Citotel des Messageries
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCitotel des Messageries Saintes
Very friendly hotel, interesting rooms, nice decoration! (At least I liked it. :-) )
The breakfast was satisfying, except they didn't have espresso café. The heating was also very good!
Maria & Bruno
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