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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!

"Perfect for those looking to explore Guadeloupe!"

I think many of the reviews for this hotel are misleading. Guadeloupe is not full of large, lavish, all-inclusive resorts. Renting a car on the island is highly recommended. If you're expecting to come to the Langley and stay at the resort 24/7, yes, I can see why one would get sick of the limited food options and small bungalow rooms. However, my boyfriend and I really enjoyed our stay here and have very few complaints. During the day, we usually had an activity planned (either just for the morning, or for the full day, i.e. Botanical Garden, Les Saintes, Plage de Grande Anse.) Aside from the day we went to Les Saintes, we arrived back to the Langley around noon or 1pm, and spent the rest of the afternoon lounging on the beach and enjoying lunch or a drink from the pool bar (the pizzas and paninis were great.) The beach is beautiful and we loved swimming in the ocean. We had an oceanview bungalow, which actually had a beautiful view (we must have gotten lucky.) The bungalow was spacious enough for both of us, and the bed was very comfortable. The patio was great for watching the sunset and enjoying a glass of wine before dinner. The bathroom was a bit different from what I am used to in the U.S., but there was nothing wrong with it (other than the fact that we couldn't figure out how to operate the shower, so had to ask the front desk)! For dinner, we drove about 10 minutes to Deshaies and had some delicious meals overlooking the water (Le Mahina and La Savane were two of them.) We did not ever have dinner at the buffet restaurant as we didn't hear great things and it seemed expensive. I do wish that there was live entertainment at night more often (I think they just have it Wednesday-Sunday, and we were there Sunday-Wednesday.) The front desk staff were very helpful and even helped us by printing out directions for our 5am drive to the airport on our departure day (they also had someone there to make us a fresh cup of coffee and provide us with fruit and yogurt before we took off)! All in all, I wouldn't hesitate to return to the Langley and would recommend it to anyone looking to stay in northern Basse Terre. Instead of opting for the all-inclusive plan, I would suggest doing a bit of research on the restaurants in the surrounding area. It is an easy drive to the town of Deshaies, and there were also plenty of restaurants even closer, at Plage de Grande Anse (Kote Lagon was one of my favorites.)

"Misled & total disappoinment!"

I have travelled to many all inclusives and this was by far the worst and as expensive! Upon arrival on the site, you have a HOTEL of several floors which it seems the rooms have an ocean/beach view. The rooms seem to be much larger than the bungalows. To check in, there is a small low building with a small boutique next to it with restrooms in the back. Very basic, open air concept with some seating available to have a coffee/drink. Smoking is allowed and people do it freely. Continue walking and you encounter the pool....fenced in, very basic with loungers all around and seriously nothing fancy, typical of campground pool areas, not enticing at all. Continue walking past the pool you have the beach bar where they serve drinks but also sell food. Sell food you ask? I then find out that although I had an all inclusive package, you can also have the public that come in to spend the day with their large families that take up lots of room....ok - slightly attached to the beach bar there was a small "library" and internet/pool table area - small as in minuscule. This is where the shows go down.....local musicians / bands... Continue walking just slightly past the bar and then you get to the only other building at the resort! This building is the only building you have to eat: breakfast, lunch or supper/dinner. Breakfast was basically the same every day! I am used to a food station where they make you omelettes, fresh eggs, pancakes etc. NOPE not here! Precooked eggs are the norm....or juicy liquidy runny scrambled eggs....catering to the Europeans they have baguettes galore and brie cheeses etc and pates....and the usual breakfast staples. Lunch is served A LA CARTE! I can honestly say that the food was good but no change in menu - so for 2 straight weeks, always the same mind you, there was a special buffet lunch twice a week if I recall correctly..... Dinner/supper, whatever you call it is again, served in this building...The food was not impressive and honestly it was ALWAYS lukewarm never hot no matter how quickly you served yourself and ran to your table.....it was ALWAYS lukewarm! They have restrooms attached to this building. So, everything seems open air meaning, if it rains, no shelter per se.....it it is windy or cool no shelter...of course the restaurant building has a roof but not sheltered from the coolness of the evening or the wind.... Just steps away from the restaurant, 2 "tents" with chairs/couches give some type of protection from the sun or rain..... I asked for a Ocean view bungalow and that means, if you are on your balcony, turn your head a certain way and squint, you can see a bit of the ocean....not worth the money! Two beds pushed together make a "double" bed. Slept ok though. Crude style washroom, very small. TV is very small, crappy channels. Would have enjoyed a movie at night, never happened. There is a small refrigerator in the room with nothing in it! They don't give you anything at all! Balcony has no roof so if you want some shade or protection from the rain, none! My balcony was infested with ants, and you couldn't be on it barefoot, splinter haven!! The beach front bungalows seemed nice......better view of the ocean, lol!!! There were 2 beach areas - one that had all the action of hotel guests and public guests and another at the end of the resort which was less occupied, that I enjoyed, more quieter. Housekeeping was a joke! My complaint to them was, THIS IS NOT BRAIN SURGERY!! The bungalow rooms are so small that you: Make the beds, sweep, empty the garbage cans, srub the sink and toilet bowl AND REPLENISH the towels, bath mat and toiletries....but for some reason, out of 14 days I would say maybe 3 or 4 of them they got it right...other days, no towels, no toiletries...come on!!! Then I would call and was given the...please come and get them at the "lobby".....like seriously??? How can someone make up the room and forget that stuff????? A huge issue is the uneven walkways in the "garden view" and "ocean view" bungalows. Thank goodness I didn't bring high heels, would have broken/sprained my ankles! No matter - you will see for yourself if you go! No need for fancy clothes, no need for reservations for your meals! Do I recommend this place? Nope! But that is me and my spouse! For what was paid have gotten waaaay nicer lodgings/service/food than this resort that seemed rundown and tired. Lots of Europeans with the mentality of, we are on vacation, if our kids run rampant, we do not care!! If you want souvenirs, just a slight walk outside of the resort you can purchase them way less expensive than at the resort! There is also slightly further away but a nice walk mind you, a small grocery store if you would like to buy chips, munchies....the resort sells tiny tiny bags of chips for 2$ US / a huge bag at the grocery store sells for roughly the same price.....cigarettes are also way cheaper at the grocery store...... If you are looking for Gran Bahia, Iberostar, RIU type resort - this ain't it at all!!

"Amazing views and great service"

Yessica at the front desk/ reservations really made this the most enjoyable stay for us. Thank you so much for beautiful room 220! This resort is quite nice, very large. Has some amazing views all over the property. I would have liked to stay in a bungalow because they look so cute, but we had three people so opted for a giant two room suite with porch looking out on to the sea. Really good breakfast buffet in the morning. I didn't like that there was only a giant buffet for dinner or a couple bar options. Not the best pizza. Front desk staff very nice. Good beaches and pool. Close to Sainte Rose y Deschaise.

"Nice hotel"

Used the hotel for 2 nights before a cruise . The hotel room is OK, good beds and a very nice view to the ses from the main building. It could have been cleaner and we had problem with the shower that heat come on and off. The breakfast was good but the buffe lunch was some of the worst I ever have paid for. Stay away from it € 29 is a robbery. There is no other place to eat near by so you have to take at taxi to the nearest town. We did not do that but had a pizza in the bar. The beach was very good.

"3 days in paradise "

Beautiful, luxurious and with hospitality staff. Great experience... Tasty breakfast with lots of fresh fruits and homemade sauces. If you are tired of salt sea wather you can swim in swimingpool, thats cool.

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