With a 180° view over the turquoise lagoon of Grand-Cul-de-Sac, Villa Casa Tigré sits into the cliff.
Villa Casa Tigré is extremely quiet and private. Below the level of the road, it offer great cooling breezes.
When you arrive, you can either take the few flights of stairs or use the unique elevator. After this, you will arrive on a large deck with several lounge areas and the heated pool. The pool is partially shielded from the winter trade winds.
The enormous living space is cleverly arrange into dining, seating and office space. With the kitchen on the other side, it is well designed. Three bedrooms have all wonderful sea views and the independant apartment on the lower floor has its own garden terrace overlooking the ocean. One bedroom is located on the main floor, two are located on the upper level and the apartment is on the lower floor.
Pool (4x10m) – Lounge chairs – Dining table – Elevator.
Equipped for 8 guests: Air conditioning – TV (French satellite) – Fridge – Freezer – Oven – Cooktop – Dishwasher – Microwave – Coffee maker (Regular & Espresso) – Kettle – Toaster – Blender – Wine storage.
Air conditioning – King Size Bed – TV (French Satellite) – Safe – Ipod Dock – Bathroom with shower and bath tub.
Air conditioning – Twin Beds – TV (French Satellite) – Safe – Ipod Dock – Bathroom with shower.
Air conditioning – Euro King Size Bed – TV (French Satellite) – Safe – Ipod Dock – Bathroom with shower.
Bedroom 4 (Studio)
Air conditioning – Euro King Size Bed – TV (French Satellite) – Safe – Ipod Dock – Bathroom with shower – Private terrace – Kitchen – Living room.
*Except on Sunday & Public Holiday
|Date Range||Weekly rate||Min Nights|
|Winter SeasonJan. 7th - Apr. 14th||$ 0€ 0||7|
|Summer SeasonApr. 15th - Dec. 14th||$ 0€ 0||5|
|Holidays SeasonDec. 15th - Jan. 6th||$ 0€ 0||8|
Discreet and withdrawn, you will be able to reach the beach of Marechal by crossing the hotel Guanahani which left a passage for this beach. Marechal is a little confidential and has a beautiful coconut grove.
Snorkeling is a pleasure here. However, pay attention to the current, which can be treacherous. Better to go equipped with fins.