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About La Taverne

Here French cuisine shows all her worth in a unique establishment where service and dining exceed all expectations.

This luxurious setting embraces the art of French dining, perfect for truly memorable moments visiting the city of Antananarivo.

Telephone:
+261 (0) 22 202 02
Website:
http://www.hotel-lux​e-madagascar.com
Cuisine:
French
Meals:
Lunch, Dinner
Ambience:
Intimate, Traditional, Upmarket
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La Taverne is 135.2km from the centre of Madagascar , the nearest airport 383.4km (Mahajanga International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling