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61 Rue Marie Therese Lung Fou Route de L'union, Fort-de-France 97200 Martinique
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#2 of 17 Speciality lodging in Fort-de-France
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Rob B wrote a review Feb. 2020
Sheffield, United Kingdom33 contributions20 helpful votes
My fiancée and I stayed here for one night whilst on a short trip to Martinique. The villa is tucked away in the hills of Didier and is effortlessly luxurious. I only tend to write reviews when I'm exceptionally impressed or particularly disappointed; this is the former. If you get the chance to stay here, please take it. We arrived in the evening and the electronic gates slowly opened to reveal the peaceful well-lit villa high in the hills overlooking Fort-de-France. We were warmly greeted and given suggestions on where to find the best local food, which was a 10-minute walk away. The decor is very modern but tasteful; we spent a good while looking at all the artwork on the walls. The next morning we enjoyed al fresco eggs cooked our way and fresh coffee as we enjoyed the view of the sea and city below in absolute tranquility. We relaxed on the sun loungers and swam in the infinity pool, making the most of the Martinique sun and the slow pace of life. The staff were kind, well-spoken and very helpful. We would definitely return and I cannot recommend highly enough.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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Joshua H wrote a review Jun. 2019
4 contributions1 helpful vote
I have stayed in 61 countries in hundreds of hotels and this was one of the finest. The staff were simply excellent. They upgraded our room to the junior suite (so we had 2 beds for me and a friend) and every morning we had a gorgeous breakfast with one of the best views. We then had the villa completely to ourselves. The garden, the view, the pool, EVERYTHING WAS EXQUISITE and I cannot fault them. STAY HERE!
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Date of stay: June 2019
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Only 4 views so make sure you ask for the Suite if visiting in Low Season!
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dmitry2009 wrote a review Mar. 2019
New York141 contributions97 helpful votes
it is an impressive small hotel - beautifully decorated and spacious. the views of Fort-De-France are impressive as well as the sea. fantastic small infinity poll. not much in the area so - you will need to drive to the city, which takes 10 min. I would stay again. make sure to check your bill - my was inflated so had to corrected it which was done with no fuss. The downside was that hotel does not communicate well - we asked about check in time and never got an answer( it is 3 pm), we did not have shower gel/shampoo in our bathroom( had to ask and it was provided, big supermarket bottle ) and despite promises to leave us brkf for early departure, it was not there.
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Date of stay: March 2019
alfie2016 wrote a review Feb. 2019
Bridgetown, Barbados54 contributions27 helpful votes
This is a small extremely overpriced guest house with tired dark decor and tired looking bed linen , dark rooms , the brochure pictures make it look a hundred times better than it is , it desperately needs some money spending on it and an upgrade for the price you pay . Also the brochure shows what looks like a bar it’s not and no alcohol or meals a part from breakfast is served here . The best thing about it was a very sweet girl who did the breakfast, otherwise after breakfast it’s difficult to find anyone to help you it took me over an hour to pay the bill as no one was there thank goodness I wasn’t running for a flight and then no one to help me bring my case down the stairs. It could be a really pretty place with a bit of care and attention and some money spent on it , but I certainly wouldn’t go back . I also would not recommend Fort de France unless like me you have to go it’s one of the biggest dumps I’ve ever had the misfortune to visit .
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Date of stay: February 2019Trip type: Travelled on business
zultejpar wrote a review Dec. 2018
Vancouver, Canada10 contributions13 helpful votes
This is a very small place. Only 4 rooms. so it is not a hotel, and does not have the services of a hotel. We booked last minute, and there was no one to receive us, as they did not know when we were arriving. But it is spectacular. The view of Fort of France past the swimming pool is amazing. the breakfast personally served on the terrace is a wonderful start to the day. this is a great place to relax, and have close access to the city and beaches.
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Date of stay: December 2018
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US$163 - US$283 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Apolline
Which popular attractions are close to Apolline?
Nearby attractions include Fontaine Didier (0.9 km), Musee Du Pere Pinchon (0.8 km), and Parc Aime Cesaire (1.1 km).
Is parking available at Apolline?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Apolline?
Conveniently located restaurants include Le Steel Pan, La tavola italiana, and Galanga fish bar.
Are there any historical sites close to Apolline?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Fort Saint-Louis (2.5 km), Plantation Leyritz (2.5 km), and Pavillon Bougenot (1.6 km).