Great apartment- very good location for visiting the island and not far from downtown St Luce with plenty of restaurants and services. Very faire price! This is a gated residence with beautiful plants, tress and flowers. The ladies at the reception and the gardener Jean Pierre are so nice! The apartments are simple, clean and functional. Air conditioning works well. The only issue is that I needed to work and the wifi is terrible. The rest was as promised. Access to the beach through a walkway and a very nice and clean little pool. If you don't need wifi- make sure you to book this place
Nice hotel for the location and price. Walk to the beach and pool. Beach is fairly private due to limited access do its never crowded. Parking is available within a gated complex. Very friendly service and nice to have a porch and kitchen!
We stayed here 5 nights while exploring Martinique. It was a self catering accommodation. It was well maintained, clean, large and the staff were very friendly and helpful. It had a nice pool and a great private beach. There were no stores or restaurants within a walkable distance and a car is recommended. Down town St-Lucce is about a 5-10 minute drive with lots of stores and restaurants . Gate locks entrance at night to keep others out. Nice place to stay and reasonable priced.
My wife and I visited Martinique last January. This island is fairly large and has many things to do. We spent 1 week at the Les Cayalines and it a very nice experience. The girls at the front desk were great and made our travels simple. They helped plan out our travels to the gardens, volcano and great snorkeling sites around the island. We are going back in 2 weeks to continue our adventure.
My girlfriend and I rented an apartment with a small kitchen, bathroom, balcony and the essential airconditioning system for 9 days in late Marts 2016. Pros: It was neat and clean. The staff were very friendly and helpful. Ex. the gardener offers you a freshly plucked coconut or almonds from the surrounding trees. The pool is a bit small but it does not matter, because the beach is just a 2-3 min walk away. There is also a trail that runs along the coastline towards the main town of Sain-Luce, which is about 4 km and perfect for a morning run. Fairly priced at 86€ per night. Cons: There is a small Carrefour maybe 1 km away which has the basics, but I would recommend that you buy your groceries by car ex. at Carrefour at Genipa or buy something at the local markets in the local town. The WiFi connection was not very good in our room and in general. But good enough to plan your daytrip and maybe streaming with a single device at a time. You definitely get a lot for you money at this place, but there may be seasonal differences. I would recommend it for anyone who is interesting in something within the same budget-range.…