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Hôtel Bellepierre
85 rooms
91 bis allée des Topazes - 97400 Saint-Denis
[email protected]
Languages spoken:French, English
Latitude:-20.8956364 ( S 20° 53’ 44” )
Longitude:55.4469061 ( E 55° 26’ 49” )

Rooms are available from 1 pm on the day of arrival. There are possibilities, for extra charge and availability, to have the room earlier at 07h.

Similarly a bathroom courtesy is available to our guests on the day of arrival if necessary.

We are located 2 km and 5 minutes by car from the city center, less than 11 km and 20 minutes by car from the airport Roland Garros, and are in the immediate vicinity of the coastal road entry West of Saint-Denis.

To find us, the easiest way is to take the direction of the Hospital or chu Félix Guyon of Saint-Denis. The hotel is located 1mn by car just above.

Beware that between 07 : 00 and 09 : 00 in the morning and afternoon between 16 : 00 and 18 : 00, Monday to Friday (excluding school holidays), traffic is very dense on all major roads.

taxis

We can arrange to order your taxis, and organize your transfers to the airport to another. Address the Reception.

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The nearest bus station is less than 200 meters from the hotel.

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Nearest airports:
  • (6 mi, 20 min)
  • (48 mi, 1h06)

The hotel has over 85 parking spaces.

For your registration, do not forget to bring you a valid id and a credit card that must correspond to each other. A magnetic card will be given to you to circulate freely in the establishment.

If you arrive early, you can leave your luggage at our deposit. You can enjoy the common room while waiting or leave to discover the surroundings.

A courtesy bathroom is also available on the day of arrival and departure on request from the reception.

Consisting of two buildings :
  • Amethyst Space and its 55 rooms : Classic Garden, Classic Ocean, Executive and Emerald Suite, with reception services, the "Concorde" Restaurant, the seminar rooms, the bar, the swimming pool, and a direct access with parking spaces,
  • Espace Beryl and its 30 rooms : Executive, Executive Premium and Diamond Suite with direct access to a second car park, the courtesy bathroom, the small gym, and connected to the Amethyst Space by a footbridge and lifts.

ACCESS TO THIRD PERSONS

The customer can not introduce in the establishment of third persons not known without reporting them. Similarly, the client can not rent the accommodation for a number of people greater than that provided by the regulations in force.

REST PERIODS

Guests are asked to respect the rest of the neighborhood. The noise, even diurnal, is forbidden. In the interest of the tranquility of the establishment, any noise must stop between 24 hours and 7 hours.

MINOR CHILDREN

The minors accompanying the customer are under his entire responsibility both inside and outside the establishment. In case of problem, the customer will have to incur civil liability.

FIRE ALARM

For reasons of safety and respect for everyone, it is strictly forbidden to smoke throughout the establishment. Any nuisance tripping of the fire alarm for non-compliance with this provision will be charged 150 € for the costs of putting back into service the fire safety system.

SECURITY

The property assumes no liability for theft, loss or damage during the client's stay. We recommend that you do not leave the bay window and door open while you are away. An individual safe is at your disposal in the room and a lock at the front door. Items left or abandoned will be given to the Housekeeper, and may be sold under the conditions provided by the law of March 31, 1896. If the customer requests the return of his business by package or mail, it will be mandatory with a follow-up and insurance for valuables. The shipment will be made after payment by the customer of shipping costs.

LONG STAY

Every week, we will present your invoice to be paid at the reception.

ELECTRICAL OUTLETS

Your room is powered by an electric current of 220 volts. We advise you to check the voltage of your devices before any connection. Adapters and transformers are at your disposal if necessary at the reception.

ACCES ROOM

Access to the room is by a magnetic card with contact. Simply slide your access card into the keyhole for a few seconds so that the light on the card goes green and you can open the door.

AIR CONDITIONER

To change the temperature and blowing of your air conditioning, use the box located on the wall of your room.

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A space and rooms have been specially arranged in the establishment to accommodate people with reduced mobility. For more information, we invite you to contact us directly.

Pets are not allowed throughout the property.

We have at our guests' disposal a room in the immediate vicinity of the Reception to store your luggage.

The Bar is open every day from 06h, and closes at the same time as the Restaurant. Drinks are served in the lounge or on the terrace.

We remind you that a correct dress is required in the restaurant, on the terrace and at the bar.

You will find in your room a bag and a cleaning sheet for your laundry. All clothing returned in the morning before 09: 00 will be returned late in the day. Note that the service is closed on Sundays and public holidays.

An individual safe is installed in the bedroom closet with all the explanations of operation.

You can deposit your mail at the Reception for sending.

We can put at your disposal iron and ironing board. Please contact the Reception.

The newspaper of the day is available to guests for breakfast. Thank you to put it back in its place after use.

A minibar is in all rooms. Drinks and other products are chargeable.

Breakfast is served as a buffet from 06h to 10h weekdays at the Restaurant, and from 06h to 10h30 on weekends.

Room service starts at 06h, with a supplement of 6 €. You will find the detailed card in the room, which you will hang outside the door of your room the evening before going to sleep.

We remind you that a correct dress is required in the restaurant and on the terrace.

The swimming pool is accessible every day from 07h to 21h(towel loan at the Reception).

To reach Reception at any time dial 9.

Rachèle is our Account Manager responsible for relations with companies, institutions, travel agencies and airlines.

You can contact her at:

The hotel restaurant, "Le Concorde", welcomes you every day from 12h to 13h45 and from 19h to 21h30 (last order).

Room service is open at the same times as the Restaurant.

We remind you that a correct dress is required in the restaurant and on the terrace.

We have a small gym open every day between 07: 00 and 21: 00.

In an exceptional setting we offer the Ruby Room, the Topaz Patio or the Deck, the Saphir and Ecrin lounges for your seminars / room rentals / banquets / buffets / cocktails.

Nelly and Jean-Claude are at your disposal for the success of all your public or private events and will offer you different formulas:

Dial 0 to get the outside line, and 9 to reach Reception.

We work with a large number of car rental companies. Please contact the Reception.

The wifi is freely accessible throughout the hotel. Simply join the network named "Hotel_BP" or "Seminiare_BP" and enter the password provided upon your arrival.

A laptop is also available in the communal lounge.

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  • The night market : the first Saturday of each month.
  • O Barachois Jazz : The 2nd Saturday of the month at Barachois. Under the starry sky, in the unique setting of the seafront, Barachois, let yourself be tempted by a jazzy invitation to 20h.
  • Bazarachois : Brocante, barter, garage sale, exchange of knowledge, this is the new appointment Barachois night, every 3rd Saturday of the month, from 19h to midnight.
  • Kabarachois : Every 4th Saturday of the month, the Kabarachois puts the krol culture in lér ! Find or discover local artists full of talent : sega, maloya, fonnkér, humor, all the ingredients are together ! Kabarachois kreol se tou katrie samdi lo me desi Barachois. Vyin taste in the kiltir kreol dann Kabarachois Kreol !
  • The parade of December 20 in the street of Paris.
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Tourist site
The capital of Réunion reveals all its treasures!

