The adequately equipped and spacious bedrooms (323 sq ft) are housed in charming bungalows designed by a Swiss architect, which explains why they look rather like mountain chalets. Fitted with parquet flooring and painted white, the bedrooms include a television with two channels, air conditioning available for a fee (in 6 rooms only), two fans set on a chest of drawers, a large, free electronic code safe, a fridge, tea and coffee-making facilities and a telephone (no direct line). Each room has a double bed with a mosquito net and a single bed, as well as two armchairs and a bedside cabinet made of a polished takamaka (a valuable and very hard wood) which gives the place a touch of charm! Indeed, all the furniture is made of wood, including a desk and another beautiful takamaka table shaped like a polished tree trunk. The decoration is lovely, with ropes on the ceiling and a wicker bedside lamp. From your wooden terrace, there is a nice view of the islands of Ile Ronde, Petite Soeur, Grande Soeur and Marianne, so it's a pity it also takes in the grey corrugated roofs of the two rooms below. The beautiful exposed-stone bathrooms have pretty pink granite tropical showers, a toilet, a hair dryer and two bars of soap. There are two family duplexes with a lounge, an upstairs bedroom for parents and bunk beds downstairs for children. These two rooms have palm-leaf roofing, which is much nicer than the corrugated iron overhead in the other bungalows!