A dazzling room featuring an Italian baroque bed and a marble console with a majestic gilded mirror and golden chairs, all shipped to far away Madagascar from Italy in the 1950s. A late 1800s bureau and an open bathroom with an ancient cast iron bathtub completes the glamorous picture. Features also include direct access to the balcony.
This is the most spacious room and offers a drawing room area. It takes its name from the flowered wallpaper and bright fuchsia wallpaper, and features antique furniture made of wood. The bathroom, with its ancient bathtub, has a stunning view of the Queen’s Palace.
The English Room
The English Room, with its gilded iron bed, flowered wallpaper and old writing desk brings to mind the time when English missionaries lived on this very same hill.
The Explorator's Room
The Explorator’s Room exposes old maps of Madagascar and is the only twin room of the hotel, featuring two carved wooden beds dating from the late 1800s and early 1900s. The bathroom, with its gilded bathtub, is located in the tower under several metres of ceiling.
The Purple Colonial Room
This spruce purple room takes its name from the iron canopy bed covered with a great mosquito net. An old dressing table serves as a desk, and it also has a large velvet armchair. A few Chinese decoration items, old and a new, remind us that the Chinese migrants have also participated in Madagascar’s history. Features also include direct access to the balcony.
West Indies Room
This room takes its name from the saffron and spicy colours, old iron bed, ancient Indian cupboard, and African frame. The room also features direct access to the terrace overlooking the city.
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