacious and clean with a nice bathroom and big comfortable beds. The staff was friendly and serviceminded. We really enjoyed the beautiful beach and the pool area. The beach bar had nice lunch and drinks. The La route des épices restaurant had fantastic breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets. It was a great food experience, especially tasting all the local Christmas specialities. It was different entertainment every night in the bar and we really enjoyed our evenings there with great music and dancing. I would definetily recommend this hotel and would love to come back for another stay one day."
"The hotel is an average resort with a few restaurants and bars. I do not speak french however in my days around the island this has never been a problem until my arrival to La Creole hotel. The staff is borderline rude in their trait and just give up on not understanding and walk away. I decided to stay only one night here as it was very difficult to go on about my day around the resort. Welcome staff at the buffet restaurant was very rude and frustrated that they could not understand me (I was asking for a table for two, and to pay by card, nothing out of the ordinary). They made us wait for a long time until someone else approached and was of assistance. You really *really* have to chase around staff to get service as if you are sitting down it will take an exaggerated amount of time to even be provided with menus. I would one hundred percent not come back here, it was quite unpleasant for the elevated price and considering I am vacationing in the Caribbean an just expect some relax time. Maybe if the language barrier was not present my opinion would change but I doubt it, the service was very unpolished, unprofessional and rude."
"I went guadeloupe for the first time with my darling and had a wonderful time, it was really nice being with him. He and his family made it really special for me could not thank them more. The foood was excellent I never had a buffet that good in my life. I mean i love good food but everything was so nice. Its self serve buffet and you can tAKE As much as you like and eat at the restaurant. The only thing i didnt like is that they dont let you go home with your left overs "
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5




3.7/5
10 Reviews
Montauban, Le Gosier, Grande-Terre, Guadeloupe
9.3km from Le Raizet Airport
"Booking: with Expedia. I emailed the hotel the day before travelling, to check that my reservation had been received, but the hotel only replied two days later, meaning I got the acknowledgement after I had checked-in. This really isn't good enough customer service. Getting there: Gatwick to Paris, Charles de Gaulle, with easyJet. Airport transfer by Ligne 3 bus. Overnight stop at Orly. Orly to Point-a-Pitre, Guadeloupe with Air France. Transfer to hotel with airport shuttle bus (reviewed separately). Check-in: efficient. Room: I was given room 81 in the quiet, single-storey Habitation Vanille. The room was very good and had an ocean view. If you wish to enjoy the ocean view from your bath you should be aware that people might walk past! Food: finw. The breakfast buffet was good although the hot choices weren't quite to the liking of this Brit, who sought salace in the quiche. I enjoyed eating out on the balcony. The three-course ;meno of the day' dinner, at E45, was only E2 cheaper than the three cheapest courses on the a la carte menu. I was disappointed by this meal. Better value, at E35, was a three-course lunch; each course was tasty, substantial and presented well. Drinks: expensive. In the bar, a glass of house wine can be had for E7. Bottled beer - not sure if 25cl or 33cl - was E6.50. This compares with E6/0.5l at a nearby beach bar, or E3.60/0.5l at a decent restaurant out in the sticks. Had prices been more reasonable I would have used the bar more, and the hotel might have made more profit from me. Beach: immediately adjacent. This is about 30m long and about 10m wide. A bar backs onto the beach and positions much of its furniture on the sand. The beach is a quiet location and offers safe bathing, Sargassum: nil - despite my visit being at the end of the Sarassum season (March-December). Even if Sargassum was to make it here, the size and nature of the beach is such that a clean-up would be very easy. Pool: I used this in the mornings, when most of the hotel's sun-seekers would favour the beach. The pool was, therefore, uncrowded. Water temperature was just perfect. ATM: about 5 mins away at La Banque Postale. This has all the major logos on it. Car-hire: I counted