We stayed there for 2 nights in February before chartering a sailboat.
The resort has low room rates, and these reflect the quality of the rooms and amenities. They were quite basic, but functional.
However PV has you once you get there. There was one restauraut, buffet style. This is very expensive, at least for North American standards. 42 Euros for a buffet dinner, where the food was quite bad. Breakfast was either 12 or 14 euros, i can't remember which. For this we got coffee, toast, cold eggs, cold sausage, and bread.
It is worthwhile to buy groceries off the hotel and prepare your meals in the kitchenette that is inside each room. As we were only staying 2 nights, we didn't do this. Also, the resort is quite far from everywhere, you will need to drive constantly.
As for the hotel amenities, there is a decent shop for anything you should need while you're there. The staff are quite friendly and helpful. The beer in the shop is 1/2 the price that you'll pay at the pool-side shack, and only 20' away. The pool was clean and a good temperature.
The beach is rocky, apparently there is a nicer one a few minutes east of the hotel. The beach was also heavily infested with sand fleas. Be warned...
Overall, it would have been worth the low room rates if we weren't forced to overpay for bad food. If i'm ever in Guadeloupe again, i'll stay elsewhere.
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