A simple, modern decor typifies this modest bay-front property that is somewhere between a hôtel de charme (boutique hotel) and a French business hotel. From five of the nine rooms you can watch the boats at anchor sway with the tides. Sea-view rooms are just €10 more so just do it! (The beach has black sand and pebbles, but the hotel has a dive shop, so enjoy life underwater.) The other four rooms face the street, and you can expect some street noise. That annoyance is counteracted by flat-screen TVs and Internet access. Guests and nonguests alike enjoy the traditional French fare served at the 20-seat restaurant. Like the table settings, the cuisine has a Caribbean flair, but alas, now it is only open for dinner (reservation only). Note that there isn't really enough space or any children's activities to make this a good option for families. According to online reviews, guests leave happy.