three rental operations in the immediate vicinity. Guadeloupe is, I think, one of those destinations where hiring a car makes sense. Getting to the airport: Not wishing to use an expensive shuttle service again, I caught the bus. Leaving the hotel, turn left and walk about 300 metres down the hill, to catch bus no AE3. The trip to the airport is direct, takes about 35 minutes and costs a paltry E1.20. But check the time-tablle! I was disappointed that the hotel's Reception team met my query about the bus option with incredulity. They really should have information about this option at their fingertips - especially as what I saved on a taxi-fare paid for my lunch at the hotel!!! Would I stay here again? I am unlikely to visit "
"My husband and I stayed at this hotel for five nights over New Year and it utterly exceeded our expectations in every way. We stayed in the "Le Vanille" building, which I believe is classified as the third level of room. I would recommend spending a little extra money to get this type of room. The view from the completely glass-enclosed bathtub and bathtub straight onto the beach is spectacular. The small private beach is one of the best we visited in Guadeloupe. Never had a problem getting a lounge chair, and there is a cute cafe with casual food. We really liked the more traditional Colonial-style decor of this hotel (more Ralph Lauren than a modern-style W) and the small, gracious customs like the welcome drink and the nightly local sweets. Hotel staff were incredibly helpful, making dinner reservations for us during the day when most businesses are closed. It definitely helps to speak French, as in all of Guadeloupe. We had the New Years Eve Reveillon dinner, and I particularly loved the Trou sorbet with local herbs. They were incredibly generous with the unlimited St. Emillion and the coupe de champagne included with the dinner. The hotel really had every convenience, from late night room service, minibar to towel service, Nespresso maker, terrace, blow dryer, plenty of shampoos, conditioner, cotton pads and swabs, paper and magazines in French and English. The hotel's location in Le Gosier is a convenient spot from which to explore either Basse Terre or Grand Terre. Hubby had fun feeding the local iguanas from our terrace. We would gladly stay here again on our certain return to this wonderful island."
"Friendly welcome. Staff helped with our average French. Room was clean and practical. Not exceptional. Just meeting the minimum required for that price point which was a little disappointing. Cleaned room daily. Evening visit to check we were happy. The hotel itself and amenities were just average - the staff were definitely making an extra effort to make our stay special."
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6




3.8/5
10 Reviews
Pointe de la Verdure, Le Gosier, Grande-Terre, Guadeloupe
9.6km from Le Raizet Airport
"I must admit I only completed research on the Island of Guadeloupe only after I booked my flight, and it should go noted my french vocabulary consist of possibly 10 words. With that said I will tell you that reviews you read about people around the speaking enough English to communicate with you is not exactly true. I was very happy I chose to book a hotel vs. an air BnB since I knew I would feel more comfortable knowing the hotel would have to have at least one English speaking representative. Hotel & Room- I will start with the start of the weekend trip to Guadeloupe. The staff at the hotel were very delightful and very helpful and they did speak English. *Do know that the Mahogony is a part of Le Creole, so they share all general spaces and it makes it easier when telling your taxi where you are heading.* Each night there was live music in the lobby which was nice. The hotel appeared very nice with modern touches to decor but I will say there was at least one to two roaches that were seen in around the hallways to the rooms daily, never inside the room. Other Caribbean bugs and insects were also see but were expected. The rooms were spacious and cleaned everyday. I did have a king room but was given a two twin bed room where they just pushed the mattresses together. The room was equipped with a kitchenette in the balcony. The room does use the French plug, I suggest you pack an adapter. Pool & beach- The pool was quiet calm and clean, I spent my last full day in the hotel and enjoyed the pool which was great. There weren't too many people so finding chairs wasn't a hassle. The beach was also quiet and calm, beach isnt very large as they have a rock wall that closes in