The best welcome we ever had, very friendly staff, they are all very helpful, gave us ideas what to do and where to go. The sea view is beautiful, the rooms are clean. This is our first time, but not the last time here. Highly recommended!
Just stayed here one night before picking up a cruise ship-but wish we could have stopped longer. LOCATION is STUNNING (beach front behind private gate) but also ISOLATED ( not much going on around the hotel regarding entertainment -bars and food) .STAFF-ROOMS ( sea view is a MUST) and FACILITIES are superb. THANKS to the MANAGER who could not “do enough” for us as we struggled with the language but ALL turned out GREAT. ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS HOTEL.
We really enjoyed our two-night stay at Hotel Pelican; our rooms were comfortable and pristine (very, very clean) and it was particularly memorable due to the excellent service we received from the front of house staff. The team were happy to accommodate us in any way - they provided tea/coffee during check in and a great restaurant recommendation (Lili's); they gave us a last-minute lift when we were struggling to find a taxi; they were so approachable (which made us comfortable to ask anything) and were accommodating of our various language skills (three languages between us!) We stayed in two rooms: I had a twin (the balcony of which overlooked the car park but was still lovely - see my photos for proof) and my friends had the double with the sea view. Both rooms were incredibly comfortable and more than suited our needs. Facilities: Bathrooms of both rooms were clean and fit for purpose, though I would have liked a corner shelf in the shower/wet room area. The hotel has a pool (which I didn't use, so can't comment on) and also has it's own entrance directly to the beach - blissful. Breakfast: We chose to have the hotel provide breakfast, which was delicious on both mornings (Thank you Chef Guillaume!) Fresh fruit, perfectly cooked eggs, charcuterie, a selection of cheeses, pancakes on one occasion, and mouth watering pastries (I uploaded pictures of this, so take a look.) As a Brit, I appreciated the selection of tea too. :D Slight drawbacks: There are no phones in the room, so you can't call down to reception (but it's easy to walk down.) I had an issue with my room one day: my front door was left ajar by one of the air conditioning maintenance guys. Nothing was stolen though, and when I reported it, management apologised. Restaurants nearby: We were told that there were several restaurants within walking distance but we didn't find that to be the case. We found one Italian restaurant, and a couple of beach-front drink places, one of which probably serves food (we didn't eat there so I can't comment.) We also had real trouble finding a restaurant open on Monday night, so avoid dining out on that night if you can. There's a takeaway pizza place within walking distance, so eat there on a Monday I'd say (we'd eaten there the night before; the pizzas were good and the menu quite varied.) All in all, when next in Martinique, I will certainly look into returning to Hotel Pelican. I'd highly recommend it.…
This is a great choice to discover the northern part of Martinique and right at the beach in Schoelcher with many restaurants walking distance. Rooms are clean, spacious and the decor is contemporary - the hotel just opened a few months ago! Being a small, family-run place the manager is often around and the staff is very friendly. Loved the breakfast that you can have brought to your room. Go for the sea view and if you want more intimacy, the 3rd floor is the best. You can enjoy beautiful sunsets and observe pelicans catching fish in the sea. We'll be back!