The administrative and economic capital of Réunion, Saint-Denis is also a Town of Art and History with a rich heritage, not only popular with lovers of culture and architecture but also with people who enjoy city walks. Enriched by a harmonious blend of cultures and religions, Réunion's administrative centre enjoys a pleasant location on the shores of the Indian Ocean, with its many attractions spread along the north coast of the island. Within the municipality's territory there are sixty or so listed or registered historic monuments!

In the historic centre, which runs from the famous Barachois to the superb Jardin de l'État park, there are a number of Creole houses built in the 19th century that provide a wonderful reminder of the island's prosperity during that time. A historic road in the city, the elegant Rue de Paris has some beautiful old buildings, like the Carrère house, headquarters of the Saint-Denis Tourist Office, which offers guided tours of the house; the Déramond-Barre villa, where the poet Léon Dierx was born; the Artothèque, established in a 19th-century wooden villa, which hosts contemporary art exhibitions; and the former bishops' palace, which is now home to the Léon Dierx museum of modern art. This built heritage is not only exceptional but also wonderfully restored, which is sure to win over lovers of old houses full of historical charm…

Near Rue de Paris lies the magnificent Jardin de l'État park, a listed Historic Monument which you can enjoy on a walk through the charming gardens. Founded in the second half of the 18th century by the French East India Company to use as an acclimatisation garden, this verdant place is ideal for relaxing or taking a break between two tours, with its quiet paths, shaded areas, peaceful ponds and many exotic trees. At the back of the garden stands the old legislative palace, which now houses the Natural History Museum and its rich collection dedicated to the fauna of the West Indian Ocean islands, both current and extinct.

After relaxing, the tour of Réunion's capital continues on the Avenue de la Victoire, where you can admire the neoclassical façade of the city hall, the Victory column, in memory of those who fell in the First World War, the 19th-century cathedral, a listed Historic Monument, or the charming town square named Place Leconte de Lisle, where a magnificent flamboyant tree stands. From there, you can head to the seafront for a stroll along the Barachois, a place for walking and relaxing that is very popular with the people of Réunion. Known for its cannon battery facing the Indian Ocean, this historic quarter of the city not only has a lovely sea view but also shaded gardens, a bowling pitch and a children's park. Many concerts and other events take place there all year round, like the Bazarachois, a big street market held every two months - the third Saturday of the month from 7 pm to midnight - or the night market, a sociable event with stands selling local products and other fun activities, taking place on the first Saturday of every month.

Another thing that makes Saint-Denis special is its unique blend of ethnicities and traditions, which has resulted not just in cultural and culinary diversity but also a varied religious heritage, as evidenced by the Noor-e-Islam mosque overlooking the shopping street of Rue du Maréchal Leclerc, the Chinese pagoda on Rue Sainte-Anne and the Tamil temple Shri Kali Kampal Kôvil, not far from the local market named Le Petit Marché. Offering an abundance of colours and flavours, the "small market" is open every day with its stalls full of local vegetables, exotic fruit, flavoursome spices and colourful flowers. The "big market", Le Grand Marché, is open from Monday to Saturday and is held at the corner of Rue du Maréchal Leclerc and Boulevard Lucien Gasparin. It sells crafts, mainly from Madagascar, ranging from embroidered tablecloths to inlaid wooden boxes through wicker goods.

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Its belvederes offer a superb panoramic view of Saint-Denis!

A scenic, winding road to the village of La Montagne begins in the heights of Saint-Denis. This itinerary surrounded by greenery and lush vegetation offers incredible panoramic views of Saint-Denis Bay. The Trois Bancs site, which has an orientation table and picnic area, the Quatre Canons belvedere and the La Vigie viewpoint are just a few of the places where you can admire a magnificent view of the island's capital and the Indian Ocean!

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A charming municipality renowned for its lighthouse and natural sites

A charming village on the north-east side of Réunion, Sainte-Suzanne is remarkable for having the island's last remaining lighthouse. A listed Historic Monument, the Sainte-Suzanne lighthouse, built in 1845 on Bel-Air headland, provided a reference point for sailors heading for Saint-Denis harbour. Its building was once used as a function hall and is nowadays a centre for temporary exhibitions. Just down from the Bel-Air lighthouse, walkers in search of rest and recuperation can treat themselves to an invigorating walk along the Indian Ocean, by taking the coastal path to Sainte-Marie.

Famous natural sites, like the splendid Niagara waterfall and its pleasant pool offering wonderful swimming opportunities, or the Bassin Boeuf waterfall surrounded by greenery, ideal for canyoning along the River Sainte-Suzanne, further add to the appeal of the area.

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Its Tamil temples, Dan'Tan Lontan museum, Savanna distillery, Colosse park and more.

Established along the north-east coast of Réunion Island, the town of Saint-André offers many sites for visitors to enjoy. Architecture enthusiasts should be sure to go and admire the Tamil temples with countless polychrome sculptures at Le Petit Bazar - in the town centre - and Le Colosse - in the neighbourhood of Champ Borne - or they can pay a visit to the Martin-Valliamée house, a very beautiful Creole house in the Art Deco style from the early 20th century. A listed Historic Monument, it now houses the Intercommunal Tourist Office of the East. And for a trip back in time, nothing beats a visit to the Dan'Tan Lontan museum, where many exhibits from yesteryear provide an impressive account of how daily life on Réunion has changed over the years…

When it comes to gastronomy, you can indulge to your heart's content by visiting the Roulouf vanilla plantation, a must-see attraction for anyone wanting to find out more about how the famous fragrant pod is grown and harvested. You also have the option to explore the world of sugar and rum by taking a guided tour of the Bois-Rouge sugar factory and the Savanna distillery. You'll learn all there is to know about how the island's two flagship products are made!

Meanwhile, the Colosse park will delight children and grown-ups alike, with its lake that's ideal for water sports, children's play areas and picnic kiosks. This pleasant tourist site is the venue for big events like the Lanterns festival in February, the Koloss Festival in June, or the Indian Diwali festival in October or November.

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An open-air market, marine cemetery, sandy beaches and more…

Tucked away from the wind and the sea swell, along the north-west coast of Réunion, the municipality of Saint-Paul offers a good many leisure and sightseeing opportunities to its visitors in search of a change of scene and a chance to unwind. Its vast territory indeed includes the island's most beautiful beaches. Those of Boucan Canot, L'Ermitage and Saline-les-Bains, to name but a few, will delight you with their fine sand and wonderful swimming waters! Meanwhile, sports enthusiasts can enjoy a range of water sports such as sea kayaking, sailing and snorkelling.

If you are in the area at the end of the week, don't miss the famous open-air market in Saint-Paul, which is held every Friday and Saturday morning on the seafront esplanade. Considered as one of Réunion's most picturesque markets, this colourful, flavourful event is sure to charm you, with its wonderful stands of local fruit and vegetables, spices, chilli peppers, honey and crafts. During your shopping trip, be sure to take a break and try the delicious chilli pepper sweets, samosas and other Creole specialities available there! A real treat…

Not far from there, you can take a little walk to the Saint-Paul wharf to admire the bay and the Indian Ocean, before heading to the charming Place du Général de Gaulle, located in the city centre, where you can not only see the elegant façade of the city hall but also relax near the fountain, in the shade of the trees and palms. Joggers and walkers will enjoy a trip to the Saint-Paul pond, a protected area and listed National Nature Reserve, or they might opt for a walk or run along the sea, maybe following the pleasant fitness trail in the national forest.