their beach. Everything on the Island is charged in Euros so if you have to and can change before getting to the island I recommend it, the exchange was brutal (believe it or not the best rate was at the hotel but they limit the amount you can change daily). I will say I did not eat at the hotel so I cannoot comment on the food in the hotel but the food around the island was amazing. The hotel is surrounded by so many great dining experiences and restaurants and a casino- all walking distant. Most of the meals were consumed walking distant from the hotel- but again language barriers were a problem as almost all menus were in French and not many of the servers spoke English. My recommendations to try near the hotel are Safari Pizza, D'lys tropikal and Creperie le Boss, and what appeared as a chain bread shop near by that I cant remember the name. Gladys at concierge was extremely helpful in helping us book a two excursions one which was a tour of pointe-a-pitre, we found wasn't exactly worth it but the second which was a tour in Les Saintes which was amazing and I highly recommend. Gladys was able to book us an English translator which helped since every tour guide only spoke french. Cons to the hotel- One would be the roaches seen around the halls of th"
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7




3.7/5
25 Reviews
Pointe de la Verdure, Le Gosier, Grande-Terre, Guadeloupe
9.5km from Le Raizet Airport
6.7km from Le Raizet Airport
"Hotels in guadeloupe is generally quite expensive and we find this hotel very good value for money (Eur 120 per night including breafast for the three of us). We stayed in the salako building. The room is quite old and the aircondition drips water. Evening entertainment was boring and loud . BUT, the location was really good. Hotel has its own beach with fine white sand. We did not need to drive to other places. there was also a short cut along the beach to a ferry stop (less than 10 minutes walk) that can get you to the super nice small island ilet du gosier. Sea view from our balcony was very nice. The restaurant where breakfast is served is right by the sea - always feels so good to start the day with nice views. We ate buffet dinner there once which was good. also tried the a la carte restaurant on site which was not good at all. Within very short walk there are other nice options for dinner. Remember this is a low key 3 star hotel - you get what you pay for - the beach and the view made up for the old room facilities. "
"The Karibea Beach hotel is beautifully positioned and has a lively beach adjacent. The breakfasts were excellent though it was a battle every morning to try to persuade the staff to produce a cup of decaf coffee! The room had superb views across the bay and was ample size. The main problem was the bathroom. Although cleaned every day it never felt or smelt as if it has been touched at all! There was definite unwholesome smell in there all the time and this was disappointing and off putting. Also it has to be said that there is a lack of provision for getting snacks during the day. The lunch and evening meals were expensive so we went out into surrounding area for food each night. It would have been useful to be able to get a baguette or cake somewhere on the site however. Beautiful position and beach but......."
"Walkable to restaurants and beach, clean large room, private beach but also large clean pool, open all hours. Included fine breakfast, coffee in the room. Nice balcony. Tipped the cleaners, but they shorted us on towels and pillows!"
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8




3.7/5
10 Reviews
Montauban, Le Gosier, Grande-Terre, Guadeloupe
8.6km from Le Raizet Airport
"Stayed here for 11 nights and were pleasantly surprised by the warmth of our reception and the effort every member of staff made to make us feel at home. Especially the lady overseeing the breakfast area was a delight to meet every morning. Rooms are not exactly spaceous (who cares considering that gorgeous Guadeloupe weather outside), but spotlessly clean and equipped with everything you need on a vacation. The place is surrounded by lush tropical vegetation, pool and surrounding area are clean and inviting to laze in the sun. A couple of minutes by car to the beach(es). For the less discerning (or less adventurous) eater: La Maison Creole is located only a hundred yards from a Kentucky Fried Chicken and maybe 250 from MacDonald's. What more can you ask for? If you prefer more original food, "Le Napoli" is almost next door with a fine crossover of French, Italian, and Caribbean meals."
