by Kaitlin Braun
Fifteen bungalows are dotted across the grounds of this relaxing seacoast resort. Built on an old sugar refinery, the hotel combines history with beautiful nature, from its tropical garden to the nearby seashore (about a 15-minute walk). The villas come in varying sizes, with the smallest accommodating two and the largest sleeping seven; all of them feature either a kitchenette or full kitchen. Bedrooms are air conditioned.
Next to the outdoor swimming pool you’ll find Village de Menard’s restaurant and bar, where you can enjoy breakfast for an additional fee, or reserve a table for dinner. If you want to make a date night out of it, you can arrange babysitting on request. The hotel also provides baby equipment like cribs, high chairs, and even bottle warmers. Other onsite amenities include free Wi-Fi and laundry service.
Our Editor Loves
- Spacious family bungalows
- Kitchens and air conditioning
- Outdoor swimming pool
- Free Wi-Fi
by ΒΑΛΑ Α
We had bought a dog food for to feed a dog near the beach anse canot.We left it out of our door,we went to the pool and to the way back after 30 minutes it wasn't there.I said it to a guy over there in the restaurant but they didn't found it.Chef and that guy told me tommorow to go to the reception desk.Next day we had check out.I asked again and they told me maybe a dog took it.But we also had fried chicken in a box so the dog will get that food first of course.Second if it was a thief or something first he would take the masks and all the equipments for diving and not the dog food.Previous days we were feeding some cats from our food,and we thought that cleaners didn't want the cats around and so they took the food for not to feed them.I had paid for that,it was my property and from that point i changed all my mind for this hotel.The only good thing was the young guy as i said before,who tried to help us even if he doesn't speak so good english.
by Steve W
We were booked into another hotel whose refurbishment overran, hence we were transferred here. It is located in a rural area and the outlook is very pleasant. Unfortunately the restaurant and the swimming pool were closed when we arrived and without transport it is an isolated location. The young man in charge managed to find some salad and a few beers and a bottle of rum to sell to us so we were able to settle down and enjoy the evening on the porch. He also managed to arrange delivery of a hire car the next day which was a life saver. We were then able to explore the island on our last day. It is a delightful island, and we wished we had booked for more than the two days. The accommodation is basic but offers a good bed, shower and a kitchen area. We spent our evenings on the porch and enjoyed the tranquility. You must have transport here and provisions if you do not want to go out to eat. There was not much open on the island when we were there.