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Mylène De Creny
Lotissement Thoraille
Rivière Salée


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The newly constructed "Hibiscus" room is a spacious area measuring 15 m2. It features a comfortable air-conditioned bedroom with a 140cm bed, a wardrobe, and a color TV. The room also includes an adjoining bathroom with an elegant Italian shower.

The room offers several advantages, such as a terrace that provides breathtaking views of the sea and the countryside. Additionally, guests have access to a shared common room equipped with a table, a catering kitchen, billiards, and various games for entertainment.

To start the day off right, breakfast is served by the owners on their charming upstairs terrace.


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