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Wat u zeker niet mag missen is Jacques Cousteau’s underwater réserve bij Pigeon Island. Een prachtig historisch onderwater dorp.

Langley Resort Hotel Fort Royal

Het Langley Resort Fort Royal, gelegen in Deshaies, Guadeloupe, heet u welkom voor een ontspannen verblijf aan de kust in een uitzonderlijke omgeving: sprookjesachtige stranden en tal van activiteiten onder de heerlijke zon. Of u nu met z’n tweeën, met vrienden of met uw gezin komt; u zult zeker genieten van het geweldige uitzicht op zee en van de Caraïbische zon.

Vanaf € 62,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info
  • Bungalows met frontaal zeezicht
Bungalows met frontaal zeezicht


Bungalows met frontaal zeezicht

Over Langley Resort Hotel Fort Royal

Het Langley Resort Hotel Fort Royal biedt een prachtig uitzicht op de Caraïbische Zee.Ook beschikt het over een buitenzwembad, een kinderbad, tennisbanen en gratis WiFi. Er wordt dagelijks een uitgebreid ontbijtbuffet geserveerd. In het restaurant Le Royal, dat aan het water ligt, kunt u terecht voor Creoolse en internationale gerechten. De strandbar Kawann biedt cocktails en hapjes, en er is ook een bar bij de receptie. U kunt bij het hotel tal van activiteiten ondernemen, zoals watersporten, fietsen en strandvolleybal. Verder kunt u ook massages aanvragen.


  • kindvriendelijk
  • wifi
  • beachfront
  • sport en actie
  • stijl en design

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Wat u zeker niet mag missen is Jacques Cousteau’s underwater réserve bij Pigeon Island. Een prachtig historisch onderwater dorp.

Langley Resort Hotel Fort Royal
v.a. € 62 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)

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De hotelkamers hebben allemaal zeezicht en voorzien van van airco, kluisje, tv, telefoon, koelkastje, badkamer met douche, een tweepersoonsbed of twee dubbele bedde. De hotelkamers variëren qua afmeting en niet alle kamers hebben een balkon.

De suites zijn ruimer dan de hotelkamers en bungalows. De Suites hebben allemaal uitzicht over de Caraïbische zee en voorzien van van airco, kluisje, tv, telefoon, koelkastje, badkamer met douche, een tweepersoonsbed of twee dubbele bedde. Een aantal suites hebben een balkon.


Het Langley Resort Fort Royal ligt in Deshaies, Guadeloupe. Het hotel ligt aan de kust in een uitzonderlijke omgeving met sprookjesachtige stranden en tal van activiteiten onder de heerlijke zon.

Aantal kamers



  • Gratis WiFi
  • Zwembad
  • Kinderbad
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • 4 Tennisbanen
  • Watersportactiviteiten: o.a. Hobie Cats, Windsurf boards, kayaks, water ski, jet ski
  • Massage
  • Autohuurbalie


  • Jeu de boules
  • Excursie team
  • Beach volleybal
  • Bowling
  • Yoga
  • Aquagym
  • Zumba

Guadeloupe is een waar paradijs! Guadeloupe (hoort bij Frankrijk) bestaat uit 5 eilanden: Grande-Terre, Basse-Terre, Les Saintes, Marie-Galante en La Désirade. Grande Terre en Basse Terre zijn de grootste en bekendste van deze 5. Op deze 2 eilanden die middels bruggen over zee met elkaar verbonden worden vindt u prachtige verlaten zandstranden en indrukwekkende natuurparken met talrijke watervallen en warmwaterbronnen. Genieten van de schitterende blauwe zee, het beklimmen van de immer actieve vulkaan les Soufrieres en biken of hiken door het heldergroene regenwoud; beleef het ook tijdens uw vakantie Guadeloupe!

"Wonderful Location"

I notice there are plenty of mixed reviews about this hotel but I can honestly say there were no negatives for us. We stayed in the main block, in a lovely large room overlooking the hotel beach. Our room was spotlessly clean and remained that way throughout the visit and the air conditioning worked well. The shower was wet room style but since the bathroom was large that wasn't a problem. The bed was very comfy, what I would call German style with 2 single mattresses together in a bed frame and individual duvets. The wifi worked in the room and on the beach. Breakfast was great, with masses of choice for all nationalities, including very crispy bacon! We didn't eat in the restaurant for lunch or dinner, but did enjoy pizza and pannini at the beach bar, both of which were very good and reasonably priced. The staff were all friendly and all spoke English which was a bonus. A couple of nights there was entertainment around the bar area - a reggae night and a salsa night, both of which were enjoyable. The location of the hotel is wonderful, as it is literally on the beach. And what a beach! One of the nicest in Guadeloupe, very clean, with showers. The swimming pool is not as nice, being quite scruffy and with security gates that were almost impossible to open. As the sea was so beautiful I simply didn't bother with the pool after the first time. We had a hire car throughout our stay and I would say this is essential if you want to get around. Each evening we drove into Deshaies for a meal (10 mins max). Quite a few of the restaurants there were closed because it was not high season (we were there in August) but apart from one evening when only one place was open, there was enough choice and space. I thoroughly enjoyed my stay here and would definitely recommend this hotel.

