The 44 A-frame villas of La Digue's oldest hotel that dot Anse Réunion beach are fully equipped with the expected amenities of a large hotel. The simple chalets of white painted takamaka wood and thatched latanier leaves are pleasant and comfortable, but don't come here expecting elegance or pizzazz. However, with the beach just outside your front door, a large pool overlooking the sea, and great sunset views, chances are you won't spend too much time inside. A spa with
a variety of massage treatments, an on-site dive center, numerous nearby hikes, and excursions to the nearby smaller islands mean that you never need to search far to keep yourself occupied. The lodge also offers the nine-room Beach House, which can be rented in its entirety or room by room, and the Petit Village, comprised of eight attached rooms in a secluded corner of the gardens.