Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Trois-Ilets does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Residence du Village Creole, a nice option for travellers like you.
Close to some of Trois-Ilets' most popular landmarks, such as Eglise Notre-Dame de la Bonne Delivrance (1.7 mi) and La Savane des Esclaves (2.4 mi), Residence du Village Creole is a great destination for tourists.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Guests arriving by vehicle have access to parking.
If you’re looking for an Asian restaurant, consider a visit to La Case Thaï, which is not far from Residence du Village Creole.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular science museums such as Le Musée de la Mer.
Residence du Village Creole looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Trois-Ilets.
We stayed at the Village Creole in January 2019. The accommodations were excellent. We had a studio with nice decor. The accommodations are located on the 2nd floor, within a complex of restaurants and stores. We were about a 10 minute walk to the best beach. The Village Creole staff were extremely helpful with our travel plans. We are returning in 2020.
Designed as a small traditional Creole village by a known architect Lane Pettigrew, it is more than just a lunch or shopping experience. This self-containing and radcher charming complex of old fashion buildings can offer you nice photo-ops, good food at various bistros, gift shopping and more - and if you want to stay there - it also has suites for rent! And the location - just a few minutes walk from beautiful beaches. If you are heading that direction - definitely worth hanging around.
Creole village is excellent for the mainstream tourist. The area is good and the village is very pleasant day or night. The evenings in the village are best with plenty of bar/restaurants and a lively atmosphere. Everything is within easy walking distance -excellent beaches, ferry to FDF or the numerous day trip boats. There are good transport links via the Taxis-collectives (coach or mini-bus) if you research those well. The vehicles are all very modern and air conditioned but like any bus you have to wait and take your chances on a seat. For those with a rental the main car park is less than 100 yards from the village, but don't be tempted to park under the big old tree at the nearest end as it is a major bird roost at night. Rooms are large and spacious with everything you need in an apartment type room with kitchenette. We also had 2 toilets and 2 showers. Air con was fine but it won't work miracles so keep the curtains closed during the day and be prepared for condensation if you try and crank it to max (you shouldn't need to). You get fresh Linen/towels/bin bags delivered every couple of days but other than that you are left to clean your own room and throw out your own trash like a villa rental. There is a launderette onsite and our room had a private balcony with a clothes horse for beach towels etc. The windows are double glazed so even though you are on top of the bars/street it's never too loud. the streets are never busy and the only noise will be the surprise that the municipal teams -bin lorries and street cleaners are about their work from around 03:30am if you happen to be awake then. As mentioned the Pointe Du Boite is a bit of a tourist trap but in a nice way, it's not quite a Creole Disney affair but it's not authentic local island life either -go to St Annes for that. Prices reflect the location but to be fair they are not way above any other beach side location on the island. You can certainly get a cheaper night/food/drinks/souvenir if you go inland but that is true in Cornwall and anywhere else so I can't mark the place down for it. A command of even basic French is going to help enormously in that the staff appreciate it if you at least try but pretty much all the young staff speak English well enough to make the experience relaxed. Do bear in mind that the French attitude to service multiplied by the Caribbean attitude to life makes the dining out experience different to the UK. Not bad, just different. …
The rooms are ideally positioned so you have access to restaurants, shops, the beach and even bus stations. They all come with a kitchenette, which we thought we'd never use, but did every day. The reason? Nothing is open until 10 AM, just a few creperies, which serve limited-choice breakfasts. So we ate in the room every day. The rooms are very large and, surprisingly enough, even if they are surrounded by restaurants and bars, they are very quiet. Even on the New Year's night, everything was silent after 1 AM. I saw some complaints about the noise level, so perhaps we were fortunate to get the right room. Village Creole isn't a hotel per se. You are responsible for most of the cleaning and maintenance, so don't expect to go out and find the room spotless upon your return. Depending on your arrival time, you may even have to get your own key from a safety deposit box and find your way to the room. Also, mosquito nets would have been nice…
We stayed for 6 nights and loved the location, right above all the shops and restaurants and within walking distance of 2 beautiful beaches. The room itself was equipped with everything we needed, and the air conditioning worked great. The bed was very low to the ground and a bit firm but still comfortable. The only thing we felt was missing was a terrace or balcony, I know some of the rooms did have them but we booked a standard room. We checked in after 5pm so reception was closed but they were very good about sending us instructions for obtaining our key and we had no problems. We checked in with them the next day and they were very friendly and helpful. There were a few things in our room, such as the shower that could have used some updating and repairs but all in all we enjoyed out stay and would recommend staying in the village, maybe consider spending a bit extra and getting a room with a balcony. The wifi worked for us during our entire stay but wasn't the best, which was expected on an island. We rented a car and drove around the entire island, which is beautiful, and I would highly recommend. After exploring the island we decided that the area around Trois Islets and Point du Bout, where we were staying, was our favorite and we wouldn't stay anywhere else!!…