At the southern exit from the city, towards Saint-Gilles-les-Bains, lies the Saint-Paul marine cemetery, a particularly picturesque site and a listed historic monument. Established next to the ocean along a beautiful black sand beach, this unique place contains the graves of famous people like the poet Leconte de Lisle, the painter Arthur Grimaud or the pirate Olivier Levasseur aka La Buse (The Buzzard). Opposite the cemetery, on the other side of the main road, you can enjoy a very pleasant picnic in the Premiers Français cave park. This cavern, now closed to the public, is where the island's first French settlers are thought to have found refuge…

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One of the island's most beautiful beaches!

Located on the west coast of Réunion, between Cape La Houssaye and the seaside resort of Saint-Gilles-les-Bains, in the municipality of Saint-Paul, Boucan Canot is considered one of the island's most beautiful beaches and offers a magnificent expanse of white sand that's ideal for sunbathing. Along the beach, a pedestrian esplanade welcomes you for a moment of relaxation, with its café terraces, bars, snack bars and restaurants. A very pleasant place to take a stroll or cool off while sipping a glass of fresh fruit juice, opposite the Indian Ocean… As the sandy beach is not protected by a coral reef, a vast bathing area of eight hectares secured by anti-shark nets enables water sports enthusiasts to enjoy swimming and surfing.

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Its collections recreate the living environment of a rich Creole family in the 18th and 19th centuries
02 62 55 64 10

An old colonial property in the heights of Saint-Paul in Saint-Gilles-les-Hauts, the Villèle estate nowadays houses a museum telling the story of a rich family of colonists who shaped the history of the island in the 18th and 19th centuries. Now open to the public, the mansion that was once home to Madame Desbassayns, an iconic and controversial figure in the history of Réunion, recreates the living environment of the Desbassayns family during the dark times of slave-trading, with period furniture, historical documents and decorative art objects.

After visiting the history museum's permanent and temporary collections, the tour of the Villèle estate continues with the lush garden, the old slaves' hospital, the kitchen, the sugar factory ruins and the charming chapel, named Chapelle Pointue. This listed Historic Monument is architecturally original, shaped like a rotunda with a tall, pointed roof on top. Built in the 19th century at the request of Madame Desbassayns, it contains her tomb as well as a polychrome statue of St. Michael.

Not far from the estate, towards L'Éperon, shopaholics will find all they could wish for in the studios and boutiques of the craft village. Based on the site of an old sugar factory, this welcoming and relaxing place is sure to tempt you with its pottery, ceramics, stained glass, jewellery, clothing and other decorative objects!

Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: 09:30 AM – 12:15 AM, 01:30 PM – 05:15 PM
Wednesday: 09:30 AM – 12:15 AM, 01:30 PM – 05:15 PM
Thursday: 09:30 AM – 12:15 AM, 01:30 PM – 05:15 PM
Friday: 09:30 AM – 12:15 AM, 01:30 PM – 05:15 PM
Saturday: 09:30 AM – 12:15 AM, 01:30 PM – 05:15 PM
Sunday: 09:30 AM – 12:15 AM, 01:30 PM – 05:15 PM

Tourist site
A really beautiful view of Mafate!

Dos d'Âne, a small village in the hills around the municipality of La Possession, is the starting point for many hiking trails including the one that goes via the famous Cape Noir belvedere. Lasting around two hours, the short circular walk around the rock named Roche Verre Bouteille will first take you to the deep valley of the Galets river, before arriving at the remarkable site of the Cape Noir peak. From this marvellous belvedere, which has a kiosk and orientation table, on a clear morning you can enjoy outstanding views of the natural cirque of Mafate! Walkers then have two options: those wishing for a shorter walk can go back to the starting point the way they came (15 minutes approximately); those wishing to continue along the circuit can carry on towards the ridge, climbing up several secure metal ladders to reach the Roche Verre Bouteille, a vertical rock whose name means "Bottle Glass Rock", a reference to its bottle-like shape. An impressive trail where you can not only admire Mafate but also Dos d'Âne and the island's west coast…

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Famous seaside resort on Réunion

A renowned holiday resort on the west coast of Réunion, Saint-Gilles-les-Bains attracts a good many tourists in search of relaxation, leisure and entertainment. Boasting many shops, restaurants, bars and nightclubs, this lively seaside resort in the municipality of Saint-Paul indeed has plenty to offer fans of shopping and nightlife! It is also a delight for holidaymakers and water sports enthusiasts, with its Roches Noires beach with golden sand, pleasant seafront that's ideal for a stroll, its marina where many people come to fish with pole and line, and its famous Réunion Aquarium. Popular with children and grown-ups alike, it has five exhibition areas displaying wildlife from the lagoon and coral reefs, ranging from fish to sharks, through corals, lobsters and seahorses.

In Saint-Gilles-les-Bains, you can also take a stroll in a wonderful English-style landscaped garden of two-and-a-half hectares, the Jardin d'Éden park, home to around 700 tropical plant species! A haven of peace and tranquillity that's ideal for relaxation, where bamboo, palm trees, cactus and other rare or native plants thrive…

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An ideal place for relaxation and swimming, surrounded by greenery…

Four kilometres west of Saint-Benoît's town centre is the starting point for a scenic walk lasting around fifteen minutes, along a path lined with bamboo and ferns. With crosses and small oratories dotted along the way, this sloping trail leads to a much-loved green place: the Bethléem islet. As a place of pilgrimage with its chapel, it draws many pilgrims every Christmas, and it also attracts people looking to relax, with its majestic century-old lychee tree, stony beach and peaceful river. Indeed, this is a favourite spot among Réunion locals, for a picnic with family and friends, or sunbathing and swimming in the River Marsouins! Canyoning, kayaking and fishing are also available for water sports fans to enjoy.

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A heritage gem of Réunion's east coast
Cité la Source, Sainte-Anne
02 62 12 07 45

Located to the south of the town of Saint-Benoît, the Church of St. Anne, a listed Historic Monument since 1982, is remarkable for having been decorated between 1921 and 1946 by Father Daubenberger, his parishioners and the children from Sunday school. The countless floral patterns, gargoyles and cherubs that adorn the building's façade create a unique Baroque look! Inside, the multi-coloured Chapel of St. Theresa is very eye-catching… This exceptional place was also used as a location in 1968 for the wedding scene in François Truffaut's film Mississippi Mermaid.

Not far away, opposite the ocean, by the side of the road towards Saint-Benoît town centre, stands the beautiful oratory of Our Lady of Lourdes, surrounded by greenery.

