The grand daughter and her mother running the hotel, told us about her grandfather ~ the pharmac
This is room # 11. Second floor balcony. Note the charming Thai wood carvings on the wall and t
Right across from La Savane stands this hotel; like the park, it's another landmark that's been revived in recent years. A fixture since the 1950s, it's been owned by the same caring, Martinican family since then. The guest rooms, with their wooden creole furnishings, such as four-poster beds, although not luxurious, have contemporary amenities that include flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and renovated bathrooms. A good option is one of the superior rooms (those on the third
floor are best), which have private terraces overlooking the park. The hotel's handy location means it's within walking distance to the ferry terminal, where boats leave for Dominica, Guadeloupe, and St. Lucia; and to the dock, where there are departures for Les Trois-Illets.