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Pierre & Vacances Village Sainte-Anne

Seo La Pointe de Helleux Lieu dit Seo, Sainte-Anne 97180 Guadeloupe
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What you can expect during your stay
  • All linens sanitized in high-temperature wash
  • Face masks required for guests in public areas
  • Face masks required for staff in public areas
  • Floors marked for social distancing
  • Hand sanitizer available to guests & staff
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
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Updated 11/07/20 Safety precautions are provided by the property and are not checked by Tripadvisor for accuracy.


#6 of 9 hotels in Sainte-Anne
The Sainte-Anne holiday village on the Pointe du Helleux has two white sandy beaches fringed with coconut palms, one of which features a water sports area. This Holiday Village with its Creole architecture is organised into two areas. Air-conditioned apartments are equipped with an outdoor kitchen on a balcony or terrace with views over the sea or gardens. The centre of the village is home to a great water park featuring a large pool and paddling pool, while another pool is located further away in a calmer area of the village. Enjoy a host of activities in the water sports area, including jet skiing, , and fly boarding, which you can pay for on site, or surfing, and kite-surfing lessons, which you can book in advance. A Deep Nature in the heart of the residence, with treatment rooms and outdoor massages overlooking the sea to enhance your relaxation. A variety of bars and restaurants offer you the opportunity to taste the delicious flavours of t
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free internet
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Free breakfast
Tennis court
Paid wifi
Outdoor pool
Fence around pool
Bar / lounge
Breakfast buffet
Snack bar
Poolside bar
Entertainment staff
Evening entertainment
Table tennis
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Kids club
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Airport transportation
Shuttle bus service
Banquet room
Baggage storage
Sun loungers / beach chairs
24-hour front desk
Laundry service
Self-serve laundry
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Room features
Air conditioning
Private balcony
Flatscreen TV
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Room types
Ocean view
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, French
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furil wrote a review Apr 2020
Detroit, Michigan11 contributions4 helpful votes
A large, sprawling property with many steps and steep grade walking paths. No bellman to help with luggage up all the stairs. The sleeping room needed updating, bed was rock hard. The outdoor kitchenette was unique and set up for 3 people, but had an ant problem. The pool area was very nice with a pool bar/restuarant with sandwhiches, pizzas, soft drinks, beer and wine. The real downfall for us, we don't speak French, and they speak very little English. Google Translator was our saviour. The island is beautiful.
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Date of stay: February 2020
agrofinancegroup wrote a review Nov 2019
1 contribution
good, good resort, many entertainement moment, pleasent stay, front a beach, market inside, good pool, parking insuficient, internet very wick, lady at frontdesk amabile but witout many klowledge about payment, facilities, or.. somethingelse. wifii not so good, network the same, and cant provide an invoice, i ask many time but they provide me one wrong:
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Date of stay: November 2019
Sleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: wifii not so good, network the same, and cant provide an invoice, i ask many time but they...
