Tsilaosa is a very nice and beautiful hotel just in the heart of cilaos .. restaurants and shops are located near the hotel .. The staff are very polite , kind and helpful.. always smiling . The rooms are big (deluxe room) with a great view.. heater in the room .. hot shower .. hot jacuzzi available at the hotel .. bottles of water in the room .. will definitely go there again ..
This creole style hotel has large rooms that are stylish and comfy. Bathrooms are well fitted and ours had a balcony that had magnificent views. Breakfasts are adequate and there is a lovely tearoom that opens later. Staff are v friendly as helpful and there are a variety of books and games to while away your evening. Centrally located there are local restaurants a plenty -consider booking half board as you can access a few places in this way. Just one thing -there was tea and coffee making equipment in the room but no coffee supplies. This would have been welcomed
This is a lovely, small and characterful hotel in the crater/mountains, and an ideal base for undertaking one of the many walks around the Piton de Neige. Rooms tastefully appointed, try the thurs/fri/sat night raclette & wine nights in the revamped wine cellar below. Wonderful, if cheesey. And the wine very reasonably priced too (around €15-€18 a bottle). The description of the hotel as a ‘spa’ is somewhat rich - there’s a hot-tub on the top floor. Breakfast is simple and wholesome. A few local restaurants in the small town to eat (since, and apart from the raclette nights, there’s no evening fare here) and all serve everything with the local ‘delicacy’ of lentils. Which can get a bit dull, and heavy on the digestive system (especially when supplemented with the melted cheese off the raclette plate 😉). One watch-out. For some unknown reason, groups of ‘fell runners’ seem to use the street corner outside the hotel to gather from 6am, telling apparently hugely funny jokes and guffawing loudly as they prepare to mosey on. So you won’t need to set your alarm to be awake an hour before the hotel starts serving breakfast at least. Quieter hotels exist in Cilaos. …
Set in the centre of town in Cilaos this is a very nice hotel. The building is of Colonial style. Their restaurant is just opposite but breakfast is served in the hotel itself. Reception is very welcoming and they offered me afternoon tea but I was tired and declined. The room I got was very, very big with a double bed and a single bed! The bathroom was very nice and clean with shampoo etc. The room had a fridge with a free bottle of water. The mini-bar was on demand. Wifi was free. There was a flat screen TV and Tea and coffee with real coffee. Dinner was very good and although the place was crowded, the service was good considering that I was on my own. Breakfast was also very good with Parma-style ham and eggs on request. It was a pity that I stayed only one night. Highly recommended!…
Cilaos is in Reunion turley at the end of the world. The end of the valley is fenced with steep mountains at least 1000m in height or more. Truly amazing scenic view. The Hotel is set up in a historic building but with stylish interiors. Rooms and beds are very comfy and design with attention to detail. WiFi is free and a jacuzzi if offered at 15€ per person for 30min. Offered is pm tea and breakfast. Both is served in the small charming room looking to the main street. Especially when tea is served and xxx are backed you smell it all around the hotel. The cooking is done in the middle of the room which gives the hole setting a special appeal. Good restaurant are across the Main Street and the reception desk makes your reservation easy. What was a surprise to me was the room service. Never seen such a badly made bed. At arrival all looked great but next day is was a mess. Only thing we asked for was to get a second duvet. As a goody the house maid Then even put our sleepwear prominent on the pillow - 😱…
We spent two nights at the Tsilaosa Hotel. The staff was very friendly and welcoming. We loved the cozy feel of everything. We had one of the newer rooms on the top floor. It was very comfortable. It was well equiped but it was missing a waste basket. The balcony offered a great view into the mountains. Very good and fresh breakfast with lots of homemade products. We also recommend the tea time from 3 to 6 pm. The hotel is centrally located and everything is in walking distance.
We stayed and although we were expecting a more cosy lobby with more chalet atmosphere we have had a great stay. The staff is excellent , the room are just great really spacious and beautifully decorated, high standards including bathroom especially compared to the general feel of Cilaos which is very rustic ! Well located. Their tea salon is great we have had a delicious financier cake and great selection of finest tea. Breakfast is great too. We recommend
We stayed at Tsilaosa only one night but were superbly looked after by the owner. First of all some nice cake and a drink from the tea salon attached to the hotel, an excellent dinner reservation and a superb hot tub on the roof offering great views of the mountains. It's not cheap at 30 Euros for 30 minutes but was certainly worth it after a hard slog in the hills. Would definitely recommend.
Very comfortable room, great bed, nice views and helpful staff. Wish there had been a more comfortable sitting area in the room as we had to wait out the rain here and there and it gets old sitting on the bed. There was one nice reading chair in the room but everything else indoor and outside was straight backed, old and uncomfortable. Breakfast was very good with eggs cooked to order. The women who run breakfast are super positive and happy- a nice way to start each day. Dedicated parking on site. We stayed five nights... a few too long. After we did the hikes of interest there wasn’t much more. The town is quiet with little to offer and the drive up the mountain isn’t something you want to do often just to have more to do!
Nice quiet, comfortable hotel. The rooms are old-fashioned, but perfectly comfortable – only the bathrooms seem a bit basic for the price. The second floor was being renovated at the time we were there, so maybe those rooms will be a bit more modern. The big balconies are great for relaxing and looking at the mountains. The breakfast is excellent, and being able to order crepes in the room in the afternoon is a real luxury.