Attn: Betty Falcon
This hôtel de charme (boutique hotel) is a small madam-et-monsieur operation, the mom 'n' pop being the sophisticated French managers. The white, two-story buildings are of a colonial-style design and are pristine, as are the rooms and bathrooms—with white tiles a-gleaming. Although not wildly hip, guest rooms are furnished with decidedly good taste, each with a different decor. A favorite is one with walls an appealing shade of purple with a pastel-yellow
plaid chair. The ample terraces, furnished with teak, have splendid panoramic sea views that take in three islands. Breakfast is lovely, but it costs an extra €12 per person.
Anse à la Barque, St-François, Grande-Terre, 97118, Guadeloupe