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This verdant territory is the most accessible of all the cirques on Réunion

Located in the Hauts de Saint-André, to the north-east of the island, the Salazie cirque is not only the most verdant but also the most accessible of all the cirques on Réunion. A UNESCO World Heritage Site like its neighbours Mafate and Cilaos, this unspoilt territory with a humid climate and abundant vegetation has many waterfalls among its mountainous ramparts. The most impressive is indisputably that of the "Bride's Veil" (Voile de la Mariée), an immense waterfall that splits into several small ones, which you can admire from the road between Salazie and Hell-Bourg! The climatic conditions of Salazie also make it ideal for growing chayote, known locally as chouchou, the famous vegetable belonging to the Cucurbitaceae family that people on Réunion particularly enjoy in a gratin, and which you can sample in many local restaurants… In fact, a chouchou festival takes place every June in Hell-Bourg, an event full of flavours and activities celebrating the local emblem.

A haven of peace and greenery, the Salazie cirque invites you to explore its lush landscapes, during a hike on its marked paths or a bicycle or car trip along its peaceful little roads among the vegetation. As well as its magnificent unspoilt environment, this flagship destination of Réunion National Park also boasts a remarkable built heritage, as evidenced by the Hell-Bourg islet, a magnificent little village listed among France's most beautiful villages, which still have some lovely Creole houses with colourful façades that were built during its heyday as a spa destination. The superb Folio house is open to visitors and is sure to delight you with its refined style and charming tropical garden!

Heritage enthusiasts will also want to stop at Grand Îlet, a village perched at an altitude of around 1,100 metres, where the flagship edifice is the splendid Church of St Martin, a listed Historic Monument whose walls are covered with tamarind shingle. From there you can travel along the Bélier road, a beautiful itinerary through the Hauts forest that will guide you all the way to the Col des Boeufs car park, the starting point for the famous walking trail to the Mafate cirque.

To enjoy magnificent views over the Salazie cirque, hikers should be sure to take the footpath between Hell-Bourg and the Bélouve plateau (medium difficulty - 600 metres change in altitude - 3h30 return trip). The efforts made during the ascent will be rewarded upon arrival by an exceptional panoramic view of the verdant Salazie cirque and the famous Piton des Neiges. There is also a particularly well-landscaped esplanade where you can take a well-deserved picnic break!

The hike to the Anchaing Piton departing from the Îlet à Vidot (medium difficulty - 750 metres change in altitude - 4h30 return trip), not recommended for people prone to vertigo, will reveal fabulous viewpoints over the whole Salazie cirque…

Departing from Hell-Bourg, a lovely and pleasant walk (medium difficulty - 600 metres in altitude - 4-hour circuit) will enable you to discover not only the Manouilh spring but also a majestic cryptomeria forest!

Tourist site
An awareness-raising, research and treatment centre for these protected species
46 Rue General de Gaulle
02 62 34 81 10

Located by the seaside on the west coast of Réunion, at the north exit of the town of Saint-Leu, the Kélonia site is not just a place for raising awareness of the environment and sea turtles; it is also a research and treatment centre for these protected species. At the centre, sick or injured turtles are cared for before being released into the ocean once they have recovered.

Open to visitors, the sea turtle observatory has a three-part museum trail for you to follow: the Discovery area, where you can see the various environments inhabited by these marine reptiles during the course of their biological cycle, and admire several species of sea turtles in a huge open-air pool; the Confrontation room, where the exhibition documents the close links between human societies and sea turtles in different eras and places; and the Future area, equipped with multimedia and interactive displays, addressing the issue of how to preserve these endangered species and their habitats.

For a scenic way to round off your visit, be sure to go up to the top of the observation tower. From there you will have a lovely view of Kélonia's pools and the Bay of Saint-Leu! Before leaving the area, you can also pay a visit to the centre's gift shop selling local craft items.

Opening times:

Monday: 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Sunday: 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM

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A wonderful plant sanctuary…
2 Rue du Pere Georges
02 62 24 92 27

In the heights of Saint-Leu, at Les Colimaçons, lies a wonderful estate devoted to plant life on Réunion. In this haven of peace and tranquillity, full of native plants and other rare species, you can enjoy a pleasant walk to discover some exceptional plant collections. The Coffee Bushes collection, Bamboo Ravine collection, Historical Plants collection, Orchard collection, Réunion collection, Succulents collection, Palm Trees collection, and Orchids and Ferns collection boast a range of remarkable plants that you can admire in the different parts of the estate! Lovers of built heritage also have the opportunity to visit a delightful Creole house that once belonged to the Marquis de Chateauvieux.

Guided tours of the Réunion, Orchard and Historical Plants collections are also available for all those who want to find out more about these three botanical areas.

Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Sunday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM

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This vast lake is surrounded by lush greenery

In the municipality of Saint-Benoît, heading towards La Plaine-des-Palmistes, lies an exceptional natural site, the Grand Étang, which is reached by walking for around twenty minutes along a pleasant path. Surrounded by tall basalt ramparts, this lake of 50 hectares, supplied by rain water and several waterfalls, enjoys a wonderfully peaceful, green setting full of lush, unspoilt plant life… This particularly relaxing spot is an ideal place to rest and recuperate, and you can explore it by following a path around the lake of about 4 kilometres. More motivated walkers on the trail will enjoy a little half-hour detour to go and admire the majestic Bras d'Annette waterfalls that pour into the Grand Étang! It should however be noted that the lake can sometimes be dry during droughts or flooded during heavy rain…

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This village, listed as one of the most beautiful in France, nestles at the heart of the famous, verdant cirque of Salazie

Listed as one of the most beautiful villages in France, the charming islet of Hell-Bourg nestles right at the heart of the famous, verdant cirque of Salazie, in the centre of Réunion. This high-altitude village, where it is a little cooler than on the coast, not only enjoys a pleasant climate but also a magnificent, unspoilt mountain environment, ideal for hiking.

Hell-Bourg also boasts some pretty Creole houses, as evidenced by the picturesque, colourful façades of the shopping street, Rue du Général de Gaulle... The village owes its delightfully quaint charm to its status as a former spa resort, which sadly ceased its activities in the mid-20th century following a cyclone and landslides. Some very beautiful houses still remain from this period of splendour, like the famous Folio house, but also the relics of the old thermal baths by a small river, just down from the village. A very pleasant, green site, accessible via a pretty, sloping path which walkers in search of peace and quiet will particularly appreciate when taking a short rest…

One of the finest examples of Hell-Bourg's heritage, the colonial-style Folio house and its tropical garden are incontestably worth a visit. During the guided tour, as well as its refined atmosphere and traditional Creole furniture, you will see a very beautiful, lush garden and a very charming fountain and guétali (a traditional kiosk-like construction).

For lovers of walking, there are many hiking opportunities in the area. One of the nicest hikes is the one to the Bélouve plateau. Your efforts during the ascent with a 600-metre change in altitude will be rewarded upon arrival by a superb panoramic view of the natural cirque of Salazie and the famous Piton des Neiges. A very well-designed belvedere where you can enjoy a well-deserved picnic break!

Tourist site
Learn about the history of Réunion cane sugar on this old industrial site
6 Allée des Flamboyants, Piton Saint-Leu
02 62 34 59 60

Based in an old sugar factory in the municipality of Saint-Leu, the Stella Matutina Museum, which has been awarded the Musée de France label, tells the story of sugar cane cultivation and the sugar industry on Réunion in its various exhibition areas. Fully rehabilitated and reopened to the public in June 2015, this industrial site converted into a cultural destination offers a remarkable journey through the history of sugar on the Bourbon island. On a visit to this most interesting attraction, you can learn all about the world of sugar, from the development of sugar technology to the secrets of sugar manufacturing, through the importance of this industry to Réunion society…

The Stella Matutina site also contains an auditorium with 400 seats, a 4D cinema, a documentation centre, educational areas, a temporary exhibition room, and a gift shop selling local crafts.

