This was a very nice hotel, excellent value for the price. The location was a little far from the port and touristy attractions, it's more of a business hotel. But again, it was a terrific value and the staff were all welcoming and accommodating.
Rooms are charming and very clean, grounds are beautiful with front porches. Great beach. Staff friendly, but front desk seems to brush aside WiFi complaints, WiFi reception not always working. The food was terrible, really poor quality and undrinkable coffee. After one breakfast and one dinner we ...
I came to this resort for my birthday earlier this month, and the experience was awesome! It was the best birthday ever! The staff was very nice and accommodating, there was even a mix up with my room and they rectified it by giving us complimentary breakfast. I will definitely be back!!
The hotel is very remote, so it is A MUST to have a car there. Rent a car at the airport!! There's nothing around but housing, banana plants. You can't walk to anything or eat anywhere unless you call a taxi. If you want a taxi it will take 30 min to an hour. The hotel has set times for breakfast(7-10), ...
We had a nice stay for a week. The hotel is nice, the region is beautiful, a truly place for relaxation with family and golf. The hotel has cars for rent, a must have to tour the island/golf course. The staff are nice! Don't remember all the names, but one is Rodolphe who picked/dropped us from/to ...
Overall great experience! I don't speak much French, but the staff was very nice and accommodating. Room was clean and pretty quiet (garden facing). Very close to many restaurants/shops, a ferry, and of course the beach! Highly recommend staying here and I traveled solo.
Martinique is a Caribbean paradise, with a tropical, humid climate. Martinique's peak travel season is between December and April, with a rainy season from June to October. Travels to Martinique will find many pleasures, from great food to great fashion, beautiful beaches and nature watching sites. Book early at hotels Martinique for the best prices and locations on inclusive resorts such as Club Med on Sainte-Anne or bed and breakfasts like Hotel Villa Saint Pierre.
A large park is available near Martinique hotels at La Savane at the harbor side on bustling Rue de la Liberte that is a central location for festivals, Carnival and live performances. Tour guides are available, as well as souvenir stands and a beautiful garden.
Much of Martinique's flavor encompasses local fishing with traditional French cuisine. Visit Le Toucan on Pointe Faula receives excellent reviews for its French fare, while Le Fromager in Sainte-Pierre offers traditional Caribbean flavors.
Spectacular views wait at the Gorges de la Falaise canyon. This canyon is accessible by walking and swimming. Be advised that touring the canyon and the falls requires a guide.
Guests at hotels in Martinique can enjoy the modern convenience and the popular French stores at the Galleria Commercial Center in Le Lamentin, or shop for souvenirs and specialty items on the famous Rue Victor Hugo in Fort-de-France.
The Martinique football team is a branch of the French Football Federation and hosts regular games at the Staded'Honneur de Dillon. Come to the stadium to cheer on the local teams.
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