Ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 Room cleanliness
3.6 Service & staff
3.6 Room comfort
3.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Viren de Sa from Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
A break for City DwellersPosted Apr 14, 2012
Pros: The location and the peaceful surroundings.
Cons: The Air-conditioner and the fact that there was no TV
Location: Within walking distance to both the supermarket or B and M store and the village center where all the activities are.
The hotel is a pleasant place to be. The staff are friendly only when approached and are quite guarded at times, though they will be there to help you even though this is mainly a family run guest house. Having no television makes it a little difficult to stay especially after seven when the sun sets and there is no life or things to do in the island. Be prepared for your air -conditioning to fail you in the middle of the night - though not always the case. But overall a good experience for though this place is away form the main village it is still in easy reach to the village center. Bikes can be rented @SCR 100 per day. The best pyart is that you can sample good creole cuisine for dinner considering that the rest of the island will be shut and dark after 8pm - So get a package that includes dinner that will start at 7pm at the hotel. It will be inexpensive to book in advance.
Not Recommendedby A verified traveler from Tarrytown, NY
Posted Mar 29, 2012 on Hotels.com
I would not give this hotel 3 stars - rather 1!!!
for Everyoneby Giovanni
Great value for moneyPosted Mar 13, 2012
Pros: Clean, Air Con
Cons: Dated furniture
Location: Good location, but if you dont like to walk, you MUST rent a bike
Don't forget how much you pay for one night and don't expect Hilton's standards. The rooms are very clean, the air conditioning works and there is hot water every day. Apart from these things who cares about the rest, you have to live your holiday outdoor in the most beautiful island in the World. Then forget about furniture conditions and other useless things. The breakfast is repetitive, but fresh. For dinner you will get traditional Creole food, very fresh and always two new options every night. Maybe you can do without it cos you can pay just 50 Seychelles Rupees, (£3) at the local take away (Traditional Creole food only) and other restaurants are not expensive.
Not Recommendedby A verified traveler from Studio City California USA
mys tay at TournesolPosted Oct 29, 2011 on Hotels.com
Value was good.. I'm not picky and don't require fancy surroundings with a pool and overpriced room, restaurtant, etc. Even thouigh I gave this place high marks, irt's based on price vs value. What did bum me out was CROWING ROOSTERS.. starting at 5 am.. incessantly, ALL DAY LONG. If I could have figured a way to take out the two roosters without getting caught, I would have. I was very glad to be leaving when I did.
Recommendedby William from UK
Basic but cleanPosted Sep 20, 2010
Simple room, no tv, no bedside lamp, pretty basic, but clean and well run, decent Creole food, friendly staff, good location.