Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting La Digue Island, Etoile Labrine is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its romantic environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Etoile Labrine makes it easy to enjoy the best of La Digue Island.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a refrigerator, air conditioning, and a mosquito net, and guests can go online with public wifi offered by the bed and breakfast.
Etoile Labrine features baggage storage, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts an on-site restaurant.
If you’re looking for a seafood restaurant, consider a visit to Chez Jules, Fish Trap Restaurant & Bar, or Le Bon Coin Beach Restaurant & Bar, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Etoile Labrine.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out a , such as Plantation House National Monument.
Etoile Labrine is sure to make your visit to La Digue Island one worth remembering.
After much research, we chose this hotel for my family of four. There are some positives and negatives. This hotel is well located in the middle of the island, and there are no cars. So we were picked up at the jetty. It took a while to find our transport, a golf trolley, as they were not at the dock with a sign like everyone else. We were shown our rooms fairly quickly, which was good but it was around four o'clock and we were eager to get on with touring and seeing the island. When I asked for a map of the island, I was told that I could take a picture. Really, no paper maps? Ok. We had a cabin with two separate rooms. They weren't the most modern and there were a lot of ants. One shower really didn't work, so our kids used the one in our room. But the room was clean. We were asked if we wanted to rent bikes, and we agreed. Well, after riding to Grand Anse up and down the hills and thinking that I was out of shape, I realized that it was that I had a flat tire. And another of the bikes had a seat that swiveled and one had brake issues. Don't rent from who they recommend. Also, it is not a given that there is going to be dinner served. The first night there wasn't any because enough people didn't request it. So we had to bike on dark and eerie roads at night looking for food. Again, no map. On a positive note, the woman owner is so nice and accommodating and helpful. The breakfast is very good and the grounds themself are quite lovely. The dinner we had the second night was fabulous. But here is my real gripe.. Our final morning, we went down to the beautiful beach for one last swim in paradise. When we got back, we were locked out of one of the rooms and all of our belongings were moved into the other room. What? It was shocking. The son said that because it was an hour past check out (10am) they weren't sure if we were returning and moved our things and this was standard policy. Never in all of our travels has this happened. And he charged us a late check out fee for this too! When we mentioned the erratic wifi and the ants, he told us, "Well this is a tropical island, what do you expect?" We arrived to this island with huge smiles, and unfortunately left with frowns.…
A perfect Guesthouse on La Dique, quiet and very clean with a beautiful garden, very nice breakfast and excellent diner - we enjoyed it two times, compliments to the cook, and the service was just great - no need to go to a restaurant, might be difficult to get such tasteful food for that value. We would like to thank Jamal, always being available to support and his restaurant service, for his kindness and always good mood which made the stay a remarkable one. The right place to be for a stay on this island.
Clean, comfortable rooms. Reasonable restaurant. Excellent service. Quiet location. Rental bikes aren't well maintained so, if hiring, do it yourself at one of the several depots around the jetty. Not only is that cheaper but you can check the brakes and gears and make sure the bike's right for you. Anse Source d'Argent is easily accessible but very busy. Grand Anse, also nearby, is much quieter but lacks shade. 15 minute walk north of grand anse, Petite Anse is quiet and picture perfect with some shade among the rocks at north end. 15 minute further by foot Anse Cocos has plenty of shade.
we stayed in etoile for 2 nights, on the day of our check out we had our early morning jetty so the staff made sure we aren't travelling empty stomach and provided us the breakfast early which won our hearts. Rooms were neat & clean.
The room was comfortable and surrounded by a beautiful tropical garden. To reach the center of the island you need to bike 10 minutes, but this gives the location extra quietness and charme. The restaurant, where they serve dinner on request, was delicious. Breakfast is good and abundant, could be more varied though. Everyone 's very kind and helpful. I suggest a stay!