La Flamboyant Hotel, a boutique hotel, will be opening its doors to the business and leisure traveler very soon.
The Hotel, which is located in the center of the city on 22 King George V Street, is within walking distance of corporate businesses and historical sites.
The accommodation sector will see a slight increase as La Flamboyant adds seventeen rooms to the hotel stock. The hotel is expected to open in two phases; a soft opening in mid June, and a formal opening set for the new tourism season later on this year.
The rooms are complemented with modern conveniences such as cable television, internet access (at no extra cost), mobile phones (a first for Dominica), air-conditioning, and laundry service. The rooms sport French inspired names and are finished with the warm, vibrant colours of our local and Caribbean ethnic heritage. The hotel itself provides a riveting, attractive, fresh ambiance, with eye pleasing flamboyant colours.
The hotel will feature a well stocked bar for the discerning customer. A fully equipped conference facility will also add value to the product offered. It is expected that La Flamboyantâ€™s rates will be very competitive, providing guest value. Rack rates will include continental breakfast.
La Flamboyant Hotel will be managed by a young entrepreneur and Tourism and Hospitality professional and, with the support of hospitable and knowledgeable staff will provide unique quality experiences for the working professional, regional sales executives, tour and leisure groups, among others.
For further details about La Flamboyant Hotel, contact us at 1 767 440 7190, Ms. Jennifer Sharplis at 1 767 225 2809, Mr. Leonard Lewis at 1 767 277 3652, or email us at [email protected]
I am yvette Tanger from Martinique,I created my own touristic business where I organize excursions to discover the island of Dominica.
I would like to work with you .
Could you give me a special rates for groups accomodation, double ,triple bedrooms with breakfast and all taxe included. I will began in july to make group.
I wait your answer please
0696 43 68 97
This hotel is located in the middle of the city but have absolutely no security service or system. Not even burglar bars.
During the Creole festival 2010 someone walked into the hotel about 3am through the front door, walked up the stairs to the third floor, then onto the balcony and tried entering the room via the window. The sole female occupant of the room began screaming for help whiles pounding on the door. The intruder then fled and the guest had to use her mobile phone to call another guest on the same floor for assistance.
The rooms are not equipped with a land-line to call front desk and the hotel has no elevators. To matters worst, during this life threatening experience, the young man at the front desk never heard any of the cries for help by the guest.
Indeed this is not a safe hotel and i would not recommend it to anyone.