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La Rose de Bresil

At a Glance

    Pros

  • flat-screen, satelite TV
  • free Wi-Fi even in-room
  • quality mattresses are replaced every three years

    Cons

  • no water views
  • no resort amenities.[]WiFi, satellite TV. half-board possible[]Petite Anse

La Rose de Bresil Review

Indeed, this should be called the Rose of Marie-Galante, for if there is any "address" here that would appeal to a stateside clientele, this be the place. The proprietress, Myry Dumeige is not Brazilian but rather northern European. Happily, she speaks English well, has refined taste and will tell you that she has one of the best "tables" on island. A diminutive hotel d'charme, it is just that, and you will want one of the newly-renovated, oversized rooms with an impressive kitchen. Niceties abound like the draped, four-poster beds. The dinner restaurant overlooks the pool and in addition to classic French dishes with Caribbean leanings; only fresh lobsters are served. Half-board is recommendable at 39 euro. Across the street is a superlative beach and Le Touloulu, a fab restaurant for lunch.

    Hotel Details

  • 7 rooms, two 2-bedroom suites; 1 3-bedroom suite..
Updated: 03-12-2014

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