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Looking for a hotel in Le Carbet? Well, we've got 8. And best of all, the hotels here rate highly for Hotel Staff and Value.

Plenty of attractions wait to be discovered along the streets of Le Carbet. Among the most popular are La Savane and Schoelcher Library—all of which are worth the trip.


Hotels in Le Carbet

Looking for a hotel in Le Carbet? Well, we've got 8. And best of all, the hotels here rate highly for Hotel Staff and Value.

Plenty of attractions wait to be discovered along the streets of Le Carbet. Among the most popular are La Savane and Schoelcher Library—all of which are worth the trip.


Where to shop in Le Carbet

Dress like a local or change up your whole look while in Le Carbet. The shops at Centre Commercial Le Rond Point are great options for adding to your own wardrobe or that of friends and loved ones back home. If you're after accessories and other fashionable finishing touches, check out the eye-catching jewelry at Gold Center West Indies.


Where to eat in Le Carbet

After shopping or sightseeing all day, a hearty meal may be in order. Break bread and rest your tired feet at Snack élizé, Mc Donald's and Le Ti Kab.


Best times to visit Le Carbet

A great deal is just as easy to find in Le Carbet as a great hotel. You can save 13% on your Orbitz hotel just by traveling in July. It's not the only time of the year that's easy on the wallet: June offers average savings of 13%, August offers average savings of 9%, and Orbitz features great hotel deals 365 days a year.


Where to eat in Le Carbet

After shopping or sightseeing all day, a hearty meal may be in order. Break bread and rest your tired feet at Snack élizé, Mc Donald's and Le Ti Kab.


What to for fun in Le Carbet

Le Carbet isn't just about culture.

Drama unfolds on the silver screens at Palais Des Congrès De La Martinique. Spend an afternoon with some action heroes, hopeless romantics or cartoon characters — as well as some candy and soda — as you kick back in the dark theater.


Getting to Le Carbet

Leaving on a jet plane? It will probably land at Martinique Aimé Césaire International Airport, a major transportation hub for the area.


What to for fun in Le Carbet

Le Carbet isn't just about culture.

Drama unfolds on the silver screens at Palais Des Congrès De La Martinique. Spend an afternoon with some action heroes, hopeless romantics or cartoon characters — as well as some candy and soda — as you kick back in the dark theater.


Art and culture in Le Carbet

Sample some of Le Carbet's best educational offerings, which are hidden between the covers of the books at Schoelcher Library.


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4.0

Karibea La Valmeniere Hotel

Very nice hotel

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.

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3 days ago

4.0

Résidence Plocus

Inexpensive, centrally-located hotel.

The least expensive hotel in Fort-de-France has everything you need for a simple stay. The air conditioning works (important), the manager/owner is very friendly and holds your bags for the day after checking out, the hot water works, dishes for buying food at a grocery and eating in. Basically, everything you need for a comfortable, "budget" stay. Nothing luxurious. It is exactly what I was looking for and it is what I got. For Euro 20 a ride can be arranged to the airport (usual price on the meter is Euro 25). I traveled alone, but if traveling with someone and sharing expenses it would be a great deal.

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1 year ago

4.0

Residence Villas Melissa

Amazing views

We had a very late arrival after some airport delays (don't rent from Avis unless you want to spend hours on line), yet Eduard was waiting for us with the biggest smile and accommodation (and glasses of rum punch). It is your apartment, he said, do as you please. The staff will not enter your unit without permission. You are responsible for daily cleaning, but the staff is there if you need anything.The unit is basic, but had everything we needed. The views are outstanding, with wide, fully opening windows. It was nice to have an upper floor room. We felt secure at all times. The only negative is that the pool water is cold, but I found it tolerable (refreshing, in fact) by late afternoon. Plus, the pool was very clean. Location is great - I liked being near L'anse Matin and Pointe du Bout. I will definitely stay at Residences Villas Melissa again.

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1 month ago

5.0

Simon Hotel

Great hotel. Close to the ferry. Would stay again.

Would stay at this hotel again in a heartbeat if I ever go back to Fort-de-France. Most staff spoke English. The bathroom has an outlet that takes 110V plugs. All the staff was courteous. We had a view on the opposite side of the city view so we could see ships and ferries docking and leaving

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11 months ago