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La Suite - Chevalier de Saint George




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Bedroom :

People: 2

Bed: 1 Queen size 160cm / 5.25ft

Mattress: shape memory

Size: 30m2 / 98ft2

Terrace: 35m2 / 115ft2

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Large room with terrace and spa/jacuzzi - sea and mountain views - Immerse yourself in nature, with spectacular views from all sides.


This panoramic suite, with its mix of modernist design combined with the uniqueness of the Caribbean spirit, red wood frame, Scandinavian touch with a nod to the contemporary world and the Cobra movement, will charm you with its confidential atmosphere. It offers panoramic views of the sea, mountains and garden. The perfect place to relax in your private spa/jacuzzi (sleeps 2). The bathroom is elegantly decorated, with noble materials and warm colours, and includes a WC and walk-in shower.

Comfort :

Private SPA

Private SPA

Breakfast included

Breakfast included

Air conditioner

Controlled air conditioning

mosquito net

Mosquito net

free wifi 100Mb

Free WiFi 100Mb

safe for PC

Computer safe

mini bar

Mini bar

bluetooth speaker

Bluetooth speaker


Nespresso ©




Italian shower

organic shower gel

Organic almond shower gel

organic cotton towels

Organic cotton towels

hair dryer

hair dryer

snorkeling kit

Snorkeling kit

free parking

Free indoor parking

eco-labeled room

Eco-labeled room

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WHO IS CHEVALIER DE SAINT GEORGE ?  -  Heritage and History of Guadeloupe

Joseph de Saint-George was born a slave in Guadeloupe on December 25, 1739 or 1945. He is the only son of Guillaume-Pierre de Boullongne, settler and planter, and a slave Nanon. He arrived in France, landed in Bordeaux in 1753. There he received the education traditionally reserved for the aristocracy.

He boarded with Nicolas Texier de la Boëssière, master of arms. Joseph de Saint-George stands out as one of the finest fencers in Paris.

But he is above all a musician, a virtuoso violinist, a great composer and a conductor. Favorite musician of Marie-Antoinette, he became her music tutor, and was proposed as director of the Royal Opera. He had to give it up in the face of the racist bronca of the court. Nevertheless He was Mozart's rival.

From then on, he became involved in the Enlightenment movement and became the first black-skinned Freemason.

Friends of the Prince of Wales, of Condorcet close to the Duke of Orléans, he joined the National Guard after the revolution and became a colonel.

He was arrested on November 4, 1793, at Château-Thierry, suspected of royalist sympathy. Imprisoned for 11 months under terror, he was released on July 27, 1794. He was relieved of his command and dismissed from the army. From 1795 to 1797 he returned to the Caribbean on the island of Santo Domingo and would have helped Toussaint-Louverture in the Haitian revolution (1791-1802). He died on June 12, 1799, at the age of 54 of a bladder ulcer, in a state close to misery.


A second death struck him when slavery was restored in 1802. All of his musical work was erased from the repertoire.

Nevertheless, a small revenge took place in December 2001. Rue Richepanse in the 1st arrondissement of Paris (named after the general who had restored slavery in Guadeloupe on the orders of Bonaparte) was renamed to become Rue du Chevalier de Saint- George.

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