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Courbaril Village

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  • Free WiFi in public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining
  • Laundry facilities

Recent guest reviews

I was looking for lodging that was sold out on travel sites so I contacted the property directly. They quoted me a price of 763 euros for 7 nights and requested a 50% deposit (which would be 381.50 euros). I asked about their cancellation policy and they didn't respond. Nonetheless I didn't expect to cancel so I gave them my credit card number and they charged me 450 euros. They deleted the email in the chain with the 763 euro quoted. I asked them twice for an explanation and they didn't respond. Then I told them I wanted to cancel because I could not stay there under those circumstances and they have ignored me. I can't say they are deliberately cheating me, maybe they made a mistake in the original quote, but you don't quote one price and then charge another. They have no business ethics.

I absolutely loved my bungalow. I was a few feet away from the beach. Everything you need is right there. Hotel staff was very accommodating and spoke good English. The ferry dock is right outside the gate. Restaurants and beach activities are just outside the gate. I had no complaints and will be returning in a week.😘

More like a motel, with a balcony, in our case overlooking other cabins and no room for dining on it. The kitchenette had a hole cut for a hob but no hob, just chipboard over it. The MDF on other units was cracked. The fridge door was rusty. The shower worked but the curtain was set too high, ie. above the shower tray, so we always flooded the bathroom. You get the picture. On top of that sewage pipes from an upstairs room ran through our room, uninsulated, so just hope they don't flush late at night if you stay in Piment. The beach looked ok, but water clarity was not good and the measured quality was "medium" when we were there. Half the restaurants/bars on the beach were closed (in mid-February). The receptionists were good and helpful, but it was the only place we stayed in Martinique that we were asked for a (200 EUR) deposit, but what would we want to steal ???

Room was large,clean.Too noisy from frogs or crickets at might.It is in the country.People in adjoining bungalows and rooms can be heard.Nice staff,especially the.Nina,and housekeeper Noelle. Hot shower,nice beach right on the premises.Restaurants right on beach.Too bad for all the smoking..I don't smoke and hate that European folks do,right when you eat.Great weather,best part,the ferry to fort de france,the capital,and other beaches..

I would not stay at this hotel again. It was terrible. Starting with the positive: the staff was very friendly and helpful. The hotel is literally 30 second walk from the beach. That's great during the day. It has a good and safe parking space outside for the rental car. The negatives are plenty: The rooms are absolutely tiny and uncomfortable. I took one of the bungalows and it was minuscule. The other rooms are even smaller. The furniture is composed of the bare minimum and is very aged. The rooms are very dark so you have to put your towels and swimming suits outside which makes the whole place look like a shanty town. It is very poorly isolated. You can hear what the neighbours do all the time. In addition, you don't get much air. The whole place is built like a council estate. No air streams in or out. The place is very near a stagnant stream with lots of wild trees. When you first look at it, it seems quaint and then come the horrors: mosquitoes galore. And we are talking about relentless, merciless monsters. That would all be fine if you could live comfortably inside the accommodations but you can't. Best of all, the accommodations don't have windows, they only have poor shutters that have gaps to let the little monsters through. The wifi? What wifi? The hotel offers wifi free of charge but at the best of times, it's like Back to the Future 1989 when you had 56Kb modems. Most of the time it just doesn't work at all. This was like Pitch Black the movie: stifling during the day with an uncomfortable and bare bones accommodation. And at night, the monsters come out and you have to live in the dark covered with repellent spray that doesn't keep the supernatural monsters at bay. After day 4, I booked another hotel and left this horror behind. Didn't even ask for a refund. I was so relieved to leave. I felt bad for the staff though.

the one bedroom is very basic queen bed and no tv. the bathroom is a shower only.sitting area had a futon couch and tv with basic cable(no english channels) the kitchen had 2 burner cooking area and was well stock with pots,plates,silverware glasses,toaster,microwave and coffee pot. Hotel location was on the spot, 30 steps to the beachfront,could not get any better. small supermarket decently stocked and car rental located next door.Hotel was clean and the desk staff was most helpful with suggestions and info on the ferry to fort de france. most pleasant vacation.

Prepaid hotel for two nights through Expedia. My flights were cancelled from Barbados to Martinique and the hotel charged 100% cancellation for two nights. Don't pre-book this hotel! I now have also have a bad taste for Martinique (no longer have any interest in going there). People don't realize how first impressions are made and the impact it has on tourist destinations.

