- Reviews: 502
Domaine Robinson: Live on the beach, Anse Noire, SE Martinique
Do you want to live on a secluded beach? Well here is your dream lodging! Bungalows (60-75 euros/night), studios (60-75 euros/night) and one tree house (100 euros/night) can be rent in Anse Noire in southwestern Martinique. Anse Noire is a steep sided small bay with black sand. The only people who live there are the owners of Domaine Robinson, and the tourists who rent their lodgings. You park down at the end of a steep road, and there are still 135 steps to walk down to reach the beach (and your lodging). It is wonderfully quiet at night, I mean quiet from human noises, because there is of course a night concert from Martinique night creatures (frogs? crickets?) and the waves!<br/><br/>We had one of the studios which are located on the first floor of the owner's house. You have your own little terrace. Cute bamboo decor (the shower is fun!), and transparent floor through which you can see the sand!<br/>Outdoor kitchen like in most Martinique lodgings, barbecue available, fresh fish from local fishermen, very nice hosts (Claude & Viviane). Claude loves to come by and chat at night.<br/><br/>Downsides:<br/>- Hard to park if you come back during the day because the beach goers take all the parking places, especially on week-ends! You will be able to park, but far up the road, with >15 min up & down the steep road to reach your lodging (+ the stairs of course)<br/>- In the studios, you have to sleep with air conditioning because the air does not flow through the room otherwise. Try to rent a bungalow or the tree house instead to be able to sleep with the beach breeze and swooshing of the waves! Even if we booked 3 months in advance, the bungalows were not available, and the tree house was too expensive for us.<br/>- Also the last 2 nights, we had chain smokers renting the studio next to us, and it was impossible to avoid their cigarette smoke on our 'private patio'. Renting the bungalows or tree house should solve that problem.<br/>- Finally, they give no bath towels! We had to go buy some at the local supermarket. I had only beach towels, but these get dirty after a day at the beach. Anyway, what sort of a lodging expects you to bring towels?!<br/><br/>Note: like any type of private lodging in France, you need to clean the place yourself before leaving (or pay 15 euros).
You have your own beach (it is still a public beach with people coming during the day, but evening and mornings, you are pretty much alone)! Great swimming, snorkeling, and diving at your door step, beautiful palm trees and exotic vegetation surrounding you.
- Reviews: 502
Bleu Mandarine: Bungalow with awsome view on Caribbean sea & Pelée
Two bungalows for rent (50 to 60 euros /night) set among lush tropical plants with an amazing view on Montagne Pelée and the Caribbean Sea. Perfectly located to visit St Pierre, hike up the Pelée, and discover Northern Martinique. Once you arrive, you do not want to leave, and just want to grab a book and stay in the hammock on the terrace!<br/>Outdoor kitchen, a lot of wind to refresh you, host Pascale is lovely. Close to the observatoire volcanologique.<br/>Note: like any type of private lodging in France, you need to clean the place yourself before leaving (or pay 15 euros).
Peace, quiet, isolation, tranquility, beauty, and the view, and the view!! Watch the clouds roll over Montagne Pelée. Lovely breeze, you will never be too hot up there.
- Reviews: 204
I know that there are some...
I know that there are some excellent hotels in Fort de France, but I decided to stick with Club Med Boucaniers because I was a woman traveling alone and felt safer in that structured environnment. The natives do take a rather keen interest in American women, so it's good to travel at least in pairs.
- Reviews: 141
Le Nid Tropical: Le Nid Tropical
This camping is cheapest accomodation youll get around Fort de France. I didnt have a tent, but was was offered one including cost of ground, for 80 FF for the night.
Its one of only a few campsites on Martinique, probably the nearest one to the city, and its right on the beach! The pic is a view from the beach across towards Fort de France
- Reviews: 22
Hotel de l'Anse - Anse Latouche: Old and quaint getaway
Just between le Carbet and St. Pierre is the interesting 'Hotel de l'Anse' at Anse Latouche. We were staying in the south of Martinique and wanted a change of scenery. At the same time we wanted to see lots of things in the North. Our stay in the picturesque hotel at Anse Latouche was a very good experience.
It lies behind the beach on an old plantation site dating from the 17th century. The plantation buildings have been destroyed by the volcano eruption of 1902. Only the church remained and was turned into a house. Now, it's in use as a simple hotel. The place is badly kept, run-down and not too clean (but the beds are good and clean, and so are the towels), but the atmosphere is very special and if you want to visit the north (and there are lots of thing to see), it's a nice change of surroundings.<br/>It lies in a beautiful garden with very old trees. In the house you can still find some old items that survived the eruption. Next door to the hotel is a good restaurant and a butterfly garden.<br/>Rooms are 38 euro for a double w. bathroom and aircon.
- Reviews: 52
Bungalows Imperatrice: Quiet and nice place
It's very simple, cheap and nice in the middle of the park-forest.
I's far away from the centre, doesn't matter if you have a car.<br/>It has a private stinky beach - horrible! But, you'll find soon another one.
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