Opening times:

Monday: 01:00 PM – 05:30 PM
Tuesday: 09:30 AM – 05:30 PM
Wednesday: 09:30 AM – 05:30 PM
Thursday: 09:30 AM – 05:30 PM
Friday: 09:30 AM – 05:30 PM
Saturday: 09:30 AM – 05:30 PM
Sunday: 09:30 AM – 05:30 PM

Tourist site
An exceptional viewpoint of the Mafate cirque!

Accessible from the Le Guillaume district in Saint-Paul via a long, winding road, the belvedere on the Piton Maïdo peak is a must-see sight on the island of Réunion. Perched at an altitude of 2,205 metres, this impressive cliff-edge balcony not only offers an exceptional view of the famous natural cirque of Mafate and its dizzying ramparts, but also a magnificent view of the island's west coast! To fully appreciate these unique landscapes, you must get there early in the morning, before the clouds come in…

As you go back down towards Le Guillaume, you can take a short break at one of the many picnic kiosks along the roadside, some of which even enjoy direct views of the coastline and the Indian Ocean!

Tourist site
Paradise for hikers!

Spanning 105,447 hectares, Réunion National Park covers 42% of the island's surface and contains exceptional UNESCO World Heritage Sites, like the majestic cirques of Cilaos, Mafate and Salazie, as well as the famous Piton des Neiges peak and the Piton de la Fournaise volcano.

As well as its remarkable landscapes featuring peaks, cirques and ramparts, this unspoilt territory has fauna and flora that are unique in the world, with around 230 native plant species and endangered rare birds, such as the Mascarene Petrel, the Réunion Cuckooshrike (or Tuit-tuit), Barau's Petrel (known locally as Taille-vent), and the Réunion Marsh Harrier (or Papangue), the island's only raptor.

To discover the biodiversity and other countless marvels of Réunion National Park, nothing beats a hike with family and friends! One of the island's most popular activities, this sporty activity much loved by Réunion locals is a way to enjoy natural sites of outstanding beauty which are often only accessible by walking, like the Mafate cirque and the Piton des Neiges. Around 1,000 kilometres of paths are available to lovers of country walks, who are spoilt for choice here when it comes to practising their favourite hobby. Bélouve Gîte - Trou de Fer Belvedere (3-hour return trip - easy); Col des Boeufs pass - La Nouvelle (4h30 return trip - easy); Bellecombe Pass - Dolomieu Crater (5-hour return trip - quite difficult) and Cilaos - Piton des Neiges (8-hour return trip - difficult) are just some of the remarkable trails that you can explore during a stay on Réunion.

The Park House (Maison du Parc) in La Plaine-des-Palmistes is open to visitors and invites you to discover its permanent exhibition entitled "Réunion, island of nature, heart of people", about Réunion's natural environment, as well as its pleasant gardens with native plant species.

Tourist site
A very beautiful itinerary through the Hauts area of the island

In the Hauts area of the island, between Saint-Paul and Les Avirons, is a beautiful forest itinerary stretching for around 30 kilometres and connecting the Maïdo road with the Tévelave road. Lined by Tamarinds as its name implies, this pleasant little road through the Hauts forest is the starting point for several hiking circuits in the countryside. Those who enjoy lunching in the open air will also be thrilled, as the approach to this magnificent road trail is dotted with picnic tables. An ideal setting in the leafy heart of Réunion, to rest and recuperate or enjoy a walk with family and friends!

Tourist site
A haven for hikers and other nature-lovers…

A true gem in the Hauts of Réunion, located in the municipalities of Saint-Paul and La Possession, Mafate has the particularity of being the only cirque on the island to be accessible only by foot or by helicopter. A listed UNESCO World Heritage Site like its neighbours Cilaos and Salazie, this exceptional, unspoilt territory protected from the nuisance of motor traffic is home to incredible biodiversity, full of native species. A haven for hikers and other nature-lovers, with around 180 kilometres and landscaped paths, this haven of peace and tranquillity, surrounded by dizzying ramparts, will leave you with unforgettable memories… A totally unique place where you can not only admire fantastic wild landscapes, but also meet the residents of Mafate, of which there are around 750 inhabiting the nine islets of the cirque. This adventure will be even more unforgettable if you spend the night there, in one of the gîtes with tables d'hôte dining. A great opportunity to socialise and also appreciate the very special, serene atmosphere of the area…

Several walks of varying lengths and levels of difficulties provide access to the heart of the Mafate cirque. The most classic and easiest itinerary (4h30 return trip - 700 metres change in altitude) starts at the Col des Boeufs, accessible from Salazie, leading to the islet of La Nouvelle, the most populated village of Mafate, via the magnificent and mysterious Tamarind Plain full of twisted trees. Popular with walkers looking for a place to stop for lunch or for the night, the village of La Nouvelle will delight you with its little wooden chalets, charming church, scenic grassy paths and idyllic environment.

You can also go to Mafate from Cilaos, taking the uphill path to the Col du Taïbit pass (3 hours' ascent - 800 metres change in altitude - difficult), an itinerary best travelled in the early morning, before the clouds come along and obstruct your view… Once you reach the pass, the effort exerted on the way up is rewarded by an exceptional panoramic view, not just over the Cilaos cirque but also over Mafate! After a well-deserved short break, the hike continues downhill (1-hour walk) to the islet of Marla, a charming little hamlet surrounded by pastures nestled at the foot of the Grand Bénare, at 1,645 metres in altitude, where you can stop at a snack bar or spend the night in one of its gîtes or B&Bs. From there, you can go to the famous Three Rocks (Trois Roches) site, by taking a steep path going down along the Galets river. Located halfway between Marla and the islet of Roche Plate, this unique natural site will impress you with its three large basalt blocks and its beautiful waterfall plunging into a deep chasm. An exceptional place, but also a hazardous one, so care must be taken! You then have several options: return to Marla or go to the islet of Roche Plate or La Nouvelle, where there are many paths waiting for you to discover the countless natural riches and little villages of Mafate, like the islet of Les Orangers, the islet of Malheur or Aurère!

Tourist site
Walks and picnics in store!

A vast, green territory that once provided refuge for fugitive slaves known as "les marrons", the Tévelave forest in the hills around Les Avirons offers walking fans some very scenic footpaths, like the Tamarinds Path or the Workers' Path. The Papangues observatory, deep in the heart of nature, will delight all those looking to spot the famous Réunion Marsh Harrier, the only nesting raptor native to Réunion...

Surrounded by beautiful plant varieties, the Tévelave forest road is also lined with picnic kiosks, which are perfect for a day out with the family! Those who enjoy lunching outdoors will also have the option to stop at the picnic area in the small village of Tévelave, a very pleasant site which has a snack bar and pétanque pitch.