It started allready quite bad for me, as I asked the hotel thrue mail if they could send me a taxi. After I they told me, there would be a taxi waiting for me, I was very disapointed, when I had to get one myself.(it is very expensive-60€!) When I arrived, it was about 11h, they told me I couldnt get in earlier as 16h, which I knew but I was hoping I could get in before. I was able to leave my bag though. Well, my room was okay-for my opinion it could have been much cleaner. some work should be done in the shower and escpecially the fridge!! Very dirty and broken!! I was a bit shocked as I had to do everything by myself, like cleaning and changing the bed, but I guess it is okay for the money-for Martinique. But the staff could really smile a little more and try to be nice even if somebody doesnt speak French! And they could be more quite in the morning as they have guests. Shouting and talking around 7/8h in the morning allready... And starting woodcutting and simillar early in the morning?? They could have told that atleast. The location was very nice, as the beach is just a few steps from all the rooms. And you here the sea feom the room. To me it seemed very quite around the area, but can also be very nice if you want a quite vacation:) and the boat also leaving right from the beach to Fort-de-France. But if you have no car, you'll be stuck in the evening-but thats the island live:)) To be honest, I would not choose the hotel again, cause I didnt feel welcome at all as a non French speaker!

We arrived in Martinique at night. The hotel is about 30 minutes away from the airport but it was off of the main road. The sign for the hotel was hidden behind a branch and we passed it a couple of times. If you can, book one of the bungalows and not a studio room. We were able to switch rooms the first night as they were the same price. The receptionist was very helpful. The bed was hard and thin, but that was the only bad thing we have to say about the room. The wifi is very slow inside of the room, but decent outside. There are great restaurants right next door to the hotel. Our favorite was right across the street. There is a ferry that will take you into Fort-de-France for 7euro round trip that goes every 15-20 minutes, the last trip is at 1800 so plan accordingly. Over all, it was an excellent location, you wouldnt have to leave the immediate areas if you didn't want to. If you are traveling to Martinique, know French, or go with someone who can translate.

e felt that we dropped straight into Martinique life, with our little tiled air-conditioned hut almost on the beach, the noise of the waves, tree frogs, sometimes lovesick cats and French rap music. Our little bungalow was clean and pretty, part of a group clumped on the edge of L'Anse a L'Ane beach. We heard the ferry toot before departing for FDF every half hour *. A charming Kreole K Fe was one minute away for breakfast and/or lunch, or visit the 8 to 8 super market, if you wanted to "DIY", as our neighbors from Brittany did. On the beach, a selection of restaurants, a game of petanque, but only a few palm trees for shade. Try the peanut or coconut icecream- delicious. The view at night of the capital's lights is breathtaking across the bay. Very friendly reception staff and we had no trouble with WIFI. Knowledge of French is very helpful...only one other American couple did we meet! The Island geography is dramatic with Mt Pele towering at the north end over the old colonial capital, St. Pierre where only one man survived the eruption in 1902 (almost 30,000 were incinerated), fabulous Atlantic beaches on the Caravelle peninsula, fertile valleys in the center, and a fascinating history as the birthplace of Josephine Bonaparte with colonial plantations, sugar mills and rum distilleries, plus the breathtaking Balata gardens. Helpful to have a car and be accustomed to roundabouts (traffic circles)-they work! Go on a half day boat ride round the south coast and hear the story of the Diamond Rock, swim with turtles and explore bat caves. There are extensive hiking trails all over the island in the national preserves, Elsewhere zoning would appear to be non existent. Courbaril (the name of a tree with double leaves) provides clean towels and linens every few days and we managed to make the little bars of soap last. It was a reasonable and very enjoyable mosquitos (net at night) or ants, and the kitchen had the basic necessities, though tiny coffee cups - even the cafe "elonge" in the K Fe was about two swallows. Good idea to take a few supplies like beach towels, etc. Bonvoyage et vive la France.

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Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining
  • Laundry facilities

Anse Mitan is within 2 miles (3 km) of Courbaril Village while other popular attractions such as Pointe du Bout Beach are within 3 miles (5 km). This 51-room residence welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, a beach bar, and free self parking.


Continental breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 7:30 AM to 10 AM. This residence has a restaurant where you can enjoy a bite to eat.


Guests can expect to find a TV with digital channels. Other standard amenities include a kitchenette, a balcony or patio, and a refrigerator. Private bathrooms are not ensuite.

Property features

Courbaril Village features free WiFi in public areas, a computer station, and laundry facilities. A stay here includes free parking. A multilingual staff is on hand to assist with luggage storage and securing valuables. Other amenities at this beach residence include barbecue grills, a garden, and an ATM.

Room options

Double Room (Résidence Courbaril)

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Bungalow for 2

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Duplex apartment for 6 with 2 Bedrooms and Sea view (Résidence Ramiers)

Full 1 | Sleeps 6

Bungalow for 2 adults and 1 children under 12

Full 1 | Sleeps 3

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

60.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 94 reviews

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