Dec 31 - Jan 1
Staff was very friendly and the hotel clean I give it a 5 star rating
Jan 1 - Jan 2
Communication is very poor everyone seems to be confused when communication with this hotel, just to much back and forth. This time around the service was terrible as compared to the first time. I wont be going back to this place.
Dec 7 - Dec 8
We enjoyed staying at this hotel. The beds were very comfortable, pool was clean and refreshing, and the lobby was very pretty and comfortable to hang out. The only thing I was disappointed in, was spending the extra money to have a garden view. We were stuck at the end of the row facing the garden. ...
Dec 15 - Dec 16
good location that's close to ferry, restaurants, casino, beach, etc. HOWEVER, if you don't have a car you must walk up/down a very steep hill to access the local activities.
Dec 12 - Dec 13
Dec 10 - Dec 11
Wonderful property! Extremely clean, nice staff, good location! We absolutely loved it and are planning on coming back!
North end of Martinique is not a tourist area. Kinda nice not seeing bunch of cruise people or other vacationiers. Note: very few restaurants and seldom open. Also, no night life
Dec 15 - Dec 16
Dec 16 - Dec 17
Very friendly staff. Nice location. We had a brief but lovely stay.
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.