Tourist site
An unspoilt territory ideal for hiking

In the heights of Hell-Bourg, at 1,500 metres in altitude, lies a vast plateau covered in a magnificent, unspoilt forest. Protected by Réunion National Park and listed as a biological reserve, Bélouve primary forest is home to many native species like the fanjan tree fern, the Hauts tamarind and a number of orchids. Accessible by car via a road through Bébour forest, departing from the village of La Plaine-des-Palmistes, or on foot along a craggy path from the islet of Hell-Bourg, this wonderful area is particularly suitable for hiking.

As well as being able to enjoy its lovely tamarind grove, as well as a quantity of exotic plants lining the roads and paths, you can also take the famous marked trail to the Trou de Fer belvedere, a particularly unspoilt place where on a fine day you can admire an impressive waterfall rushing down the middle of a canyon covered in greenery. To get there, you will need to walk for around 3 hours there and back, starting from the Bélouve gîte. A very beautiful trail through the heart of the luxuriant primary forest, where caution is advised as the path can become slippery and muddy after rain.

Lovers of scenery will also enjoy a trip to the Bélouve esplanade, a particularly well-landscaped site with a picnic area and orientation table, with truly exceptional panoramic views of the Salazie cirque and the Piton des Neiges! Not far from there, anyone wanting to learn more about the history of the old forest cable car and the Hauts tamarind grove can visit the permanent exhibition entitled "Bélouve the great legacy, legacy of the people". Meanwhile, the Somin Tamarin, a sightseeing path within the tamarind grove dotted with signs and interactive terminals, accessible to people with reduced mobility and sight-impaired people, is an ideal way to discover the local flora!

Tourist site
This characterful village contains many typical Creole cottages

Located in the south of Réunion, between Le Bras de la Plaine and Le Bras de Cilaos, the characterful village of L'Entre-Deux, which remained unspoilt for a long time due to being hard to access, has preserved a number of typical Creole cottages known as cases créoles. To discover them, a map of a Creole house circuit is available from the Tourist Office. There is also a guided tour of 1h30 for built heritage enthusiasts. And for a little rest after touring the village's delightful homes, what could be nicer than a short stop by the beautiful arboretum full of native tree varieties, located near the Tourist Office…

This charming, green holiday resort in the Hauts area of the island is also known for its crafts and in particular weaving giant cabuya, a succulent plant from the agavaceae family that is known locally as choca. This traditional activity, which is still kept alive in L'Entre-Deux, is honoured every July at the Choca Festival, with a programme of craft demonstrations and giant cabuya-based dishes!

Tourist site
An awesome viewpoint over the Cilaos cirque and the Piton des Neiges…

In the heights of Saint-Louis, starting from the charming village of Les Makes (where the astronomic observatory is based), there is a scenic forest road of ten or so kilometres that will take you to the famous natural belvedere of Fenêtre des Makes, at 1,587 metres in altitude. Once you arrive by the roadside, you can enjoy an awesome panoramic view of the Cilaos natural cirque, the Piton des Neiges and the Grand Bénare! For a nice, clear view, you must be sure to visit on a clear day, preferably early in the morning before the clouds arrive…

While the Fenêtre des Makes is particularly popular with lovers of beautiful scenery, it also delights hikers as the site is a starting point for many footpaths.

Going back down towards the village of Les Makes, you can take a break and enjoy lunch in one of the very scenic picnic areas dotted along the roadside!

Tourist site
This spa resort on Réunion enjoys an exceptional setting!

Nestled at the heart of a magnificent cirque, at around 1,200 metres in altitude, the spa resort of Cilaos not only enjoys an exceptional environment but also a pleasant climate and plenty of sunshine. Accessible via a narrow, winding road with no fewer than 400 bends, this pretty little town in the Hauts area of the island lies at the foot of the famous Piton des Neiges.

The ideal starting point for a hike to the nearby beauty spots, Cilaos also has many shops, restaurants and accommodation that make it a popular stopover for visitors and ramblers.

With its spa offering well-being and fitness treatments, Réunion's only spa resort is also popular with fans of relaxation and hikers who come to unwind after a long walk, like the tough ascent of the Piton des Neiges! Specialising in the prevention and treatment of rheumatism and digestive disorders, as well as hydrotherapy services, the Cilaos thermal baths also offer complementary treatments such as a sauna, Turkish bath, manual relaxation and seaweed body wraps.

Not far away, heading back towards the city centre, you can stop by the beautiful Church of Our Lady of the Snow (Notre-Dame-des-Neiges) and its charming floral garden, before going for a stroll along Rue du Père Boiteau, a lively place dotted with shops and restaurants. For a spot of shopping, head to the small covered market that not only sells the cirque's most famous specialities, such as wine, sparkling water and Cilaos lentils, but also spices and macerated rums. To stock up on fresh fruit and vegetables, regional produce and craft items, bear in mind that there is a great outdoor market every Sunday morning on Rue des Écoles.

Before setting off for a hike in the area around the town, you can also visit the Cilaos Wine Cellar and its House of Wines, an essential place to go for anyone wanting to learn more about this vineyard and its production. Or you can discover the House of Embroidery, where you can admire some beautiful examples of traditional embroidery, with skills passed on down the generations. The pleasant pond of Mare à Joncs, not far away, is ideal for a little family outing: pedalo, kayak and electric boat rides will delight children and grown-ups alike!

Anyone passing by in October should be sure not to miss the lentil festival that takes place during the harvest every year. During this celebratory event, the famous pulse from the Cilaos cirque is honoured with exhibitions, lectures, entertainment, tastings and a gastronomy competition.

Tourist site
A superb area in the Hauts area of Réunion, famous for its water, lentils and wines!

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, like its neighbours Mafate and Salazie, Cilaos cirque is an exceptional backdrop for the spa resort of the same name that nestles at the heart of this unique place. Located in the heights of Saint-Louis, at the foot of the famous Piton des Neiges, this unspoilt territory belonging to Réunion National Park is a delight for lovers of nature, hiking and canyoning.

Accessible via the famous road with 400 bends, a superb route of thirty kilometres which is both narrow and winding, the pleasant little town of Cilaos, not only known for its spas with healing powers, but also for its lentils, wines and sparkling water, welcomes you for a relaxing gourmet break.

Boasting a wide range of shops, restaurants and accommodation, the resort is an ideal starting point for a walk in the surrounding natural sites. The ascent of the Piton des Neiges (difficult - 8-hour return trip - 1,700 metres change in altitude), the climb up the Taïbit pass (difficult - 4h30 return trip - 800 metres change in altitude), the Sources path (easy - circular walk of 1h30) or the path to the Bras Rouge waterfall (quite easy - 2h30 return trip) are just some of the fabulous hikes you can enjoy in the vicinity of the town of Cilaos. The ones to the Piton des Neiges and the Taïbit pass offer magnificent views of the Cilaos cirque! These fantastic landscapes are best admired early in the morning, before the clouds come along… Less athletic visitors can settle for a trip to the Roche Merveilleuse belvedere, a site easily accessible to tourists with a splendid panoramic view of Cilaos and its mountain cirque. To enjoy another beautiful viewpoint, you should head to Îlet à Cordes, a charming hamlet known for lentil-growing, located 9 kilometres south-west of the town.