"Nice, relaxing place"

We stayed in the hotel and the room was nice and big despite the old furniture. Good food (buffet) and plenty to choose from. The staff speak French, English and Scandinavian. Many interesting excursions and I recommend all, because Langley (travel agency) is well known for its good quality activities. The only negative thing is that the village was too small...nothing to see and do there. You must rent a car or travel by buss (not so reliable). I'll recommend hearty for the atmosphere, the warm water, the nature around. We'll be back in Guadeloupe, but maybe in another place (bigger, lively).

"Not my cup of tea"

After staying at this hotel, I truly don't understand the four or five star ratings that I have read. Let's begin with the positive: The hotel has a lot of potential - great location, beautiful beach, nice grounds. A couple of the staff were hard-working and friendly - particularly Casper, the bartender. The negative: Firstly, we were greeted by roaches. If I recall well, a couple of them were smoking cigars while playing cards. Very bold roaches. Secondly, there was a lot of water on the floor. When we asked the receptionist whether she was aware that there are roaches in the room, we were told yes - very casually. We spoke to Thomas, one of the managers, who took forever to get us a new room. Thomas didn't apologize for the roaches nor the mini flood. He simply stated that whenever it rains heavily, water gets into some of the rooms. The bed was made of two single mattresses with a gap right down the middle - which we kept pushing back together to keep them in place. I woke up one night with half of my body missing - until I realized I was half way down the gap. Outdated, broken furniture. There is no tub in the shower. So, when you take a shower, the water goes all over the bathroom floor. The hallway is made of tiles, so when a guess walks by with rolling bags/luggage, you hear everything, like galloping horses. Same boring breakfast every single morning. Overall, This is a "cheap" "motel" on a great parcel of land, with a beautiful beach; but not enough to get return business from me.

"Best stay whilst not staying "

We stayed in a nearby Villa and walked down to access the beach everyday. Great friendly staff reasonable food price and good little beach bar. We went everyday and they even made a special event of our Mother's B-Day at the restaurant when we were outside guests. Fantastic place.

"Good for non-French speakers, DIP fans"

My husband and I stayed at the Langley Resort Hotel Fort Royal for a week, and didn't hate it. As the mixed reviews on this thread attest, the resort has some great things and not so great things about it. One thing that is not in dispute is its location. It's the only beachfront hotel on the western side of the island, and the sunsets are often spectacular. If you're a fan of the tv show "Death In Paradise", this hotel is a must-visit, since it's been used in a lot of scenes, plus various cast and crew members have stayed here. Most of the hotel staff are friendly, and try to help as best they can if you have a problem. The rooms, however, are nothing special, and I'll get to the food later. After checking the reviews I decided to book one of the oceanfront, rondelay-style bungalows. They're all the way at the far southern end of the resort, away from the front desk and the main hotel building. It can be a hike, especially with luggage, but it feels a world away from the busier, more crowded areas. (There are no bellmen, but if you need assistance, they can help with you with your bags.) The armoire in our room looked pretty beat up, but the bed was comfortable enough. We had a real king bed, but we also had those twin comforters that others have mentioned. It seemed kinda weird at first, but my husband has become something of a "blanket hog" lately, so it actually turned out to my advantage. The pillows were small and very soft. The bathroom was also quite small, but we had no problems with it. I guess the thinking is you're not going to spend a lot of time in your room anyway, and you get to fall asleep to the sound of the surf, which is steps away from your door. This is a Swedish-owned hotel on a French island, and the staff reflects that. This may be the only resort on the island that you can get away without speaking any French at all. Still, it makes sense to greet everyone in French before continuing in English. Of the staff, the native French speakers were... well, French, which was fine (Romain was very helpful, and another young lady was especially considerate when we needed a favor one night). Most of the French/Creole speaking locals were really nice to us (especially those at Reception; Chloe was a sweetheart). But, the Scandinavians were a godsend. Some of them didn't speak French either. They were mainly Swedes (like handsome, charming Jesper, and pleasant, efficient Jona), and Danes (Jess and Kasper at the beach bar and Selma in the restaurant were great). I must mention that all of the guys who manned the beach bar worked tirelessly and with a smile, even during the busy local holiday weekend when we were there. Ah, the food. The breakfast buffet comes with your stay, and there are other meal plans you can choose. Lunch was a la carte, and dinner was also a buffet. The one lunch we had in the restaurant was pretty good, but the buffet items ranged from okay (the fish dishes, the extra crispy bacon I managed to select each day) to mediocre (the salads, almost everything else) to bad (the legendarily awful scrambled eggs). There were croissants and pain au chocolat and coffee or mocha in the morning, and Brie and baguettes in the evening, so we didn't suffer (and no one can screw up ice cream). I also got the impression that the kitchen staff really mean well. Still, I'd eat elsewhere as often as possible. There are pizzas, panninis and a daily pasta at the beach bar that might be worth a try. (One complaint: the beach bar should have food available all day, but doesn't.) The pool was nice, the entertainment was good, and the wifi was stronger in some places than others (no surprise there). It seems that Guadeloupe has only recently started to take tourism seriously, so other than Fort Royal and a Club Med on the other side of the island, there aren't any large-scale resorts to speak of. Don't even think about going there expecting a Sandals or Riu-level experience. The prices should tell you that; our oceanfront bungalow was a bargain, especially with those absolutely gorgeous sunsets every night. So, if you want to brush up on your French in a convivial atmosphere without actually relying on it, this hotel should do just fine.

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