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Un Pied a Terre Guesthouse

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Durham, United Kingdom
Reviewed 5 January 2017

The staff at the pied-a-terre were all friendly and welcoming, transport can be arranged to-from the airport upon request. The rooms are clean and comfortable and if you are on a budget there's space out in the garden area to put up your hammock. A nice spread is provided for breakfast (with good coffee), and a guest fridge where you...

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Girona, Spain
Reviewed 16 June 2016

There aer very few cheap options in Paramaribo. This hotel is basically a wooden house with a few room you will. I had a single room on the top floor. The staff is super friendly ans helful. price: 28 €/ night.

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Stockport, United Kingdom
Reviewed 19 January 2015

we stayed for 4 nights in total, 2 either side of a trip to the rainforest. Staff friendly. Looked after our bags whilst we went away for the week. Location was ok, short walk from the centre of town. Overall, does what it says on the tin.

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Vancouver, Canada
Reviewed 17 December 2014

Great for longer stays in Parbo. It's in a residential area about a 10 to 15 minute walk from the centre. Great outdoor comon spaces with front and back patios, and a covered hammock area. Friendly and helpful staff - speak Dutch, French, English, and Spanish. They have a multi-language book exchange and good wifi. The building is very charming!

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Vichy, France
Reviewed 5 October 2014

We stayed 2 nights in this guesthouse. Cheap and clean house, and very helpful owners! Unfortunately A/C is missing and it would be very appreciable regarding the heat outside. Anyway we enjoyed our stay!

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Grand Cayman
Reviewed 17 April 2014

This is a really lovely place where you feel at home. The kitchen and dining room are fantastic and the rooms are large, airy and comfortable. There is also a lovely balcony at the front of the building where you can relax reading a book, drinking a beer or surfing the net.The wifi worked well throughout the building. The house...

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Oslo, Norway
Reviewed 20 March 2014

On my recent trip to the Guianas and Caribbean this was undoubtedly my favorite place that I stayed. Located a short walk from the centre of the city, this guesthouse is located in an original Dutch colonial building with lots of character. Owners Yayo and Fabienne were very friendly, welcoming and helpful. I really felt part of the family. I...

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Stockholm, Stockholms Län, Sweden
Reviewed 2 December 2013

The Un Pied-A-Terre has a reasonably central location with 15-20 min walk to downtown Paramaribo. The two buildings and the rooms are beautifully restored and furnished. The owners Fabienne and Yayo were super friendly and helpful and their breakfast (5 EUR) was good. On the negative side was that the rooms, at least our room (#10 in the Walaba building),...

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Paramaribo, Suriname
Reviewed 22 July 2013

I stayed at this place and had the Wanica room over looking the city; the large windows brought in fresh cool air and nights and on my bed looking out the windows was one of the best recent experiences. Yayo is an helpful and fasinting dude who is an architect restoring old homes and right now he is building his...

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Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Reviewed 8 February 2013

I stayed for 3 weeks in Un pied a Terre and it felt like home. The atmosphere is really relaxed, the colonial house is beautiful, rooms are spacious and clean, staff is super friendly. In one word: fantastic !

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“Second floor rooms are cooler than the top floor.”
KateH1313, 17 Dec 2014 | Read review
“Choose a room with AC if there is one. Moreover, make sure your mosquito nets are all right”
BengtH229, 2 Dec 2013 | Read review
“His new hotel will have a swimming pool and its right across the street.”
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