La Pagerie Hotel ****-Hotel & Restaurant located at the Pointe du Bout in the South West of Martinique comes in beautiful shades of blue and green colours between the turquoise sea, the swimming pool and the tropical garden, in the heart of the most famous sea resort of the island.
Open all year, 24/7, your can enjoy your lunch by the swim-up pool bar or your dinner at the semi-gourmet restaurant Le Pitaya and participate in activities and exhibitions held in the hotel.
La Pagerie Hotel & Restaurant is well located, at a walkable distance from the beach, casino and shops.
It is ideal for couple, businessmen and women to get some rest and distractions.
We stayed here for three days at the end of our trip. A most pleasant experience. Kevin at reception (hopefully I have his name correct!) greeted us and was extremely friendly and helpful, with a lovely manner, indicative of the way that we felt we were treated by all the staff we encountered at the hotel. Perhaps it was because of when we visited but we found the place very quiet and therefore exactly what we wanted. It was easy to relax. Our room was very clean and spacious; the bed was beyond comfortable; the AC was perfect, and the shower excellent. There was also a large wardrobe and an iron and ironing board. The WIFI was strong. The hotel seemed to very much respect the COVID regulations: at breakfast we were greeted by a member of staff who escorted us around the buffet and filled up our plates for us. Each arriving guest was treated the same way, ensuring that surfaces were touched a minimum amount of times and only by staff wearing masks. Both women who were working there that morning were calm and friendly. We'd like to say a special thanks to Marion who was at the pool bar when we ate lunch there (order the fish burger - it is amazing!): she was extremely pleasant and helpful. The location of this place is great: you are close to the Creole Village. Yes it's touristy but if convenient bars, shops and restaurants are what you're after then it's perfect. You are also a stone's throw from the beach so it makes it easy to plan your days and excursions without having to worry about finding spots to eat. Overall, a great experience and a hotel I would consider returning to in a heartbeat. Big, big thank you again to all the staff: they made the trip for us. A smile, a pleasant hello - both make such a difference and they did, in this case, to us. In a time of limited contact and worldwide hardship, friendliness seems to count for even more than it did before :) Please pass on our thank yous.…
We stayed at the hotel for 6 nights and greatly enjoyed our time in Trois Islets. Spoilt for choice for food , drink and shopping. Best meal was having a pierrade bringing back happy memories of 30 years ago in the French Alps. Lots to do beaches, cheap ferry ride to Fort de France, a much better capital than we expected. You need a car to get the best out of this beautiful island Botanical Gardens. Mt Pelee and the atmospheric old capital of St Pierre.
We spent 9 nights here and must say we loved every minute! The Room was clean and comfortable. The staff extremely friendly and most spoke English. We ate at the pool bar and the restaurant and the food was delicious. Would highly recommend this hotel !!!!!
Good Palace and Harbour very near. Reasonable Price to go on a ferry to Fort De France and some beaches. Ofcourse this is a tourist Palace, but there were happenings and rather good restaurants. Also car rentals nearby. Pagerie had a nice pool Area and special mentiin to a bar keeper in the hotel reseptiin area. Thank you very much.
We enjoyed our stay at La Pagerie. We liked the location - even though it is not directly on the beach. (There are two beaches very close by). It is across the street from a shopping area and it is on a small street w shops and restaurants and the harbor all very close. The rooms are simple, but very clean and have everything you need - a small refrigerator, hairdryer, etc. The restaurant food was very good - in fact, the tuna was excellent. We enjoyed the swim up bar and had a glass of French champagne. Monday evening there is a reception with a welcome cocktail and a lesson on how to make Ti Punch, the local drink. We also enjoyed doing some floral arrangements with beautiful, local flowers. Overall, the hotel did a very good job. We would stay there again.