The Irénée Accot spa in the hills around the resort of Cilaos, will delight anyone who loves to be pampered, as well as those wishing to unwind after an energetic hike. Hydrotherapy treatments, manual relaxation, seaweed body wraps and sessions in the sauna or Turkish bath are among the benefits that are sure to leave you feeling relaxed!

To stock up on fresh produce and other local specialities, head to the outdoor market held every Sunday morning on Rue des Écoles, in the town centre. The ideal place to buy supplies of wine or lentils from Cilaos! Food-lovers should not miss the famous lentil festival that takes place every October at harvest time. A celebratory event dedicated to the famous pulse, with a series of exhibitions, lectures, entertainment, tastings and a gastronomy competition.

Saint-Denis
The capital of Réunion reveals all its treasures!
La Montagne road
Its belvederes offer a superb panoramic view of Saint-Denis!
Sainte-Suzanne
A charming municipality renowned for its lighthouse and natural sites
Saint-André
Its Tamil temples, Dan'Tan Lontan museum, Savanna distillery, Colosse park and more.
Saint-Paul
An open-air market, marine cemetery, sandy beaches and more…
Boucan Canot beach
One of the island's most beautiful beaches!
Villèle history museum
Its collections recreate the living environment of a rich Creole family in the 18th and 19th centuries
Cape Noir belvedere
A really beautiful view of Mafate!
Saint-Gilles-les-Bains
Famous seaside resort on Réunion
Bethléem islet
An ideal place for relaxation and swimming, surrounded by greenery…
The Church of St. Anne
A heritage gem of Réunion's east coast
The Salazie cirque
This verdant territory is the most accessible of all the cirques on Réunion
Kélonia, the sea turtle observatory
An awareness-raising, research and treatment centre for these protected species
Réunion Botanical Garden
A wonderful plant sanctuary…
Grand Étang
This vast lake is surrounded by lush greenery
Hell-Bourg
This village, listed as one of the most beautiful in France, nestles at the heart of the famous, verdant cirque of Salazie
The Stella Matutina Museum
Learn about the history of Réunion cane sugar on this old industrial site
The Maïdo belvedere
An exceptional viewpoint of the Mafate cirque!
Réunion National Park
Paradise for hikers!
The Tamarinds forest road
A very beautiful itinerary through the Hauts area of the island
Mafate cirque
A haven for hikers and other nature-lovers…
The Tévelave forest
Walks and picnics in store!
Bélouve forest and the Trou de Fer
An unspoilt territory ideal for hiking
L'Entre-Deux
This characterful village contains many typical Creole cottages
The Fenêtre des Makes belvedere
An awesome viewpoint over the Cilaos cirque and the Piton des Neiges…
Cilaos
This spa resort on Réunion enjoys an exceptional setting!
The Cilaos cirque
A superb area in the Hauts area of Réunion, famous for its water, lentils and wines!
Library
52, Rue Roland Garros - Saint-Denis
Library
11, Rue de l'Europe - Saint-Denis
02 62 94 28 88
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Thursday: 01:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Saturday: 10:30 AM – 06:00 PM
Sunday: 02:00 PM – 05:00 PM

Bibliothèque Départementale de la Réunion
Library in Saint-Denis
Médiathèque François Mitterrand
Library in Saint-Denis
Club
8 avenue de la Victoire - Saint-Denis
Club
32 Rue Compagnie, Saint Denis de la Réunion
02 62 52 57 88
Opening times:

Monday: 08:00 AM – 02:00 AM
Tuesday: 08:00 AM – 02:00 AM
Wednesday: 08:00 AM – 02:00 AM
Thursday: 08:00 AM – 02:00 AM
Friday: 08:00 AM – 02:00 AM
Saturday: 08:00 AM – 02:00 AM
Sunday: 08:00 AM – 02:00 AM

Cinema
53, Rue Juliette Dodu - Saint-Denis
02 62 21 08 62
Club
14 Rue de l'Amiral Lacaze, Saint Denis
06 92 28 18 18
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: 12:00 AM – 00:30 AM
Wednesday: 12:00 AM – 00:30 AM
Thursday: 12:00 AM – 05:00 AM
Friday: 12:00 AM – 05:00 AM
Saturday: 06:00 PM – 05:00 AM
Sunday: Fermé

Amusement park
1, Route Digue - Sainte-Clotilde
Cinema
14, Rue de l'Amiral Lacaze - Saint-Denis
02 62 41 18 08
Casino
1-8, Place Sarda Garriga - Saint-Denis
02 62 41 33 33
Club
18, rue de Nice, St Denis de la Réunion
02 62 30 72 02
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: 11:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 06:00 PM – 00:00 AM
Wednesday: 11:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 06:00 PM – 00:00 AM
Thursday: 11:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 06:00 PM – 02:00 AM
Friday: 11:00 AM – 02:00 PM, 06:00 PM – 02:00 AM
Saturday: 06:00 PM – 02:00 AM
Sunday: Fermé

Cinema
51, Rue Michel Ange - Sainte-Marie
02 62 90 22 90
Opening times:

Monday: 10:00 AM – 11:30 PM
Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 11:30 PM
Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 11:30 PM
Thursday: 10:00 AM – 11:30 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM – 11:30 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 11:30 PM
Sunday: 10:00 AM – 11:30 PM

Le First
Club in Saint-Denis
O Bar
Club in Saint-Denis-de-la-Réunion
Cinéma Ritz
Cinema in Saint-Denis
Mahé Labourdonnais
Club in Saint-Denis
Aquanor
Amusement park in Sainte-Clotilde
Ciné Lacaze
Cinema in Saint-Denis
Casino de St-Denis
Casino in Saint-Denis
Le Ti.Coz
Club in Saint-Denis-de-la-Réunion
Cinépalmes
Cinema in Sainte-Marie
Park
9, Rue Malartic - Saint-Denis
02 62 30 02 19
Opening times:

Monday: 06:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Tuesday: 06:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Wednesday: 06:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Thursday: 06:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Friday: 06:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Saturday: 06:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Sunday: 06:00 AM – 06:00 PM

Park
Rue des Poivriers - Saint-Denis
06 92 83 05 77
Opening times:

Monday: 06:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Tuesday: 06:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Wednesday: 06:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Thursday: 06:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Friday: 06:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Saturday: 06:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Sunday: 06:00 AM – 10:00 PM

Jardin de l'État
Park in Saint-Denis
Parc de la Trinité
Park in Saint-Denis
Bowling
9, Boulevard Vauban - Saint-Denis
02 62 41 56 27
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: 05:00 PM – 00:00 AM
Wednesday: 02:30 PM – 00:00 AM
Thursday: 05:00 PM – 00:00 AM
Friday: 05:00 PM – 02:00 AM
Saturday: 02:30 PM – 02:00 AM
Sunday: 02:30 PM – 00:00 AM

Bowling City
Bowling in Saint-Denis
Culture
Entertainment
Relaxation
Sports
Post office
30B, Rue de la Source - Saint-Denis
La Poste
Post office in Saint-Denis
Tourist office
14, Rue de Paris - Saint-Denis
02 62 41 83 00
Opening times:

Monday: 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Sunday: Fermé

Office de Tourisme Intercommunal Nord Réunion
Tourist office in Saint-Denis
Supermarket
35, Allée des Topazes - Saint-Denis
02 62 30 87 67
Opening times:

Monday: 08:30 AM – 08:00 PM
Tuesday: 08:30 AM – 08:00 PM
Wednesday: 08:30 AM – 08:00 PM
Thursday: 08:30 AM – 08:00 PM
Friday: 08:30 AM – 08:00 PM
Saturday: 08:30 AM – 08:00 PM
Sunday: Fermé

Wine merchant
35 avenue de la victoire - Saint-Denis
Score Bellepierre
Supermarket in Saint-Denis
Cave de la Victoire
Wine merchant in Saint-Denis
Petrol station
41 boulevard Lacaussade - Saint-Denis
Petrol station
29, Boulevard de la Providence - Saint-Denis
02 62 31 85 93
Opening times:

Monday: 06:30 AM – 08:00 PM
Tuesday: 06:30 AM – 08:00 PM
Wednesday: 06:30 AM – 08:00 PM
Thursday: 06:30 AM – 08:00 PM
Friday: 06:30 AM – 08:00 PM
Saturday: 06:30 AM – 08:00 PM
Sunday: 06:30 AM – 07:00 PM

Parking
Allée de la Forêt - Saint-Denis
Station-Service Total
Petrol station in Saint-Denis
Station-Service Total Providence
Petrol station in Saint-Denis
Parking au Départ Sentier onf
Parking in Saint-Denis
Bus station
5-9, Allée des Saphirs - Saint-Denis
Bus station
5, Rue de la Gare Routière - Saint-Denis
Airport
74, Avenue Roland Garros - Sainte-Marie
02 62 48 81 81
Station Bus
Bus station in Saint-Denis
Gare Routière Car Jaune
Bus station in Saint-Denis
Roland Garros Airport
Airport in Sainte-Marie
Post offices
Administration
Supermarkets
Motor services
Transport
Restaurant
91 bis allée des Topazes, CS81055, Saint-Denis cedex
02 62 51 51 51
Opening times:

Monday: 12:00 AM – 01:45 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:30 PM
Tuesday: 12:00 AM – 01:45 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:30 PM
Wednesday: 12:00 AM – 01:45 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:30 PM
Thursday: 12:00 AM – 01:45 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:30 PM
Friday: 12:00 AM – 01:45 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:30 PM
Saturday: 12:00 AM – 01:45 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:30 PM
Sunday: 12:00 AM – 01:45 PM, 07:00 PM – 09:30 PM

Restaurant
71, Allée des Topazes - Saint-Denis
02 62 21 33 89
Opening times:

Monday: 03:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Sunday: Fermé

Restaurant
10, Rue Roland Garros - Saint-Denis
06 92 26 98 12
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: 11:30 AM – 02:00 PM, 07:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Wednesday: 11:30 AM – 02:00 PM, 07:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Thursday: 11:30 AM – 02:00 PM, 07:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Friday: 11:30 AM – 02:00 PM, 07:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Saturday: 07:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Sunday: Fermé

Restaurant
18, Boulevard de Saint-François - Saint-Denis
06 92 11 69 59
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: Fermé
Wednesday: 07:15 PM – 11:00 PM
Thursday: 07:15 PM – 11:00 PM
Friday: 07:15 PM – 11:00 PM
Saturday: 07:15 PM – 11:00 PM
Sunday: Fermé

Restaurant
117 rue Juliette Dodu - Saint-Denis
Restaurant
34 rue de la compagnie - Saint-Denis
Restaurant
112-114 rue Pasteur - Saint-Denis
Restaurant
4 rue Rontaunay - Saint-Denis
Restaurant
Barachois - Saint-Denis
Hôtel Bellepierre
Restaurant in Saint-Denis
L'Oncle Sam
Restaurant in Saint-Denis
Le Carré
Restaurant in Saint-Denis
L'ère des Mets
Restaurant in Saint-Denis
Chez Potes et Popotte
Restaurant in Saint-Denis
O Bar
Restaurant in Saint-Denis
Le Reflet des Iles
Restaurant in Saint-Denis
Le Caveau Rontaunay
Restaurant in Saint-Denis
Brasserie Roland Garros
Restaurant in Saint-Denis
Local contact
15 boulevard Lacaussade - Saint-Denis
06 92 00 36 85
Local contact
81 avenue Leconte de Lisle - Saint-Denis
02 62 29 05 50
Foucque Emmanuel Osthéopathe
Local contact in Saint-Denis
Sos Infirmiers
Local contact in Saint-Denis
Hospital
Allée des Topazes - Saint-Denis
02 62 90 50 50
Opening times:

Monday: 00:00 AM – 00:00 AM
Tuesday: Fermé
Wednesday: Fermé
Thursday: Fermé
Friday: Fermé
Saturday: Fermé
Sunday: Fermé

Chemist
41 allée des Topazes - Saint-Denis
02 62 21 88 04
Opening times:

Monday: 08:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:30 PM
Tuesday: 08:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:30 PM
Wednesday: 08:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:30 PM
Thursday: 08:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:30 PM
Friday: 08:00 AM – 12:30 AM, 02:00 PM – 07:30 PM
Saturday: 08:00 AM – 12:30 AM
Sunday: Fermé

Hospital
Allée des Topazes - Saint-Denis
02 62 90 50 50
Doctor
22 route de moufia - Saint-Denis
02 62 97 44 44
Hospital Center Félix Guyon
Hospital in Saint-Denis
Pharmacie Bellepierre
Chemist in Saint-Denis
Chu Bellepierre H
Hospital in Saint-Denis
Sos Medecin Nord
Doctor in Saint-Denis
Police
1, Rue Malartic - Saint-Denis
Police
61, Rue Victor Mac-Auliffe - Saint-Denis
02 62 93 75 00
Commissariat Malartic
Police in Saint-Denis
Gendarmerie - Caserne Vérine
Police in Saint-Denis

Emergency Medical Assistance : 15
Police Emergency Service : 17
Fire Brigade : 18
European Emergency Service : 112

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Rooms are available until 11am on the day of departure. There are additional possibilities to release until 18h at the latest.

Also a courtesy bathroom is available to our guests on the day of departure if necessary.

Nearest airports:
  • (6 mi, 20 min)
  • (48 mi, 1h06)

At the time of his departure, the customer must return his access card, and report all the consumption of the minibar.

The balance of the payment must be made by one of the payment methods accepted by the establishment : Visa, Eurocard, Mastercard, American Express, or cash. Cheques are not accepted.

If you leave later, you can leave your luggage at our deposit. You can enjoy the common room while waiting.

After your stay, we will send you an email with a link to post your opinion on our establishment. You will have a maximum of six months to submit your opinion.

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Hotel Bellepierre ****, renovated in 2017 and 2018, offers its business and leisure clientele the luxury and comfort of its 85 rooms including two suites and three junior suites. Come and enjoy its spacious seminar rooms, open-air swimming pool and solarium that offer breathtaking views of the city and the Indian Ocean. Discover its mixed and refined cuisine in its panoramic restaurant "Le Concorde".

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