If you looking to stay in Grand Tarre this is a great choice. The sea view room had a lovely view and a very nice private balcony. Breakfast was expensive, but, was also the best coffee I had the entire trip. Maybe go for breakfast one time, get your bearings in town, and then you'd be set for the trip. I wouldn't spend all of my time here as Basse Tarre felt like it had a bit more "going on" and added a great dimension to the trip. Le Poivrier in St. Francois was a nice dinner, and the lobster fricacie at Le Zagaya was at the top of the food list. The best court bullion (though simple and probably more suited to lunch) I had on the trip was at Cafe Zig Zag in St. F.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hotel AMAUDO , built in colonial style overlooks the bay "Anse à la Barque" situated at a short distance from the city center of Saint-François. Facing the sea and surrounded by well arranged gardens, this charming hotel is a haven of peace and comfort. The overflowing pool in front of the panoramic view invites you to relax and daydream. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Amaudo Hotel St François
- Hotel Amaudo Guadeloupe/Saint Francois