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Raccoon Lodge features an outdoor swimming pool, bar, a shared lounge and garden in Pointe-à-Pitre. There is a barbecue and guests can make use of free WiFi and free private parking. Great host, great location and the best nights sleep in the most comfortable bed I have had in a long time. Merci Angela!
Boasting a terrace, BOULEVARD LEGITIMUS features accommodations in Pointe-à-Pitre with free WiFi and sea views. The air-conditioned accommodations is 22 mi from Saint-François. The decor, the cleanliness, the comfort. Very helpful host who was easily contactable
Set in Pointe-à-Pitre, 22 mi from Saint-François, Residence Pelikan offers a terrace and free WiFi. There is a fully equipped private bathroom with shower and free toiletries. Everything was great! Amazing view, good area, perfectly working aircondition and great starting point to explore Grande Terre. Also Manu and his family were friendly and helpful :)
Located in Pointe-à-Pitre, Grand Studio a la Marina de Gosier provides accommodations with a balcony and free WiFi. The air-conditioned accommodations is 21 mi from Saint-François. Very good location, There are many restaurants nearby, Bus stop is about 200 m away, Comfortable bed, All technical stuff works, Good Pressure in the shower, Very attentive owner, supermarket champion is about 100 m. Fast Internet. Complementary essential amenties.
Set in Pointe-à-Pitre, Oceanis Pointe Zen offers accommodations with a balcony and free WiFi. The air-conditioned accommodations is 22 mi from Saint-François. Very nice apartment, modern decoration. New Air conditioning Big fridge to store our groceries Missed a few things to cook at first but Annie kindly brought us everything we needed.
Boasting a terrace, Ocean View and Exclusive Flat Le croisieriste offers accommodations in Pointe-à-Pitre with free WiFi and sea views. The air-conditioned accommodations is 22 mi from Saint-François.... Stunning clean and modern appartment right by the port.
We loved the atmosphere, friendly people and good food. We saw interesting architecture, visited a great museum (Memorial Acte) and best of all, everyone we met was very friendly and happy to talk to us (in French).
The area closes down tight very early, nothing much around to do or eat, especially if your flight arrives in the evening. Gosier is a much more bustling location. The Slave Museum was very well worth while.
Markets are colorful, museums are falling down and closed, hard to get good meal without reservations. A very rundown town. Roads out of town have been improved, but in town they have not. Sadly disappointing town. Probably best visited by private yacht. We had hoped to hear/see music in town, but found it only behind a fence for a cruise ship.
I spent only a few hours as this was two overnights and saw very little. The Saturday morning market was attractive with lots of fresh fruits and vegetables. I also enjoyed some fresh pastry from a pastry shop. Since it was the weekend there was not much time to do shopping as the stores closed early on Saturday and does not open on Sunday. I went to mass on Sunday morning in the nearby chapel and it was very nostalgic as the service took me bake to my early childhood.
Things are expensive and the town looked worn out and dirty... Seemed pretty safe though.. People were nice but not so easy on the eyestaxis are expensive I walked around the town... And not many great food options in town.
The ActE Memorial museum is the only reason to spend time in PTP, in my opinion. (This museum on the history of slavery is world-class). The city itself is a big, dirty, ugly modern city for the most part.