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TheBlues-85 wrote a review Feb 2019
Dorval, Canada50 contributions51 helpful votes
This resort has pros and cons. For families with young kids, the pools, sports activities (archery, volleyball, etc.) and evening "animation" seemed to be great fun. The grounds are expansive, well-maintained and beautiful with hills and flowering tropical vegetation and beaches. Although a bit dated, we found the rooms clean and adequate. We had asked for a quiet studio on an upper level and were pleased that we were assigned one of the quietest units at the end of the property (Building 18). It was a long walk from the lobby and parking lot but worth the trek to get well away from the noisy pool area. The studio kitchen was outside on the very large balcony and we enjoyed this arrangement. Evenings on the balcony were very pleasant with the sound of tree frogs beside us and the ocean waves down the hill. However, some amenities expected for over $200 USD per night (without meals) were missing. The kitchen had no can opener and several of the cooking pots had no lids. We asked for ice-cube trays and were promised that these would be supplied but after 3 requests we gave up. The balcony chairs were uncomfortable and the room had only one dated chair. The TV was small and had only french channels. The twin beds were pushed together and reasonably comfortable. The white sand beach was pleasant and always had adequate chairs. The main swimming pool was always full of energetic young kids and the adult pool never had any space available. One day, a cruise-ship bus added a crowd of additional guests to the pool and beaches. It seemed that everyone arrived by rented car - the large parking lot was always almost full at night. The snack bar near the pool was open until late (10 PM?). They had thin-crust pizzas, fries and barbecue chicken at reasonable prices (for Guadeloupe). The half-chicken BBQ was particularly good value. We had read reviews that managed our expectations and we understood that this was a "self-catering" arrangement. Maid service was provided only once during the 7 days we were there. A basic small kit of kitchen cleaning supplies was provided and we made it last for the whole week. We found the staff polite and helpful - I suppose our basic french capability and appreciation for French and European customs helped. I would say that this 3 star resort is probably ideal for french-speaking families with young children but older couples should look at alternatives in Guadeloupe.
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Date of stay: February 2019
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
M M wrote a review Feb 2019
Amalfi, Italy2 contributions3 helpful votes
We are just finishing a week at this dump. Don’t expect anything and you might enjoy it? No single person here will help you in any way. Our air conditioning hasn’t worked and the only answer is a guy who shows up after two hours, fiddles with the unit, gets it working, and leaves...10 minutes later, no ac. The first night we went to the restaurant and asked to see the buffet before we decided. We were told “NON”!! Read the menu, you cannot see the food! (Haven’t had a single meal here.) The beaches are pretty but not swimmable. The pool is filled with kids. They haven’t cleaned our room once since we’ve been here. Without some French it will be even worse. If you do come, bring towels as you will have to buy them anyway. We came due to a deal with Norwegian and while here saw that they are closing down their discounts in March. I think they signed up dumps like this and paid the price. It is too bad that this was such a poor choice to stay. The area around, St Francois and St Anne are nice towns with good restaurants. There are also some nice beaches around. Don’t even try to visit this island without a rental car unless you’re young and willing to walk a long way or hitch hike; the buses are good but slow and unpredictable; taxis seem non existent. I expect like other reviews ( which I should have read) the idiot manager will write some long missive explaining why I am wrong. Get a car and a nice ab&b in either town I mentioned and skip paying $200eu a night for nothing. In advance to the manager, save your breath and time and don’t answer. It would be far better to spend a couple of thousand euros for towels for your GUESTS! Shame on you.
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Date of stay: February 2019
2 Helpful votes
Response from SocialRoomPVCP, Guest Relations Manager at Pierre & Vacances Village Sainte-Anne
Responded 16 Apr 2019
Hello, I want to thank you for your stay in our village Sainte-Anne in the wonderful Guadeloupe and for sharing your experience with the TripAdvisor community. I regret however to read about your dissatisfaction and I want to come back on some points of your comment. First of all, I want to precise that our teams always do their best to welcome you in perfect conditions and to please you during your entire stay. Your satisfaction and your welfare are our top priorities and we try to always be at your entire disposal to do so. Knowing this, I am sorry if your air conditioning didn’t work but most of all I am sorry if our maintenance agents couldn’t help you with this. I hope, despite this inconvenience, that you enjoyed your apartment, its comfort and its lovely atmosphere. About the accommodation, I also precise that cleaning is included but only after stay. Also, towels are included indeed, just as