" We stayed here for one night at the end of a Guadeloupe vacation. It was a very pleasant stay. The reception is open and welcoming, and the room was clean and comfortable with a nice view of a very well done botanical garden, that someone had taken pains to identify and label the beautiful plants. There is also a large beautiful pool, with tables chairs and umbrellas around. It is just a few meters away from an EXCELLENT restaurant, Napoli! . I can heartily recommend this hotel! Eston and Lynne Caldwell Winchester Virginia USA"
"Made an unexpected stop at La Maison Creole and we were pleasantly surprised. Friendly service, open late, clean room, strong WiFi and central location. They also serve a breakfast which is good as well. We would stay again!! "
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9




3.5/5
10 Reviews
La marina bas du fort, Le Gosier, Grande-Terre, Guadeloupe
6.2km from Le Raizet Airport
"We stayed at this hotel for 5 nights after a cruise in the Caribbean. It is on a hill above a marina, not far from Pointe-a-Pitre and the cruise port. The three major problems with this hotel are 1) it is on a hill, and there is no nearby accessible beach; 2) to get anywhere except the marina, one needs transportation, so unless you have a car rental, avoid this hotel; 3) there is no service to help carry suitcases to and from the rooms, and many rooms are only reached via outdoor stairways, there being no elevators. This should be noted in any information about this hotel. In addition, when we first arrived (by taxi from the port), our room was not ready, which did not particularly bother us, since we arrived about 11 am, before check-in time. However, the person at the desk spent lots of time on the computer and on the phone before telling us to leave our suitcases in a storage room and to return about 1 pm, which we did. In the meantime we walked downhill to the marina and found a restaurant for lunch. Upon our return, the employee at the check-in desk did not have the key to the baggage room, and after a long time finally called another person who had a second key, so that we could get our baggage. We were told where our room was, and were surprised to have to go down two storeys on an external cement stairway and carry our suitcases there. This is obviously not adapted to people over a certain age, who should avoid this hotel. While we were in our room, the employee at the check-in desk called to ask us to return the key to the baggage room, which we had returned before going to lunch. She insisted that we must have the key. I then remembered that when we were let into the baggage room to recuperate our suitcases, I had noticed two large suitcases that had not been there earlier. So I went up to the check-in desk, where the employee again insisted that we must have the key, and I told her about these other suitcases, indicating that someone else must have been in the bagage room after us. She was unpleasant and continued to tell me that we must have the key. Then a young couple arrived with these two big suitcases, and returned the key to the baggage room. It turns out they simply kept the key after storing their suitcases. This was not a good introduction to this hotel, and the employee at the desk showed her incompetence by not remembering that this couple had used the baggage room after us. The rooms themselves were adequate, with air-conditioning, an excellent and large bathroom with very good shower, and a small kitchenette with fridge, but we did not use the kitchenette. The best thing about this hotel was the breakfast, served in a covered patio just above the swimming pool. There were lots of choices, lots of tropical fruits, good coffee, warmed croissants, a toaster, and some local specialties. The only problem was breakfast cereal; only Corn-Pops or chocolate Corn-Pops were available, no granola, but that is a deta"
"Nice and pleasurable location. Very helpful staff and good facilities. The room was comfortable and clean. The location offers excellent views of the marina. Just a quick walk takes you to a range of dining opportunities. Breakfast served is good "
"Pleasant hotel, good service, clean rooms (not fancy but comfortable enough), nice pool and breakfast area. Walking distance to the marina, aquarium and shopping mall. Would stay again and recommend to friends."
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10




2.5/5
11 Reviews
Pointe de la Verdure, Le Gosier, Grande-Terre, Guadeloupe
9.7km from Le Raizet Airport
"Canella Beach Hotel in Guadeloupe is a solid 3+ star resort and a great value . It is located in Gosier- convenient to the airport, in a quiet waterfront section of Rue des Hotels. Among Canella Beach's many strengths is that it has a lovely beach front on the Carib Sea ( not many Gosier hotels do) - with white sand, complimentary sun loungers & umbrellas, & access to a tasty snack shop. The beach is cleaned & groomed every morning. Hotel rooms are most comfortable, nicely decorated, & roomy Every room has a kitchenette/balcony- which is a nice feature. Our accommodations were in a Superior Studio suite- with a fabulous ocean view. The grounds/ gardens are well maintained & nicely planted with tropical foliage. The pool is good sized, kept very clean ( & also offers a hot tub/spa).& is surrounded by nice pool loungers The hotel provides plush beach towels for their guests. A most complete breakfast buffet is included in the room rate- and features fresh local fruits, pane au chocolat, croissants, & french rolls- and toast- as well as eggs (scrambled soft boiled or hard boiled), breakfast meats, cereals, brie, tropical jellies, yogurts, fruit juices, & coffee(-plus the makings for cafe au lait). There is noticeable on going efforts to improve / paint -replaster exteriors of the hotel- which is painted in bright tropical colors Reliable taxi services can be arranged through the hotel for airport transfers- as well as for travels around the island. A plaza offering car rentals/ a small grocery shop (epicerie)/ gift shop/ & restaurants is an easy 5 minute walk from the hotel. There are many fine restaurants in the Gosier area- offering delicious Carib/ French/Creole cooking which we greatly enjoyed Available is an Excursion Director ( Dina) who is at the hotel Mon- Fri /8-10am - who offers excellent tours around Guadeloupe We booked full day tours of Grande Terre, Basse Terre, a snorkeling 1/2 day trip, and visited the very fine Aquarium, & Zoo /Botanical Gardens. All were excellent- well done, & even offered in English(in this piece of France). The staff at Canella Beach is most pleasant, reliable, & helpful. Our whole experience in Guadeloupe- centered at Canella Beach Hotel -was a tropical delight! Tres Bon!"
