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La Guestroom - Gerty Archimède




By night

Bedroom :

People : 2

Bed : 1 Queen size 160cm / 5,25ft

Mattress : shape memory

Size: 20m2 / 66ft2

Terrace: 15m2 / 49ft2

More info :

A small, intimate room with a private terrace, furnished with tropical essences that bring a feeling of disorientation and relaxation.


This luminous room, with its minimalist, natural feel, teak furniture from sustainable forests, solid angelica wood flooring and Scandinavian touches that hint at a contemporary world and the Cobra movement, will charm you with its discreet, Caribbean-style setting. It offers a sea view through its jalousie opening and a garden view from its private terrace.

The elegantly decorated bathroom with WC and walk-in shower has a window overlooking the garden and palm trees.

Comfort :

Petit déjeuner inclus

Breakfast included


Controlled air conditioning


Mosquito net

free-wifi 100Mb

Free WiFi 100Mb

coffre fort pour PC

Computer safe


Mini bar

enceinte bluetooth

Bluetooth speaker


Nespresso ©




Italian shower

gel douche bio

Organic almond shower gel

serviettes coton bio

Organic cotton towels


hair dryer

kit plongée

Snorkeling kit

parking gratuit

Free indoor parking

chambre écolabellisée

Eco-labeled room

WHO IS GERTY ARCHIMÈDE ?  -  Heritage and History of Guadeloupe

Gerty Archimède was the first woman to be called to the bar of Guadeloupe in 1939, thus becoming the first woman lawyer in the French West Indies. In 1948, she joined the French Communist Party, which appointed her to represent it in numerous conferences around the world. . In 1980, she chaired the 7th congress of the Guadeloupe Communist Party. She was then elected deputy of Guadeloupe under the first legislature of the Fourth Republic. Member of the PCF group, she sat from November 10, 1946 to April 17, 1951. She was thus one of the first female MPs in Guadeloupe. She was also elected President of the Bar from 1967 to 1970. A museum is located at 25 rue Maurice-Marie-Claire in Basse-Terre. It is installed in the house where Gerty Archimedes lived until his death in 1980.

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