it is written on our website, so no need to buy some. It is weird you had to, we will have a discussion with our teams on site to know what happened about this. About your apartment, I want to precise that in Pierre & Vacances we propose self-catering holidays. So sure, our village propose a lot of services and activities, but when it comes to your accommodation, you have to take care of your own, whether it is cooking or keeping it clean, at least a little bit. Concerning our services and activities now, I regret you didn’t enjoy our buffet restaurant but it is actually pretty normal that your teams didn’t let you see the buffet, this is something common with all restaurants, you can sure look at the menu but you can’t get into the restaurant just to look. Despite your disappointment, I am glad you took pleasure to discover this incredible island full of treasures, authenticity and breathtaking landscapes. What a pleasure to also get some rest on the beaches from heaven! Ours, right next to our resort, are perfect too to relax underneath palm trees. Moreover, I hope you had a wonderful moment in our pools even if these ones were a little bit crowded and I truly wish you appreciated our activities and entertainments organized every day. We would be really honored to welcome you in our resort to prove you the quality of our services and to show you that our village is the perfect deal to discover Guadeloupe. Kind regards, Pierre & Vacances Villages – Sainte-Anne
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Joe S wrote a review Feb 2019
Stockholm, Sweden3 contributions3 helpful votes
You know when you don’t want to return to your hotell at night because of how it makes you feel? Yeah this is it... - Low standard rooms. Rude staff. Leaky AC. Disgusting bathroom. Badly cleaned. Bloodstains on the bedside lamp. Horrible bed. Water got turned off multiple times a day. Hotel located far from everything. Room reaked of mold. Only french speaking so you’ll need google translate! + wifi is ok(but i needed to ask for it) + electricity did not get turned off
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Date of stay: February 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
2 Helpful votes
Response from SocialRoomPVCP, Guest Relations Manager at Pierre & Vacances Village Sainte-Anne
Responded 15 Feb 2019
Hello, I want to thank you for your stay in our village Sainte-Anne in the wonderful island of Guadeloupe and for haring your experience with the TripAdvisor community. I regret however to read that this moment in our facility hasn’t been satisfying. I apologize for the unusual lack of cleanliness and the other inconveniences you faced I your apartment. I insist on the exceptionality of this situation, our teams usually do everything they can to clean accommodations after every stay and check if all the equipment is functional and ready to be use by our guests. We do care about offering you the best holidays possible in a comfortable and warm apartment in a lovely and heavenly village. About our teams by the way, I am surprised and really sorry about your comment towards their behavior. Know that they are usually praised for their professionalism and their kindness, I regret you didn’t get all the great consideration they have for all of our visitors. They do their best to help you, even with the language barrier. Concerning the location of our village, first I hope you enjoyed the beach just right next to it, so good to rest underneath the palm trees, just listening to the waves sound. Plus, just at a few kilometers you can admire the Anse des Rochers or visiting the city Saint-François, a really typical city where you can discover Creole traditions. I hope you took pleasure to discover the entire island but also that you enjoyed, despite your disappointment, our village and its facilities such as our typical restaurants and our giant pools. Regards, Pierre & Vacances Resorts – Sainte-Anne
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Frequently Asked Questions about Pierre & Vacances Village Sainte-Anne
Which popular attractions are close to Pierre & Vacances Village Sainte-Anne?
Nearby attractions include David Vanille et Epices - Mamie Christiane (6.2 km), St. Anne Beach (6.2 km), and Plage de Bois Jolan (2.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Pierre & Vacances Village Sainte-Anne?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Pierre & Vacances Village Sainte-Anne?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Pierre & Vacances Village Sainte-Anne?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Pierre & Vacances Village Sainte-Anne?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Pierre & Vacances Village Sainte-Anne?
Conveniently located restaurants include Goune's Food, Gelato & Cappuccino Maitre Glacier Italien, and May Saveurs.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Pierre & Vacances Village Sainte-Anne?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a fitness centre during their stay.
Does Pierre & Vacances Village Sainte-Anne have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Pierre & Vacances Village Sainte-Anne offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at Pierre & Vacances Village Sainte-Anne?
Yes, laundry service and self serve laundry are offered to guests.
Are pets allowed at Pierre & Vacances Village Sainte-Anne?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Pierre & Vacances Village Sainte-Anne?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and French.