"This is a 3 star hotel in desperate need of renovations. Note* this island is All French....staff ,restaurants etc.. very very few people speak or understand English. The perks : 1.) the front desk staff...AMAZING. Livio was awesome thank you . 2.) It is in walking distance to some great restaurants and a small casino. 3.) the small nice beach is great when raked. Other than a few glitches, over all nice stay. This place has 3 different buildings with only 3 floors on each. The one that houses the front desk and restaurant is Alpinia. The horseshoe shaped one that surrounds the pool is Hibiscus and the the other long one with no views is Ixora. See pictures Our room we booked was unavailable for the 1st night so we had room 207 in Ixora building. It was dated and need of repair with rusty pots and no view. (See pics) They said we would have the room till ours was available the next day. Well .... the other guests checked out late and they were kicking us out of our room which left us for 45 min with our luggage in the lobby. I was not happy ,the only reprieve was they upgraded us to ocean front . Room: 144 ocean front on the ground floor in the Hibiscus building. The room was a little run down but the view was AMAZING. Water pressure,really good with lots of hot water. No shampoo or conditioner in the room had to ask the maid ,just a small hand soaps with no soap dish. Hair dryer in the bedroom with a short cord and not powerful enough for thick long hair. Always looking for towels. The bed was hard with just a sheet ,had to ask for blanket ( it was ratty) oh well beggars can’t be choosers. Wifi worked best on patio not great in the room. No kettle but it had a coffee maker, a small safe. On the balcony there is a fridge , sink, stove ,and microwave. Walls are thin and can hear everything. Ground floor rooms have people walking infront to get to the play area. And you can hear the jet skis coming and going all day. The maid service was good thank you Yanna. Pool: well kept and clean ,mostly kids. Beach: beach towels you get from the front desk and change them out there as well. A lot of seaweed all week washing up on the shore it was only raked 2x. That could of made a big difference if it was done every day. The right side was smoother and easier to get in ,less rocks and shells and no dip. It was pretty calm not the clearest when I was there. Not anything to see ,not the best for snorkeling. Shower by the beach was not working always bringing sand back to the room. Beach chairs and umbrellas: are free for guests and for rent for $5.00 for others . Really busy on the weekends hard to get an umbrella for shade . I never seen anyone collecting or checking the beach . I had told the front desk 2x about the problem and nothing was done about it. Breakfast was included: It is buffet style and the same every day and if your not there by 9:15- 9:30 mostly everything is gone. You had to get a tray and put it away when you "
" Due to budget we had no choice but to chose the Canella, though the reviews were somewhat varied. We were not disappointed. We had a brillant long weekend. Our room was in fact 2 small studios each with a balcony and kitchen. The boys studio was above ours and joined indoors by staircase. Both studios looked recently renovated. The pool spotless and open until 10pm. The hotel beach is virtually private for the hotel guests as outsiders have a hard time getting to it. The water crystal clear and safe for kids, however when we were there, like many other parts of Guadeloupe at the time there were jellyfish. Not big ones. We all got stung but didn't stop us from bathing. There is a water scooter rental company on the beach too plus canoes (free for guests I believe, canoes, not water scooters). We didn't use the hotel restaurant for lunch nor dinner but preferred to walk down the road towards the casino as we’d seen several places, ended up eating fast food . Breakfast was included in our break, which was fine, however the coffee was hideous. The restaurant area is like a bird aviary, which we didn’t mind and look out for the iguanas which roam around the tables. Kids loved it. We paid for 2 nights 5 people (duplex accommodation) 300 euros. Compared to other hotels its very cheap. As we return to Guadeloupe every 2 years we’ll certainly return, especially as the music festival is be continued apparently next door to us in Le Moule :( p.s. The reception team speak English."
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