La Digue Island Lodge

Guest accommodation

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Anse Reunion La DigueSee nearby area

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Lonely Planet review

This hodgepodge of a resort comprises A-frame chalets packed rather close together as well as an atmospheric plantation house and standard rooms, some with sea views. They're all showing their age a tad but enjoy a privileged position – they're set on exotic garden areas overlooking Anse Réunion. Sunbathing is top-notch but swimming is not that enthralling, with very shallow waters and algae. Amenities are solid, with two restaurants, two bars, a dive centre and a pool.

Our independent authors have visited La Digue Island Lodge and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in La Digue.

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La Digue Island Lodge has its own diving centre and a spa on Anse Reunion Beach. A sun terrace overlooking the ocean sits by the pool with swim-up bar. Creole-style accommodation is spread among tropical gardens.

The spacious accommodation includes wooden chalets with a thatched roof, each with a view of the Indian Ocean or gardens. La Digue rooms have a balcony or terrace facing the white sand beach.

Breakfast is served in the main restaurant with a sand floor. Creole cuisine and seafood feature on the dinner menu. The pool restaurant provides snacks and the bar offers cocktails. Packed lunches can be arranged.

Fishing, snorkelling and bicycles for rent are available. The hotel can arrange boat tours and give information on walking trails.

La Digue Lodge is 500 metres from the inter-island ferry and under 3 km from Nid Aigle, the hill offering panoramic views over La Digue and other islands.

Travel information

Guests are transported from the mainland to the island of La Digue and then by bus to the hotel. Please inform La Digue Island Lodge in advance of your arrival details.

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