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Hotel Restaurant Les Petits Saints

At a Glance

    Pros

  • reminiscent of the island guesthouses of the 1970s
  • village just down the hill
  • free Wi-Fi, including in some rooms

    Cons

  • do not expect luxury, though improvements continue
  • not the house party it was originally

Hotel Restaurant Les Petits Saints Review

This charismatic landmark inn, which draws mainly couples and families, was bought by a French couple who discovered the property while on vacation from their home in California. In the rooms, huge LED flat-screens with international channels have been added. With enviable hillside views overlooking the bay, the main building has the charm of decades past, with dormers and gingerbread fretwork. The lobby is painted in whimsical colors—white, avocado, mango, and chocolate on the window trim. The pool and deck, with its Euro-style furniture, is the hotel's center. Ham and eggs and fresh yogurt are offered at breakfast; dinner here is one of the best options on island. The hotel's driver can meet you at the ferry (no charge).

    Hotel Details

  • 3 bungalows, 3 suites, 2 studios, 2 rooms.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Closed Sept.
Updated: 03-12-2014

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