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    nawlinscouple is offline
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    One Bed one Night

    Looking for a one bed rental for one night for my son on April 11, 2020. His Villa will not be available when he arrives. Nothing too fancy or expensive.

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    andynap is online now
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    Re: One Bed one Night

    Try the Sunset Hotel or Les Mouettes


    Andy

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    stbartshopper is offline
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    Re: One Bed one Night

    Talk to/Call Odile at Gumb’s Car Rental at the airport.

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    Izzy is offline
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    Re: One Bed one Night

    Quote Originally Posted by nawlinscouple View Post
    ...April 11, 2020... Nothing too fancy or expensive.
    That is the weekend (Easter/Pâques) that beach camping is permitted... depending on how adventurous he is... beats sleeping in a car...
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    ...not entirely TIC - I know someone whose college age kids did this with some island friends one year...

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    cassidain is online now
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    Re: One Bed one Night

    Quote Originally Posted by Izzy View Post
    ...beats sleeping in a car....
    I was wondering same thing
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    ccg is offline
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    Re: One Bed one Night

    Quote Originally Posted by andynap View Post
    Try the Sunset Hotel or Les Mouettes
    For anyone who has stayed at the Sunset Hotel, where do you usually park? We are staying 1 night in May, and I am debating on taking a taxi from the airport to the hotel and getting the rental car the next day, since it looks like there is no dedicated parking.

    charlotte
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    andynap is online now
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    Re: One Bed one Night

    Quote Originally Posted by ccg View Post
    For anyone who has stayed at the Sunset Hotel, where do you usually park? We are staying 1 night in May, and I am debating on taking a taxi from the airport to the hotel and getting the rental car the next day, since it looks like there is no dedicated parking.

    charlotte
    You have a good idea. Eat at Le Repaire and walk. There is a paid lot across the street if you want to go that route.


    Andy

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    nawlinscouple is offline
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    Re: One Bed one Night

    All great ideas, following up on all (except camping)

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    ccg is offline
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    Re: One Bed one Night

    Thanks Andy. Le Repaire is our traditional 1st night, so that definitely is a positive!!

    C
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    stbartshopper is offline
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    Re: One Bed one Night

    Bon Voyage for your son.

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    KevinS is offline
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    Re: One Bed one Night

    The pay lot across from Sunset/Repaire is free between 8PM and 8AM, and I think that the 1st 30 minutes are free.

    A few other less-expensive places to try for 1 night:
    Hotel le Village (formerly Village St Jean)
    Auberge de la Petite Anse
    P’tit Morne

    Although they would rather rent for 2-3 nights minimum, he may luck into a gap night between two reservations.

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    nawlinscouple is offline
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    Re: One Bed one Night

    We are headed down on 02/23. Counting the days.......

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    ccg is offline
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    Re: One Bed one Night

    "The pay lot across from Sunset/Repaire is free between 8PM and 8AM, and I think that the 1st 30 minutes are free."

    Thanks Kevin, this helps a lot in the decision planning. I have reserved the car, so I will keep that reservation as is.

    C
    "There are no foreign lands. It is the traveller only who is foreign" Robert Louis Stevenson
    House Divided - Roll Tide War Eagle

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    Cwater is offline
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    Re: One Bed one Night

    Hotel Le Village is incredibly accommodating.

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    Eve is offline
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    Re: One Bed one Night

    We are staying at the Sunset for 2 days before Les Ilets and may taxi it til we move

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