rooms designed on the first floor of the Grégoire's Complex with supermarket, away from the fee of the La Digue Lodge. Air-conditioned and well equipped (satellite TV, minibar, kettle, hair-dryer), these 30 m 2 rooms are without charm, even with paintings by Barbara Jenson, whose workshop is located close to the hotel. Some of them have a balcony and are on the street where there is always something to look at. Certainly, no sea on the horizon (one feels a little locked), but the residents of these rooms can swim in the pool of the neighbouring lodge and register for daily excursions at sea around the nearby islands. In view of the average price ratio at La Digue, it is a bit expensive for all the same, especially since the reception is very average.
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