Although hotels and guesthouses have multiplied on the island, Grégoire's lodge remains, with its 74 rooms, the reference of La Digue on the three-star slot. Thirty of them are scattered in pleasant gardens and fourteen others are on the beach. Their triangular huts, made of takamaka wood and roofed with latan tree leaves, all have a pleasant terrace, a bathroom with shower and bathtub, and a mezzanine with a crib (at least 10 years old). Air-conditioned, they are furnished in teak and well equipped. Nine other rooms, the cheapest, are available in the famous Yellow House, this 1900s colonial house on the other side of the road. A few other rooms at intermediate prices are available in the simpler chalets of the Petit Village. Finally, the modern Plantation Beach House is intended primarily for families with its nine superior rooms.
The large swimming pool, facing the sea, overlooks the hotel's bar. Not to spoil anything, the sunset is often beautiful. Whether you enjoy it in the pool or on the beach that runs along the hotel and from which you can swim at high tide to the coral reef. For true discoverers of the Deep Seychelles, the hotel also offers diving sessions.
You can also face a fish, fork in hand... and feet in the sand, under the vast hut-restaurant, named Marmit and offering on Saturday evening a good Creole buffet, with sometimes a local folk singer.
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