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Reserve sus Bed and Breakfast y Suites 

en Guadalupe

Alojamiento para adultos. 

Cualquier reserva con niños menores de 16 años se reembolsará inmediatamente menos los gastos bancarios

LA GUESTROOM
Gerty Archimède

Small intimate room with private terrace, with furniture in tropical essences that bring a feeling of change of scenery and relaxation.

Esta luminosa estancia, de espíritu minimalista y natural, con su mobiliario de teca procedente de bosques sostenibles, su parquet de madera maciza de angélica, y un toque escandinavo, guiño al universo contemporáneo y al movimiento Cobra, te seducirá por la atmósfera de un entorno discreto con espíritu caribeño. Le ofrece una vista al mar a través de su apertura en celosías y una vista al jardín con su terraza privada.

Su baño elegantemente decorado con inodoro y ducha a ras de suelo tiene una ventana con vista al jardín y las palmeras.

Lit double baldaquin Queen (160 x 200)

20m2 + 15m2 de terrasse privée - entrée indépendante 

Tarifas según periodo, alquiler de 3 a 5 noches mínimo, para 1 ó 2 Adultos de 140 € a 225 €. Desayuno casero gourmet y completo incluido. Tasa turística de 0,80 cts por adulto y por día adicional.

QUI EST GERTY ARCHIMÈDE ?                                               Patrimonio e Historia de Guadalupe

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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